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Relaxing Rural Retreat
176 reviews
· Armstrong Creek, Queensland
50 acres
6 sites
1 Glamping
2 Caravan/Tent
2 Tent
The property is situated on 50 acres, with breathtaking elevated views of Mount Mee, Mount Glorious and surrounded by bush land.  The campsites on this property are basically positioned in the bush, so that people can have their privacy away from other campers.  Access to all bush camp sites are with 4WD vehicles only.  There is a  creek within a 5 min drive off the property, situated at Lees Crossing Road. Also an approx 20 min drive will take you to Cedar Creek  Falls and D'aigullar National Park.  Children under the age of 13 camp at kids prices. Well behaved pets are welcome. We are situated approx 10 mins from the delightful Dayboro Township and approx 20 mins from the quaint township of Samford. Brisbane CBD is approx 40kms away.
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Armstrong Creek, Queensland, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Chris T.Joined in November 2017
188 Ratings · 176 reviews
Stefan S.recommends
September 27, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping@Camp 6
Human Batteries.... Recharged!
We stayed at Camp 6. Wow... Just Wow. Located at the bottom of the valley, we were camped right next to a small creek that due to recent rains had some water running through, but is probably dry most of the time. You can't camp here with a normal car, 4x4 a must and a nice easy drive even with the trailer. Overall, this was a new experience for us, usually going to beaches and locations with big views. Here, you are surrounded by trees and nature, and the tranquility of it was sublime. Thank you Deb and Chris for what all of us MUST describe as our BEST CAMPING EXPERIENCE EVER! ❤️🏕 ❤️
Todd D.
September 27, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping@Camp 6
Peaceful and challenging 4 stars
Overall it was a great experience, very peaceful, the site was spacious and clean, Deb was a very pleasant and helpful host, and it's nice and close to Brisbane. There are no amenities and for the price I thought a toilet would be nice. I would normally just dig a hole as a toilet, but you aren't allowed here because it's a catchment. The track into the camp site is a bit tricky. I reccomend a proper 4x4 and have your wits about you especially if it's a bit wet. I was towing an off road camper trailer behind a 4x4 in the dry and while it wasn't hard it definitely got the pulse up a bit. If you are looking for a bit of peaceful bush close to the city and are ok with a challanging drive and don't mind carrying out your used dinner it's a fantastic option. Thanks Deb, we enjoyed our stay. 4 star
Caroline H.recommends
September 24, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping @ Camp 3
Camping weekend
Great spot! Good for 2-3 couples! The dogs loved it too! Would definitely love to go back. Thanks for having us!
Peter A.recommends
September 24, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping @ Camp 4
This is a great site, very peaceful quiet, seen a few goanna in our short time here . Hope to come back
Ash U.recommends
September 18, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping @ Camp 3
The hosts (Deb) were super helpful and contactable. The campsite was an oasis nestled in the trees. Site 3 was flat, secluded, clean and had ample space. The property was quiet and well signed. Met a few horses on our travels too! Would definitely recommend!
Dean G.recommends
September 17, 2022
Relaxing Bush Camping@Camp 6
Real bush camping
What a great spot! Little tricky getting to the camp site while towing the camper, but well worth it! Beautiful, relaxing bush setting. Camp sites are well spread out and the no parties rule means it’s nice and quiet and you feel like you are the only ones there. Friendly, welcoming hosts and felt very welcome.
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