Farm caravan camping near Tinaroo

A world-class rainforest brings campers to Tinaroo for lush walking trails and unreal viewpoints.

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Wally's Roost

3 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Chewko, QLD
We are wildlife carers and have turned our property into a wildlife reserve for the animals. There is wildlife including wallabies (agile and betongs), brush tail possums and birds. A night viewing of possums and wallabies may be available. Please contact hosts to arrange this viewing.Enjoy the sunsets as you relax around the campfire. The property is surrounded by various nature reserves and attractions in the area within a 30 minute drive.(Granite Gorge Nature park, Davis creek national park and Emerald creek falls)We have three separate sites secluded from each other. One site accommodates large recreational vehicles, and is drive through, with farmland and hill views. The other two sites are situated by the creek. Please contact us before booking to discuss which site is best for your vehicle and camping set up. This campsite suits self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water supply.Your beloved pooch is most welcome to join you but required to remain within your campsite and must be restrained during the night due to the wildlife.If you would like to stay longer, we are happy to offer you a discount code (minimum 4 nights) - please contact us prior to booking.Children aged 13 years and under camp for free.Senior discounts available.
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Flaggy Creek Caravan Camp

3 sites · RVs, Tents260 acres · Wondecla, QLD
Flaggy creek caravan camp is set on a private 260 acre rural property at the end of an unsealed road surrounded by the peace and serenity of state forest. A highlight is a beautiful permanent creek which meanders its way through the property for approximately 1 klm and is habitat to platypus, turtles, an abundance of bird life and towering blue and rose gums. Take a dip on a hot day in one of several water holes including a large lagoon adjacent a mini waterfall surrounded by beautiful she-oaks. The space we only have 3 available campsites all with amazing views and with plenty space two being on the banks of Flaggy creek (Flaggy creek camp 1) Flaggy creek camp 2) and Bluff view, all camp sites have their own fire pit. (Fire season permitting). We do sell large crates of split firewood for $15 or you can collect your own from the property.
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Tropical Woopen Creek Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Woopen Creek, QLD
You will have access to our beautiful peaceful surroundings, with adequate shelter under some lovely big trees park your camper or pitch a swag. We also have a nice running creek that you can take a cooling down soak in or just enjoy watching our many wild life that are present throughout the creek, fish , eels and turtles. It's truly a very private and relaxing spot to chill out and enjoy camping for a few days or whatever suits your needs while passing the area. Plenty of fantastic swimming holes nearby including Josephine falls and Babinda boulders very popular spots for tourist and the locals. Site 1 right down on the creek large grass flat space big enough for two families to set up camp. The creek runs around the outside so there are a number of viewing points to see the wildlife mentioned above. A set of solar lights hang over the firepit area allowing for more light while cooking on our wonderful swinging hotplate BBQ. Site 2 Our newer spot work in progress not so ideal for camper trailers. your situated under our tree line away from the main creek but still with your own small dirt track down to the creek. A smaller paver firepit, plenty fine for sitting around an open fire while watching the stars at night. So please check by internal message before confirming your booking that way we can confirm a spot while discussing your needs to ensure you have a clear view of your camping area. Onsite we have our shared outhouse porta toilet which is positioned in the middle of both camping areas for everyone's convenience. Take note of our extras available when confirming your booking. Please follow us on instagram - tropicalwoopencreekcamping
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Barron River Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent30 acres · Atherton, QLD
We love our slice of paradise and want to share it with others. We have been improving the land since moving here with a focus on regeneration and sustainable farming practices, such as excluding cattle from the river, replanting and finding alternate ways to approach pest management. At times we host women's wellness retreats with consistent positive feedback of being nurtured by nature.
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Rusty Pheasant RV Retreat

11 sites · RVs20 acres · Biboohra, QLD
*EDIT* Please Note as of 1st November we are closed for the season. We will re-open after the wet season on 1st May 2024 *Caravan and RV camping on the banks of the Barron River. Large spacious bush sites with the option of fire pit. Abundant bird life, walks and swimming. BYO canoe and we can drop you off upstream for a three hour paddle back down to your site. This campsite suits self-contained campers equipped with drinking water supply as no potable water available. It also suits campers who enjoy the peace and quiet of the bush without loud neighbours. Of course quiet campfire banter is encouraged. BYO bike and cycle along the backroads passing through eucalypt bushland, cane fields and farming, finishing with lunch at a local coffee plantation. On the way home pop into the Mango Winery to top your day off with a delicious fruity champagne. NOTE; Dogs will be considered at the discretion of Rusty Pheasant owners. Please contact us prior to making a booking to discuss. Strict rules apply. Approval is only given if the breed, age and temperament is considered appropriate. Arriving on site without approval could mean cancelation of the booking and a direction to vacate.
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Emerald Escape Camping

