Flinders Island Camping Area
The Flinders Island camping area offers a unique outdoor experience in a picturesque setting on the northern side of Flinders Island, situated at Fredrick Point, near the Owen Channel anchorage.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Water (Water Tank)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: not allowed. Fuel stoves are recommended
2) Generators: not allowed.
Things to know
Flinders Island camping area is located on the northern side of Flinders Island within the Flinders Group National Park. It is specifically situated at Fredrick Point, making it easily accessible by boat. The camping area is equipped with essential facilities to ensure a comfortable stay. These include picnic tables, some of which are sheltered, providing spots for campers to enjoy meals or relax. Campers should bring their own drinking water, as the available water requires treatment before consumption. A fuel stove should be part of your camping gear for cooking purposes. It's also important to bring along rubbish bags to help keep the area clean and respect the natural surroundings. It's important to note that mobile phone coverage is not available in the camping area, allowing campers to fully disconnect from the digital world and immerse themselves in nature.
The camping area is nestled in open grassland, offering expansive views of the surrounding natural beauty. The beach presents opportunities for various water-based activities such as swimming, fishing, and beachcombing. Additionally, the area is rich in cultural and historic significance, providing an enriching experience for those interested in learning about the island's heritage.