Luxury cabins near Boonah

Discover rugged Mount Barney and tranquil Lake Moogerah when camping near Boonah.

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Figtree Farm at Findon Creek

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents600 acres · Kyogle, NSW
Experience Figtree Farm at Findon Creek, a 600-acre natural oasis. Tucked away in a tranquil, secluded sanctuary, this hidden gem is surrounded by Long Creek to the south and Findon Creek to the west, while the northern edge extends to the breathtaking Border Ranges National Park. Nestled on Gullibal land, Figtree Farm provides captivating vistas of Jalgumbin (Mt Lindesay) to the west and Lever's Plateau, a designated wilderness area of unlogged subtropical rainforest, to the north. This cherished, family-owned farm has a rich history, transitioning from a dairy farm to a beef property. Today, it flourishes with diverse native trees, cabinet timbers, a specialised plant nursery for native trees, and a bespoke joinery workshop crafting designer furniture. While Figtree Farm has been a cherished camping destination for over two decades, we're excited to welcome guests from Hipcamp. Our first site, Jaya's Camp, is ideal for larger groups, offering a picturesque river flat alongside refreshing swimming holes. Explore the great outdoors by wandering along our extensive bush tracks and trying your hand at fishing in our farm dam stocked with silver perch. Figtree Farm is a haven for an abundance of bird and animal life. Here, tranquillity reigns, undisturbed by wandering stock, save for the occasional serenade of our friendly donkey neighbours. Figtree Farm at Findon Creek promises an unforgettable escape into nature's embrace.
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Rainforest Gateway

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Gradys Creek, NSW
Rainforest Gateway is a family-owned park set on five acres of waterfront camping. Located on the popular scenic tourist route, Lions Road, in the Border Ranges ranges of northern NSW. The park features grassy powered sites, unpowered sites and comfortable units. On-site amenities include hot showers, flush toilets, laundry and camp kitchen. We are a dog-friendly park so the whole family is welcome. Dogs need to be restrained at all times. NO AGGRESSIVE DOGS. Relax and unwind by the creek or sit back enjoy a drink around the campfire at night with our family atmosphere. With great views, tranquil bushland, abundant wildlife there is always something to do. No WI-FI (yay!). Good Telstra reception. See also Youcamp listing Rainforest Gateway Units.
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GingerNut Farm - Adults Only

18 sites · Lodging, Tents50 acres · Cawongla, NSW
We are an adult-only, clothing-optional, 50-acre farm. We are secluded and situated on a quiet road with forest screening. We have creek with a swimming hole and sandy beach. We offer several flat, well grassed campgrounds, some with fire pits. We offer access to off-grid power. We also offer a series of internal walks & running tracks through the forested parts of the property. In addition, we offer a trained masseur who will massage in the forest or near the creek. We offer arts courses: life drawing, basket making and cyanotyping. We can provide escorted tours of local sights including galleries, natural sights and a local commune.
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Bally Mountain Lux Cabin escape

