Kedron Moreton Island
Living the dream on Moreton will not be an option this Easter with National Parks in Queensland closed due to Coronavirus.

Camping closures for Easter 2020 in Queensland

Moreton Island sandhills.
Sunset Moreton Island Fire
What better way to end the day then sitting by the fire as the sun goes down over Moreton Bay.
Sunset Moreton Island
Beautiful sunset on the western beach on Moreton Island
Camping Moreton Island
Not a bad view when camping or caravanning.

Camping Closures – As part of the Queensland Governments response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and to help keep Queenslanders safe, a decision has been made to close ALL camping areas within Queensland national parks, state forests and recreation areas as of 26 March 2020 applies until 30 June 2020 or unless otherwise advised.

Four-wheel drive trails, mountain bike trails, walking tracks and trails (excluding overnight hiking tracks), bushwalks and national park coastal walks, remain open. People who are visiting these areas and taking part in recreation activities in national parks and other areas, should continue to follow Queensland Health advice about not travelling outside of their local area and restrictions on the size of public gatherings. Social distancing should be practiced at all times.

Camping permit refunds

Camping bookings with a start date up to, and including, 31 May 2020 are being cancelled. Camping closures Camping closures Camping closures

People will be contacted directly about how to obtain a refund and you can also cancel your booking or request a refund via the Queensland National Parks Booking Service. Those who have purchased a weekly 4WD permit linked to a camping permit will be eligible for a full refund. Camping closures Camping closures Camping closures

Bookings that commence after 31 May 2020 will remain valid at this time pending future advice. No new camping bookings are being accepted at this time.

This alert applies to the following parks:

You are still able to fish around Moreton Island at this stage – click here for a few tips on chasing wahoo off Cape Moreton.

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