|Beach in front of Burrum Point Camping Area|
|The sandy drive in to Burrum Point Camping Area|
|Our campsite at Burrum Point Camping Area|
|Indoor showers at Burrum Point Camping Area|
|4WD access to the beach in front of Burrum Point Camping Area|
|Australian Brush Turkey|
|Grandmother's Cloak Moths (flash photography).|
Details for Burrum Point Camping Area:
Where: Burrum Coast National Park. 356 km north of Brisbane via Gympie, Maryborough and Woodgate. Follow signs from Woodgate. From Walkers Point Road turn left onto Campground Road.
Access: Campground Road is sandy. Hema lists it as medium 4WD and National Parks QLD signposts the road as "high clearance 4WD, not suitable for caravans". The campground is listed as " high clearance 4WD's and trailers only. Caravans and buses are not recommended." Wet weather can restrict access due to flooding.
Booking & Fees: Book online. $6.35 per adult per night. Specific site number allocated when booking.
Sites: There are 13 individually numbered sites. Sandy surface. The sites are mostly small. There are bollards defining the sites but you can park on the site next to your tent or camper trailer.
Facilities: Drinking water taps, cold showers (inside and outside), flush toilets. The indoor showers are plumbed but there is also provision for BYO canvas shower bags in the shower cubicles. We had Telstra phone reception. There is excellent WiFi reception at the seat at the end of the beach access.
Prohibitions: You must use the showers provided; don't erect your own eternal shower or use soap on your site. Domestic animals are not permitted anywhere in Burrum Coast National Park. Domestic animals are not even allowed in vehicles in the national park. No generators. No open fires.
Wildlife we saw in Burrum Coast National Park: Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Burton's Snake Lizard, Copper tailed Skink, Lively Skink, Bats, Feral pig tracks. Butterflies: Large Grass Yellow, Varied Eggfly, Swamp Tiger, Purple Crow, Brown Ringlet, Evening Brown, Skippers. Moths: Grandmothers Cloak, Magpie Moth. Birds: White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Red Goshawk, Black Kite, Brahminy Kite, Whistling Kite, Australian Brush Turkey, Grey Butcherbird, Pied Cormorant, Great Cormorant, Fan-tailed Cuckoo, Shinning Bronze Cuckoo, Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike, Radjah Shelduck, Bar-shouldered Dove, Spangled Drongo, Little Egret, Grey Fantail, Little Friarbird, Noisy Friarbird, White-faced Heron, Blue-faced Honeyeater, Lewin's Honeyeater, Scarlet Honeyeater, Laughing Kookaburra, Scaly-breasted Lorikeet, Rainbow Lorikeet, Masked Lapwing, Noisy Miner, Mistletoebird, Rainbow Bee-eater, Silver Gull, Grey Shrike-thrush, Silvereye, Black-necked Stork, Golden Whistler, Rufous Whistler, Willie Wagtail, White-breasted Woodswallow.