11 sites · RVs, Tents5000 acres · QLD
Offering a small number of private camp sites spread across 5000 acres of diverse landscape. From the 25 acre lake to the refreshing Emerald Creek; from your own billabong & gumtrees to being up in the escarpment with spectacular views, you are sure to find your perfect escape. Guest will have access to a composting toilet during their stay. All guests are required to take all rubbish with them and leave no trace.Ideal for solo adventurers or small to large groups. Some sites are accessible by 2WD and suitable for trailers, small caravans and campervans, others by 4WD only.- Each camp site is for one party only & 100's of meters or even kilometers away from any others. All campers have access to our big lake & creek day areas. Enjoy leisurely walks or challenging hikes, climbing, mountain biking, swimming, canoeing etc.- We are situated right next to the magnificent Emerald Falls, Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and Davies Creek Mountain Bike Park.- Sorry no pets.- Only one hour from Cairns international airport.
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Fnq blooms

2 sites · RVs52 acres · Bartle Frere, QLD
Fnq blooms is a Tropical flower Farm. The 52 acre property is situated at the foothills of Queensland's tallest mountain, Mount Bartle Frere standing at 1622mt. Camp creek-side at FNQ Blooms, a tropical flower farm situated in the rainforest. Campers will love exploring the crystal clear creeks and waterfalls all around the area within 10 minutes drive. Our Tropical Flower Farm is a 52-acre property situated at the foothills of Mt Bartle about one hour drive south of the Cairns International Airport. We grow an extensive variety of tropical Heliconia and Ginger for use in the Australian Cut Flower market. Our farm is completely self-sustainable. We have a waterfall that generates our power through Hydroelectricity and gravity-fed water from a natural spring. Just 20 minutes from the farm is the township of Babinda.
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Pamona Park, nr Gordonvale

10 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Aloomba, QLD
Our 20-acre exotic fruit farm backs onto World heritage rainforest and provides a relaxing base for which to explore the wet tropics south of Cairns. We have a beautiful freshwater swimming hole down the road, and also the Mulgrave River is very close if you want to do some fishing.The camping area is large, grassy and reasonably level, with space closer to the tree line, and space more out in the open. There is a firepit provided, and plenty of firewood around the place for you to help yourself to. We also welcome four-legged family members! We have had recent sightings of cassowary on our property so keep an eye out, you might just see one!We prefer self-contained campers, who have their own amenities, but we do have a toilet and shower up at the main house (about 50 metres away) you are welcome to use if needed. This is an unused bathroom downstairs so you will still have privacy. Access into the property is not suitable for large motorhomes. Entry will be too small for vehicles approx 8.5 metres long and 3.5 metres high.We grow exotic fruit on the property including limes, pomelos, mangosteens and more. When it's in season, you're welcome to sample some! Gordonvale is the nearest town, with a quiet historic charm, just 15 minutes drive away, while Cairns is around 25 minutes. 
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TOLGA CARAVAN PARK

17 sites · RVs6 acres · Tolga, QLD
Located in the heart of Atherton Tablelands, Tolga Caravan Park is on 6-10 Kennedy Hwy Tolga, 6 mins drive from the main town of Atherton. Rainforest bush walk & a bike trail at the rear of the park, adjacent to the park is a big sports complex w/ playground, exercise equipment, tennis court & BBQ area.The presence of wildlife like wallabies and bush turkeys are seen at nightime . At the rear of the park are the easy access large, level & grassy tourists sites. The park is suitable for motorhomes, camper trailer, big caravans, etc. It has an under -covered deck rest area with pond, waterfall & a small convenience shop. Fresh brewed coffee is also available. Couples particularly like the location - they rated it 9/10 for a two-person trip."
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Three Falls Property

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Millaa Millaa, QLD
This is a 2.5 acre property in the most picturesque Millaa Millaa QLD. Located within a 5-minute drive to the world famous Millaa Milllaa waterfall. Other two waterfalls are Zillie and Elinjaa, which are also within walking distances of 2 and 3 kms. There are 2 dwellings on this property, with 2-3 people who live here full-time. There are chooks, ducks, parrots and a part time border collie friendly old dog. This property has established garden with lots of big shady trees and and beautiful green manicured lawn.
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Mulgrave River Camp