4 sites · Lodging7 acres · Bonogin, QLD
Welcome to the beautiful Bonogin Valley at the base of Mount Bally. Beautiful Bonogin Valley is the location of our 7 1/2 acre property. It is heavily treed with the lux cabin up high in the tree tops. Surrounded by serene creeks, majestic mountains and an abundance of wildlife. It's a true escape from the hustle and bustle yet only 15 minutes from the big smoke of the gold coast. Mount Bally Cabin is a luxurious tiny cabin in bushland facing Mount Bally. You can call it camping, but really this is glamping on another level. It is situated up high in the trees capturing the valley breezes and views, but most importantly the wild life and peace and quiet. Inside the cabin you will find everything you need. A queen size bed (linen is fitted and supplied), a large reading chair and lounge area. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, complete with fridge and freezer, convection microwave, induction cooktop, espresso coffee machine, tea and coffee making, toaster and kettle. There is a picnic basket for adventures. Two sets of French doors open to a covered verandah area with cafe seating and then a open area with gas barbeque. Gas is provided. The outdoor area overlooks a frog pond and native garden. The cabin is airconditioned for those hot summer days and there are two guitars to have fun cranking out a tune. The Toilet, shower and laundry are downstairs complete with washing machine and dryer. Towels are provided. There is limited phone reception, which can give you time to unwind with no disturbances. There is intentionally no TV, allowing you to read or relax with no devices. The cabin is perfect for a romantic get away, serious hiking, bush walking, bird watching, mountain biking or and artists retreat. The entrance to the national park is at the back of the cabin, with fantastic walks and water holes along the creek. Mount bally summit hike is at an elevation of 380 meters with extensive views to Byron Bay to Stradbroke island. There is covered parking for 1 car. If you don't feel like cooking there is a great little cafe only 1 minutes drive, that's open for breakfast or lunch. Mudgeeraba and Robina are a mere 15 minute drive away with every restaurant and shopping you need. All you need to bring with you is your groceries, toiletries, a towel for swimming in the creek, some good walking shoes and maybe a great book to read. The cabin is not suitable for children or pets. New fire pit installed. Treat yourself to a wonderful time to relax and unwind. You could easily use this as your base while heading off for the day to enjoy all that the Gold Coast has to offer. In August we even have fire flies that can be seen just after sunset along the creeks in the vegetation. The base of the ancient Bally mountain is right here. Offering hiking trails just steps from your campsite. Wander along the charming creeks where you might spot Azure Kingfishers, Satin Bower birds, spotted pardalotes, kookaburras, magpies, spangled drongo, dollar birds, and more. You might be lucky enough to see a koala! If your up for a short walk, there is a lovely cafe just up the road, perfect for a morning coffee or breakfast. As night falls, gather around your fire pit and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the valley. Fire ban restrictions will apply at different times of the year, so please check before lighting a fire. Experience the simple joys of nature in Bonogin Valley and Mount Bally. Its your gateway to relaxation and natural beauty.
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Lalapanzi

7 sites · Lodging, Tents40 acres · Flagstone Creek, QLD
Lalapanzi is a private 17ha (40 acre) bush block with two dwellings and some ancillary buildings. The property is 10 km outside of Toowoomba in the Flagstone Creek valley. Lalapanzi Heights is a secluded semi-developed campsite about 400m away from the dwellings and a base for bush hiking, exploration, bird watching or just relaxing. 2WD accessible to parking area. 4X4 access to camp site in dry conditions at drivers own risk. Walk-in access approximately 400m uphill pathway. Campfires are not available during fire ban season. Dogs permitted on leash.
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Gold Coast Tree Houses

6 sites · Lodging54 acres · Austinville, QLD
Gold Coast Tree Houses in Austinville, halfway between the beautiful Beaches and thriving suburbs of the Gold Coast, and to Springbrook national park with its stunning and diverse rainforest walks, views and waterfalls. Twenty to thirty minutes from beautiful natural places in the Hinterland like Natural Bridge and the Springbrook waterfalls and lookouts. Thirty minutes from Coolangatta airport and the Gold Coast beaches. All buildings are ,Check in times are from 3pm and check out is by 10am. Gold Coast Tree Houses are completely surrounded by bush while having amazing views, both of the surrounding hills and the Gold Coast city and water itself. Gold Coast Tree Houses offer a different type of experience, one in which the guests become part of the landscape by staying in luxuriously unique and intimate Three levelled tree Houses. The Tree Houses are a true eco-friendly experience being 100% off grid, using Electricity from solar and battery while still giving you modern comforts and Gas for instant hot water and cooking. The water is clean, with no added chemicals, being non treated, locally caught pristine rainwater. Our grey water is treated onsite as best as possible to nourish the soil and not to pollute it. Access to a stunning communal pool, with a large jetted Spa joined together with a large entertaining deck all overlooking the Gold Coast city view and Hinterland. *Gold Coast Tree Houses provides a boutique and intimate experience with nature. An abundance of wild life with also an intimate array of domestic free ranging birds and farm animals to enjoy. Amazing three levelled tree Houses with galvanized spiral staircases going all the way up to the third level bathing area and viewing deck. Bottom level being disability friendly and sleeping options on the lower and middle level. Our Full Terms and Conditions of the stay can be found on our website. www.goldcoasttreehouses.com.au This will include further details of the entry requirements, holding deposit of $500 and the holding card and Id requirements.
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Deep Gateway

