Ninian Bay Camping Area
Ninian Bay Camping Area is a picturesque and remote camping spot located in Cape Melville National Park (CYPAL), Queensland, Australia. Ninian Bay camping area is situated along the beach of Ninian Bay, offering campers stunning views of the shoreline. The camping area spans approximately 1 kilometer in length.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans apply). Fuel stoves are recommended. Do not collect firewood in the park.
2) Generator use: generators that operate at a noise level less than 65dB(A) when measured at 7m from the generator are permitted.
Things to know
Access to Ninian Bay camping area is limited to high-clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles only. It is not accessible for trailers, caravans, campervans, or buses. The road to the camping area meets the beach approximately 41 kilometers from Wakooka outstation and 39 kilometers from the national park boundary. There are no designated or separately defined campsites in this open area. This camping area offers a rustic camping experience with minimal facilities. Campfires are allowed under specific conditions, but it's advisable to use fuel stoves for cooking. Collecting firewood in the park is prohibited. Generators are permitted as long as they operate at a noise level of less than 65dB(A) when measured at a distance of 7 meters from the generator. Campers can set up tents beside their vehicles, and the campsite surface consists of sand. Visitors are advised to bring adequate food and drinking water, as well as rubbish bags to pack out their trash. Mosquito nets and insect repellent are essential for protection against insects. It's recommended to carry a fuel stove along with enough fuel, spare parts for your vehicle, and recovery equipment. Mobile phone coverage is not available at Ninian Bay camping area.
Ninian Bay camping area is situated along the beach of Ninian Bay, offering campers stunning views of the shoreline. The camping area spans approximately 1 kilometer in length. It is surrounded by a mix of shady woodland vegetation, providing some relief from the tropical sun. To the west, there is a rocky outcrop that adds to the natural beauty of the area, and to the east, mangroves line the coast.