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Lakeview

30 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Beachmere, QLD
Lakeview 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, Honesty box on site. Please read the cancelation/credit policy as set and prescribed through the hipcamp platform. Unfortunately to keep our bookings viable and our gates open, no special allowance is made for illness, weather, mechanical breakdowns ect. If you have concerns please book last minute
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AU$11
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Pluck A Duck Creek Camp

6 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Rush Creek, QLD
Located near Dayboro Village. Private acreage property with small seasonal creek, 15 mins from Petrie Train Station (can pick up). The property is ideal for the independent/self sufficient travelers/camper to stay overnight or longer(length negotiable). No amenities, best have your own toilet/shower, 20km as the crow flies from Brisbane CBD. Close to wineries, horse ridding, Kayaking, bush walking art galleries, cafes. Fishing in Lakes Samsonvale, Kurwongbah as well as Paddle down North Pine River to Redcliffe, for fish and chips :). Close to Ocean View winery, Dayboro Cafe and Bakery. Dayboro Country Markets are on the 1st Sun of each mth. Old Petrie Town Market is open every Sun & Museum every day. Stay, rest and relax with a good book, we have a Street Library out the front. Enjoy a camp fire. Loads of bird & wild life about. Pets welcome (on leash), child friendly. You must be self sufficient. You can hire a double person swag $25per night. Fire wood $10. Due to Corona Virus bring your own Dunny if you can.
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AU$25
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The Mango Patch

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Glass House Mountains, QLD
All sites have a maximum capacity of 4. Adjust your booking to the correct number of people, additional guests @ $10.00 EACH. One car is allowed per booking. Beautiful quiet acreage in a semi-rural area amongst pineapple and macadamia farms only a few minutes from Glass House Mountains Village, Beerwah, Landsborough and Australia Zoo. No tent or swag camping. We only welcome self-contained motorhomes, caravans and camper trailers (No toilets provided). The property offers easy access through a remote gate and is fully fenced. The beautiful beaches on the Sunshine Coast, Maleny, Montville and Hinterland hot spots are all within 30 minutes from the property. Enjoy a campfire in our designated area when restrictions are not in place. Small quiet dogs welcome by prior request and must be on a lead.
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AU$30
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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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Looking for the perfect camping experience near Coorparoo, Queensland? Look no further than Hipcamp, with over 5,000 options to choose from in the area. Whether you prefer pitching a tent or parking your caravan, Hipcamp has got you covered. And with an average price per night of just $24 and options as low as $5, you can find a campsite that fits your budget. Check out some of the top campsites with rave reviews, like Bushywood at Woodfordskilake (823 reviews), Lakeview (649 reviews), and A Place To Call Home (581 reviews). Plus, popular facilities like toilets, campfires, and potable water are available, along with exciting activities like surfing, paddling, and boating. So get ready to have an amazing camping adventure with Hipcamp!

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