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · Collins Creek, NSW
​Our property is nestled in a valley with green rolling hills peppered by trees. We are a 15 minute drive from Kyogle where you can pick up supplies and groceries, and check out the quaint artisans' shops and country markets, visit several iconic lookouts and enjoy the cafes. Explore the abundant wonders of the rainforest throughout the ​nearby Border Ranges National Park, which is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. It features a large area of wilderness with untouched rainforest and unique plants and animals connected to the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana. This site is situated at the base of The Helmet, a culturally significant woman’s mountain. Come and pitch a tent or swing in your camper. The site is in its early beginnings, as we are converting an open paddock into a nursery and food forest. The two campsites are all situated close to the dam. There is currently no amenities so you need to be a self-contained camper with your own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water. (There is some availability of rainwater that’s collected at the nursery). ​Pets are welcome to camp with you. So long as they don’t disturb the wildlife💚
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Luxury cabins near Boonah guide

Overview

In South East Queensland, not far from Brisbane and Surfers Paradise is Boonah. Its name is derived from the local Yugarapul word for bloodwood tree or acacia and it offers an unparalleled outdoor experience for campers. Boonah serves as a gateway to the serene waters of Lake Moogerah, where caravan and tent campers can go kayaking and freshwater fishing for golden perch and eel-tailed catfish. Or navigate through the rugged trails of Main Range National Park, then stay the night in developed camping areas with stunning views of the Great Dividing Range. Dare to go off-the-grid with more bush camping at Mount Barney National Park. Explore its majestic peaks, cliffs for rock climbing, and unique fauna and flora for a quintessential Australian camping adventure.

Where to go

Lake Moogerah

Less than 20 kilometres west of Boonah is Lake Moogerah, also known as Moogerah Dam. In addition to private caravan parks in the area, Moogerah Peaks National Park on the lake’s northern shores offers two on-site campsites. Walk-in tent pitches are at Frog Buttress, a grassy area set among an open eucalypt forest with toilets and picnic tables. Vehicle camping for campervans is next to Mount French car park. After finding a pitch, go wakeboarding, tubing, fishing, canoeing, or swimming in the lake. Rock climbing on the park’s volcanic peaks is a popular activity too.

Main Range National Park

Part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia Wild Heritage Area, Main Range National Park inspires awe among campers exploring its rocky ridges and the Great Dividing Range. A short walk to Governors Chair delivers an incomparable panorama of the surrounding area. A popular bushwalking destination, Main Range has developed camping areas in Spicers Gap and Goomburra for tent pitches and caravan camping. Water availability and quality can vary based on season and rainfall, so it’s advisable to bring your own drinking water.

Mount Barney National Park

Experienced bushwalkers will delight in spotting rare animals and plant species when bush camping in Mount Barney National Park, home to one of the highest peaks in Queensland. Walk-in pitches with no facilities in the rugged mountain landscapes are truly off-the-grid. Camping areas include Ballow Creek Junction in a rainforest setting, Barrabool amid rocky outcrops, and Montserrat Lookout on the summit. Walking routes range from moderate to very steep, challenging skilled wilderness explorers with rewarding vantage points.

When to go

Camping near Boonah is generally best enjoyed from April to October. Temperatures are milder with daytime highs in the low 20s and overnight lows around 5℃. And, there’s considerably less rainfall compared to the hot summer season when temperatures regularly exceed 40℃. Snakes and ticks tend to be more common during warmer spring and summer months, which coincides with Australia’s monsoon season. If camping in these seasons, come prepared with rainwear.

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