The camping facilities on the Whitsundays are generally a little more primitive than other Queensland isles, and what they may lack in creature comfort, they make up for in unbeatable views and some of the purest beaches in the world. Many of the campgrounds here can only be reached by boat and a lot of them are quite small, meaning if you’re lucky you just might find that your family has a whole campsite to themselves.
Among the camping options here is the iconic Whitehaven Beach, and pitching your tents on its shoreline will ensure you and your family wake up to priceless views each morning. Another great option for families is Nari’s Beach, tucked away under a rainforest canopy with views of the nearby Cid Island. Its camping area will accommodate up to six campers and features a composting toilet and picnic tables. If staying at Nari’s Beach, remember that you will need to bring all your own drinking water with you.