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Queensland Parks and Forests Vehicle Access

Some areas in Queensland’s parks and forests require a vehicle permit, each area requires a separate permit. Vehicle permits don’t include camping, so ensure you pay for camping fees if you are staying overnight.

The fees below are as of December 2018. For the latest vehicle permit information and prices, go to the Queensland Parks and Forest website Offsite link.

Permits can be made online using the Queensland National Parks Booking Service Offsite link, or over the counter Offsite linkat booking offices.

Vehicle permits can be purchased at the same time as camping fees if camping is required.

Permits are required to be displayed in your vehicle.

Bribie Island

One week permit $49.50, Annual permit $154.60

Bribie Island Ocean Beach

Moreton Island

One month permit $51.60, Annual permit $259.50

Minjerribah Recreation Area

Annual permit $46.80

Cooloola Recreation Area

One day permit (online) $12.95, One day permit (not online) $19.50, One week permit $32.80, One month permit $51.60, Annual permit $259.50

Fraser Island

One month permit $51.60, Annual permit $259.50

Fraser Island and Cooloola Recreation Area Combined

One month permit $82.80, Annual permit $415.40