Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that from today, Queenslanders can book and enjoy a camping getaway in the state’s national parks, forests and recreation areas, following the Chief Health Officer’s approval of the necessary COVID-19 plan. “While other facilities like picnic tables and barbecues will be accessible, public shower facilities will remain closed and camping numbers will be reduced in some locations to maintain social distancing and keep Queenslanders safe,” Palaszczuk said.
Bookings are essential to ensure visitors have the appropriate permits, visit www.qld.gov.au/camping. For park alerts, visit here. For camping at our state-owned dams, lakes and weirs such as far north Queensland’s Tinaroo Dam or Lake Moogerah in the South East, campers should call ahead and check to see if and when these camping grounds are open, if they have availability, as some, for instance are still completing works started during the shutdown.
For a full list of available recreation activities visit there sites: