Harrys (river access) Camping Area

  • Unpowered Site

Harry's Camping Area is a serene and expansive retreat nestled within the serene surroundings of paperbark and eucalypt woodlands on the banks of the Upper Noosa River. It offers a perfect escape from the bustling beach crowds, providing a tranquil oasis for various outdoor enthusiasts.

Facilities & Amenities

  • Picnic Table

  • Toilets

  • Toilets (Composting)

  • Water (Non drinking)


  • Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers

Additional rules

1) Open fires: Prohibited

2) Generators: Prohibited

Things to know

Harrys Camping Area is situated within the Cooloola Recreation Area, a part of the Great Sandy National Park, located on the Sunshine Coast between Noosa Heads and Rainbow Beach. Traveling here is accessible by various means boat, walking and 4WD Vehicle. The camping area is set within open forest and woodland, with melaleuca, allocasuarina, bloodwood, and eucalypt species. Some camp sites offer shaded areas. The location provides river access camp sites with jetty and canoe landing facilities. Maximum of 6 people per site, with a group site available for authorized school and organized groups. There are 10 defined vehicle access sites and 7 river access sites. Untreated water is available (treat before drinking). Open fires and generators are prohibited. Mobile phone coverage is generally not available. Both tent camping and camper trailers are accommodated. Some camping sites are situated a short walk from the parking area.



The camping area offers opportunities to explore cultural and historic sites. Perfect for water enthusiasts, with storage racks available for canoes. Ideal for boaters, with mooring points and easy river access. The serene river setting is perfect for fishing enthusiasts.


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