Farm camping near Cardwell

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Clearview

6 sites · RVs, Tents350 acres · Dingo Pocket, QLD
We are a working cattle property with extensive permaculture inspired production gardens. Our goals are towards regenerating the land and being as self sufficient and organic in production as possible. We encourage you leave lasting marks on the farm by being apart of our regeneration, self sufficient projects, we provide the first hand experiences to our farming lifestyle and volunteer our knowledge to encourage everyone to do their part to a more sustainable future. Situated 15 minutes from the North Queensland town of Tully, on record as being the wettest places in Queensland. We also encourage you to explore our 350 acres of bushland, rainforest and open grasslands or used us as a base to explore the surrounding environment including the stunning Tully Gorge National Park or the beautiful Mission Beach and Dunk Island or just chill out and relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the surrounding farmland. Our campsites have near 300-degree views of the surrounding Tully Valley, down private gullies or open grasslands. Other options in the area include sky diving, white water rafting, bush or coastal walking, swimming in pristine fresh or saltwater or star gazing this region has it all. Pets are welcome but must be under control at all times. We have a passion for the environment, agriculture and reducing the amount of waste created by humans, we try to reuse and repurposing as much of our own and others waste as possible. You can follow our progress to transform our farm on the Facebook page Clearview - Tully. We are fully off-grid, so you will need to be fully self-contained, a dump point and laundry mat is available in Tully if required. Campfires permitted.
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AU$17
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Mena Creek River Retreat Camp

11 sites · RVs, Tents19 acres · Germantown, QLD
Our campsites are on a private horse property with pristine creek access and a beautiful spring. We are dog friendly.Enjoy beautiful grassed areas overlooking the property, or down by the creek, accessible to all campers.Please note that property access is generally suited to 4WDs, with some areas ok if you're towing a camping trailer with high clearance. Please check with us if unsure or if the weather has not been favourable.Please be mindful of our neighbours when driving to our property as there is a short distance of dirt, please drive slow not to kick up dust past the neighbouring houses. When you arrive at our property please be mindful of small children and animals roaming the grounds. There are pristine creek views from most of the camp sites, meaning you will be waking to the lovely sound of running water. There is also a beautiful spring for swimming. We are dog friendly, and can offer pet sitting. We ask you to please text us your arrival times the night before you are coming to make sure your arrival time will suit and to check on the weather for access.Children under 7 stay for free.
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Mungalla Station

14 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Forrest Beach, QLD
Mungalla Cattle Station Camp (125kms north of Townsville, near Forest Beach) Campers MUST provide car registration details at time of booking.If you have your own tent, van or RV come and camp! Small dogs welcome. Flat sites, suitable for caravans and 2WD. Guests are welcome to use the worker's toilets and showers, though please keep in mind these are very basic if self-contained greywater can be dispersed on the ground.Mungalla Station is a historic cattle station near Ingham in North Queensland. Come and share a unique experience of the culture and history of Mungalla Station and its Aboriginal owners.Guests can meet the Nywaigi Aboriginal people, the Aboriginal traditional owners of the lands around Ingham in North Queensland. Experience our rich culture and history.Explore the property established by James Cassady, who fled the potato famine of Ireland and created a pastoral dynasty. Visit the birthplace of the world-famous Droughtmaster cattle breed, the original homestead, the graves of James Cassady and his son.Children under 6 stay for free. Do not include them at time of booking.We ask campers to please try to arrive before it gets dark. Please read all information provided carefully and only contact your host if absolutely necessary.
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AU$25
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Hinchinbrook View

2 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Macknade, QLD
Park up amongst the Mango Tree orchard on manicured lawn with views to Hinchinbrook Island. Ideal spot to base yourself while exploring Lucinda, The Palm Islands and Wallaman Falls or for a quick over nighter. Plenty of room to spread out.
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Te Pamu Resort - Mission Beach

