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Cylinder Beach

Point Lookout, Stradbroke Island

This shady camping ground faces Cylinder Beach, which is one of the Island's most iconic surf beaches. With a direct north orientation and a sunny outlook, the site enjoys protection from the prevailing winds.


  • Toilets
  • Shower facilities
  • Power & water
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwashing area
  • BBQ facilities
  • Picnic areas
  • Playground
  • Free WiFi


  • Art galleries
  • Bowls club
  • Bush walking
  • Day spa
  • Fishing
  • General store
  • Heritage walk
  • Markets
  • Sand boarding
  • Shops & eateries
  • Snorkelling & scuba
  • Stand up paddle
  • Surf beaches
  • Swimming beaches
  • Whale watching
  • Wildlife interactions
(07) 3409 9668
300 Dickson Way, Point Lookout, QLD 4183
Point Lookout

The camp ground is close to the cafes, boutiques, and restaurants of Point Lookout, and the renowned Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel. Its position makes the camping ground extremely popular during peak holiday periods, so early bookings are essential.

Fires are prohibited in the Cylinder Beach Campground 

Summary of accommodation facilities

There are 60 unpowered tent sites (6x6) and 8 powered sites. No cabins.

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The site fee includes two adults. Maximum 6 people per site including infants.

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Please note

Minjerribah Camping Pty Ltd values safety and ensuring all activities undertaken on the campgrounds and holiday parks comply with all legislative requirements.

Unfortunately, not all providers have a valid commercial activity permit. Please ensure that you check with Minjerribah Camping before booking or paying for assisted camping/ camptrailers.



Tara, Jan 2019 

Extremely relaxing and easy going place to stay. Beach is at your doorstep and the staff are great. Good sized sites and most in the shade which is great as it gets hot. Highly recommend to anyone wanting some relaxing time.

Megan, Oct 2017 

We stayed at cylinder beach. Great spot for young and old. They maintain the place it's very clean in bathrooms , camping areas. Just a short walk and you are on the beach. I would definitely recommend .

Merri, Oct 2017 

As a large family group we camped here for a week .itis located right on the beach and a smaller campground that has clean amenities and plenty of wildlife like kangaroos . Where else can you walk out of your tent and walk onto the beach



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