Inskip Point should be re-named Fraser View :) . We have never stayed here, but have often driven past when we would go to Fraser Island. This is our view from the van for the next two days. We have many favourite places in Queensland, and indeed Australia, but Fraser would have to be at the top. This is as close as we have been this year.
Inskip Point Recreation Area is National Park and very popular in school holidays. We were lucky to get this spot as there were many campers in all sections of the point. We camped at Sarawak Camp, not far from where the landslide occurred in Sept 2015. Now a fence has been built to stop camping to close to the waters edge.
We stopped at the fork in the road to Rainbow Beach and Tin Can Bay to buy some fire wood. Many of the campers had fires burning that night. One needs a permit to camp on the beach, currently it is $6.15 per person per night, and permits need to be purchased at Rainbow Beach before setting up camp.
We relaxed, walked along the beach, Peter fished, I did some sewing. The view was wonderful.
After a relaxing couple of days we headed home via Rainbow Beach.