Camping near Currumbin with climbing

Wildlife-watching, natural wonders, and water sports lie at the southern tip of the Gold Coast.

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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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Eagles Nest Hideaway, Pecan Fields

29 sites · RVs, Tents600 acres · Dunoon, NSW
This expansive 600 acre farm is a place of joy, sharing and rare beauty! The beautiful land and water system is home to thriving native wildlife. You can even see Platypus in the early mornings, playing in the creek. All of the camp areas are easily access-able and flat, usually 2wd car is all you need. We also provide you with creature comforts such as a cold/ hot shower and fresh pit toilets :) You will feel like you are immersed in the beauty of nature here and yet you are only 6 minutes easy drive from the village of Dunoon, NSW 2480 and 45 minutes beautiful country drive from glorious Byron Bay beaches and it's very exciting night life! On every second sunday of the month, the Channon Markets are on, which is just 10 minutes drive from camp. Dunoon village is cute yet, very practical. There is a general store, bottle shop and they sell ice, Mechanic, Post Office and the best bit, you can even go out for dinner or lunch depending on the day, at the Dunoon Sports Club/ Pub then head back to your secluded country camp and cool off in the beautiful creek or warm up and enjoy some quality time around the camp fire! Over one kilometre of "Rocky Creek" runs through the Pecan Fields camp area, providing gorgeous waterholes for swimming, walks and great sites to set up camp for the weekend! We farm cattle on the property as well as macadamia nuts on the hills and pecan nuts by the creek. The pecan trees provide wonderful shade in summer and gorgeous dappled sunlit fields. In winter the pecan trees lose their leaves and the sun shines through. Great for solar power ( in summer in best solar sites are at the Paradise Waterhole)! Together with Land Care we have planted many koala corridors, to keep koalas safe and help them get around, so don't forget to look up, whilst in this beautiful oasis! REGARDING CAMPER NUMBERS and GROUPS: If you are looking to go camping with a SMALL GROUP (1 to 4 campers), the sites to choose from are in the "PECAN GROVE". We offer just 4 dispersed sites in the PECAN GROVE, so each camp has lots of space around it for your relaxation. If you have a MEDIUM size group of campers (4 to 10 campers) then either the PARADISE WATERHOLE or the PECAN WATERHOLE is the place for you. The PARADISE WATERHOLE is a huge glassy area overlooking a waterhole and bridge, which is the PERFECT SITE FOR SOLAR set ups and is very private as it only has 2 sites on this large mostly flat area. The PECAN WATERHOLE is divided into 4 sites, which all overlook the creek and or waterhole. Each of these sites have a lot of space around them for your camping pleasure and a HUGE gorgeous sandstone bottom waterhole, luxurious and perfect for cooling off on summer days! If you are looking for a unique and beautiful waterhole all to yourselves, look no further... The BASS WATERHOLE is great for MEDIUM- LARGE GROUPS of 6 to 30 campers. It overlooks one of our largest waterholes... back in the day, the local schools would use it as their 50 meter swimming pool :) If you're looking to go camping with a LARGER GROUP (20 or more campers), feel free to book out all 4 sites at the PECAN WATERHOLE, as this area is such a wonderful and glorious place to be with family and or dear friends :) In our reviews a camper said it was the best Hipcamp he's ever been to :)) HOT TIPS : 1. All you can eat pecan nuts May-July! 2. The pecan wood is actually hickory, thus the pecan wood can be used for smoking meats etc... so feel free the gather the hickory, bring your smokers and enjoy :)
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Amorata Eco Farm

7 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Barkers Vale, NSW
Amorata Eco Farm is a working sustainable farm with basic camping facilities located in Barkers Vale. We are within easy reach of a number of walking tracks. We are a 40 minute drive from Mebbin National Park, 25 minutes to the town of Nimbin and just over an hour from Byron Bay and plenty of beaches.Enjoy relaxing relaxing around the campfire in our spacious campsites or enjoy a splash or paddle in the small creek. There is drinking water, a hot shower and a compost toilet available for campers.There are a range of campsites available from the edge of the forest down to creek front sites (4WD only) and in the Pecan orchard. Please check by prior email during the wet season for specific access requirements. Campfires are permitted in the fire pit provided, pending there is no fire restrictions. We also have firewood available for use. Friendly pets are welcome, we also have dogs on the property.
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Rathdowney Memorial Grounds

