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Eurimbula National Park

Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia
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“camping area” (3 reviews)
“no trouble” (2 reviews)
“shelter” (5 reviews)
Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

The roads in are OK for 4 x 4, despite corrugation. Very good campsites and shelter , but the toilet facilities need attention, but no that bad. Creek and beach meet here and a nice SE breeze to keep you cool.

Thank Phill K
Reviewed 29 May 2017 via mobile

A very pretty place to visit. Excellent scenery. Good 4x4 tracks. Plenty of places to camp. Book and pay online before going being a national park. Take all your own supplies.

Thank Cynthia T
Reviewed 10 April 2017

I've camped here a couple of times off peak and found it quiet. Varying size shady sites with a large shelter, toilets and a couple of water tanks available. I wouldn't rely on the water tanks being full though. Only half of the site are...More

Thank Gary R
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

We camped for 3 nights in the national park. Lovely spot, hardly anyone around. The beach was great for us, very calm, and the inlet or creek was perfect for swimming with our 1 year old. The drive took us 45 minutes from Agnes Water....More

1  Thank Belinda K
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Please don't tell anyone about this park. It's really, really, really terrible😄 Ok it's fantastic but please no one else visit as I want it all to myself!

1  Thank Ray K
Reviewed 20 September 2016 via mobile

Well worth the trip to have this pristine and beautiful location to ourselves. As 4WD novices it was an easy enough drive for us. Stopped at the lookout which was lovely and then at bustard beach. Recommend this drive if u have a 4WD!

Thank Kate J
Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

I had been wanting to visit the park. We had done the wonderful LARC trip up the coast on a prior visit and was keen to access the park by road. Read all the reviews and park information online and became concerned that our vehicle...More

Thank bobjanh
Reviewed 24 February 2016

This is a great place for the whole family with fishing, snorkelling, swimming, kayaking and nature walks. We have seen turtles, birds and lots more. There is basic camping (NATIONAL PARK CAMSITES). It is clean and beautiful.

Thank hclaway
Reviewed 24 January 2016

We did the fabulous all day adventure on the LARC. Sight seeing, swimming, sand boarding, an abundance of wild life, lunch, the most spectacular views and a history lesson thrown in. For my 14 year old to say how much he enjoyed learning about the...More

Thank Cathy P
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Great place to take the kids camping, fishing and boating. Toilets available but no showers so if staying long will have to bring your own. Great chance to see Dolphins, turtles, sting rays in their natural environment.

Thank Teressa A
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Carmen H
16 October 2016|
Response from bobjanh | Reviewed this property |
Eurimbula Creek camping area is a lovely location that I think you would thoroughly enjoy. It is located some 14km off the main Agnes Waters road about 7km before town. Going into town there are clear signs to the national... More