About this campground
Sandy Point has no facilities and is essentially a wilderness camping experience. Look after the island while camping and it will still be in good condition the next time you visit:
- Bushfires are potentially devastating to people and wildlife. No wood fires or firewood collection is allowed. Portable cookers are preferred.
- Please take out what you bring in. Do not leave any rubbish, food scraps or any other items on the island and do not bury any rubbish. Stow rubbish securely to prevent it from being blown away.
- Bury toilet waste in a hole at least 50cm deep at least 100m away from campsites and other public areas.
Camping fees apply to all camping areas within the national park. Please book your campsites through the Dirk Hartog Island Lodge.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Sandy Point - Dirk Hartog Island.
We recognise and acknowledge Malgana people as the traditional owners of Dirk Hartog Island National Park.