Take a tour out to Capricornia Cays National Park with it’s stunning white sandy beaches and coral reefs. Exceptionally beautiful and biologically diverse, the Cays offer varied natural camping experiences on three separate coral cays.
Completely self-sufficient camping is available on Mast Head Island. Lady Musgrave Island and North West Island both have visitor facilities which is something to keep in mind.
Book a vessel to take you to the island and set up camp to begin your wilderness island holiday.
The camping sites are nestled amongst pisonia forest with access to island walking tracks, lookouts and beaches. Snorkel and dive in the surrounding waters or reef walk at low tide and discover the fascinating underwater world that thrives there.
Bring your camera, you’ll be amazed at dusk and dawn by the photo opportunities and the abundant wildlife year round.
Make sure you check the local guidelines for what you can and can’t bring and for bookings. As it’s a National Park, there are rules in place to ensure the sites remain as clean, natural and undamaged as possible while still allowing visitors to enjoy the natural wilderness of the Cays.