Gallagher Point Camping Area

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Gallagher Point camping area offers a serene and natural camping experience on the western side of Bribie Island, overlooking the picturesque Pumicestone Passage and boasting breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains and Toorbul.

Facilities & Amenities

  • Boat Ramp

  • Kiosk

  • Suitable For Camper Trailer

  • Suitable For Tents


  • Anchoring allowed

  • Campfires allowed

Additional rules

1) Open fires: allowed in provided fire rings only .

2) Generators: not permitted.

Things to know

The camping area is accessible by high-clearance 4WD vehicles with low-range capability, making it ideal for adventurers looking to explore the rugged terrain of the island. Boats, canoes, and kayaks can also be used to reach the site. Gallagher Point Camping Area is a small, peaceful campsite with a low-key atmosphere. It features six numbered sites, each accommodating a maximum of six people. The campsite is designed to cater to various types of camping setups. Small campervans, caravans, and camper trailers are welcome, and there's enough space for tent camping beside your car. This peaceful camping area boasts a tranquil environment, perfect for reconnecting with nature. The camp sites offer views that overlook Pumicestone Passage, allowing you to appreciate the stunning landscape, including the Glass House Mountains and Toorbul. . A vehicle access permit is required for entry to Bribie Island National Park and Recreation Area. It's important to note that mobile phone coverage in the area is poor.



Embrace the tranquility of the campsite as you exchange stories around the campfire under the night sky, and wake up to breathtaking natural beauty each morning. Fishing enthusiasts will be delighted by the opportunity to catch a variety of fish species, including yellowfin bream, flathead, whiting, tailor, and mangrove jack. Kayakers and swimmers will enjoy the calm and sheltered waters of Pumicestone Passage. Take leisurely walks along the shoreline during low tide and observe migratory shorebirds that visit the area from distant places like China, Alaska, and Siberia.


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