We captured this track while on Moreton Island for a staff training week as we headed from Bulwer to Cape Moreton. Changes in the positioning of the beach over time shows our track in the water at certain points in the track, which will be updated as a result of this expedition.
The drive up the western beach is a simple task when timed with the tides, while the softest sand is often found at the beach access points. All the campgrounds on Moreton Island are well shaded and close to the beach, and the official camping areas are grassy and open.
Moreton Island is the third-largest sand island in the world below Fraser Island and North Stradbroke, and it is the quietest of the three. The island is home to sandy 4WD tracks, numerous scenic spots, and a wide range of environs that make it a truly unique place to visit.