Bamaga is the largest community in the Northern Peninsula Area, and in the town itself there is no camping.
But there are a few places outisde the town that are not too far.
They are all very nice places next to the ocean with good views and nice camping spots.
Bamaga Camps - Umagico
The closest one to Bamaga is the camping ground on the beach in the Aboriginal community of Umagico. It has been here for a while but lately it has got new managers that are very keen and have made the camping grounds even nicer. They also manage the close-by Lodge.
Bamaga Camps - Loyalty Beach
The second closest one is the camping ground at Loyalty Beach, which is reached by turning off the main road after New Mapoon. It is a nice camping ground with red soils and blue waters, and there is also a Fishing Lodge and a beach restaurant.
The next community after Loyalty Beach turnoff is Seisia, and there is a nice camping ground on the beach. What's great here are the so-called 'Beach Huts' - which really just have roofs and a kitchen sink inside, but they do make powered camping sites so much nicer.
Punsand Bay is a bit farther away, near the Tip of Australia. It is a resort with a licensed bar and a restaurant, and there are expensive rooms as well as cheap camping spots. This is the only place where you can camp and have a swimming pool! The other place with a pool - Bamaga Resort - has no camping.
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