The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service says antisocial behaviour and the high fire danger loom as potential problems for the thousands of school holiday campers on Sunshine and Cooloola coast beaches.

Senior ranger Colin Lawnton says most beaches have recovered from poor weather earlier this year but steep drop-offs are proving hazardous in the Teewah area.

He says rangers will be checking permits and also the behaviour of the more than 5,000 campers in the area.

"Sometimes we get a bit of antisocial behaviour and that sort of thing," he said.

"Most people come to enjoy themselves and have a good time and get back into the beach camping.

"It's a beautiful spot, the area's great. Come and enjoy yourselves and look after each other and look after yourselves.

"The other issue I guess we've got at the moment are very high fire danger conditions, so people should be really careful with their campfires ... as well."

He says people must consider the timing of their journey along the beach.

"There'll be large numbers of cars on the beach and huge amounts of traffic and pedestrians ... so ... people have to be really careful when they're driving and certainly keep within that two hours of the low tide. That's the best time to drive," he said.

"Low tide on Saturday I believe is about three o'clock in the afternoon so that'll impact when people can get up and down the beach ... but it'll be very busy."