Glamping near Bramston Beach

Escape Cairns' crowds for this rainforest-fringed beach getaway.

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The Billabong Kuranda

25 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents130 acres · Kuranda, QLD
The Billabong Kuranda is the perfect location for you to explore the surrounding tourism attractions of the Cairns, Kuranda and the Tablelands Region.Reconnect with nature at this unforgettable escape. The Billabong is a campground and events venue sitting on 180 acres of pristine rainforest. We have two gorgeous self-contained tiny homes perched right above our namesake billabong, offering seclusion and comfort, 5 minutes away from the Rainforest village Kuranda.We have the perfect spot waiting for you when you return after a day of sight seeing! Our spacious campgrounds offer plenty of shady and sunny spots perfect for your next stay.The cabins feature a mezzanine level queen bedroom, a kitchenette with microwave, toaster and fridge, a completely open living space with fold out couch for additional guests and a private deck overlooking our beautiful billabong with outdoor shower/bathtub.Easily accessible through the campground entrance, once inside our cabin you will feel totally secluded from the rest of the world: it's just you, the trees and the birds.We have and impressive amount of fire pits around the property and you are welcome to use them throughout your entire stay!Relax and enjoy, we have plenty of space to accommodate your stay.See our friendly campground manager on arrival. See you soon at The Billabong Kuranda!
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Mirimbi Eco Retreat

14 sites · Lodging, Tents14 acres · Kamerunga, QLD
Welcome to Mirimbi Eco Retreat, a haven of natural beauty and cultural significance nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Barron Gorge National Park Walking Track Network. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of our newly installed Tiny Home, a cozy sanctuary equipped with an ensuite and kitchenette, perfect for singles or couples seeking a serene escape. Take a leisurely stroll to the enchanting Stoney Creek and marvel at the cascading Stoney Creek Falls, a picturesque setting that defines the natural splendor of Mirimbi. Our retreat is strategically located near the world-renowned Kuranda Scenic Railway, offering you a chance to embark on a journey through one of the most extraordinary rail experiences on the planet. Adventure awaits with a plethora of activities at your fingertips, from the thrill of Barron River Rafting to the excitement of Smithfield Mountain Bike Park Trail. Delight in the breathtaking Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, providing a unique perspective of the lush rainforest canopy. Conveniently situated just 15-20 minutes from Cairns International Airport, Cairns CBD, Northern Beaches, and Skyrail, Mirimbi Eco Retreat serves as the perfect gateway to countless attractions. The possibilities for exploration are endless, making your stay with us an unforgettable adventure. Please note that Mirimbi Eco Retreat is an ongoing staged development project, destined to evolve into a high-end luxury haven. While we are in development mode, our facilities cater to basic camping needs. Be aware of building materials and ongoing construction activities on the property. Exercise caution, especially with unfenced drop-offs and cliffs. We kindly request campers to take utmost care and control of pets and young children during their stay. For a limited time, we're thrilled to offer an exclusive half-price opening special—experience the magic of Mirimbi for just $250 per night. Revel in the unique cultural essence of Mirimbi, where every corner tells a story and every view is a masterpiece. Come and experience Mirimbi Eco Retreat—an oasis where nature, culture, and luxury converge in perfect harmony. Book now to seize the opportunity to be among the first to bask in the wonders of Mirimbi at an irresistible half-price opening special rate. Your eco-friendly adventure awaits!
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Cairns Gateway B&B Cottage

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Gordonvale, QLD
Cairns Gateway B&B Cottage is nestled within the picturesque Mulgrave Valley, near the town of Gordonvale only half an hour’s drive South of Cairns. We are conveniently located at the Southern entrance to the beautiful Atherton Tablelands.Our smoke-free fully self-contained one bedroom cottage is situated next to our home on our one acre property. We are close to Cairns, the Atherton Tablelands, local attractions, tour pick-ups, golf courses and bus stops.Swimming PoolLocated on AcreageTropical and Herb GardensPrivate BBQ & Patio Area
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AU$150
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Hillcrest hideaway Cottage

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Jaggan, QLD
Hillcrest hideaway Cottage is a three bedroom cottage on our family property, 7 minutes drive to MALANDA. There is a yard area and parking area available with the booking. The house is facing opposite the main house which allows for privacy and own access. It's a nice quiet farming area for walking down country roads and plenty of wildlife around including tree kangaroos and cassowaries.
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Ginya Mija Wamban (Camp I Built)