20 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Rathdowney, QLD
If you’re passing by, you’re welcome to drop in. There’s almost always somewhere you can set up for the night. Our property is located in the heart of Rathdowney, gateway to the picturesque Scenic Rim.If you’re passing by, you’re welcome to drop in. There’s almost always somewhere you can set up for the night. Be COVID-safe! You’ll need to provide us with your name, address, mobile, email and vehicle registration. It helps us to keep everyone safe.We have powered and unpowered sites available for independent travellers. On-site at the Rathdowney Memorial Grounds it's an easy walk across the street for supplies, or for dinner at the local. We have toilets and hot showers available! The ovals have lights. There is access to drinking water and rubbish facilities.Pets welcome.
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Mount Lindesay Highway Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Woodhill, QLD
On 5 acres on Mt Lindesay Hwy 8 mins from Jimboomba and 10 mins from Beaudesert there’s the space and access to shopping areas anyone would need Outdoor (enclosed) shower and toilet. Outdoor (undercover) shared laundry area. Outdoor (undercover) large shared fridge/ freezer available to use.
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Coffee Camp Organic Farm

11 sites · RVs, Tents107 acres · Nimbin, NSW
Camp at our organic mango and citrus plantation. Explore a generous 70 acres of forest, with some rainforest with springs to drink from on rugged tracks. Enjoy great for trail walks or bike rides. Drive the 3km of 4x4 road around property. Experience the eagles flying high. Many species of parrots and birds. Lots of wallabies and kangaroos. Goannas and other lizards, carpet snakes if you are lucky. In a quiet secluded area, 15 minutes to city of Lismore, 10 minutes to Nimbin. Pets are allowed on leash.
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Belmont Base Camp

2 sites · RVs2 acres · Belmont, QLD
The property is located so conveniently within a 12 km radius from the Brisbane CBD and in close proximity to local shops, major shopping centres, schools, the Manly/Wynnum precinct with boutique shopping, restaurants and yacht clubs, transport and providing easy access to both the Gold and Sunshine Coast.The camp is located on a mowed paddock on this 2.5 acre property, a very short drive from the hustle and bustle of the big city.Campers will enjoy sea breezes, lovely morning and afternoon light, treed surrounds, the koala environmental protection area, the convenience of being so close to many major facilities.Sit back and relax around the campfire in the evenings as you gaze at the stars.There are no toilet facilities here, campers will need to BYO toilet.Pets welcome!
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Mount Warning Views Camp

1 site · RV, Tent1 acres · Nimbin, NSW
Our beautiful property offers 1.5 acres of slightly sloping grassy land with divine views onto Mount Warning and the Border Ranges. Unplug from technology and dive into nature with an abundance of National Parks and Beaches on the doorstep. There are plenty of recreational opportunities with nearby dams, waterholes, hikes, Mountain bike tracks, villages and beaches. Explore the nearby quaint village of Uki or Murwillumbah. We are an hour away from Byron Bay and 25 minutes from Nimbin. Campers must be self sufficient with their own camping toilet and take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Pets are welcome.
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Eco Shalom Nature Jessria Farm

11 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Federal, NSW
A beautiful eco-friendly property with lovely water holes and running water from the river where the environment is safe. Pitch your tent or drive in your camper van in a secluded area with lots of trees and natural environment where birds will wake you with their morning song. A beautiful stroll to the nearby river is a wonderful experience, explore or swim in the beauty of nature around you. If you are quiet enough you might see a platypus. There is a natural stone campfire where you can sit at night or meet other campers. Or just to sit and gaze at the stars. The little quaint villages that surround Federal are great for a visit. If you want the best sushi in the area then stop at the popular Doma Cafe next to the general store in Federal, you will want to visit more than once after your taste buds have been awakened. Byron bay is a 15-20 min drive on a scenic drive, or visit the biggest little town in Australia Mullumbimby a 15-18 min drive. Bangalow and Lennox heads, Brunswick Heads or Ocean Shores are all within 35 min drive the choice is yours. Mynon Falls with wonderful bushwalking or the other national parks that are close by. The farm does have orchards and bee hives. Slashing and planting of vegetables will be happening soon everything is organic. If you would like to purchase some organic farm jam just let me know. A couple of horses and chickens will be coming soon too. Otherwise, there is plenty of wildlife and birds to see. If you feel like you really would like to help the environment you can even help with the regeneration or plant a tree. The stone wall entrance was constructed at the turn of last century and you feel like you have stepped back in time as you imagine those who came across the area. Lots of bushland views.
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Top of the World

