Travelers don’t have to voyage to the outback for a wild camping experience. Secluded Teewah Beach, a 50-kilometer stretch of scenic sand, offers visitors the chance to experience bush camping right on the ocean shores. This unique opportunity draws travelers from across the globe—particularly those eager to get back to nature and escape the hustle of the city. The remote village is a place where time has stood still. As a result, visitors won’t find modern-day streetlights or crowds typical of more popular beaches. Teewah Beach offers access to both Rainbow Beach and nearby Fraser Island, making it a perfect stop for 4WD fanatics en route to one of these other destinations.
Teewah Beach is located just north of Noosa, on the eastern end of the Cooloola section of Great Sandy National Park. It is accessible by a ferry located off of Moorindil Street in Tewantin. The ferry departs Sunday through Thursday between 5:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday between 5:30 a.m. and 12:30 a.m.