Camping near Cedar Grove with surfing

Discover ancient rainforests and mountain biking adventures when camping near Cedar Grove.

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The Sleepy Hollow Manor Estate

71 sites · RVs, Tents270 acres · Sleepy Hollow, NSW
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ ALL OF OUR BIO ITS LONG BUT YOU'LL GET ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED! We are also available for Weddings, Birthdays and other functions. Speak to us about using us for a working space for corporate or business trips, Collaborations and more......... You may of already seen us on TV? - The Weekender - Creek to Coast - The Great Outdoors - ABC Landline Find us on Instagram: the_sleepy_hollow_manor_estate *map is here on pinned stories* Facebook: The Sleepy Hollow Manor Estate Find us on google maps. Please read our full property profiles for further information We are "The Sleepy Hollow Manor Estate" located in the heart of the breathtaking Sleepy Hollow Valley which is hidden snugly between the small seaside town of Pottsville and the Tweed Valley... Once you're here you feel all your worries and stress drift away as you unwind and relax in the Manor estate and its surrounds. A farm stay with a difference with a primitive camping style Enjoy the peace and tranquillity as you hear the birds or just sit watching the water trickle through the creeks and waterholes. We have turtles and platypus and array of wildlife on our grounds.
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The Tweed River Retreat

4 sites · RVs, Tents300 acres · Murwillumbah, NSW
Nestled in the hills of Uki at the foothills of Mt Warning (Woolumbin) - We are a 300 acre cattle farm with a mixture of grazing land and rainforest. However, everyones favourite part of the property is the flat, manicured campsite where the Door Doon Creek meets the Tweed River. With easy access to Kyogle road this 2 acre campsite offers absolute river frontage, landscaped gardens, fireplaces and enough room to get away from it all. Relax and unwind by the river or explore the many options on your doorstep, including Fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking (plenty of river to paddle, or Clarrie Hall Dam is 900m up the road). There are also many bike and walking tracks literally on your doorstep as well as the Murwillumbah Rail Trail less than 25 mins away. The other HUGE attraction to recently open is the world class UKI MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK (about a 4 min drive). Feel free to ask us for the best local swimming holes, waterfalls, and hiking tracks around the area. PLEASE NOTE: There are public toilets at the village of UKI just 2kms up Kyogle Rd.
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The Kirell Coastal Hideout

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Gold Coast, QLD
Nestled in a wildlife corridor, our 1.4 acre property is surrounded by trees and nature. There are two campsites separated by a communal picnic table and fire pit which ensures your privacy. There is also a toilet block with a toilet. The spot is located in the backyard, away from the main house where the owners live. A stone's throw to everything the Gold Coast has to offer. Less than 10 minutes to Tallebudgera, Palm Beach and Currumbin beaches, 15 minutes to swimming holes and waterfalls in the hinterland and to the thriving restaurant and nightlife scene in Burleigh or Coolangatta. 30 minutes to the heart of Surfer's Paradise, 45 minutes to Byron Bay. 5 minutes to supermarkets and shopping at The Pines and 19th Ave shops. As we are in a nature corridor, please ensure you do not collect firewood from the property grounds and take your trash out with you. There is a petrol station around the corner (corner of 19th Ave and Guineas Creek Road) with bins, firewood for sale and a water tap. Please note that being 1.4 acres, our property is ideal for overnight stays and using as a base for a trip to the Gold Coast as it is quiet, private and has a stellar location. It is truly seclusion in suburbia. For those who plan to spend most of their time at the campsite and are looking for a much more wild, bush camping experience - we suggest you book a site further inland where you will find larger properties to camp on. Thank you! We look forward to hosting you!
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Tweed Valley Farmhouse Cheeses

4 sites · RVs200 acres · Burringbar, NSW
Tweed Valley Whey Farmhouse Cheeses is a small 100% Australian owned artisan dairy business. Family owned and operated, we run the 100+ head dairy herd which will supply the A grade quality milk for the gourmet cheeses. The Dairy farm is located in the Burringbar Valley, just north of Byron Bay. Burringbar is situated at the entranceway to the Tweed which is also known as the Heartland of Australia's Green Cauldron. The sub-tropical climate allows for lush pasture to be grown all year round. Our pasture based grazing system means you taste the freshness in the milk which flows into the flavours of the local territory in the artisan cheeses.Aside from our 4th generation dairy farm and artisan cheese factorym, we also run a licensed cafe.No tents - RVs/caravans and camper trailers only.We offer several grassy sites on our property, situated in the lush green pastures of the Tweed Valley. We have a retail outlet onsite. Come and order a coffee, cheese platter, wine and local products to enjoy at your site! We're a great place for those travellers looking for a convenient stopover, in a beautiful setting, with nice additional touches. We're close to National Parks, Murwillumbah Arts Precinct, Margaret Olley Art Gallery and Husk Distillery and just 20 mins drive to access the coast from Kingscliff to Byron Bay.We have a toilet on site. Your well-behaved pets welcome too but must be kept on a lead. 
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Tappy's Tours and Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Point Lookout, QLD
The campsite is situated on the beach, sheltered by the sheoaks in the back dunes. At the rear of the campsite lies a freshwater lagoon, locally known as the keyholes. Currently, two sites are available to be booked. A unique feature includes the opportunity for surfing, fishing, and swimming in your private lagoon. A short drive will take you to Point Lookout. Access is via the beach only and tides are a consideration. Please check "Point Lookout tides" on Willy Weather. I don't normally travel on the beach if the tide is over 1.5 metres.
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Ponderosa

