Things to do
Relax and enjoy nature in this peaceful coastal retreat. Check with the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) for advice on activities permitted in the adjacent marine park waters.
Camping is permitted at Grimston Point only. Pit toilets and picnic tables are provided but visitors should be totally self-sufficient. Camping permits are required and fees apply.
- Find out more about camping in Dryander National Park.
- Book your campsite online.
- If you cannot book online, see camping bookings for other options.
- See more general information about camping in national parks.
A wide range of accommodation is available in nearby Airlie Beach. See tourism information links for more information.
The adjacent waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park offer boating and fishing opportunities.
Marine park zoning regulations protect the inter-tidal zone and waters surrounding Dryander National Park. Zoning regulations specify how you can use particular sites and the permits you might require. For detailed information on activities such as fishing and crabbing, consult the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority zoning map. Maps are available from Queensland Fisheries offices, bait and tackle shops, Queensland Parks and Wildlife (QPWS) offices and online at GBRMPA.
Minimum size and maximum bag limits apply to popular fish species. Queensland fisheries legislation applies in zones where fishing is permitted. See Queensland Fisheries for more information.
- Conway National Park, Dryander National Park, Dryander State Forest and Dryander Forest Reserve. Feral animal management program 28 January 2022 to 1 February 2023