The campgrounds can be easily accessed and used by day-use visitors and if you plan to camp for a night or more, it is compulsory that you book your camping spot online. Booking online is easy and your required to state which camping ground you will be camping, to ensure to track back if any issues may arise. Once you have booked, you’re then given a random unique number identification and a tag which you have to collect before entering the camping site. The tag needs to be tied onto your tent or somewhere it is visible for the ranger to see and check if necessary. This permit allows you to camp legally and also to avoid any penalties, which rangers patrol the areas on regular basis and unexpectedly. Booking online with Queensland National Parks is easy and is available 24/7. To avoid disappointment and penalties, I booked my camping spot online. ‘Yes’, I was on my way to the campsite – Fong On bay. To reach this campground from Tinaroo dam’s main entrance, was about 20km of drive through some bitumen and dirt road. When I finally turned up at the campground, it was like I had hit the jackpot, the weather was perfect. It was sunny and not a sight of storm appearing. The location of the site was beautiful, located right next to a very big lake. Apart from the short distance of dirt road which made it unpleasant for my low-level vehicle but I reached my camp-destination without any mechanical problems. I didn’t have to pitch-up a tent as I used my car as my sleeping tent. Once, I lowered the two back-seats folded forward, it was a full-length sleeping space from the back of the boot to the back of the two front seats. After organising my sleeping space, I felt my spirit was very high at this point. This campground does not have an allocated sections – like some camping sites at Davis Creek near Mareeba, so it is virtually, first in, best location. Apart from, meticulously clean amenities (toilets only), you’re to supply your own hot and cold shower buckets which the campground only have shower cubicles but without any facilities. I was pleasantly very surprised to see how clean the toilets were and how well the campground was maintained compared to the public amenities in the Cairns city ground and picnic areas.