20 sites · RVs, Tents21 acres · Sleepy Hollow, NSW
Beautiful well maintained, peaceful beautiful green grass around 4 dams on a old golf coarse, 5mins to Pottsville beach 25mins to Byron bay, 5 mins to Victory Hotel Mooball a pet friendly pub with cold beer and a swimming pool to cool off after a day of adventure 45mins to all the Gold Coast theme parks. All guests must be full self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste with them on departure. Well behaved pets are welcome and campfires are permitted when there are no fire bans in place. Firewood is available for an additional cost. This is the perfect place to put up your feet and have a coldie.
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Serenity in Suburbia

1 site · RV1 acres · Currumbin Waters, QLD
WELCOME TO CURRUMBIN WATERS Nestled at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, our semi-rural suburban acreage in Currumbin invites you to a unique camping experience in the front area (yard) of our permaculture holding. Amongst the serenity of the ancient eucalypt forest, sustainable living, permaculture principles, and environmental conservation define the ethos of our space. During your stay, you'll also notice recycled items strategically placed around the camp area, reflecting our commitment to minimising environmental impact and promoting a eco-conscious lifestyle. PLEASE read the AMENITIES AND THINGS TO NOTE before you make a booking and view all provided photos. Just a scenic 10-minute drive to the beach and 5 minutes into the Valley, our location allows you to explore the wonders of Currumbin. Embark on a journey along the winding road to discover the breathtaking Cougal Cascades, meander through Springbrook National Park, or stumble upon hidden cafes along the way – all within easy reach. WILDLIFE SPOTTING Situated at 43m above sea level, our land boasts a rich abundance of native plants and wildlife. Marvel at the sight of gorgeous and rare parrots, swamp-faced and golden wallabies, koalas, bush-turkeys, possums, water dragons, and echidnas – a testament to our proud position within a vital conservation area. TO SEE AND DO Explore the winding Currumbin Valley and uncover its hidden gems. Take a trip to the beach, home to the renowned Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Nearby attractions include the Rock Pools, Elephant Rock, Balter Brewing Company, Freeman's Organic Farm, Superbee Honeyworld, Surf World Gold Coast, Sanctuary Markets (Friday night food trucks), and Currumbin Alley Surf School, to name just a few. Indulge in the abundance of delicious cafes just minutes down the road. AMENITIES AND THINGS TO NOTE Prior to booking, please review all site photos. This will help you to decide if our site is a right fit for your needs. The site has an 11% off-level terrain. Assistance aids for levelling your vehicle are available. While tents are welcome, please be aware that the ground is hard gravel and 11% off-level. Most suited to 4WD. Camp trailers, Vans, Camper vans, Roof pop tops, Off-road camp trailers, Expedition trailers, All-terrain vans. Arriving in daylight is highly recommended. If it has rained near the time of your booking, a 4WD is recommended especially if you are towing. Not suitable for caravans unless you are highly proficient in reversing your rig 60m uphill. Reversing and pulling into the site as noted in photos is the best way to utilise the site. Trust us, we know! If you lack confidence in doing so, kindly consider alternative options. The illustrated caravan in the photo is 5 meters. Campers must be fully self-contained with their own camping toilet. Please refrain from arriving and asking where the bathroom facilities are. Domestic power (not 3-phase) and cold town water are provided. Leashed small dogs are permitted; however, pet waste must be promptly removed. Campfires are allowed in the provided fire drum unless there is a local fire ban in place. Bring your own firewood for a cozy evening under the stars.
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Amani Acres

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Cobaki, NSW
Simple and peaceful camp area, with a river that runs along side the designated camp. Campers need to bring own toilet facilities as none are on site. Cobaki is away from the hustle and bustle of the Gold Coast but close enough to beautiful surfing & swimming beaches as well as epic fishing.
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Hazy Stays

