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A Tent in The Forest

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· Kin Kin, Queensland
5 acres hosted by Ian W.
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Amazing views
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All to yourself
100% of recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp felt private.
Best glamping: 1st place
Named one of the best Hipcamps to visit in 2023.
Tent in The Forest is a great location to relax, unwind, and take in the serenity of living in the forest. It is also a perfect base for exploring the region. We are nestled in the hillside surrounded by Woondum National Park, Boulder and Mothar Mountains. A comfortable, off the beaten track location in Kin Kin, Noosa Hinterland, QLD. Tent in The Forest caters for those looking to surround themselves in nature. There is no traffic, no one camping beside you, no other than the bird sweet sounds of the forest and all of nature that surrounds you. When you book Tent in The Forest, you are booking the entire camp ground. It is yours to enjoy, explore, entertain, relax, unwind, or catch up on some rest. Tent in The Forest is fully self contained campsite. All linen, bedding, gas top cooker, fridge, and kitchen utensils are here for you to use. There are hammocks, camp chairs, tables, and a dining suite all for you to enjoy. We provide organic toiletries including certified organic soap, hand sanitizer, and toilet paper. Tent in The Forest is an eco friendly camp ground. We use solar power for our 12v systems, gravity fed water, and toilet waste is managed using a drop toilet which is then composted. If you are unfamiliar and want to know more about our off grid power, water, and waste systems please contact us. Outside of Tent in The Forest the beautiful township of Kin Kin awaits you. At the Black Ant Cafe, you will find Jodie Williams and her team make mouth watering food and drinks throughout the day and on Friday nights. Enjoy breakfast daily, grab a bite for lunch, or zero in on there Friday night pizza night, popular with locals and visitors. The Black Ant Cafe also is your one stop shop for essential supplies such as milk, bread, coffee, etc. The beaches of Noosa, including the national parks which surround them can be reached within the hour. Rainbow Beach, Lake Cootharabah, The Everglades, and lots more places to see and do are all within a short drive. There are just too many great places to list here. We can guide you once you arrive.Tent in The Forest is located in Kin Kin, Noosa Hinterland, Queensland It is a glamping site on a mountainside paradise. Tent in The Forest caters for those looking to surround themselves in nature. There is no traffic, no one camping beside you, no other than the bird sweet sounds of the forest and all of nature that surrounds you. When you book Tent in The Forest, you are booking the entire camp ground. It is yours to enjoy, explore, entertain, relax, unwind, or catch up on some rest. Tent in The Forest is fully self contained campsite. All linen, bedding, gas top cooker, fridge, and kitchen utensils are here for you to use. There are hammocks, camp chairs, tables, and a dining suite all for you to enjoy. We provide organic toiletries including certified organic soap, hand sanitizer, and toilet paper. Tent in The Forest is an eco friendly camp ground. We use solar power for our 12v systems, gravity fed water, and toilet waste is managed using a drop toilet which is then composted. If you are unfamiliar and want to know more about our off grid power, water, and waste systems please contact us. Outside of Tent in The Forest the beautiful township of Kin Kin awaits you. At the Black Ant Cafe, you will find Jodie Williams and her team make mouth watering food and drinks throughout the day and on Friday nights. Enjoy breakfast daily, grab a bite for lunch, or zero in on there Friday night pizza night, popular with locals and visitors. The Black Ant Cafe also is your one stop shop for essential supplies such as milk, bread, coffee, etc. Across the road from the Black Ant Cafe is the Country Life Hotel. A pub true in character, established in 1914. The Country Life Hotel is a classic Australian waterhole, weatherboard exterior, tongue and groove interior, large verandahs, double hung windows, huge hardwood timber top counters, great service, with plenty of room which attracts a myriad of people over the weekends, and settles into a slower more intimate pace weekdays and nights. These two great places are only the beginning of a number of places to visit both locally, and a little further afar. The beaches of Noosa, including the national parks which surround them can be reached within the hour. Rainbow Beach, Lake Cootharabah, The Everglades, and lots more places to see and do are all within a short drive. There are just too many great places to list here. We can guide you once you arrive. Tent in The Forest is a great location to relax, unwind, and take in the serenity of living in the forest. It is also a perfect base for exploring the region. We look forward to seeing you soon. Ian & Ploen Tent in The Forest. Kin Kin, QLD "A natural place to be"
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Michael J.recommends
May 18, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
Great host and a perfect experience. Can’t wait to return and spend more time here! Highly recommend!
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Anne K.recommends
April 30, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
Best glamping our there!
Ian created a secluded camp-site with a stunning view, which send us into a zen holiday mode from the moment we arrived. The kitchen area is a fun place for board games, cooking and a few glasses of wine. This very well equipped camping site had everything we needed, but it's kept simple which we appreciate so much! Ian gave us instructions how to walk to the rock pools. Another magical area and again nobody was around. We are hoping to call this our weekend get away in future. Not sure if I should write this review to incourage other people to book :) but Ian is such a lovely host and he deserves to be fully booked!
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Chloe N.recommends
April 30, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
This place was absolutely lovely and so serene!!! The mornings were wonderful, listening to the birds talk to each other in the morning was the best thing. Felt very private as well. Would recommend spending a couple nights here!!!
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Ryan H.recommends
April 17, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
We highly recommend this quiet, beautiful bush retreat! Our stay was amazing even though it was super wet. The setting and amenities are perfect and very comfortable. Ian communicated really well and made the lead up and arrival stress free.
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Gareth B.recommends
April 12, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
Lovely peaceful spot. Comfortable and well setup. Thanks Ian.
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Christopher S.recommends
April 10, 2024
Tent in The Forest ~ Kin Kin QLD
Ian has set up a fabulous getaway with the tent in the forest. You get all the benefits of camping without the setup and pack up headaches. The tent is cosy, large and comfortable, and the kitchen area is also great for preparing meals. We’ve stayed before, and we’ll be staying again.
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Kin Kin, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Dyungungoo (Gubbi Gubbi) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Ian W.Joined in September 2020
Response rate: 100%
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