The Whit­sun­days

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks with Kids - - Queensland - www.tourismwhit­sun­

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.

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