Going on vacation once in a while to chill, relax, do some soul searching or bonding with family, friends or loved ones is quite amazing. Camping is also one of those amazing things a lot of vacationers, especially camp lovers, get to do.
Queensland is one of the top notable locations when it comes to getting close to nature and having a very quiet moment. For anyone who plans on going camping at Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park or any other park in Queensland, here are the top four locations to consider.
The cylinder beach located at the North Stradbroke Island
This amazing beach has one of the best breathtaking views that will leave vacationers fully satisfied. Getting to sleep by the beachside with the ocean breeze or just watching the beautiful waves gives peace of mind. Swimmers can equally make good use of the beach and have some real fun with the waves.
Just like the Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park, the cylinder beach offers one of a kind vacation moments for lovers of nature.
Noah Beach located at the Cape Tribulation
Talking about unique beaches, this is one of the best vacationers will find in Queensland. It is found between the Great Barrier Reef, which is a side of its location, and the Daintree Rainforest being the other luxurious location.
Camping at this beachside exposes the vacationers to two worlds of nature and it is easy to find pure white sand and crystal clear waters just 50 meters away from the beach. The beach is quite accessible for vehicles and even ideal for small campervans. Vacationers should not forget to go with their water unless they want to drink salty water.
Whitehaven Beach at the Whitsundays
The Whitehaven beach is ideal not only for those who love to have a super private moment for themselves at night because there are no residents there but also for those camping at the beach for the moment. The amazing beach is good for group campers and it is always a very hot spot and one of the highest sought after beaches for camping in Queensland.
Eddie’s Elim Beach Camp found at the Near Hope Vale
This is one of the remote campsites that is surrounded by paperbark trees and is found on the stunning Elim Beach. It is just an hour's drive away from Cooktown and 30 minutes away from the East of Hope Vale. It is a great beach for those who want to enjoy nature and it has some really good facilities as well.
The site has the famous colored sand cliffs and vacationers will equally be exposed to a vibrant starfish community, and have campfires under the stars with the perfect weather.
Camping while on vacation is just one perfect way to bond with family or friends while on vacation. There is so much to look forward to and a lot to do while on vacation there; people will have one memorable trip with amazing facilities.
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