Teewah Beach Camping Area Zone 5
If you're yearning for a camping experience that takes you away from the bustling crowds and immerses you in the serene beauty of nature, Teewah Beach Camping Area Zone 5 is your ideal destination. Located in the Cooloola Recreation Area within the Great Sandy National Park on the Sunshine Coast, Zone 5 offers a tranquil and remote beachfront camping experience.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Caravans
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: Prohibited.
2) 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
To reach this secluded haven, visitors require a high-clearance 4WD or a trail bike. The camping area permits generators with certain conditions and accommodates various camping styles, including tent camping, caravan camping, camper trailer camping, and tent camping beside your vehicle. A short walk leads to tent sites, ensuring a perfect balance between accessibility and solitude. While this camping area embraces the natural environment, it also provides essential facilities such as bulk rubbish bins and portable toilet waste disposal points. Campers are reminded of the prohibition of open fires and are encouraged to use only approved cooking and heating appliances. Generators, if used, must be low decibel and operated within specified hours to respect the serene atmosphere. Campers are advised to bring their fuel or gas stove, cooking appliances, drinking water, rubbish bags, first-aid kits, insect repellents, sunscreen, and sand pegs. Freshwater for consumption is available at Freshwater day-use area, ensuring camper's hydration needs are met. Mobile phone coverage not available.
1) Fishing: Spend your days casting a line into the ocean and try your luck at catching bream and flathead. Teewah Beach is a fantastic spot for fishing enthusiasts.
2) Beachcombing: At low tide, take leisurely strolls along the shore and explore the beach's treasures, including unique shells and marine life.
3) Birdwatching: Keep an eye on the sky as birds of prey often soar overhead. You can also spot shorebirds resting along the beach, making it a birdwatcher's paradise.
4) Whale Watching: If you visit during the winter months, you might be fortunate enough to witness humpback whales migrating along the coastline, a truly awe-inspiring experience.