Bell tents near Caloundra with wildlife watching

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3 top bell tents sites near Caloundra with wildlife watching

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Noosa Everglades Reatreat/Camping

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Cooroibah, QLD
Nestled within the Cooloola region within of the Great Sandy National Park, the Noosa Everglades is a spectacular network of pristine waterways and wetlands connecting the Northern Noosa River onto the Sunshine Property. Our property is along side the Noosa River and we are one of only two private owned property's within the Cooloola region. With Kayaking, Camping, Walking tracks and alot more to do! We are home to 1 out of 2 everglades in the whole world!! Noosa Everglades Eco Retreat was founded by Peter and Deborah Gilbert, they stumbled across the property nestled in the Coolola National Park in 1993 and have shared this special location with family and friends over the years. In 2022 they have decided to share the unique property with guest from all around the world. Come and experience The Noosa Everglades, one of only two everglades systems on Earth, is a world of water, wilderness and wonder in the upper reaches of the Noosa River.
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AU$55
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Nine Mountains Glamping

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Rocksberg, QLD
NEW TO NINE MOUNTAINS! *TWO ROLL TOP, CLAW FOOTED BATHS WITH HOT AND COLD WATER. UNDER COVER WITH VIEWS TO THE GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS! Nine Mountains is a very unique, private Glamping experience. The property is 20 acres, 2/3 0f which is protected. The site is level, north facing with a steep gradient below, that allows expansive views of the Glasshouse Mountains and Moreton Bay. The Glamping site is on a level cut area and has its own amenities, with shower and toilet. Kitchen with sink, cooking utensils and BBQ and gas hot plate. An outdoor fire pit with one barrow of wood supplied. Additional barrow/s for $20 each. Your 5 metre Bell tent is beautifully appointed with queen bed and luxurious bamboo linen. Decorated in a Boho theme with rugs and cushions. 12V charging for your mobile by your bed. There are plenty of seating options including indoor/ outdoor beanbags, directors chairs and table and swinging hammocks. Everything you need is provided. Just bring personal items. Bring your own food or you can order food packs with 24 hours notice. A continental breakfast is complimentary with toast, cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juice. Tea and Coffee amenities are available at your leisure. A 4x4 or All wheel drive vehicle will get you to the site. Otherwise parking is provided and we will transport you to the site.
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AU$250
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Wappa Wunya Off-Grid Glamping

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Yandina, QLD
THE BELL TENT SPACE Step inside the Wappa Wunya’s glamping bell tent and immerse yourself in a realm of rustic luxury. At its heart lies a comfortable king-sized memory foam bed, made up in soft linens, promising nights of blissful rest. A chill-out nook beckons with plush velvet beanbags, inviting you to unwind and lose yourself in the pages of books or engage in lively board games. A thoughtfully stocked buffet cupboard houses cutlery, crockery, and cookware, alongside pantry basics to accommodate for all your cooking needs. For entertainment, a dvd projector is provided where you can watch the movie of your choice against the canvas, or connect to the Bluetooth speaker to listen to your favourite tunes. In the evening, the ambient lighting from fairy lights and the flickering glow of battery operated candles transforms the bell tent in to a captivating atmosphere. THE OUTDOOR SPACE Nestled amidst the bushland is a rustic gazebo for all your cooking and dining needs. Fully equipped with a brand new Weber BBQ, cooking utensils, rustic ice boxes stocked with ice, and a partially surrounding breakfast bar, the area invites you to gather on cushioned stools, creating a warm and communal atmosphere. The outdoor fire pit, supplied with fire wood and fire starters, overlooks the bushland from the comfort of the contemporary-retro, cushioned outdoor seating. Immerse yourself in the soothing warmth of the outdoor wood-fired bath. Epsom salts infused with aromatic essential oils are provided, ensuring a truly therapeutic soak. The private rustic ensuite houses a hot water shower, using rain water collected by tanks, and a chemical toilet, providing an authentic off-grid experience. Placed beneath the leafy canopy are two comfortable bean bags, creating a relaxing seating area to enjoy a drink or a good book. Ride and explore the Yandina township, the local brewery, hidden rock pools, walking tracks, or mountain hikes using the two brand new bikes provided. Don’t forget the markets that are on every Saturday!
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AU$170
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Bell tents near Caloundra with wildlife watching guide

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Camping near Caloundra, Queensland is a great way to experience the beauty of Australia's wildlife while enjoying the comfort of a bell tent. With over 70 available options, Hipcamp has got you covered. Top campsites like Relaxing Rural Retreat (195 reviews), 700 Acres - The Coote Family Property (102 reviews), and Black Cockatoo Valley (37 reviews) offer campfires, pet-friendly accommodations, and rubbish disposal. If you're looking for activities, enjoy autumn fun, fishing, hiking and more. Average prices per night are around $25, with options as low as $15.

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