10 sites · RVs, Tents56 acres · Horseshoe Creek, NSW
Look for the big red letterbox with the blue flag on the right. This spot is for people that think that they are the only ones left in the world. Once at the top, it's yours to live in peace and quiet. 56 acres of undulating hills covered with native bush land, with 10 cleared sites for you to set up camp. If you like an adventure then this mountain is for you. 2 sites called "Top of the world tent site 1 and tent site 2" are accessible by 4WD only (tent camping is advised) There is a step 19 degree road up to the penthouse summit thats at 1000ft. However if it is dry you can tow a camping trailer but only if you have a winch. If it rains the only way down is backwards tethered to trees via your winch. It's an adventure. Campers are welcome to have a campfire, there is plenty of timber on the ground that you can collect or bring your own. As long as there is no fire ban. There are some great bush walks you can enjoy, including down to the creek (about a 40 min walk). The creek is picturesque with lemon trees and peach trees along the edge while in season. There are 2 sites down at the creek called Firefly's and platypus and these are for off road self contained 4x4 campers and those with a tent. The creek is pristine and crystal clear unless it's raining. These 2 sites are absolutely private if you book them both. If you don't mind sharing the creek with another camper then you only need to book 1 site. There is also a 10 month of the year 30 metre high waterfall (depending on rain fall this waterfall can vary from massive water to slow water) and another seasonal waterfall. Don't forget the dam for swimming with the spa tub and fresh mountain spring water constantly flowing into it from an inch and a half poly pipe constantly overflowing into the dam. The water in the creek is safe to drink with no filter needed. The creek is running and crystal clear and very private. If you are in a 2 wheel drive RV/ Motorhome you can book the "Paw Paw hill site" or "a dam good view" There is one site that is all grass accessible in the dry weather. Plenty of drinking water is also available at all sites either via a tap or the creek running water. All campers MUST HAVE their own portable toilet. If no portable toilet you can purchase one from many camping stores at a reasonable price before coming. Doing number 2 in the bush is totally unacceptable. Because this is a leave no trace camp site we do ask you to take all trash with you when you leave as well. There is no council rubbish collection in this area. We respect our beautiful paradise and we know you will appreciate it also. If you make a fire please leave it so I can mow around it once you leave. E.G Please remove all sticks.
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Riversong - Floating Tree Tent

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Beechmont, QLD
A beautiful piece of remnant forest on the bank of the Nerang River, with a swimming hole that is second to none. The tree tent is situated in a small forest clearing overlooking the river rapids. The site has a compact outdoor kitchen complete with refrigerator, an outdoor hot shower, a firepit and a separate composting toilet. Sails are rigged above the tent to provide extra shade and shelter. It's private and shady but only a few minutes from the house. The valley is a gem, only 200 odd people live here. If you love the outdoors - either just to chill or to actively recreate - this place is for you. As an outdoor educator, I have worked and played in the valley and surrounds for more than 25 years and I'm still discovering new things to see and do! Advancetown Lake is a short drive away with paddling, sailing and fishing and no power boats or jetskis (Yeeha!!) There is a mountain bike park on the E side of the dam. You can walk from here to Springbrook and Lamington National Parks and the glow worms at Natural Bridge are a night time "must see".
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Jugari Riverside Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Rathdowney, QLD
We are right cross river from Bigriggen Park. 1 hour 10 mins drive from Brisbane. 1 hour 19mins from Gold Coast. Jugari Riverside Camp locates in Boonah Rathdowney Rd, 1,000 meter away from 23 Douglas Rd, where our farm house is. Please looking for 'Jugari Riverside' sign for the entry. Or contact us for more details on 0410489893 Harley or 0434268555 Bella. Welcome to Jugari Riverside Camp for relaxation and excitement. 20 acres riverside is very natural, beautiful view of Mt. Barney. Campsites are mowed and well maintained. Full of wildlife and activities. Very private and away from everyone but close to cafe and pub. You could have 20 acres all for yourself or at least a couple of private acres while camping. Four wheel drive are recommended. All campsites are grassy, shaded. Easy access to the river. Camping, fishing, kayaking, swimming, drifting, bush walking, biking, lots of activities. Shed Cafe is down the road, Rathdowney pub is 10mins. Maroon Dam 15 mins away. Children friendly, family friendly. Birds, Wallabies, Wood ducks lots of native animals. Lots of fun! Locate Rathdowney Logan River Bank.
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Looking for the perfect camping spot near Currumbin, Queensland, Australia to indulge in some climbing? Look no further than Emu Creek Retreat! With over 580 options specifically catered to climbers in this location, you're sure to find the perfect adventure. Whether you prefer a serene retreat like Pims Mountain Retreat, a secluded hideaway like Picturesque Damside Caravan, Hipcamp has got you covered. And with popular facilities like potable water, campfires, and showers, your camping experience will be comfortable and convenient. So pack your gear and get ready to conquer the cliffs - book your camping trip now!

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