Nymph Island Bush Camping
Nymph Island bush camping area is located in the Turtle Group National Park in Queensland, Australia. It is a sand and coral rubble island with extensive mangroves and no defined camping area. The island is home to many 3700-year-old micro atolls contained within a tidal, internal lagoon, drained by a narrow creek.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Tents
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires are not allowed.
2) Generators are not permitted.
3) Fuel stoves are recommended.
Things to know
You can camp anywhere on the island. The island can be reached by boat only.
There are no separately defined sites. It’s an open area. There are no facilities available at the camping area. Open fires are not allowed on the island, so campers should bring fuel stoves for cooking. Additionally, generators are not permitted, ensuring a peaceful and eco-friendly camping experience that respects the island's delicate ecosystem. You need to bring your own essentials such as drinking water, rubbish bags, insect repellent, a fuel or gas stove, and suitable shoes for walking on rough surfaces. Mobile phone coverage is not available.
The island itself is composed of sand and coral rubble, providing a natural and rugged terrain for campers to explore. The extensive mangroves offer opportunities for birdwatching, as these habitats often attract a variety of bird species.