Teewah Beach


4.3 from 3 users


Freshwater-Teerwah Beach Rd, Cooloola, Queensland

13 74 68




Permits are required before setting up your camp, fees apply. Vehicle Access Permits (VAPs) are also required when traversing beaches and some inland sand tracks in the Cooloola Recreation Area. A camping tag with booking number recorded on it must be displayed at camp sites. Penalties apply for non-compliance. Camping and vehicle access permits must be obtained prior to arrival. Teewah Beach camping area offers beach camping without formally defined sites. Only use existing access tracks and camp behind vegetated foredunes. The campground is located along Teewah Beach in a 15km zone between the Sunshine Coast Regional Council boundary and Little Freshwater Creek; 20km north of 3rd cutting on the Noosa North Shore. The beach camping area can be reached by 4WD only. Vehicle access permits are required to access this camping area. Access campsites via formed tracks only. Vehicles, tents and camping equipment are not permitted on the foredunes for area protection. Sites rae suitable for tent camping beside a vehicle; walk-in camping; off-road caravans and camper trailers with high clearance. Campers should bring a portable toilet for hygiene reasons. The nearest toilets are located at Freshwater day-use area (just north of Teewah Beach camping zone). Located opposite Freshwater day-use area is a QPWS beach camper service facility that offers a portable toilet waste disposal facility, untreated tap water and cold outdoor showers. Open fires are permitted (except when fire bans or prohibitions apply). Collecting and burning wood (including leaves and twigs for kindling) from the recreation area is illegal. Only low decibel generators up to 2.0Kva are permitted between 7am and 9pm. Consider neighbours especially at night. Please turn generators off at 9pm. Mobile phone coverage is not available. There is a pay phone at Freshwater camping area, just north of Teewah Beach camping area. Pets are not permitted

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Lat: -26.092747 Lng: 153.117463

User Reviews



We loved our time here! Plenty of spaces! Short trip to double Point island, and walk to The Lighthouse



Amazing spot, plenty of spaces we were lucky to have a nice shady spot pretty secluded from everyone else. It is a cheaper version of Fraser island. $10 for the ferry cash only, $40 for a vehicle permit for a week and $6.70 per person for the camp itself. Slice of paradise!!!


Trista Garrard

Loved our time at Teewah Beach. Cost us $22 to get over on the ferry (cash only). Ample choice of spots in camping area 2 when we were there. Quite a drive along the beach to get there, definitely go at low tide. Quite a bit of rubbish around which was disappointing. There are bins located at the ends of each camping zone but all fairly full. Take everything you need as it's quite a drive to get anywhere once you're set up. We did a drive to Rainbow Beach which was nice.


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