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Sarabah Camping

· Sarabah, Queensland
300 acres hosted by Steve M.
8 Vehicle/Tent sites
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at some sites.
Amazing views
Hipcampers say this spot has amazing views.
Steve is a Star Host
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Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Sarabah is a 300 acre working cattle property located along the upper reaches of the pristine Canungra Creek and in the foothills of the Lamington National Park. Access is possible in 2WD in fine weather but 4WD will be needed in wet weather. Guests must be fully self-contained including toilet and drinking water - no facilities provided. We ask for minimal impact - removal of all waste and rubbish is the guest's responsibility. Dogs are permitted but must be under control at all times. Open fires permitted only in fire pits provided - subject to local restrictions when applicable. Firewood is available and delivered to your campsite. Please message Steve 48 hours prior to arrival if you would like firewood. We currently have 8 campsites that can be booked: The Campground (site 1), The Secret Spot (site 2), The Picnic Ground (site 3), The Overflow (site 4), The Rock Shelf (site 5), The Nook (site 6), The Paddock (site 7) and The Cranny (site 8). All sites have creek frontage and are private and a reasonable distance away from other sites. Note: vehicles, camper trailers, caravans and toilets are not to be set up within 10m of the creek as per local government by-laws. When booking, select one of these 8 sites and you will have exclusive use of that site for your stay. Please note that the price is per person and all guests must be included when booking. Bookings can be altered (guests added and deleted) by the person making the booking and it is their responsibility to collect payment from others for whom they have booked and paid. Please ensure you check the specific directions to your site in "My Trips" (in your profile area) when you have a confirmed booking.
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Sarabah, Queensland, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Bundjalung and Yugambeh First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Steve M.Joined in January 2019
1058 Ratings · 769 reviews
Rebecca D.recommends
November 27, 2023
The Rock Shelf Sarabah Camping
Beautiful private camp above running creek. Our favourite hipcamp
Nicole L.recommends
November 26, 2023
The Nook Sarabah Camping
Sarabah a patch of paradise
Loved our time camping at the Nook campground. Beautiful running creek, free range cows who are very friendly. Beautiful grassy areas and seems to only have 8 sites which means it will never be packed out. Can’t wait to go back and camp on the Cranny site.
Ashley E.recommends
November 23, 2023
The Nook Sarabah Camping
Beautiful and relaxing
Beautiful spot, well spaced out from others. Quiet, pet friendly and just a great spot to relax.
Madelief B.recommends
November 21, 2023
The Rock Shelf Sarabah Camping
Great time!
Amazing space to camp. All sites are along the creek and far away from other campers leaving you with your own space. We stayed at camp 5 and it was perfect with the surrounding trees and a large space. For something so close to Gold coast you feel like you're miles out. Would recommend.
Glen K.recommends
November 19, 2023
The Paddock
Great spot overall, very nice creek to swim in try your hand at catching carp. Would go back again for sure.
Vaughan W.recommends
November 19, 2023
The Overflow
Awesome…….. a long way away from other camps, well kept site awesome fire pits, animal manure cleared at your site b4 arrival. First time hipcamping , u have set the standard. Well done guys, we are coming back
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