3 sites · Lodging4 acres · Wondecla, QLD
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this Country, the Jirrbal People, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we stand today, and pay our respects to their Elders past , present and future. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples . Come and escape to our stunning off-grid cabin in Wondecla, located in the serene Atherton Tablelands. Surrounded by beautiful gum trees in a natural setting, it's the perfect destination for those seeking tranquillity and relaxation. Our host has expertly constructed the cabin from a combination of recycled and new materials, featuring large windows that offer breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape. Booking the cabin grants you exclusive use of the entire campsite, and you have the option to invite friends and family to join you for a small fee. The cabin itself provides a peaceful retreat, equipped with a comfortable bed, fresh linens, and all the amenities you need to feel at home. Powered entirely by a solar 12v system, the cabin provides a sustainable off-grid living experience. Wake up to the sounds of nature, step out onto your private deck, and take in the breath-taking views of the surrounding wildlife. Our campsite offers a range of amenities, including a large fire pit for cosy evenings and a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen for preparing meals. The outdoor shower is spacious, providing a unique experience of showering under the stars. We source hot water from rainwater tanks or the nearby creek during dry seasons, so you can still enjoy a warm shower even while off-grid. Surrounded by stunning natural beauty, with gum trees towering overhead and the sounds of birds and wildlife in the background, it's the perfect place to relax, unwind and reconnect with nature. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family holiday or a peaceful retreat, our beautiful cabin in Wondecla is the perfect choice. We ask that you respect the property and please leave it like you found it and take your rubbish with you...thank you! We can't wait to welcome you to Ginya Mija Wamban! Here are some attractions that are within a one-hour radius of Herberton, a town located in the Atherton Tablelands region of Queensland, Australia: Atherton Tablelands: A scenic region with opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and scenic drives. Millaa Millaa Falls: A stunning waterfall surrounded by lush rainforest and a picnic area. Malanda Falls: Another beautiful waterfall with a swimming hole, picnic area, and scenic walking trails. Curtain Fig Tree: An ancient fig tree that is over 500 years old and one of the largest in the world. Granite Gorge Nature Park: A park where visitors can get up close and personal with rock wallabies and other native animals. Danbulla National Park and Forest Reserve: A park with several scenic walks, picnic areas, and a variety of wildlife. Tinaroo Dam: A dam that offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and water sports. Lake Tinaroo: A popular spot for water sports, fishing, and camping. Innot Hot Springs: A spot known for its natural hot springs and scenic beauty, with opportunities for swimming, relaxing, and exploring the surrounding area. There are also other nearby attractions, such as Lake Eacham, Walkamin Research Station, and Yidyam (Mount Uncle). Kuranda is a small town located in Far North Queensland, Australia, that offers a range of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. Some of the most popular attractions in Kuranda include: Kuranda Scenic Railway: A historic railway that offers a scenic journey through the rainforest. Kuranda Skyrail: A cableway that offers panoramic views of the rainforest and Barron Gorge National Park as it travels from Kuranda to Cairns. Kuranda Village Market: An outdoor market featuring a range of local arts, crafts, and products, as well as food stalls and live entertainment. Butterfly Sanctuary: An indoor sanctuary that is home to a variety of exotic butterfly species, as well as reptiles and birds. Barron Gorge National Park: A park that offers a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, picnicking, and birdwatching. Kuranda Wildlife Experience: A wildlife park that offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals, including kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies. Yungaburra is a small town located in Far North Queensland, Australia, in the Atherton Tablelands region. Some of the popular attractions in Yungaburra include: Yungaburra Heritage Walk: A walk that takes visitors through the town's historic centre and features many of the town's most iconic buildings, including the Yungaburra Hotel and the Old Post Office. Koombooloomba is a lake located near the town of Mount Garnet in the Atherton Tablelands region. The lake and its surroundings are a popular spot for birdwatching, and they are also of cultural significance to the local Indigenous communities.
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On The Wild Side

