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Tanah Suci (Sacred Ground)

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· Pinbarren, Queensland
5 acres hosted by Michele B.
3 Vehicle/Tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
PeACeFuL and pRiVatE, enjoy your own creekside camp. Located under Mt. Pinbarren and beside Pinbarren Creek my beautiful 5 acre property is mostly lawns and gardens. With the creek on two sides, not overlooked, with pond and causeway across the front you are in your own little oasis. Suitable for any self sustaining set up from a swag to a large camper. We are right by the Noosa Trail Network, close to the gorgeous Lake Cootharaba for water activities, quad bike tours, horse riding, biking, hiking, maybe climb the famous Mt. Cooroora. My beautiful property is surrounded by water with a swimming hole. We have volleyball, cricket, football, golf, totem tennis, many outdoor games and activities. For your evening fun we have many games, cards, bingo, checkers, monopoly, scrabble, boggle, etc., or enjoy campfire marshmellows by the creek. You will rejuvenate as you meditate beside the creek and take in the sacred energy of Mt. Pinbarren. Quiet and private. Dog friendly. A safe place for your fur babies to run and play while you sit back, watch and relax. Kids can explore the creek or enjoy the many outside games on the lawns. Campfires permitted (except in Total Fire Ban) and firewood is available on request.Easy access and parking in a range of beautiful areas in the property. No amenities so guests must be self sufficient with own amenities and leave no trace. Only one booking at a time (except Xmas and Easter) for a group so you have privacy but couple of families are welcome. Creek on three sides with a lovely private secret swimming hole.
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Pinbarren, 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
Hosted by Michele B.Joined in January 2019
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26 Ratings · 21 reviews
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David B.recommends
February 17, 2024
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Beautiful base camp.
Spacious block able to hold numerous campers without being in each others pockets. Beautiful tree lined creek. Plenty of birds. Road noise minimal during the day near zero at night. No Optus reception. Good Tv. Good place to stay as a base to see many things in the area. Not far to Noosa, Gympie and all the little towns in between.
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Lachlan F.recommends
August 21, 2023
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Amazing!!
Absolutely loved our stay here, owners are very nice and easy going. If you’re looking for a place to get away from the city this place is amazing!
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Meta G.recommends
July 6, 2023
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Nice spot and Michelle was lovely. I would recommend
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Samuel C.recommends
June 25, 2023
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Really nice spot: flat, quiet, lots of birds in the morning, and 5min from Cooran Brewery...
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Vanessa H.recommends
April 9, 2023
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Lovely Stay
Lovely hosts and very well kept property. Loved that they provided us with Jenga for our camping trip 😊
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David R.recommends
January 2, 2023
Pomona - Hinterland Hideaway
Really enjoyed our stay and would recommend. We used the site as our base for day trips.
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