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Fraser Island Dundubara Camp Site

Located approximately 300km north of Brisbane

Campground features: This is a large, developed, fenced campground with access to walks and other attractions. It has a variety of sites to choose from. Campsites are set back behind the dunes in coastal forest. A 9pm noise curfew makes it very popular with families.

Location: On the central east coast of Fraser Island, approximately 75km north of the Hook Point barge landing area and 19km south of Indian Head.

Access: The campground can be reached by 4WD only. It is accessible for off-road camper trailers and off-road trailers.

Number of sites: 40 tent sites and 5 off-road camper trailer sites (sites separate but not numbered). There is a separate large Dundubara group camping area for use by a single large group of 20-40 people.

Campsites are suitable for: tent camping; walk-in camping and off-road camper trailers - only one per site and they must be booked into a camper trailer site.

Campsite surface: Grass and sand.

Facilities: Water (treat before drinking), flushing toilets, hot showers (coin operated), picnic tables, gas barbecues, communal fire rings, washing up facilities. There is a pay phone and post box near the Dundubara office, a short walk from the campground. Rubbish bins are provided at the waste transfer station, on the beach, 1km north of the Dundubara entrance track.

Open fires: Prohibited, except in communal fire rings provided within the campground. Please note: All fires are prohibited when fire bans and prohibitions are in place. Fuel stoves are recommended for cooking.

Generators: Not permitted.

Essentials to bring: First-aid kit, prescription medicines, fuel or gas stove, water containers, rubbish bags, insect repellent, $1 coins for showers, untreated milled timber off-cuts if you wish to use the communal fire rings, sand pegs, tarpaulins, extra poles, ropes, lockable food storage containers and smokers please bring small sealable canisters for cigarette butts. Read more about Things to know before you go.

Mobile phone coverage: Not available.

Camping permits available online. Go to at NPRSR website - Camping permits
or phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68) more information at Queensland National Parks booking service website

Queensland Parks - regional offices contact details

Further information

DERM Customer Service Centre
Floor 3
400 George Street, Brisbane
PO Box 15155, CITY EAST, QLD 4002
Phone: 1300 130 372
Email enquiry to:csc@derm.qld.gov.au