HEAD FOR THE BEACH: There are still plenty of campsites available at Inskip Point.
HEAD FOR THE BEACH: There are still plenty of campsites available at Inskip Point.

Still plenty of camp sites available on Inskip

THE Inskip Peninsula still has plenty of campsites available, with bookings showing numbers are down a little on last year for the popular area north of Rainbow Beach.
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service acting regional director Sunshine and Fraser Coast Peter Wright said while Christmas at Inskip was a tradition for many families, New Year was usually the busier time.
"People often leave their booking till the day they start their stay at Inskip, so we're not surprised the booking numbers are fairly low," Mr Wright said.
"Rangers are looking forward to welcoming their regulars as well as new campers."
He said the recent nearshore landslide had affected only a small number of campsites.
"Visitors will see a new wooden fence around the affected part of Sarawak and Beagle campgrounds, sectioning off an area that would have held about 300 to 400 campers..." he said.
To book online, go to www.npsr.qld.gov.au.
 

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