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Glenelg Station

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents9000 acres · Cement Mills, QLD
Do you want a place to get away from it all? The 2 Mile Campsite at historical 'Glenelg Station' is it. Offering peace, tranquility, abundance of wildlife and complete privacy. Enjoy camping beside the beautiful McIntyre Brook which is suitable for both swimming and kayaking or just kick back relax unwind and let nature work its magic. We currently only offer one campsite so you have the place all to yourself. Guests will have access to a portable toilet throughout their stay. Campfires are welcome in the fire pit provided but please ensure you check any restrictions before lighting a fire. For complete solitude, there is no phone reception at campsite Pets are welcome to join you, please ensure they are kept under control and that they are cleaned up after.
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Lalapanzi

7 sites · Lodging, Tents40 acres · Flagstone Creek, QLD
Lalapanzi is a private 17ha (40 acre) bush block with two dwellings and some ancillary buildings. The property is 10 km outside of Toowoomba in the Flagstone Creek valley. Lalapanzi Heights is a secluded semi-developed campsite about 400m away from the dwellings and a base for bush hiking, exploration, bird watching or just relaxing. 2WD accessible to parking area. 4X4 access to camp site in dry conditions at drivers own risk. Walk-in access approximately 400m uphill pathway. Campfires are not available during fire ban season. Dogs permitted on leash.
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Liafail Farm

1 site · Lodging50 acres · Linthorpe, QLD
Liafail Is a family farm which farms sheep, cattle, ducks and of course our main feature, pigeons. The property has some rustic areas for camping and roaming. Our beautiful private cottage overlooks the lawn and private campfire space. The cottage sleeps 4 with two guests in the large bed and 2 on mattresses on the floor. There is also plenty of space outside for additional guests to set up tents. The cottage has everything you need for a comfortable staying including, toilet, shower and kitchen area with plenty of hot water available. Aircon and fans for you to use at your discretion. Indoor wood heater for your enjoyment at no extra charge. The outlook is to a wooded valley with sheep and cattle, light the campfire in the evenings and sit under the stars. Take the kids for a hike up through the hill and check out the various land types. There’s basic wifi, Telstra service. ​Sorry, no pets allowed.
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The Sanctuary Stanthorpe

2 sites · Lodging65 acres · Amiens, QLD
Great for couples getaways & family groups. This 65 acre private & peaceful Stanthorpe property is a mix of open parklands, bush & rocky outcrops. The granite rock formations are great to climb (for kids, and kids at heart) with some reaching over 8m. The property has walking/cycling tracks (BYO walking shoes and push bikes), dams, and open paddocks, ideal for a family cricket match or picnic. Sit around the outdoor campfire & enjoy crisp nights under spectacular starry Stanthorpe night skies. The bird life is spectacular. Watch the possums, kangaroos, koalas and deer. Sitting by the fire inside the cabin with a glass of wine is a must. Private and peaceful, The Sanctuary Stanthorpe is the perfect spot for nature-loving enthusiasts and those who just need some space and time to relax, reconnect, reenergise and recharge. There are 2 cabins and 1 Barn at THE SANCTUARY STANTHORPE which you can just book individually or for corporate groups, multiple families, and larger group getaways. The 3 cabins are just a 2 minute walk from each other. Please note - You are required to bring your own sheets and towels Other things to note - There is so much to do within minutes of The Sanctuary Stanthorpe. We love Sutton’s Farm (cider, café and juice) good for morning or afternoon . Their apple pies are famous. Check out Stanthorpe Cheese, all 10/10 cheeses as far as we are concerned. Close by also is the Granite Belt Christmas Farm (animals to pet and feed), Law Dogs (they also have a truffle centre), Kent Saddlery and the Stanthorpe Maze which also has mini golf. Two of the region’s top award-winning wineries are just a stones throw away they are Heritage Estate (2021 best Queensland Wine and an unforgettable experience) and Summit Estate Wines, who do a great Friday and Saturday night picnic bonfire soiree. The region has 48 cellar doors. Some of our other favourites, based on the wine, the experience and service in no particular order are Jester Hill, Symphony Hill, Twisted Gum, Ballandean Estate, and Pyramid Wines. Great lunches are available at Jester Hill and Hidden Valley (ask to sit by the lake if the weather looks good but check the menu first, it is seasonal) and also at Heritage Estate has wonderful food and unique foodie events. We suggest you book ahead wherever you go and book for wine tasting in the cooler months. Some places are not open 7 days checking in advance is a good idea.Nearby you will find Anna’s candles and Washpool Soaperie which has a huge range of exceptional hand/body washes, soaps, lotions and potions. Both Anna’s Candles and Washpool goodies make great gifts.There are great places to eat too. O’Mara’s Hotel is not fancy but it’s really good pub food and they make lots of their own goodies. The Country Club Hotel does pretty good pub food too as does the Commercial Hotel. These pubs are in the main street of Stanthorpe. The Aussie Beef Steak House does more than steak but their steaks are spectacular. Hanasaku Japanese and, Orso Thai, both open for lunch and dinner are just exceptional. For something slightly fancier try Varias (it never disappoints), also open for lunch and dinner most days. Try Blue Topaz for crazy good burgers and milkshakes at good prices, or visit blue pot pantry for a casual longer lunch in the countryside. They also have great pickles and jams. Out new favourite is Balancing Heart Vineyard, they do outstanding pizzas, mezze and cheese platters add a bottle of wine and chill out by the lake for the afternoon. Balancing Heart is just minutes from Heavenly Chocolates and Girraween National Park. Hanasaku and the Aussie Beef Steakhouse are BYO wine. We recommend booking in advance for both lunch and dinner.The region has some wonderful national parks to explore. These include Girraween, Sundown and Bald Rock. For a closer and easier “rocky walk” with great views visit Donnelly’s Castle it’s just 8 minutes away. It is very kid/older people friendly and a great place for a picnic. Enjoy rocks, caves and wonderful lookout. Donnelly’s castle is close to Heritage Estate and Boireann Wines and also close to Stanthorpe Cheese.We will consider one dogs per cabin. Please contact us first to discuss. Extra charges apply.Oh, and don’t forget to check out a sunset during your stay and star gazing is a must. Both are spectacular if there is a clear sky and the Sanctuary is the perfect place to gaze at a night sky.
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