Things to do
Camping areas are provided in the Kinkuna and Woodgate sections. Camping is only permitted in the Burrum Point camping area and the Kinkuna camping zone. There is no camping in the Burrum River and Buxton sections.
Camping permits for all campsites must be booked in advance—online, over-the-counter or by phone.
- Find out more about camping in Burrum Coast National Park
- Book your campsite online.
- If you cannot book online, see camping bookings for other options. (The closest over-the-counter booking agent is Woodgate Beach General Store.)
Book well in advance for school holidays and long weekends.
Collect camping tags from information shelters at the southern and northern entrances to Kinkuna, and at the Burrum Point camping area. Insert your booking number and display the tag at your campsite.
There is a range of holiday accommodation in Woodgate Beach, Buxton, Burrum Heads, Bundaberg and Childers. For more information see the tourism information links below.
Designated walking tracks are provided in the Woodgate section only.
There are no designated walking tracks in the other three sections. If using firebreaks for hiking, watch for vehicles.
Dogs, horses and other domestic animals are not allowed. Be considerate of local landholders—do not enter private property adjoining the park.
View the journeys information for more details.
Picnic and day-use areas
Theodolite Creek day-use area—Kinkuna section
A picnic table and small parking area is provided on the northern banks of Theodolite Creek. Access is off the Beach Road and suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles only.
Hoppy Lark’s Creek day-use area—Woodgate section
A wheelchair accessible track leads to a viewing platform with picnic table and fishing platform on the banks of the Gregory River. Access is possible with conventional vehicles during dry weather only.
Walkers Point day-use area—Woodgate section
Facilities include paved areas to picnic tables and about 250m of walking track that is sealed and wheelchair accessible.
View the attractions information for more details.
Boating, canoeing and fishing are popular activities on the Burrum and Gregory Rivers, between the Woodgate and Burrum River sections of the park.