Campsite Enquires - FAQ

Campsite Enquires - FAQ

The follow is a list of standard responses to frequently asked customer enquires.

Can I bring my dog with me? 

Our campsite are designated flora and fauna parks hence pets must not be permitted to run loose and must be either on a lead or within pens at all times. Owners of pets are to clean up after their pets.

Can I have a fire?

Fires are permitted in the established campfire circles only. Please check with local council areas for any local fire bans. 

How to make a booking? 

To make a booking go to the camping website Scouts QLD Camping | Discover The Outdoors, Scouting Style., here you can view availability and make your booking. 
For more detailed guidance to complete a booking see the below articles. 

How do I log into my Supporter of Scouting account, modify or cancel a booking?

For detailed guidance to login, modify or cancel your booking see the below article


For more site-specific rules and information please see the below Campsite Rules. 

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