Glamping near Rockhampton

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Meyenburg B&B Glamping

9 sites · Lodging, Tents1 acre · Mount Morgan, QLD
Mount Morgan is situated on the Dee River, 38 km south of Rockhampton, and is an old gold mining town with lots of history and two museums, a railway and a town history museum. There are plenty of lookouts to see out over the town and the mine site. The Number 7 Dam, has walking and mountain bike tracks for beginners and the more advanced. We have 6 listings available at Meyenburg B&B Glamping, 2 tent sites for campers and 6 Tents which have linen included and creature comforts. All our listings have access to toilet and amenities. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash and cleaned up after. Mount Morgan was a mining town. Mining of clay in a nearby hill for the production of furnace bricks continuing until the early 1900s, the resulting man-made caves came to be known as the Fireclay Caverns, which contained large openings that measure between 4–12 metres in height from the cave floor. Dinosaur footprints (preserved as infills) were later found in nine different sections of the Caverns, lining the ceiling dated to the Early Jurassic. There is also a community swimming pool, skate park and general playground near the Dee River on Butler St. The town has three pubs, an IGA, and a small general store directly across the street from the camp site. The Grand Hotel is the oldest pub, and is still trading in town.
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Great Keppel Island Hideaway

92 sites · Lodging11 acres · The Keppels, QLD
Great Keppel Island Hideaway offers a range of budget accommodation to suit singles, couples, families, friends and groups. Our friendly team can assist you with specific island accommodation requests for group bookings, special occasions, functions and events.Great Keppel Island is an island paradise where the ‘squeaky-clean’ white sand flows between your toes and the ocean sparkles before your eyes. As the largest island in the Keppel Group, Great Keppel is situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn and on Australia’s heritage listed Southern Great Barrier Reef. Whether you’re visiting Great Keppel for a day, a few nights, or for a couple of weeks, you can’t fail to be impressed by the scenery or the relaxed atmosphere on the island.
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Cottons Road Retreat

1 site · Lodging18 acres · Yeppoon, QLD
18 acres of private bush land. Schoolie conversion air bnb available which is 100% self contained with bathroom and kitchen/ tv/ aircon. Or simply set up camp on our land! Plenty of room for caravan and kids, bring your pets along too. We have 3 dogs and a few farm birds running around! Family of 4, cant wait to meet you :)
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Beef Week Farm

1 site · Lodging25 acres · Rockhampton, QLD
Quality 25 acres Stable complex Cattle yards Wash bay Small paddocks with large body of pasture Water Electricity Power Dog run Toilet Large Queenslander house Sleeps 8 available for rent for up to a month around
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Looking for a glamorous camping experience near Rockhampton, Queensland? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 40 glamping options in the area, you'll find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs. Whether you're looking for a cosy cabin or a spacious yurt, Hipcamp has got you covered. Check out top-rated campsites like Shiralee Clydesdales and Farm Stay (65 reviews) or Arcadia (1 review) for a truly unforgettable experience. With popular facilities like rubbish, showers, and campfires, and activities like exploring historic sites, climbing, and off-roading, there's something for everyone. Plus, with an average price of £28 per night and options as low as £5, you can enjoy a luxurious camping experience without breaking the bank. So pack your bags and get ready for an adventure in the great outdoors!

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