Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area
Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area offers clean beaches, good fishing and coastal camping. Photo: Robert Ashdown, Queensland Government
- Conditions report
Facilities and activities
Traditional Owners have a long and ongoing relationship with the area. In order to acknowledge the important connection with Aboriginal people, the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) urges visitors to treat the country through which they walk with respect and care.
About 250km north of Brisbane and 9km north of the town of Rainbow Beach.
- Read more about getting there and getting around.
Inskip Peninsula is a narrow, sandy finger of land built up by wind and waves. It forms a natural breakwater at the entrance to Tin Can Inlet and Great Sandy Strait. Inskip is a gateway to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Beach she oaks, cypress pine and other coastal trees and shrubs shade the very popular camping areas ringed by open ocean beaches and sheltered estuary shores. All are within 15 minutes drive to Rainbow Beach.
- Cooloola Conditions report (updated fortnightly)
- Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area map
- Inskip Peninsula independent recreational horse riding area map
- Cooloola Recreation Area visitor guide (including Inskip)
- Cooloola Recreation Area map
- Camping information
- Camping during peak periods
- Dogs and other pets
- Campfires, fuel stoves and barbecues during fire prohibtions
- Cooloola Recreation Area vehicle access permit information
- Group activity permit information
- Fire management brochure
- Great Sandy Region Management Plan
- Teachers' and group leaders' package
- Safety video clips
- Camping and vehicle access permit refunds
- Over-the-counter camping booking offices
- Species lists
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