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OZ SKY RANCH
48 sites · RVs, Tents350 acres · Boyland, QueenslandOz Sky Ranch is set on 350+ acres in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland, just outside of...
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Nyalar Mirunganah Nature Refuge
21 sites · RVs, Tents470 acres · North Branch, QueenslandNEW 2022 We now have several secluded bush camp sites as alternatives to our more 'civilised'...
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Lakeview
25 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Beachmere, QueenslandLakeview is situated near the seaside village of Beachmere on just under 50 picturesque acres of Australian bushland, 45 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and 10 minutes off the Bruce Highway.Experience the stunning vistas by the three billabongs while nestled in nature. Take nature walks, canoe and swim. Enjoy the flora, native animals and abundant birdlife or just relax by the campfire with the cooling sea breezes to add to the comfort and laid back lifestyle beside your own private open fire.You can have the best of both worlds, the bush on one hand and the bay on the other with Caboolture river boat ramp just 5 minutes away, giving you access to Moreton Bay. So why not kick back and relax away from the stress of city life.Lakeview is a private property not a commercial business, Lakeview is suitable for self-sufficient campers. There are no amenities so you need to bring or hire your own. All payments are accepted as a donation to help maintain the grounds for our extended Lakeview family.  Dogs permitted, see our FAQs in Property Rules.Campfires permitted, see our FAQs in Property Rules.Firewood is available to purchase, see our FAQs in Property Rules.
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Hope Valley
25 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1375 acres · Amamoor Creek, Queensland4WD Recommended - our driveway's currently very rough after all the rain and you need to drive...
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Adavale Farm
53 sites · RVs, Tents360 acres · QueenslandWelcome to Adavale Farm! Peaceful rural beef & dairy operations. Scenic views from the campsites. Enjoy bird watching by the creeks or just relax around the campfire. Some campsites overlook some of the dams. Enjoy a swim as the dams are almost full. It's a wonderful place to go star gazing and we offer plenty of fun activities around the farm. Come and experience Australian farming life at our farm. Meet our friendly animals of many varieties. TOILETS available at some of our campsites.
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The Rustic Resort Wamuran
11 sites · RVs, Tents90 acres · Wamuran, QueenslandWe are a 90acre private property who raise cattle and goats and have opened up to campers who, like us, prefer and love peace and nature and like to keep their surroundings beautiful and enjoyable for everyone else. Most of our sites are nestled on different levels between trees and bush , and whilst you may not see your neighbours the bush unfortunatly is not sound proof. Due to the unique surroundings we offer, we require you to be extra vigilant with fire safety and to consider your neighbouring campers and our neighbours by observing our no loud music and quiet time of 10pm rules. If this may be a problem for you, please do not book our sites. Full rules are available during booking before you pay and on a tree in each site, we kindly ask you read and agree with them before booking. To all of our wonderful regular campers, we say thank you. We love hosting you on our property and look forward to see you again in the future. After the persistent rain this year, all of our property is advertised as 4WD only, exception is the Dam via gate 4 and Didjabringyabeeralong as it has no particular steep or sloped entry. We affectionately call our property "The Rustic Resort". This is a tribute to the rusty water tanks and dilapidated animal shelters that were left behind when we moved in. Our farm was part of a thriving rural property in the 1920's. It used to be a dairy farm and then a banana farm. We now raise goats and cattle. All of our sites have a fire pit and you are welcome to have a campfire while there is no fire ban. in place. Most sites are within easy walking distance from a toilet. The Secret Hideaway and Loki's lair however have a fairly long walk to the toilet, should this be unmanageable for you, please make sure you bring your own camping toilet as we get rather upset with holes or waste in the bush. Our property is dog-friendly to responsible dog owners, has a large farm dam that never runs dry, (NO fishing please as we use this for livestock and swimming dam only, and the last thing we need is hooks in peoples or animals feet. ) it is wonderful for a refreshing swim, there is a ladder to make it easy to get into the dam and there are floating noodles for your use during the summer months, feel free to bring your paddle boards and canoes. We are centrally located to explore the Glass house mountains, Stoney creek, Rocky holes, Bribie island, Woodford, Mt Mee, Montville, Maleny and much much more. We are 10 minutes from Woodford and the wonderful Woodford Folk Festival. Wamuran has an IGA, a wonderful butcher, a bakery, a fish and chip shop and a thai/indian take away. Wamuran holds a local country market every 4th Saturday per month from 7am to midday. There now is a Pizza van in town, 3 out of 4 weekends, look up Deadwood pizza Wamuran to check the dates. Wamuran is less than an hour north from the city, yet you will feel like you are far away. If you have any questions please drop us a message.
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Waterfall and rock pool
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Natural Bridge Retreat
15 sites · RVs, Tents135 acres · Natural Bridge, QueenslandA special camping experience can be enjoyed at this spectacular location in QLD close to the NSW...
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Chookhouse Farmstay
63 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Vale View, QueenslandCHECK IN TIMES October to March Check in time is strictly 2 pm to 5.30 pm September to April ...
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Bottlebrush Cottge
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Noosa Avalon
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, TentsPinbarren, QueenslandTime appears to stand still when you enter this enchanting and secluded property. Its romantic...
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Logan Park Farm
7 sites · RVs, Tents190 acres · Tamrookum, QueenslandLogan Park Farm is an historic 4th generation family farm with beef cattle and cropping set on...
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Tiz Tam Fam Nature Reserve
7 sites · RVs, Tents120 acres · Mount Byron, QueenslandTiz Tam Fam Nature Reserve is a privately owned nature refuge (officially called Green Catbird...
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Riverfront Campsite
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Baffle Creek Retreat
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents112 acres · Baffle Creek, QueenslandLooking for absolute river frontage on beautiful Baffle Creek? Look no further! Our 700m Airstrip...
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All camping options

