Treehouses in Queensland with showers

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

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3 top treehouses sites in Queensland with showers

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Platypus Bush Camp

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Finch Hatton, QLD
The Platypus Bush Camp is nestled within the enchanting lowland palm-rivine rainforest of Finch Hatton Gorge. The stunning creek that meanders through the property provides fantastic swimming spots. The property boasts modern amenities such as flush toilets, stunning rainforest showers, inviting picnic and dining spots, a fully equipped kitchen, and a charming dining hut, all set amidst the lush natural beauty of the rainforest and crystal clear creeks. Accomodation options include:
 - 10 unpowered sites available which suit a variety of set ups - please refer to each site description for specific site size and RV details. - 6 unpowered tent sites in a common grassed area - no vehicles are permitted on the grassed area. - 2 huts with provided bedding. Pets are welcome - as long as they are well behaved and owners clean up after them. There is a central fire pit for use. The property is located in the scenic Pioneer Valley just outside Mackay, Queensland. It's conveniently located 2 kilometres from the breathtaking Finch Hatton Gorge in the Eungella National Park. Just 1 hour drive from Mackay and 2 hours from Airlie Beach.

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Gold Coast Tree Houses

6 sites · Lodging54 acres · Austinville, QLD
Gold Coast Tree Houses in Austinville, halfway between the beautiful Beaches and thriving suburbs of the Gold Coast, and to Springbrook national park with its stunning and diverse rainforest walks, views and waterfalls. Twenty to thirty minutes from beautiful natural places in the Hinterland like Natural Bridge and the Springbrook waterfalls and lookouts. Thirty minutes from Coolangatta airport and the Gold Coast beaches. All buildings are ,Check in times are from 3pm and check out is by 10am. Gold Coast Tree Houses are completely surrounded by bush while having amazing views, both of the surrounding hills and the Gold Coast city and water itself. Gold Coast Tree Houses offer a different type of experience, one in which the guests become part of the landscape by staying in luxuriously unique and intimate Three levelled tree Houses. The Tree Houses are a true eco-friendly experience being 100% off grid, using Electricity from solar and battery while still giving you modern comforts and Gas for instant hot water and cooking. The water is clean, with no added chemicals, being non treated, locally caught pristine rainwater. Our grey water is treated onsite as best as possible to nourish the soil and not to pollute it. Access to a stunning communal pool, with a large jetted Spa joined together with a large entertaining deck all overlooking the Gold Coast city view and Hinterland. *Gold Coast Tree Houses provides a boutique and intimate experience with nature. An abundance of wild life with also an intimate array of domestic free ranging birds and farm animals to enjoy. Amazing three levelled tree Houses with galvanized spiral staircases going all the way up to the third level bathing area and viewing deck. Bottom level being disability friendly and sleeping options on the lower and middle level. Our Full Terms and Conditions of the stay can be found on our website. www.goldcoasttreehouses.com.au This will include further details of the entry requirements, holding deposit of $500 and the holding card and Id requirements.
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AU$370
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Daintree Crocodylus

4 sites · Lodging21 acres · Cow Bay, QLD
Stay with us and re-wild, re-earth, and reconnect on a Daintree Rainforest immersion like no other!  Secluded on our own 21 acres of pristine rainforest our place lets you get up close and personal with the jungle.  Come experience the wonders of this ancient world and reconnect with nature in the raw, reigniting your inner-wild when you stay in one of our Safari Huts right under the jungle canopy, the sights, sounds, and smells of the Daintree Rainforest right at your doorstep - no air conditioners or manicured lawns in sight - just the real rainforest!
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AU$99
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Treehouses in Queensland with showers 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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