8 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Tully, QLD
Welcome to Te Pamu, your ultimate boutique camping destination nestled just 10 minutes away from Mission Beach town centres. Spread across a few acres of pristine paradise, Te Pamu offers a perfect blend of tranquility, nature, and convenience. Whether you prefer powered sites with water hook-ups or the freedom of free-camping, we've got you covered. Immerse yourself in the serene bush surroundings dotted with flourishing fruit trees, where the symphony of nature sets the tone for a peaceful retreat. At Te Pamu, relaxation is effortless, and the possibilities for adventure are endless. One of the highlights of Te Pamu is our expansive swimable lagoon and sandy beach, inviting you to indulge in a day of refreshing dips and laid-back lounging. Whether you're unwinding solo, with friends, or with family, our idyllic setting promises a memorable escape. Your hosts, Clay and Aimee, embody the spirit of warmth and hospitality, ensuring that your stay is nothing short of exceptional. From assisting with your setup to providing local tips and recommendations, they're here to make your experience seamless and enjoyable. Te Pamu is not just a camping spot; it's a haven for everyone, including your furry companions. We welcome dogs with open arms, making sure that your entire family can revel in the joys of outdoor living. Whether you arrive in a camper, caravan, or tent, you'll find ample space to park your rig or set up your gear. At Te Pamu, we embrace diversity and cater to campers of all kinds, fostering a community where everyone feels at home. Come and experience the magic of Te Pamu, where every moment is infused with serenity, adventure, and the simple pleasures of life amidst nature's embrace. Book your stay with us now and unlock an unforgettable camping experience like no other. Ablutions are coming soon, for now bring your own toilet and shower set-ups.
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AU$50
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Hidden Valley Cabins

8 sites · Lodging8 acres · Paluma, QLD
At Hidden Valley Cabins you’ll find three generations of our family, living a simple eco-friendly life and ready to welcome you into our home. We are passionate about wellness, nature, and the biodiversity around us, and strive to educate our visitors from all over the world. Off Grid eco retreat, in Australian bushland. The property itself is on 8acres of untouched Australian bushland but surrounded by 55000acres or cattle station, with a River twisting and turning all through the Valley where we sit. There is a beautiful Gorge 10 mins down the road, countless walking/hiking trails and beautiful waterholes and waterfalls to find and enjoy! Hidden Valley Cabins offers a range of educational eco-tours including day tours from the resort and all-inclusive tours with meals, accommodation and transfers from Townsville. Explore the local area with a personal guide, adding to the Australian bush experience and cover the unique animals, ecosystems and landscape within the Hidden Valley area.
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AU$179
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Julanne's Forest

1 site · RV, Tent8 acres · Belvedere, QLD
Set in the tropical rainforest on 4 hectares. Julanne's Forest was planted 40 years ago as Cassowary habitat and to encourage a return of local species (both Flora and Fauna). Set high on the banks of Utchee Creek. This is wild rainforest regrowth with wait-a-while, birds and critters abounding. The campground is a mowed area in the paddock. No toilet. 4WD access recommended - essential when wet.
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Herbert River Valley

10 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Abergowrie, QLD
The serene and beautiful Herbert River awaits your visit to enjoy the breathtaking views the valley offers. Base yourself with us and explore the Yammanie National Park along the Herbert River. Gowerie creek has never stopped running in 60 years fed from the Mountains back towards Cardwell this creek presents beauty in every aspect.
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Mukundi Farm

6 sites · RVs6 acres · Peacock Siding, QLD
Mukundi Farm is a 6 acre property in cane farmers land, boarded by spectacular mountain view. It's a flat grassy space where you can park and set up where you like. There are sheep grazing next door, please respect the privacy of the neighbourhood. There are no amenities here so campers will need to be self-contained and leave no trace. Please take all rubbish with you. Campers will enjoy a lovely nearby drive up Mount Fox - a rising above surrounding eucalypt woodlands where you can find an ancient volcano with a large crater. The Stone River flows near by, which is good for relaxing and enjoying the crystal clear water. Wallaman fall is also close by. The property is located 15 minutes out of Ingahm and under 2 hours out of Townsville. Nice tropical weather. Safe neighbourhood. Very peaceful and relaxing. If wet, vehicles may be bogged. If it rains excessively, keep on high ground.
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AU$39
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Mission Beach Farm Stay

1 site · Lodging160 acres · Mission Beach, QLD
The property is a tropical fruit farm, zoned 'rural' and is nestled amongst other banana farms and small acreages. The property has mountain, rainforest and farm views. We live on a country road. It is very peaceful and quiet at night. Great for star gazing, as there is low light pollution. You can walk to the beach in around 10-15 minutes. Shops are a little further and include post office, tourist information, restaurants and cafes, clothing, massage, Lennie's fruit shop and a small supermarket. You can purchase take away alcohol from The Tavern in the main shopping area. Woolworth supermarket, chemist, banks and bottles-shops are in Wongaling, about 10 a minute drive.
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AU$205
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If you're looking to go camping near Cardwell, Queensland, Hipcamp has over 280 options for you to choose from. With campsites like Crystal Creek (424 reviews), Bee Haven (196 reviews), and Crystal Ridge (112 reviews), you're guaranteed to find a great spot. Whether you're into fishing, autumn fun, or off-roading (OHV), you'll have plenty to keep you entertained. Plus, popular facilities like pets, campfires, and toilets make your camping experience even more enjoyable. Prices start as low as $15 per night, with an average price of $30 per night. Happy camping!

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