Mission Point Camping Area

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Mission Point Camping Area offers a serene and secluded getaway for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to escape the crowds. Located on the western side of Bribie Island, Queensland, this camping area provides breathtaking views overlooking Pumicestone Passage and the distant Glass House Mountains. Accessible only by boat, it offers a unique opportunity to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in nature.

Facilities & Amenities

  • BBQ Area

  • Picnic Table

  • Shower Cubicle (BYO shower)

  • Showers (Cold)

  • Suitable For Tents

  • Toilets (Flush)


  • Campfires allowed

Additional rules

1) Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans or prohibitions apply) in fire rings only, but fuel stoves recommended.

2) Generators: not permitted.

Things to know

You can reach Mission Point Camping Area by boat, canoe, or kayak. It is located on the western side of Bribie Island, offering picturesque views of Pumicestone Passage and the Glass House Mountains. Access by vehicle is not possible; you must arrive by boat.
This camping area has 12 numbered sites suitable for tent camping only. Campsites are suitable for tent camping only and have surfaces of sand, dirt, and grass. Facilities include micro flush toilets, screened cold showers, a water tap (not for drinking), picnic tables, and fireplaces (in designated fire rings). Open fires are allowed except during fire bans or prohibitions, but it is recommended to use fuel stoves. Essential items to bring include drinking water, cooking water, gas stoves (preferred), or firewood (untreated mill off-cuts, not bush wood), rubbish bags, and insect repellent. Mobile phone coverage is generally available in the area.



Mission Point offers various outdoor activities, including walking, canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming, and fishing. You can explore the sheltered waters of Pumicestone Passage by canoe or kayak. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to catch flathead, bream, whiting, tailor, or mangrove jack in the passage. Wildlife enthusiasts may spot dugongs grazing on seagrass beds or migratory shorebirds during low tide. Birdwatchers can observe ospreys, sea eagles, brahminy kites, and whistling kites throughout the year.


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