JUNE 2020


''It's obvious people are eager to get out into nature'

Queensland Government backs tourism recovery
by opening camping bookings for
next year

Queensland National Parks camping

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CARAVANNERS and campers can now book most campsites in Queensland's national parks 12 months in advance to help support tourism and regional jobs.

The decision to open the facilities was an important part of the Queensland state government's recovery plan Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs.

Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef Leeanne Enoch said Queenslanders had done a great job in containing the spread of COVID-19, so it was decided to make it much easier for campers and caravan enthusiasts to plan their holidays over the next year.

"It's obvious people are eager to get out into nature, with more than 10,600 camping bookings and more than 5000 vehicle access permits issued since bookings reopened," Ms Enoch said.

"We've had a huge take up from people wanting to book their next outdoor adventure, and this important update will provide extra certainty to commercial operators and the tourism industry so they can continue to employ more people and drive economic recovery, particularly in our regions.

"Whether you are looking for a beachside getaway with the family during the school holidays or planning a wilderness adventure over Christmas, Queensland's national parks, forests and recreation areas have something to suit everyone."

Information on how to find a campground near you and online bookings can be found at

Check Park Alerts before leaving home for up-to-date information on specific locations.


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