It’s easy to find a camping spot to suit any interest in a state as large as Queensland. With 7,000 km of Pacific Ocean coastline and a richly diverse interior of everything from ancient rainforests to arid outback landscapes, you'll find plenty of options. Choose from some 1,000 national parks, forests and other protected areas, and a host of other camping sites. From the golden beaches and green hinterland of the Gold Coast in the south to the rugged loneliness of Cape York to the north, and the extraordinary Great Barrier Reef offshore, campers are spoiled for choice.

South East Queensland

With the state capital Brisbane as your starting point, head to Queensland’s first National Park, Lamington National Park (established in 1915), for cooler climes and ancient Gondwana rainforests. The south-east’s subtropical climate means lots of sunshine, perfect for any camping trip.

Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef

Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, with island and mainland camping to suit all, with a choice of 19 National Parks. Don flippers and snorkel and hit the water, explore the 165-million-year-old Daintree Rainforest, or head inland to the wonders of Undara Volcanic National Park to camp near ancient lava tubes.

Sunshine Coast

Living up to its name, the Sunshine Coast basks in its many natural attractions, from 100km of beaches to forested hinterland. Spot koalas in Noosa National Park, take a kayak up-river to camp in the Noosa Everglades, or head north along the beach in the Great Sandy National Park. The volcanic peaks of the Glass House Mountains National Park offer hikers and climbers a challenge.

Whitsundays

From Airlie Beach, take off for the green islands of Whitsunday Islands National Park or stick to the coast, exploring Conway National Park, where you may be joined by rock wallabies. Despite its holiday atmosphere, it’s easy to get away from it all. The best islands for hiking and camping are Whitsunday Island and Hook Island.

Southern Great Barrier Reef Region

Straddling the Tropic of Capricorn, this somewhat under-rated region has much to offer. Visit in summer for turtle nesting and hatching at Mon Repos Conservation Park, or head offshore to Lady Elliot Island. The main towns are Bundaberg and Gladstone, but it’s worth checking out the coastal villages of Agnes Water and 1770 or heading inland to explore the trails and gorges of the spectacular Carnarvon National Park.

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