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Flaggy Creek Caravan Camp

3 sites · RVs, Tents260 acres · Wondecla, QLD
Flaggy creek caravan camp is set on a private 260 acre rural property at the end of an unsealed road surrounded by the peace and serenity of state forest. A highlight is a beautiful permanent creek which meanders its way through the property for approximately 1 klm and is habitat to platypus, turtles, an abundance of bird life and towering blue and rose gums. Take a dip on a hot day in one of several water holes including a large lagoon adjacent a mini waterfall surrounded by beautiful she-oaks. The space we only have 3 available campsites all with amazing views and with plenty space two being on the banks of Flaggy creek (Flaggy creek camp 1) Flaggy creek camp 2) and Bluff view, all camp sites have their own fire pit. (Fire season permitting).
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Lake Tinaroo Holiday Park

158 sites · RVs, Tents17 acres · Tinaroo, QLD
Sprawled across more than 17 acres and surrounded by lush, native bushland, Lake Tinaroo Holiday Park has a brand new all abilities Splash Pad and Accessible Pool. It is just a stone’s throw from stunning Lake Tinaroo – the heart of adventure on the Atherton Tableland. Indulge in one of the park’s coveted Waterview Villas, opt for the convenience of a Pool-Side Unit, park the van up for a no-fuss stopover or revel in the simplicity of pitching a tent – you can do it all at Lake Tinaroo Holiday Park.
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Ginya Mija Wamban (Camp I Built)

3 sites · Lodging4 acres · Wondecla, QLD
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this Country, the Jirrbal People, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we stand today, and pay our respects to their Elders past , present and future. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples . Come and escape to our stunning off-grid cabin in Wondecla, located in the serene Atherton Tablelands. Surrounded by beautiful gum trees in a natural setting, it's the perfect destination for those seeking tranquillity and relaxation. Our host has expertly constructed the cabin from a combination of recycled and new materials, featuring large windows that offer breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape. Booking the cabin grants you exclusive use of the entire campsite, and you have the option to invite friends and family to join you for a small fee. The cabin itself provides a peaceful retreat, equipped with a comfortable bed, fresh linens, and all the amenities you need to feel at home. Powered entirely by a solar 12v system, the cabin provides a sustainable off-grid living experience. Wake up to the sounds of nature, step out onto your private deck, and take in the breath-taking views of the surrounding wildlife. Our campsite offers a range of amenities, including a large fire pit for cosy evenings and a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen for preparing meals. The outdoor shower is spacious, providing a unique experience of showering under the stars. We source hot water from rainwater tanks or the nearby creek during dry seasons, so you can still enjoy a warm shower even while off-grid. Surrounded by stunning natural beauty, with gum trees towering overhead and the sounds of birds and wildlife in the background, it's the perfect place to relax, unwind and reconnect with nature. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family holiday or a peaceful retreat, our beautiful cabin in Wondecla is the perfect choice. We ask that you respect the property and please leave it like you found it and take your rubbish with you...thank you! We can't wait to welcome you to Ginya Mija Wamban! Here are some attractions that are within a one-hour radius of Herberton, a town located in the Atherton Tablelands region of Queensland, Australia: Atherton Tablelands: A scenic region with opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and scenic drives. Millaa Millaa Falls: A stunning waterfall surrounded by lush rainforest and a picnic area. Malanda Falls: Another beautiful waterfall with a swimming hole, picnic area, and scenic walking trails. Curtain Fig Tree: An ancient fig tree that is over 500 years old and one of the largest in the world. Granite Gorge Nature Park: A park where visitors can get up close and personal with rock wallabies and other native animals. Danbulla National Park and Forest Reserve: A park with several scenic walks, picnic areas, and a variety of wildlife. Tinaroo Dam: A dam that offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and water sports. Lake Tinaroo: A popular spot for water sports, fishing, and camping. Innot Hot Springs: A spot known for its natural hot springs and scenic beauty, with opportunities for swimming, relaxing, and exploring the surrounding area. There are also other nearby attractions, such as Lake Eacham, Walkamin Research Station, and Yidyam (Mount Uncle). Kuranda is a small town located in Far North Queensland, Australia, that offers a range of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. Some of the most popular attractions in Kuranda include: Kuranda Scenic Railway: A historic railway that offers a scenic journey through the rainforest. Kuranda Skyrail: A cableway that offers panoramic views of the rainforest and Barron Gorge National Park as it travels from Kuranda to Cairns. Kuranda Village Market: An outdoor market featuring a range of local arts, crafts, and products, as well as food stalls and live entertainment. Butterfly Sanctuary: An indoor sanctuary that is home to a variety of exotic butterfly species, as well as reptiles and birds. Barron Gorge National Park: A park that offers a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, picnicking, and birdwatching. Kuranda Wildlife Experience: A wildlife park that offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals, including kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies. Yungaburra is a small town located in Far North Queensland, Australia, in the Atherton Tablelands region. Some of the popular attractions in Yungaburra include: Yungaburra Heritage Walk: A walk that takes visitors through the town's historic centre and features many of the town's most iconic buildings, including the Yungaburra Hotel and the Old Post Office. Koombooloomba is a lake located near the town of Mount Garnet in the Atherton Tablelands region. The lake and its surroundings are a popular spot for birdwatching, and they are also of cultural significance to the local Indigenous communities.
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Tropical Woopen Creek Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Woopen Creek, QLD
You will have access to our beautiful peaceful surroundings, with adequate shelter under some lovely big trees park your camper or pitch a swag. We also have a nice running creek that you can take a cooling down soak in or just enjoy watching our many wild life that are present throughout the creek, fish , eels and turtles. It's truly a very private and relaxing spot to chill out and enjoy camping for a few days or whatever suits your needs while passing the area. Plenty of fantastic swimming holes nearby including Josephine falls and Babinda boulders very popular spots for tourist and the locals. Site 1 right down on the creek large grass flat space big enough for two families to set up camp. The creek runs around the outside so there are a number of viewing points to see the wildlife mentioned above. A set of solar lights hang over the firepit area allowing for more light while cooking on our wonderful swinging hotplate BBQ. Site 2 Our newer spot work in progress not so ideal for camper trailers. your situated under our tree line away from the main creek but still with your own small dirt track down to the creek. A smaller paver firepit, plenty fine for sitting around an open fire while watching the stars at night. So please check by internal message before confirming your booking that way we can confirm a spot while discussing your needs to ensure you have a clear view of your camping area. Onsite we have our shared outhouse porta toilet which is positioned in the middle of both camping areas for everyone's convenience. Take note of our extras available when confirming your booking. Please follow us on instagram - tropicalwoopencreekcamping
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Barron River Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent30 acres · Atherton, QLD
We love our slice of paradise and want to share it with others. We have been improving the land since moving here with a focus on regeneration and sustainable farming practices, such as excluding cattle from the river, replanting and finding alternate ways to approach pest management. At times we host women's wellness retreats with consistent positive feedback of being nurtured by nature.
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Fnq blooms

