Goold Island National Park
A tropical island off Cardwell, Goold Island is a tall, forested hill with granite outcrops, eucalypt woodlands and sandy beaches. Camping on the island and boating nearby are popular activities.
Picnic tables, a shelter shed, a gas barbecue and toilets are provided at the campground at Western Beach.
Goold Island National Park has designated camping areas at the Spit (Western Beach) with facilities, and camping without facilities at Wilderness Cove and Southern Beach. Camping is not allowed elsewhere. You will need to bring water, rubbish bags and a fuel stove (open fires are prohibited).Camping permits are required and must be obtained before you arrive on the island, and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your campsite. The island is extremely popular during the winter months and may book out well in advance.Be the first to write a review