8 sites · Lodging50 acres · Kalunga, QLD
A basic but clean and tidy fully self contained cabin (amenities block is approx. 30m away from the cabin), built in part of a larger structure, located 100m from the main farm homestead, on a small rise above the bank of the Wild River. Guests are able to access the river which can vary in size depending on the time of the year. There are 100's kms of tracks which can be accessed from the property suitable for mountain biking, hiking, horse riding or motor bikes (we do not allow motor bikes to be ridden on our property other than to come and go while accessing the surrounding State Forest Tracks or main roads). The property is isolated and situated .5 kms away from our nearest neighbours, so is suitable for those who will enjoy a quiet time in nature. Most times of the year it is possible to have a camp fire along side the river. During the wet season it is advisable to have a 4WD or at least a vehicle with higher clearance vehicle to access the property. As a licensed caterer for many years, I am able to provide Meals & Snacks should you require them. We do offer horse rides on 2 of our quiet horses, conditions apply. If you have your own horses that you'd like to bring we can provide you a 4 acre paddock for your horses to use.
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KUR Cow Farm Stay

5 sites · Lodging1500 acres · Kuranda, QLD
Kurcow Farm was once known as Barnwell Farm. Coffee was extensively grown throughout the Kuranda/Myola region in the early 1890's until frosts wiped out large numbers crops in the early 1900's. Robert William Warren purchased portions of the land at Barnwell in the 1890s and established a coffee plantation on the property which was named "Downtown Farm." Dairy cattle were bought to Barnwell by William Henry Barnwell in 1936 and by 1939 he had managed to successfully establish for a dairy farmer and was advertising for a dairy hand with remuneration of 25 shillings per week and keep. Dairy cattle remained on the property until some point following World War II. It has been said that William Henry Barnwell was one of the earliest cattle farmers in the Myola and Kuranda areas to carry Droughtmaster cattle. He was well regarded as a 'cattle man' in the Myola area. Opening to public in August 2018, Barnwell Farm now welcome visitors daily from all over the world. Offering its guests an interactive, Australia cattle experience with a little adventure thrown in also and exquisite cuisine. Our accommodation consist of 2 cabins sleep 2 adult and 2 children, the room is not interconnect but fence with our private court yard for dinning. Price include Petting Zoo entry for 2 adult and 2 children, camping is permitted for inhouse guest only. tent is available for hire. Guided Horse riding and ATV tour is available daily and minimum age is 4 years old for horse riding and 6 years old for ATV. Breakfast and lunch is available on Saturday and Sunday. Sunset Wagyu BBQ offer daily.
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Glamping near Bramston Beach guide

Overview

Just an hour south of Cairns, the sleepy seafront town of Bramston Beach is the perfect antidote to the Far North Queensland tourist trail. Swap big city life for 11 kilometres of pristine, crowd-free beach, where you can swim, stroll, fish, and—if you’re lucky—spot Australian humpback dolphins along the coast. Campers are well served by Bramston’s caravan park and beach campground, both of which offer powered and unpowered sites. You can also snag one of the five beachside tent sites in the Russell River National Park, just north of town, or check into a remote Hipcamp accessible only by 4WD.

Where to go

Wooroonooran National Park 

A 20-minute drive inland brings you to the wild rivers and waterfalls of Wooroonooran National Park, where you can hike through dense rainforest, go canoeing through scenic gorges, or tackle the mountain biking trails of the Misty Mountains. Highlights include the Mamu Tropical Skywalk and Queensland’s highest mountain, Bartle Frere, while campers can choose from three campgrounds with space for tents and camper trailers.

Tully Gorge National Park

Just south of Wooroonooran, the Misty Mountains tumble down into Tully Gorge National Park, where outdoor adventurers can hike, kayak, and go white-water rafting in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. There are also natural swimming holes where you can cool off and two campgrounds with unpowered sites for campervans and motorhomes.

Great Barrier Reef

With easy access to Cairns, Bramston Beach is well situated for discovering the UNESCO-listed Great Barrier Reef. The underwater world of dazzling corals and diverse marine life is best discovered on a snorkelling or scuba diving tour, but you can also cruise the reef on a glass-bottomed boat, camp out on a barrier island, or take a scenic flight.

When to go

The (comparatively) cooler, dryer months of April through November provide the most favourable weather for forays into Queensland’s Far North. This is prime time for snorkelling, diving, and outdoor activities, and coincides with whale-watching season (July-Sept). If you’re hiking and camping in summer (Dec-Feb), come prepared for soaring temperatures, high humidity, and regular downpours.

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