Teewah Beach Camping Area Zone 4
Teewah Beach camping area zone 4 is a stunning beachside camping location situated in the Cooloola Recreation Area, part of the Great Sandy National Park on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. This camping zone offers a unique opportunity to camp behind the foredunes, providing a close-to-nature experience right next to the beach.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Caravans
Suitable For Tents
Open fires: Prohibited.
Generators: Only low decibel generators up to 2.0Kva are permitted between 7am and 9pm. Consider neighbours especially at night. Please turn generators off at 9pm.
Things to know
Access to Teewah Beach camping area zone 4 is limited to high-clearance 4WD vehicles. Vehicle access permits are mandatory, and they should be displayed on your windshield.
You can access the camping area via the Cooloola beach drive, either from the southern entrance on Noosa North Shore or the northern beach entrance at Rainbow Beach. The camping area is suitable for tents, camper trailers with high clearance, and walk-in camping. There are no formally defined campsites; instead, you must camp in the zone you have booked. A beach camper service facility is available near the Freshwater day-use area, offering a portable toilet waste disposal facility, untreated tap water, and cold outdoor showers. Public toilets can be found at Freshwater day-use area and Double Island Point. pen fires are prohibited. Only cooking and heating appliances that meet specific requirements are allowed, such as those using gas or manufactured fuel (heat beads, briquettes). Generators are permitted, but only low decibel generators up to 2.0Kva between 7 am and 9 pm. Consider your neighbors, especially at night, and turn generators off at 9 pm. Campers should bring essentials like sand pegs, a fuel or gas cooking appliance, portable toilet, drinking water, a fuel or gas stove, rubbish bags, a first-aid kit, insect repellent, sunscreen, and, importantly, a sense of adventure. Mobile phone coverage is not available, but there is a pay phone at Freshwater camping area, just north of Teewah Beach camping zone.
Teewah Beach, framed by she-oaks, banksias, and pandanus palms, serves as a mesmerizing backdrop for your camping adventure. Steep, colored-sand cliffs add a touch of dramatic beauty to the landscape. Days can be spent fishing for bream and flathead, leisurely strolls along the shore during low tide, and birdwatching as various shorebirds and birds of prey grace the skies. Winter brings the opportunity to witness the majestic migration of humpback whales along the coastline.
Beyond the campsite, a world of exploration awaits. Adventurous souls can embark on 4WD journeys to discover the vibrant colored sands of Rainbow Beach or tackle the Freshwater Road and Kings Bore circuit. The nearby Freshwater day-use area offers essential services for beach campers, adding convenience to your stay.