Easter holiday campers on North Stradbroke Island have had plans cancelled and tourism operators fear they could be out-of-pocket during the long weekend following the closure of some campsites and caps on numbers.
- Camping restrictions and limits on numbers have been introduced for the Easter break on North Stradbroke Island
- Minjerribah Camping says the decision was taken due to COVID safe plans and protecting campers and the local indigenous community
- Chamber of Commerce president Colin Battersby says the decision would impact business and tourism operators during peak season
Minjerribah Camping has capped the number of campers per site across North Stradbroke Island and closed three popular camping grounds but denied it has…