MacDonald Point Camping Area
MacDonald Point camping area offers a serene and picturesque beachfront camping experience, where campers can enjoy the soothing ocean breezes and the beauty of the shoreline. Located within the Shoalwater Bay Conservation Park in Queensland, Australia, this camping area provides a unique opportunity to connect with nature in a tranquil coastal setting.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
1) Campfires allowed (conditions apply)
2) Generators allowed (conditions apply)
Things to know
The MacDonald Point camping area is accessible exclusively by boat, adding an extra layer of adventure to your camping trip. This remote access ensures a peaceful and secluded atmosphere for those seeking a true escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. While the camping area is relatively basic, it provides the essentials for a comfortable stay: MacDonald Point camping area is an open space without separately defined sites, and it can accommodate a maximum of 6 people. It's well-suited for beach camping and small groups. The campsite surface consists of a combination of sand and grass. Campfires are permitted, but there are conditions to ensure safety and environmental protection. Campfires must be contained in above-ground fire containers. It's crucial to bring your own fire container, clean, milled timber, and remove all coals when you depart. Generators are allowed, but only those that operate at or below 65 decibels (dB(A)) to minimize noise pollution. There are no formal facilities at this camping area, so visitors should be prepared to bring their own supplies and equipment. Essentials to bring include drinking water, rubbish bags, and insect repellent. It's important to note that mobile phone coverage is not available in this remote location.
With its beachfront location, MacDonald Point is perfect for boating enthusiasts. You can explore the nearby waters, go fishing, or simply enjoy the scenic views. Fishing is a popular activity in this area, providing opportunities for anglers to try their luck at catching local fish species.