20 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Aloomba, QLD
Come and stay at our beautiful 200 acre farm, surrounded by the Mulgrave River and only a 10 minute boat trip to the magnificent Russell Heads. There is high tide boat ramp access and your choice of river front camping areas. Perfect spot for fishing, birdwatching, crocodile spotting and relaxing in the outdoors (follow the Host's safety advice re crocs). We are around 30 minutes south of Cairns and there is plenty of great things to see in the surrounding region with national parks, beaches and waterfalls all nearby. Campers are required to be self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste with them on departure. Campfires are welcome but please ensure they are kept contained and you respect any fire restrictions in place. Sorry, no pets.
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Mena Creek River Retreat Camp

11 sites · RVs, Tents19 acres · Germantown, QLD
Our campsites are on a private horse property with pristine creek access and a beautiful spring. We are dog friendly.Enjoy beautiful grassed areas overlooking the property, or down by the creek, accessible to all campers.Please note that property access is generally suited to 4WDs, with some areas ok if you're towing a camping trailer with high clearance. Please check with us if unsure or if the weather has not been favourable.Please be mindful of our neighbours when driving to our property as there is a short distance of dirt, please drive slow not to kick up dust past the neighbouring houses. When you arrive at our property please be mindful of small children and animals roaming the grounds. There are pristine creek views from most of the camp sites, meaning you will be waking to the lovely sound of running water. There is also a beautiful spring for swimming. We are dog friendly, and can offer pet sitting. We ask you to please text us your arrival times the night before you are coming to make sure your arrival time will suit and to check on the weather for access.Children under 7 stay for free.
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Farm caravan camping near Tinaroo guide

Overview

Known as the gateway to Danbulla National Park and State Forest, the rural town of Tinaroo opens the door to stunning scenery, epic outdoor activities, and next-level camping opportunities. Between the freshwater lakes and Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Tinaroo offers something for every camper. Explore Danbulla before heading off to Wooroonooran National Park for mountain biking and elevated boardwalks that wind through the treetops. Koombooloomba National Park offers more spectacular views with vantage points looking over waterfalls. Each park features a variety of campgrounds with amenities like toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings for a comfy campsite to call home for the night.

Where to go

Danbulla National Park and State Forest

Right beside Tinaroo sits Danbulla National Park and State Forest. Lake Tinaroo draws water skiers, kayakers, anglers, and swimmers, and trails like Mobo Creek Cater walk and Cathedral Fig Tree showcase the biodiversity of this Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Tent campers can adventure to secluded boat-access campgrounds featuring numbered campsites with fire rings. Cars, campervans, and camper trailers can roll into easily accessible campgrounds with picnic tables, wood-fire BBQs, shower cubicles, and flush toilets.

Wooroonooran National Park

Experience the rush of Josephine Falls and the iconic Mamu Tropical Skywalk in Wooroonooran National Park—just under two hours from Tinaroo. The Goldsborough Valley and Palmerston area have several campgrounds that welcome tents, caravans, and motorhomes. Most campgrounds have waterfront campsites nestled along rivers and creeks with fire rings, flush toilets, and picnic tables. Both areas also feature incredible scenery and access to mountain-biking routes, walking trails, and scenic waterways for canoeing or floating on a lilo.

Koombooloomba National Park and Conservation Park

Settle into rugged campgrounds surrounded by lush rainforest in Koombooloomba National Park. Amenities like pit toilets are available, but campers need to bring all other essentials. Caravans and motorhomes will have to sit this one out, but cars and camper trailers with 4WD can conquer the winding forest roads. Swimmers and speed boats are welcome in the lake, while bird watchers keep an eye on the forest canopy. Don’t miss Tully Gorge lookout for a tip-top view of Tully Falls and the surrounding Wet Tropics World Heritage rainforest.

When to go

Surrounded by tropical rainforest, it’s no surprise that Tinaroo gets plenty of precipitation—especially in summer when it’s hot and humid. Waterproof footwear and an extra tent tarp are essential in December, January, and February. A positive perk about the heavy rain is that it brings lively wildlife with it. The fish in Lake Tinaroo are most active during the warmer months, and many rare bird species migrate over from Papua New Guinea. The rain tapers off when winter arrives.

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