Caravan camping near Toowoomba with electricity hookup and water hookup

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Chookhouse Farmstay

52 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Vale View, QLD
CHECK IN TIMES 10am to 12pm Closed for lunch 2pm to 5.30 (NB: no late check ins) Please ensure you are able to be here by 5.30pm, we will not accept check ins after this time. Check out times. 10 am - unless advised. The Chookhouse is situated approximately 20 minutes south of Toowoomba on 23 acres. Please note that there are other dogs and animals long our road. We also have grain trains that pass by throughout the day and night. When you are travelling on Shepperd Road look for our "Chookhouse Farm" sign and a chook mailbox, that is the driveway you need to take. LONG TERM RENTALS We can also accommodate long term rentals. Please contact us for further information. If possible, we would prefer self-contained set ups; however not essential. AMENITIES Uni-sex amenity block with hot water and flushing toilets for those booked in Pepperina. Top Paddock power, Top Paddock unpowered and Paddock Camp we have gas showers (preset temperature for the safety of children). It will not be a hot shower like you have at home, however you will get clean. There are also pit toilets in the camp areas. In each camp area we have 3 x rubbish bins. PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT HAVE DRINKING WATER AVAILABLE. WE DO NOT HAVE WATER TO FILL YOUR CARAVAN. Plenty of room for self-contained caravans/motorhomes and places to pitch a tent or camper. National Parks, walking trails, Wineries, Gourmet Pubs and Restaurants, Markets, two magnificent parks with play areas for children and so many other points of interest to see and discover. So many animals here! You get to meet camels, cows, pigs, alpacas, Boer goats Dorper Sheep, a multitude of chickens, geese, peacocks and guinea fowl. Miss Piggy loves posing for the camera. Sit under the stars and toast your marshmallows by your fire pit. Safe place to leave your gear while out exploring the Darling Downs and surrounds. Being in a rural area we have strict guidelines for campfires. We follow all Local Government guidelines and the QFS. No blazing fires, all fires to be extinguished at night, no coals or ash to be left under trees or on the grass. We will pick up each morning coals and ash if required. For more information: chookhousefarmstay.com
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Clancy's on Clarendon

10 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Clarendon, QLD
Welcome to Clancy's on Clarendon, a brand-new farm retreat just 3Kms from the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail. We are constantly improving so you can relax and enjoy nature. We offer spacious power and water (Bore) sites for Caravans, Motor homes, Big-rigs, Fifth wheelers and buses. Gate is approx 4.4m high and 2.6m wide. Our large sites provide ample space for running repairs or maintenance. The communal fire pit is the perfect place to meet fellow campers, relax and try your hand at open fire cooking. Our amenities over at the shed include hot showers and flushing toilets for your comfort. We encourage you to bring your own drinking water as we run on bore water. Please be responsible and take all rubbish with you, and if you need to dispose of waste, the lowed Showgrounds have a dump point available. You can recharge your electric bikes after a day on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail. There re nearby attractions such as Atkinsons Dam only a 5-minutes drive away and Wivenhoe Dam only 10-minute, there's plenty to explore and enjoy during your stay. Why not bring your boat. your review after your stay will help us improve and give futures campers an idea of what to expect. Come and immerse yourself in nature while supporting our efforts to protect the environment. We look forward to welcoming you to Clancy's on Clarendon.
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AU$30
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Highborne Farm

8 sites · RVs220 acres · Talgai, QLD
Our 220-acre working performance horse farm is located on the Darling Downs, between Toowoomba and Warwick, close to the New England Highway. Our facilities are ideally suited for holidayers or traveling equestrians. Stargazers will love the night skies. Local sites of interest for visitors include the Glengallen Homestead, Mary Poppins House, Darling Downs Zoo, Leslie Dam, and Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup, as well as the Warwick, Allora, and Clifton Shows. Our sites are easily accessible by any vehicle and are flat, measuring 8m in width and 15m in length. Each campsite is located near power and water points for your convenience. Toilet and shower facilities are provided . All facilities are in close proximity. We welcome animals on our farm but kindly ask that they be kept within the designated campsites. Access to Highborne Farm is via a bitumen road if coming from Allora.
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AU$26
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The Croft Horse Trax Oz Blackbutt

