Mountainous cabins near Warwick

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Emu Creek Retreat

101 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2800 acres · Tabulam, NSW
Welcome to Emu creek Retreat One of the best destinations for hiking, camping, bushwalking, swimming, Kayaking, fishing, mountain bike riding (bicycles only), bird watching, 4wdriving and even fossicking, since the old gold mining town "Lunatics" was not far away from us. If travelling in a 2wd please contact us before booking, some of the campgrounds have to be reached by crossing the creeks, Girard camp is one of them where the office and the showers are, at times this crossing is under water and is only accessible by 4wd. Other campgrounds are available near the entry gate that don't require a creek crossing for access and toilets are available on some of them. One side of the property is bound by Emu Creek and the other by Gerard Creek, both creeks have enough water with some permanent deep water holes for all year activities. Sightseeing inside the property we have Girard Falls, a 50m deep waterfall, nature at it's best. The only entry into the property is by Emu Creek Rd a gravel road. Emu Creek Retreat is located in the far north-east of New South Wales. We are approximately 200 km from Brisbane, Toowoomba and Gold Coast, 150km from Byron Bay. Tabulam is the nearest town 12km away. Fuel and groceries are available at Tabulam along with a post office, pub and police station. Casino is 68km away and Tenterfield 78km. Once a working cattle property, in the 90's was converted into a camping and 4WD park. Since 2017 has been a family own and operated property, pet friendly, we are using the existing large camping grounds to convert it into a camping paradise. Two properties combined with close to 2800 acres, fronting Paddy’s Flat Rd for 2km and extends 7km to the back fence bordering a 22000 acre cattle property. The front section is undulating with plantation forest (spotted gum) and bushland, towards the back it has mountains, steep terrain and millions of trees with spectacular views and great hiking tracks.
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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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Adytum Santuary

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · Urbenville, NSW
Adytum is an eco friendly property situated amidst the breathtaking mountains of the Northern Border Ranges. Embrace the tranquility of our fully self-contained, off-grid sanctuary designed for prayer, reflection, and connection with the God. A place to sit and have a chance to be still. To contemplate what life is really about. “Be still and know that I am God” I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” Psalm 46:10 Immerse yourself in prayer, reflection, and rejuvenation as you bask in the peaceful atmosphere of our retreat. The property has breath taking views of the mountains, a young orchard, a gully with lots of beautiful trees and a stream leading to a dam. The property currently has 2 different locations where guests can stay.
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Echoes in the Valley

25 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents160 acres · Ingoldsby, QLD
We have a variety of campsites to choose from. Camping is presently basic as we are building it up and is better suited for campers with fully equipped 4WD.  Some campsites are more secluded than others, some have toilets and of course great views. The kids will love toasting marshmallows around the campfire in the evenings. Sit back, relax and gaze at the stars.Pets welcome.The property is hilly and may be unsuitable for camper homes.No harming the wildlife, our wildlife is harmless if you do not provoke it or threaten it,Please use water wisely as we are in a very dry area with minimal rainfall.There are dams and water holes and drains on the property as it is a working farm.
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Mountainous cabins near Warwick guide

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Experience the natural beauty of the mountainous terrain near Warwick, Queensland with over 400 cabin camping options available on Hipcamp. Choose from top-rated campsites like Crystal Creek Ranch (781 reviews), Jandarra, Tallebudgera Valley (151 reviews), and Emu Creek Retreat (132 reviews). With popular amenities such as cooking equipment, toilets, and potable water, you can enjoy a comfortable stay while exploring the great outdoors. Popular activities include horseback riding, biking, and whitewater paddling. The average price per night is $25, with options as low as $20.

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