Sunshine Coast Camping

Camping on the Sunshine Coast is a popular way to experience and enjoy this beautifully diverse region. From the golden beaches and pristine coastline to the lush hinterland and charming seaside towns, Sunshine Coast camping is an affordable way to holiday and is particularly popular with families. Kids love the opportunity to run free and with so many camp sites and holiday parks located throughout the Sunshine Coast, everything is conveniently located close to shopping, dining and major tourist attractions. From leisurely Noosa camping to the activities of Forest Glen, there's plenty for the whole family to enjoy.

Top Five Sunshine Coast Camp Sites

Cotton Tree Holiday Park: Set right on the water where the Maroochy River flows into the sea, this holiday park is all about location, location, location. Food outlets, shopping and Sunday markets are right outside the gate and an aquatic centre next door makes for popular entertainment however with the river right there, paddling, kayaking, surfing and other outdoor pursuits are a popular way to pass the time.

Forest Glen Rainforest Resort: Nestled in lush rainforest just off the Bruce Highway, this caravan park offers something for the whole family, including tennis, golf, waterslide, games room, indoor cinema, giant outdoor chess, children's playground, bird feeding and more. The resort boasts generous family cabins just minutes from the Bellingham Maze and Aussie World.

Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park: Located in the southern Sunshine Coast, this charming beachside town offers a relaxed atmosphere and is home to monuments to the 1893 ship of the same name. The park features tennis courts, a games room, playground and swimming pool as well as a handy bike path right outside the gate. The nearby Kings Beach water park is also a popular attraction.

Noosa North Shore Retreat: Offering more of a chance to get back to nature, this Noosa camping site is accessible by a cable ferry over the Noosa River. Enjoying easy access to Rainbow Beach and Cooloola National Park, this Noosa Retreat offers the opportunity to spot wildlife like birds and wallabies and even offers 4WD and horse riding opportunities.

Noosa River Holiday Park: Another great Noosa camping experience is this River Holiday Park just a short stroll from all the action of Hastings Street allowing you to enjoy the trendy lifestyle on a budget. Nearby water activities include kayaking and pontoon boats or if you don't feel like doing the work there's the Noosa ferry.