Code of Conduct
This Code of Conduct has been produced to ensure the longevity of our events by reinforcing our participants with the knowledge on how to always do the right thing. Members participating in events should be aware that they are seen as representatives of Red Bike Adventures and therefore it is in everyone’s interest that we all behave accordingly to protect our reputation.
  • Our events are not a race, nor are they timed. Riders and drivers must obey all traffic laws and any directions given by law enforcement.
  • All bikes and cars must be registered, must be roadworthy and must have a minimum of CTP insurance.
  • All riders or drivers must hold a current licence for their respective vehicle.
  • Participants will not drink and drive.
  • Participants are asked not to drive when tired.
  • Participants are to follow instructions and guidelines given out by Red Bike Administrators.
  • Participants will not engage in behaviours that endanger oneself, fellow participants and/or the public.
  • Participants will not engage in offensive behaviours, excessive drunkenness and/or other behaviours that could cause disrepute to the Red Bike name.
  • Participants will respect the wildlife, and others on the beach at all times.
  • Participants will not litter if rubbish cannot be placed in a supplied bin, then you take your rubbish with you to ensure the safety and beauty of everything on the island is preserved.
  • Participants are responsible for having a valid vehicle permit for those areas where a permit is required. This includes using only designated access points to the beach.
  • We do ask where possible participants travel with at least one other vehicle to reduce the risk of trouble. If this is not possible, let a Red Bike Administrator know where you are going and when you expect to return.

Queensland Park and Wildlife Conditions

– All Red Bike Participants will need to abide by all conditions

  • Participants are to keep off sand dunes except at designated crossing points for access to and from the beach and to keep away from vegetated sand dunes as they are easily damaged. Strictly avoid these areas.
  • Participants do not access Eli Creek beyond the end of the boardwalk.
  • Participants only enter Eli Creek via the stairs or by walking up the creek from the parking area.
  • Access to the protected area or part of the protected area may be restricted/closed (at short notice) due to severe weather conditions, other natural disasters or for management purposes e.g. fire, severe storm, or flood. The Authority Holder is responsible for ensuring all staff and participants are made aware of closures and comply with all signage and/or directions given by QPWS officers.
  • Small, portable, battery-powered music/media players may be used. All other sound amplifying equipment must not be used.
  • Motorcycles must be ridden in a manner which minimises damage to the formed road surface eg. vehicles should attempt to dissipate erosion of drainage diversions by steering different paths from previous motorcycles within the formed road surface to preserve the road drainage.
  • A maximum group size of 10 riders is permitted at all times with a minimum of 15 minutes between groups.
Red Bike Adventures is a fun event, and we expect to have a good time with plenty of laughs. In the interest of safety and preserving the reputation of our charity, we ask that we all use common sense and remember why we are doing this. Please note breach of these rules may result in loss of membership (fees will not be refunded).
Permit Details
K’gari (Fraser Island) Recreation Area
  • 1 month or less = $55.90 (subject to change)
  • More than 1 month (up to 1 year) = $281.40 (subject to change)
Watch this video: or follow instructions below:
  • A vehicle access permit must be obtained before driving on the recreation areas listed on the department’s Vehicle access permits page.
  • To book your vehicle access permit – head to
  • You’ll need to have your account details handy or if you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one. For help, check out the video ‘How to Create an Online Camping Account’.
  • Click ‘Vehicle Permit’ from the menu bar and select the park you wish to drive on.
  • It’s important you take note of any Park Alerts – you’ll notice a warning icon if there’s one current. Remember to check park alerts when making the booking and again prior to travel.
  • Continue with the booking process by selecting the duration using the drop-down menu. Permit durations and costs vary from park to park. If the drop-down shows no options, ensure you have selected a park in Step 1 and you can see it is highlighted.
  • Select the start date for your vehicle access permit and be sure it matches the start date of your camping booking if you have one.
  • Enter your vehicle’s registration number ensuring it’s entered correctly to avoid a  fine.
  • Be sure to read and accept the Vehicle Access Permit Requirements by ticking the box.
  • To continue with the booking process, click ‘Add to Cart’.
  • Review your booking details, then read and agree to the terms and conditions.
  • If everything is correct proceed to ‘Go to Checkout’
  • You’ll be prompted with the payment screen to pay by gift card or by credit card.
  • If you get stuck with processing the payment, then checkout the video ‘How to make an online camping booking’.
  • All payments are processed securely. If your payment involved a credit card, you’ll have the opportunity to re-check your vehicle access permit booking details.
  • Complete the transaction by selecting ‘Make Purchase’.
  • Once your order has been processed successfully, you’ll receive your confirmation/permit number.
  • Your transaction receipt and a copy of your vehicle access permit will be sent to the email address linked to your account, OR, you can head to ‘Your Account’, then ‘Purchases’ then ‘All Bookings’ to review and print your vehicle access permit.
  • All vehicles must be fully road registered. Your valid permit must be displayed on the left side of your vehicle’s windscreen or dashboard so it can easily be seen by park rangers upon inspection.
  • Before travelling, make sure you check Park Alerts for any changes in driving and camping conditions.