Seaforth QLD is a town for all sorts of people, from backpackers to family’s and everything in between. Here is a list of Accommodation and Camping, like all things it’s a good idea read the reviews before making a decision.
Seaforth Holiday Units
Excellent accommodation available in Seaforth is the Seaforth Holiday Units. These self contained units are relatively cheap at between $80 – $140 a night depending on the room and the season, they are also pet friendly.
QCWA Seaforth Holiday Cottage
The QCWA have a lovely little holiday Cottage call “Sea Change”, close to the Seaforth Beach, Bowls Club and local shops and service station which is available for rent by the general public. Maximum stay six weeks.
two bedrooms and sleeps maximum of six people (one double and four singles)
- fully furnished and screened
- self-contained with kitchen and laundry facilities
- Linen can be supplied
- wheelchair access is not available
The Cottage is close to the Victor Creek boat ramp and nearby tourist destinations of Haliday Bay, Ball Bay and Cape Hillsborough and a short walk through the park to the Seaforth beachfront.
For enquiries and bookings, contact the Cottage Coordinator on 4954 0961 or 0400 733 551.
There is also accommodation available at nearby Cape Hillsborough they offer everything from camping to cabins. And prices vary between
$32 – $163 depending on the type of accommodation.
Haliday Bay Resort
Haliday Bay Resort is located in the near by town of Haliday Bay. They have a golf course, tennis courts and a restaurant, they are roughly $120 a night.
Seaforth also has a large campground right on the beach, for caravans and tents. It has BBQ areas, electricity, toilets, showers.
The camp ground is littered with flocks of friendly ducks and other birds who spend their day wandering around the place, however the camp ground has a strict no animal policy. prices are as follows.
Per site 10X6 (max of 6 people per site) per night $22
Per site 10X6 (max of 6 people per site) per week $100
Additional Person(s) (adult or child) per night $13
School Groups/Non Profit Community Groups/Clubs per head/per stay $7
There is also another smaller campground near by at Ball Bay, which has showers, toilets and an illuminated BBQ area.
There is another camping site out at Smalleys Beach, it has no facilities and offers a real outdoor feel, To book a spot go to qld.gov.au/camping. Camping fees are $5.60 per person per night or $22.40 per family group per night. A family group is up to two adults and accompanying children under 18, up to a total of eight people. Children under five are free.
The islands are a great place to get away from it all, these camping area can be reached by private boat only. You must be self-sufficient and bring all supplies with you from the mainland, Generators, open fires and domestic animals are prohibited. Camping fees are $5.60 per person per night or $22.40 per family group per night. A family group is up to two adults and accompanying children under 18, up to a total of eight people. Children under five are free.
Highly Recommended Items
drinking water—allow at least five litres per person per day
first-aid kit—and know how to use it
marine radio in case of emergency
fuel stove and spare fuel—open fires are not permitted on the islands
torch or headlamp
sturdy, reliable footwear
insect repellent and clothing to avoid insect bites
strong, animal-proof containers for rubbish.
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A large, open camping area very near the beach. There is easy access to walking trails and is suitable for large groups. Open area without separately defined sites. A maximum of 36 people can camp on Newry Island at any one time.
Tug’s Point – Rabbit Island
Surrounded by she-oaks, Tug’s Point offers a pleasant site for day visitors and campers. Picnic tables and automatic barbecues add comfort to this scenic spot. Open area without separately defined sites. Tug’s Point is restricted to 12 campers at any one time
Outer Newry Island
A walking track leads from the rocky beach to this secluded site overlooking the passage between Outer Newry and Newry islands. A maximum of 6 people are permitted to camp here at any one time.
A map of camping areas around Seaforth