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Pottsville, NSW
2023 HIPCAMP RUNNER-UP FOR BEST CABIN RENTAL IN AUSTRALIA At Hazy Stays we offer a converted shipping container tiny home and a grassy paddock. We have converted a container into a tiny home overlooking our gardens. Relax and unwind by the outdoor fireplace by night while you enjoy the sunset views over the hills. We are close to shops, restaurants, cafes, beaches, creeks and parks. It is only a short drive to Pottsville town. There is plenty to see and do in the Northern Rivers. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you would like some recommendations. The container has been converted into a tiny liveable space with sustainability and simplicity in mind. Features include a compost toilet, hot shower, toaster, stovetop kettle, fridge, daybed, queen size main bed (linen provided), small deck with an outdoor kitchen and BBQ area. You may like to meet our pet goats or if visiting a farm is what you’re into we can recommend some great local farm tours within a 20 minute drive from here. If you’re looking to experience the rural setting with the convenience of beaches and shops being close by then this is the place for you. This is a unique area in Pottsville and we look forward to hosting. We also offer plenty of space to camp and unwind in a grassy paddock overlooking the dam and hills of Cudgera Creek. We offer a rural setting which is only 5 minutes from Pottsville beach and shops. YOUR PRIVACY IS A PRIORITY. We keep to ourselves and have designed the tiny home to offer a private space to unwind. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us. The main house is approximately 50m from the tiny home. Curtains, tinted reflective glass doors and the positioning of the tiny home offers privacy for our guests. Refer to photos on Hipcamp and our instagram page @hazystays.
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Cabarita Beach Station

1 site · RV, Tent15 acres · Hastings Point, NSW
A 15 acre entire property private sanctuary, where you have the entire property to yourself. Only 950m walk from Australia's best beach (Cabarita Beach, Tourism Australia 2020). Surrounded on 4 sides by National Park. Bliss. Ocean views from the top of the paddock at the campsite. High chance of seeing a koala as located in a conservation zone. Really private place for a campsite, not visible from the road, perfect for a fire and a restful sleep. Very basic, no facilities, please keep your expectations modest.
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Tallebudgera Veg Sanctuary.

18 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · Tallebudgera, QLD
Good Phone reception if you have Telstra. Simple juice cleansing programmes are available by design. WEDDING VENUE IN OUR CHAPEL OR DOWN BY THE WATERS EDGE IN COMPLETE PRIVACY. Call our wedding planner Melissa at celebratedlove .com
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Misty Ridge

4 sites · RVs67 acres · Burringbar, NSW
Come and enjoy some peace and quiet camped aside the dam on this rural farm property. Wake up to the kookaburras or the cattle in the paddock surrounds. The property is located on the northern rivers rail trail for bike riding and walking or within 10minutes from local beaches: Wooyung or Pottsville. Escape within 30minutes to Byron or the Gold Coast or enjoy the charming town of Burringbar and its surrounds with local cafes and shops. Limited spots therefore unlikely to share with many, if any, others Please note this is still a working property and house further along driveway.
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Overview

Part of the larger city of Logan, Cedar Grove sits along Logan River and provides campers with some of the most naturally abundant lands and scenic views in Australia. Stay next to natural attractions in a variety of accommodations—from dispersed swag pitches to safari tents to caravan sites. Tamborine National Park to the west presents a bountiful network of rainforests and unique plant communities while preserving the beauty of Tamborine Mountain. Nearby, Nerang National Park—a mountain-biking paradise—takes campers through extensive tracks and shared trails. South of Cedar Grove, explore Lamington National Park’s untouched rainforest lands on walking paths that wind through waterfalls, creeks, and landscapes.

Where to go

Tamborine National Park

About 30 kilometres west of Cedar Grove, Tamborine National Park beckons with some of the best views of the Gold Coast hinterlands. Encompassing Witches Falls, Queensland’s first national park, Tamborine National Park offers vast systems of rainforest, woodlands, and other plant communities for campers to explore along walking tracks and forest trails for horseback riding. While the park does not permit camping, private campgrounds around Tamborine Mountain welcome tent campers, caravanners, and glampers. Amenities at nearby campsites include flushing toilets, firepits, and pet-friendly day areas, as well as hookups for motorhomes.

Nerang National Park

Nerang National Park is another Gold Coast gem for campers to explore. Take bushwalks and horse rides through the park’s eucalypt forests and rainforests. Best known for its mountain-biking opportunities, the park offers shared trails, including 20 designated cycling trails for all experience levels. Nerang doesn’t allow camping, though the surrounding area provides numerous holiday and camping accommodations for tents and caravans. Amenities include BBQs, laundromats, and free wifi, along with both powered and unpowered sites.

Lamington National Park

Officially designated as one of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, Lamington covers over 20,000 hectares of ancient forests and waterways. Traverse an extensive network of walking tracks to fully explore the grounds, from Gwongoorool to Python Rock. Along with opportunities for remote bushwhacking, Lamington’s designated camping area includes 24 tent or swag sites, 21 campervan sites, and 17 safari tents with shared ensuite pods. A wheelchair-accessible amenities block also includes nine toilets and 10 showers. Check out the communal kitchen, communal fire pit, and community hub to meet the neighbours.

When to go

Due to its year-round temperate weather, it’s always a good time to camp near Cedar Grove. The peak season tends to be summer when average highs hover around 30°C with high humidity and some precipitation. The off-season in Cedar Grove still sees plenty of activity as campers enjoy the sights without the heat. Winter sees an average high of about 22.5°C with chillier temperatures at night.

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