Balgal Beach Foreshore Reserve Free Camping Area #2 48 hour limit.

Location Category: Free Camping
Name: Balgal Beach Foreshore Reserve Free Camping Area
Sat Nav Coordinate: -19.027023, 146.417959
Street: Justin Street
Town: Balgal
State or Territory: Queensland
Road Access: Asphalt
Big Rigs: Unknown
Power Available: No
Toilets: Yes
Dump Point: No
Rubbish Bins: Yes a few scattered here and there.
Drinking Water: No
Showers: No
Shade: Yes
Picnic Tables: A few scattered here and there
Fixed Fire places: No
Fixed BBQ's: Yes
Pet Friendly: Unknown if Pets Allowed
Childrens Playground: No
Short Walks: Yes
Fishing: Yes
TV Reception: Yes
Mobile Phone Reception: Mobile phone coverage is available depending on your carrier.
Internet Access: Mobile
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Handy Information:

In order to protect the comfort of local residents and other visitors it is asked that all campers keep their site clean and tidy and not behave in an unruly manner. Please do not set up your camp (whether in a campervan or tent) in a way that restricts public use or access to any fixture of fittings. This includes any structure, pole, gazebo, barbeque, fence, tap, table, seat, etc. which has been provided for the use and enjoyment of all.

Balgal Beach Foreshore Reserve
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Balgal Beach is a residential coastal suburb approximately 59 kilometres north of Townsville, Queensland, Australia, and 64 kilometres south of Ingham, Queensland. As of the 2006 census, the population of Balgal Beach was 743, a 30.3% increase since the 1996 census.

Balgal Beach was originally part of the Armidale pastoral lease, settled in 1883 by John Lambert before later changing name to Rollingstone. The area of coastline to the north of Rollingstone was named Balgal Beach in 1947, when the first dwellings were constructed. The name "Balgal" was derived from an Aborigial word meaning "stone."

The land in this area was predominantly used for farming and grazing, and remained rural until the mid-1980s when the allocation of 500 rural/residential blocks at the Mystic Sands Estate saw the population increase nearly twofold.
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