Bustard Beach camping area
Set behind the foredunes on the eastern side of the park, this campground with a sand-and-woodchip surface has 17 defined camping sites with a maximum of 6 people per site. You’re just a short stroll to the beach, but remember that it’s unpatrolled and there may be rips and sharks. Beware of marine stingers Oct–May. The campsite is signposted off the Eurimbula Access Rd, which is signposted off the Agnes Water–Seventeen Seventy Rd, 10 km west of Agnes Water.
How to book: NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au Permits: camping permit required
This campsite is located in Eurimbula National Park
Protecting tropical forests and coastal mangroves, Eurimbula National Park lies about 110 km north-west of Bundaberg. The park is just 10 km from Seventeen Seventy and 13 km from Agnes Water; both towns are ideal jumping-off points to reach the outer Great Barrier Reef. Access to the park is signposted off Agnes Water–Seventeen Seventy Rd, west of Agnes Water. Take the short but steep walk to Ganoonga Noonga Lookout for beautiful views over Bustard Bay. Bookings are required in advance for camping.
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