Camping near Brisbane with surfing

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5 top campgrounds near Brisbane with surfing

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Tappy's Tours and Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Point Lookout, QLD
The campsite is situated on the beach, sheltered by the sheoaks in the back dunes. At the rear of the campsite lies a freshwater lagoon, locally known as the keyholes. Currently, two sites are available to be booked. A unique feature includes the opportunity for surfing, fishing, and swimming in your private lagoon. A short drive will take you to Point Lookout. Access is via the beach only and tides are a consideration. Please check "Point Lookout tides" on Willy Weather. I don't normally travel on the beach if the tide is over 1.5 metres.
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AU$100
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Moreton Bay / Burpengary Retreat

4 sites · RVs2 acres · Burpengary East, QLD
Two acres of semi rural organic hobby farm, the property is quiet, very private and secure. There is one long stay site behind a hedge surrounded on one side by Australian native trees and the other site is close by the back shed providing privacy on three sides. Both bookings are minimum 5 days. You may hear the sound of the rooster or ducks in the back paddock or cows past the property's back fence but you're more likely to hear the sound of native birds. You can purchase fresh free range chook and duck eggs or sample the latest fruit from the trees or fresh grown vegetables when available.
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AU$40
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Elimbah - Caboolture

1 site · RV1 acres · Elimbah, QLD
Welcome to a semi rural safe night with swimming pool access, gas BBQ and outdoor covered lounge/dining area with table tennis. Families welcome. No extra cost for children/teens. Please supervise little ones in the pool area and gently open and close glass doors surrounding pool. Please no picking of fruit or herbs on the property. At sunset, switch on the fairy lights and enjoy a peaceful atmosphere surrounded by a vast paperbark forest. The property is within close proximity to town, beaches, Australia zoo, Maleny and Montville and Bribie Island. Located 1 hour from Brisbane, Caboolture is the gateway to the Sunshine Coast. Beautiful beaches, mountain scenery and quirky country villages. With such diversity in lifestyle and scenic attractions, Caboolture has all the charm and character to delight visitors. The nearby Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology houses a priceless collection of antiques and fine art from around the world with treasures spanning 250,000 years of history. Memories of a more recent bygone era will be rekindled with a visit to Caboolture's Historical Village with its collection of restored buildings. Don't forget the Warplane Museum for those that enjoy vintage aircraft! Take in a little bit of country life at the Caboolture Country Markets Sunday mornings from 6am to 12 pm. PLEASE NOTE: The nearest FREE Dump Site is at the Caboolture Showground, 5 min drive away at 140 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture. Entry is via Gate 2. Sorry, no camping as I don’t provide bathroom facilities. No visitors please. (Insurance and security reasons)
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AU$30
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Nguni Campsite Sunshine Coast

3 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Maleny, QLD
Experience a REAL FARM STAY and discover where your food comes from; why not camp at Tin Shed farm? Situated on100acres of rural land in the Sunshine coast hinterland valley of Crohamhurst. Located approximately 75km from Brisbane and 40 minutes from Sunshine coast local beaches. Close to Maleny and Beerwah – home to Australia zoo. Many other tourist sites such as Mary Caincross Scenic Reserve, Glasshouse Mountain National Park, Buderim Falls, Kondalilla National Park to mention a few. This is a full time working regenerative farm, producing pasture-raised free ranging produce, namely poultry, eggs and beef. We would like to share the property with nature lovers who appreciate the tranquil setting of the spacious, creek frontage, level grass campsite. You will benefit from the EXCLUSIVENESS of this campsite. Bring your family and friends or book for a group. Fire pits are provided. You may purchase split firewood on site. Enjoy a relaxing time around the campfire, take a dip in the flowing creek, or a walk through the rainforest, all while keeping an eye out for the bird life, wallabies, kangaroos and often a shy echidna or two. We encourage you to tune out of technology and to tune into nature, relax and rejuvenate, leaving fully revitalised. PLEASE NOTE - 4WD required. We only accept fully self contained camping, with your own toilet/shower facilities. Guest are required to take all waste with them on departure.
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Glasshouse Mountain Views

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Beerwah, QLD
Small Rural Residential one plus acreage property. Approx 2km from Beerwah Town Ctr. 25 mins to Caloundra and Beaches. Close to Maleny / Montville / Kondalilla Waterfalls. Quiet camping area with various the bush bird life visiting. Sites are grassed with views to the backdrop of Coochin Twins. (Part of the Glasshouse Mtn group) Only a few hundred metres walk to the base. Council Park / playground with play gym just outside thru the side gate for the little kids. [Wet weather leading up to the stay may make the site prone to damage and may not always be accessible. Please check prior to arrival so we don’t disappoint. (The site has a orchard area with a waste water treatment spray-field dispersal. Just be aware as the sprays come on without warning. Rinse off should you come into contact. Water is not potable. Otherwise we welcome you and will endeavour to make your stay as uninterrupted and pleasant as possible. 😊
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AU$35
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Camping near Brisbane with surfing guide

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Looking to camp near Brisbane, Queensland and catch some waves while you're at it? Look no further than Hidden Camp Pie Creek (480 reviews), Buranga Farm (383 reviews), and Maya Nature Park (208 reviews) for tried and true spots. Plus, with popular facilities like pet-friendly sites, toilets, and showers, you'll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Don't miss out on boating, surfing, and wildlife watching opportunities either. Prices start as low as $6 per night, with an average of $40 per night. Start planning your surfing camping trip now!

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