Beach camping in Queensland with hot tubs

Rainforests, surf beaches, waterfalls, mountains and easy access to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

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3 top beach campgrounds in Queensland with hot tubs

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Bare Haven Retreat

6 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Hervey Bay, QLD
A private naturist/ nude only ( sarong for the new to naturism till comfortable) property 2 minutes walk from Dundowran Beach with a heated pool , hot tub outdoor shower and fire pit it is a place of quiet retreat and reflection with natural harmony with nature. a place of peace and restoration while enjoying the freedom of being naked in tune with your tropical surroundings this is the place for you . Power and water is available the host lives on sight and is available if assistance is required we can accommodate rv's and vans up to 8 metres there is also a tent site
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Happy Haven

2 sites · RVs, Tents18 acres · Kiels Mountain, QLD
Centrally located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast , just 10 minutes to beaches, and 20 minutes to Montville. Come and enjoy all the Sunshine Coast has to offer.Totally secluded and private with a beautiful scenic outlook. Camping:Can accommodate up to three caravans or camper trailers. Powered sites with En-suite.We only take one booking at a time, so You can enjoy the space on your own or share with family and friends.Totally private, powered site with panoramic views. Ensuite with claw foot bathtub, shower, toilet and vanity. Bar fridge, fire pit, shelter with picnic table. Share the site with family and friends. Children 5 and under stay free. Children 5 to 16 are $10 per night. Can accommodate up to three tents, camper trailers or caravans.(We only accept weekly bookings during school holidays.)Happy Hut:Located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast enjoy the peace and tranquility of the countryside while being only 12 minutes to local beaches, Happy Hut is a unique camp site featuring a bamboo hut with wood fired oven, wood fired pizza oven, gas cooker, large fridge/ freezer, sink with running water. Fire pit. Under cover area with lounge and coffee table. The camp site also has an ensuite with hot shower, flushing toilet, and vanity. There is enough room for 3 to 4 caravans , camper trailers or tents. We only take one booking per site suitable for up to 12 people.
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Pinbarren RV Clamping

2 sites · Lodging5 acres · Pinbarren, QLD
Glamping Motorhome Bus on 5 acres offering open fire, private tropical outside shower, creek and forest, pool all year round and hot tub during the cooler winter months. There is limited firewood available, but plenty to collect from our forrest. One housetrained dog welcome, fees apply Short drive off the highway, minutes to Pomona and close to Boreen Point, Cooran, Kin Kin, Cooroy, Eumundi. Enjoy a climb up to Mt Cooroora, canoe the everglades. Everglade tours from Habitat Noosa, Boreen Point, highly recommended.
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Beach camping in Queensland with hot tubs guide

Overview

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

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

Rainforest, or head inland to the wonders of

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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