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Blackbutt North, QLD
Welcome to Blackbutt and the South Burnett Region. We are open again for horse riding and hiking adventures. Camping and relaxing in Blackbutt - The Gateway to the South Burnett. Known for the fantastic outdoor recreation opportunities such as the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail and the Bicentennial National Trail both are easily accessible from the property and the Blackbutt trails network 400m up the road. This is a basic outdoor camping experience in the rural residential suburb of Blackbutt North. The HIPCAMP campsites are on a 5 acre block set within 17 acres surrounded by bush blocks. Even though there is heaps of camping space, I have limited the bookings to only 2 powered sites at a time and one unpowered site. The unpowered site can be anywhere on my property. I do also cater for group bookings up to 10 people if it is a horse riding group - but this requires 2 weeks notice and additional fee for hire of toilet facility). I do this for a couple of reasons. First and foremost however, is that I live here for a reason. To enjoy peace and quiet. I want this for those who visit here and I want also to have my peace and quiet even if you are camping! That means no loud music - no blaring lights in my face and no parties! This might sound really boring to some. Well that means you can camp somewhere else. It is about nature, peace and restfulness for everyone. I will do my very best to ensure that you have a peaceful and relaxing time without a heap of other people around. If you want a big camping experience, loud conversations, music and lots of lights that mimic HONG KONG, then maybe the Blackbutt Showgrounds is the place for you. At the Croft you have a few locations to access power. So the sites are varied depending on your needs. Electricity is provided and there is access to drinking water, a composting toilet, fridge and COLD shower in the shed. Self contained however is preferred with a convenient 'dump' site near the showgrounds in town for you to use on your way to your next destination. There is access to rubbish facilities. Breakfast hampers are also available to add to your booking as well as camp oven dinners that you could get on the first night and have sandwiches the rest of the weekend! Horse riders are the main visitors to The Croft as there are safe horse yards and water. Please bring enough feed for them or drop into the Blackbutt Hardware on the way and support our local small businesses. If you bring your own horse and an experienced rider you can book a guided tour or find your way along to the Forestry or to the Bicentennial National Trail which is just a short ride away. Check out the extras if you need a guide for your trail rides or would like to spend time on the obstacle trail course. Green horse trail ride training also available. No loud groups please as this is adjacent to my home and peace and quiet is why I live here. Non smokers ONLY. Other than that please enjoy the space and time away in a very quiet part of the world. There are also lots of birds on the block including kingfishers, wrens, finches and lots more. There is a billabong style dam which horses are most welcome to play in. Pets on leashes welcome as the grounds are fenced but dogs will need to be watched as there are horses on site. The entire 5 acres I have allocated to you my Hipcampers - is dog fenced and if you are here alone they can run free. Note that this is bush - you need to ensure your dogs have tick protection. I hope this explains The Croft for you and I look forward to seeing you soon!
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Rangemore Estate

6 sites · RVs, Tents225 acres · Maclagan, QLD
Rangemore Estate is the idyllic camping spot with expansive views of the beautiful Bunya Mountains. The property is a working sheep farm and winery with its own cellar door that guests are welcome to check out. Guests will have access to flushing toilets and showers throughout their stay. There is two communal fire pits available for guests to enjoy. There are bins available for your rubbish so please ensure you use them and leave the site as you found it. We are within 20kms of the Bunya Mountains where you can explore the many walking Trails, Coomba Falls and Muntapa Tunnel. Sorry, no pets.
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Bishop Farm Camp

3 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Blackbutt North, QLD
This 10 acre property is located on the banks of Taromeo Creek, a quiet and peaceful camping location with great birdwatching. Taromeo Creek is a seasonal creek and is sometimes dry and sometimes flowing. When the water is flowing there are a number of water holes along the creek. Close to the local town of Blackbutt and only one and a half hours drive north west of Brisbane. Also close to the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail which offers 162kms of recreational trail for you to hike, bike or horse ride; with a local golf course nearby. Mount Binga National Park is close by which has areas to ride and hike. The annual Avocado festival which runs on the second weekend in September is always a popular time to visit. Our campsites vary and are spread across our 86 acres to give you as much privacy as possible. Campers are required to be self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and take all waste and rubbish with them on departure, Campfires are permitted in the fire pits provided. Pets are welcome but must be kept under owners control.
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Pittsworth Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Pittsworth, QLD
Located just over 30 minutes from Toowoomba you will find the Pittsworth Camping Area, enjoy a country experience only a stones throw from the city. Drive into Pittsworth to look at the monument of the Australian World Record Sprinter from the early 1900s, or look at the huge artwork/memorial of Moore’s Trailers. There is a rock fire pit available for campers to relax around in the evenings and enjoy the sunsets. Campers will need to be self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and take their waste with them on departure. Pets are welcome, there is a friendly dog on the property so please ensure your pet is friendly before letting them off leash.
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Helidon Spa Eco Village

49 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Helidon Spa, QLD
Helidon Spa Eco Village is built on a beautiful natural spring, rich with wildlife and native plants. This friendly local camping and caravan park is set on a sprawling 20 acres and located on the edge of the natural spring located conveniently off the Warrego Highway. Caravans and Motorhomes can stay in one of three spots overlooking the natural spring giving the area it's name, Helidon Spa. Power is available at each of the fixed sites. Important to Note:- *There is no dump point on-site. *Pets only welcome for casual/short-term stays. The area, once a bustling tourist attraction has since been converted into a small sustainable village that several locals call home. Picnic tables and amenities are less than 200m away from all sites. All grey water is recycled and treated on site and all fresh water is drawn from the natural spring. Street lights are solar powered and as you read this the on site electricity is being converted to solar.
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