Bookings set to roll in for Noosa North Shore Beach Campground


Mayor Tony Wellington checks out the new camp kitchen along with Michael Shave (Director of Corporate Services and Property Manager Clint Irwin

The revamped Noosa North Shore Beach Campground will start taking bookings from tomorrow, after a $3.2 million facelift.

The popular holiday spot will take its first visitors from January 20, 2020

But from Friday December 20, 2019, eager holiday-makers can lock in camp spots via the improved online booking system.

Mayor Tony Wellington said the work had resulted in significant improvements.

“We are noticing a growing demand for nature-based tourism.

‘So this upgrade will allow more people to enjoy the picturesque Noosa North Shore and experience its wonderful environmental values.”.

“There are additional powered and unpowered sites, improved toilet and cooking amenities.” Cr Wellington said.

A total of 43 powered sites are now available along with nearly 50 unpowered camping spots. Defined campsites are now in place to better manage the camping locations.

A new camp kitchen has been built along with beach showers, boardwalks and seating areas.

Cr Wellington said the bulk of the work had focussed on upgrading the wastewater and water treatment systems.

“Due to its pristine location, we really focussed on improving the way effluent and wastewater was treated on site,” he said.

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