Noosa Sea Scout Group Camping facilities are open to scout, school, sport and community groups year round, and private families and campers at weekends and during school holidays.
Our function is primarily the Noosa Sea Scout Group. However we have a popular and spacious campground and bunkhouse which we make available to groups, families, travelers and community organisations at certain times.
We are not a commercial business; all profits improve the onsite facilities.
We are a quiet, family-friendly campground, not suitable for parties, or unruly behaviour.
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Per person, per night$13
Per site, per night$30
Scout Groups. One-off accommodation fee plus $15 per person per night. There is a minimum of 15 people per night and maximum of 36.$75
School and community groups. One-off accommodation fee, plus $18 per person per night. There is a minimum of 15 people per night and maximum of 36.$75
Scouts Groups. One-off accommodation fee, plus $13 per person per night. There is a minimum of 10 people per night and maximum of 16.$50
School and community groups. One-off accommodation fee, plus $15 per person per night. There is a minimum of 10 people per night and maximum of 16.$50
Those booking the Bunkhouse or Elystan House must pay a $100 bond, which is refundable after departure subject to any damage, adequate cleaning and compliance with Terms and Conditions.
Our address is 11 Eumundi Service Rd, Noosaville. This is accessed from the roundabout where Gympie Terrace, Hilton Terrace and Eumundi Noosa Rd meet. Look for the access point in front of the drycleaners, we are at the end on the right, behind the wooden gate.
Generally, we are open to the public from Friday to Monday inclusive during term-time and during Queensland school holidays. School/youth groups may use the grounds during term-time, subject to availability.
Arrival time is between 2 pm and 5:30 pm unless by arrangement.
The bunkhouse must be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
We reserve the right to close without notice due to weather, health and safety reasons or other unforeseen circumstances.
- We have a two-storey bunkhouse accessed by stairs.
- The first floor sleeps 36 across four rooms (1x 8 bunk, 2x 4 bunk, 1x 20 bunk).
- We have a two-storey bunkhouse accessed by stairs. The first floor sleeps 36 across four rooms (1x 8 bunk, 2x 4 bunk, 1 x 20 bunk).
- Government regulations do not allow under 10s on the top bunk so a maximum of 18 under 10s can be accommodated. The beds are properly formed mattresses with covers.
- Sleeping bags/sheets and pillows are recommended. Mattresses may not be placed on the floor, moved into different rooms or taken downstairs.
- We do not have a minimum night policy, but do require a minimum of 15 paying people to use the Bunkhouse. Rooms are not sublet to smaller groups or families.
Kitchen and dining area
Downstairs the Bunkhouse is a well-equipped kitchen with a commercial fridge, freezer, cooktop and microwaves.
Some pots and saucepans are provided, personal cutlery, plates etc would need to be brought with you.
There is also a dining/meeting area. These facilities are only available to those who have booked the bunkhouse. If groups want to camp and use the bunkhouse kitchen/dining area, they must book the bunkhouse and pay the bunkhouse rate. They then have the discretion to camp or use the upstairs
bunks or a combination of both.
We also have Elystan House, which can accommodate up to sixteen people in one-room.
Mattresses are provided, but if you require beds or camp beds you should bring them with you.
This facility includes a separate kitchen.
Use of the grounds and privacy
We do not offer exclusive use of the grounds. Those using the grounds should be aware that members of Noosa Sea Scouts, other groups, families, individual campers or contractors may be present.
To address privacy concerns, group leaders can negotiate with the Camp Caretakers a period when the showers are closed to enable their group to use them without third parties being present. This should be done in advance of your stay.
We have an ablution block including hot and cold showers, which is shared by those camping and using the bunkhouse.
There is an outdoor covered eating area and BBQs
Please refer to our Campground Facilities page for more information.
Book online and pay using our booking facility.
For group bookings, payment is to be made as follows:
- credit card on arrival or in advance into the Westpac account
- BSB: 034219
- Account: 161170
- Account name: Scouts Qld – Noosa Sea Scout Group
No credit is provided unless by arrangement. Invoices must be requested 14 days in advance of your stay if they are required.
Leaders of groups who have not made payment arrangements will be required to pay all fees in cash or by bank transfer upon arrival.
We do not have a stay now, pay later facility.
The nearest ATMs are at Noosa Village Shopping Centre, Gibson Rd, a two minute drive away.
Facilities are to be left as they are found.