Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park Review
Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park is an absolute great location for a family or group to enjoy the natural beauty and a great place to just unwind.
Kangaroos are abundant at Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park and you will wake up to them grazing and sunning themselves along the stunning beach. They make a fantastic photo opportunity.
There are amazing nature walks that will have you in the thick of the national park, so make sure you bring a good set of shoes and mozzie repellent, but that won’t keep the bush turkeys at bay! Fishing is another highlight of the area so make sure you bring a rod.
The park offers great kids activities and this is truly where they shine, giving you a well earned break while you’re kids have fun, there is even mini golf!
There is a great pool to enjoy or sun yourself around but remember it does get busy if not booked out over times like easter, so book in early.
Camping in Cape Hillsborough National Park
Stay overnight to see the diverse habitats of Cape Hillsborough National Park. Lowland rainforest, vine and open eucalypt forest shelter abundant wildlife.
Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.
Dangerous marine stingers may be present all year. Visit www.beachsafe.org.au for the latest safety advice.
Camping area features: shaded under eucalypt trees, this north-facing camping area has large camp sites and easy access to the beach and walking tracks.
Location: access is via a gravel road approximately 4 km before the main park entrance on Cape Hillsborough Road.
Access: conventional vehicles, caravans, campervans and camper trailers.
Number of sites: 11 numbered sites.
Camp sites are suitable for: caravans, camper trailers and tent camping beside your vehicle.
Camp site surface: dirt and grass.
Facilities: picnic tables, flushing toilets and drinking water.
Open fires: permitted in off-ground fire containers only. Bring your own clean, milled timber. Gas and fuel stoves preferred and recommended.
Generators: not permitted.
Essentials to bring: sturdy rubbish bags, insect repellent, sun protection, first-aid kit and a reliable torch. Read more about things to know before you go.
Mobile phone coverage: poor.
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