Poverty Creek Camping Area - Bribie Island National Park

National Park - Queensland

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Camping area features: this is a large camping area that has open grassy sites and shady trees. It is situated on land that was once a cattle property.

Location: on the western side of Bribie Island. The adjoining picnic area overlooks the Pumicestone Passage and has views to the Glass House Mountains and Donnybrook.

Access: the camping area can be reached by 4WD and boat. There are no boat launching or recovery facilities.

Number of sites: 14 numbered sites plus one large group and/or trailer area.

Camp sites are suitable for: tent camping beside your 4WD and walk-in camping. There is also an area designated for camper trailers or large groups.

Camp site surface: sand, dirt, grass.

Facilities: micro-flush toilets, portable toilet dump point, screened cold showers, water taps (not suitable for drinking), picnic tables and fire rings.

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

Generators: not permitted.

Essentials to bring: water for drinking and cooking; gas stoves (preferable) or firewood (such as untreated mill off-cuts not bush wood); rubbish bags; insect repellent and tarpaulins to protect tents and vehicles from bat droppings. 

Bookings: book online or learn about our camping booking options.

Mobile phone coverage: Poor.


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 26/08/2015
7KMs up a soft sandy track 4WD low range with a offroad trailer or 4WD hi range with camping gear. Its a nice place and has great sunsets and we stay there a few times as it local to use and we have a Bribie Island beach permit for a year if your not local and think of a overnight stay you need a camping permit $6 per person and a 4WD permit $40 for the week which is not explained when booking the camping ground so if your staying only 1 night and dont live in Brisbane its expensive id carry on up the coast and stay on Double Island as its cheaper for a single night or a couple of nights if the ranger catches you without a 4WD permit its a $175 fine. Mossies can be bad in summer.
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Camping Fee - Family $27.00
Per family, per night (up to 2 adults, 6 children under 18 years) - from

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Vehicle Entry Fee $51.50
Per vehicle, 1 week or less

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Camping Fee $6.75
Per person, per night - from
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