Described as one of the best kept camping secrets on the Fraser Coast, Burrum Coast National Park is stretch of natural wilderness south-east of Bundaberg that offers 6 kilometres of pristine beaches.
It's 4WD only access and there are limited facilities in some areas, only showers and picnic facilities. Serious campers with all the equipment can strike out and find a secluded spot to camp anywhere along the coastline.
The flowering heaths and abundance of native bird and wildlife make Burrum Coast National Park a wondrous place to rest and relax. Explore a diverse range of coastal habitats on a variety of walking trails.
The beaches are nothing short of stunning. Wide sandy stretches and not a person in sight if you decide to go during off-peak months.
The fishing is superb, the calm water of the region means you can cast a line straight from the beach and expect a good catch or try your luck farther out in a tinny.
The best flat camping spots are set behind the sand dunes and give you great access to the beach.
You can drive on the beach between the southern tip of Woodgate and the Burrum River and tackle the sand dunes too.
Get some R & R at Burrum Coast National Park.