2 sites · RVs52 acres · Bartle Frere, QLD
Fnq blooms is a Tropical flower Farm. The 52 acre property is situated at the foothills of Queensland's tallest mountain, Mount Bartle Frere standing at 1622mt. Camp creek-side at FNQ Blooms, a tropical flower farm situated in the rainforest. Campers will love exploring the crystal clear creeks and waterfalls all around the area within 10 minutes drive. Our Tropical Flower Farm is a 52-acre property situated at the foothills of Mt Bartle about one hour drive south of the Cairns International Airport. We grow an extensive variety of tropical Heliconia and Ginger for use in the Australian Cut Flower market. Our farm is completely self-sustainable. We have a waterfall that generates our power through Hydroelectricity and gravity-fed water from a natural spring. Just 20 minutes from the farm is the township of Babinda.
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Katecallan

4 sites · RVs, Tents130 acres · Ravenshoe, QLD
This rainforest property is 6 kms from the highest town in Qld, Ravenshoe. Lawler Creek winds through the property with campsites next to the creek or away. The campsites around the property suit self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water supply. This rainforest property is 6 kms from the highest town in Qld, Ravenshoe. Lawler Creek winds through the property with campsites next to the creek or away. No pets please. Platypus Bend This campsite would accommodate multiple camper vans and cars, and is located on the bend of the creek with steps down into the water. There are large trees and abundant bird life, and you may spot a platypus if lucky. A large fire pit is set up for all your camp oven cooking. Chirpy Camp This is a very private camp for tent or a roof top camper, maximum 2 people. Camp by the creek and enjoy the birdlife, and peace and quite. There is an open fire available and plenty of wood to collect. Chicken Run Camp This is a peaceful campsite, with plenty of timber for an open fire, and flat grassy areas. It's a short walk to creek. Abundant bird life. Wake up to the rooster crowing, goats baaing and birds chirping. Enjoy the evenings around the campfire.
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Hectic Valley Farm

5 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · QLD
100 acres on the beautiful Atherton Tablelands, North Queenslands food bowl. Campsites are beside or near a massive dam that attracts a great variety of bird life and enjoy amazing sunsets. Chat in the afternoons with the menagerie of animals we have on the farm such as Clydesdale horses, camels, sheep, cows, chickens, peafowl, ducks and friendly geese. Nearby tourist destinations include Chillagoe Caves, Mt Mulligan plus Mareeba those into wine, coffee and spirit tasting as well as the rich history of olden day farming. Two private spots are available a few short meters from the edge of a massive dam with another completely secluded site amongst the bushland. Bird watchers dream with the constant residents such as Pacific Black Ducks, Royal Spoon Bills, Egrets, Plumed Whistling-Ducks, Herons and Plain Turkeys plus seasonal birds flying in for a rest Black Swans, Pelicans, Jabirus, Black Cockatoos and so many more. Swim, kayak, catch and release fish, throw in a RedClaw pot or hunt for muscles clams. Do some hiking or 4 wheel driving around the hundred acres with our 4 wheel driving tracks. Please Note: Waterfront campsite is the only site accessible by 2WD with no trailer. The other campsites are 4WD access only and with off road campers/caravans only. These are self contained sites so please take your own shower and toilet facilities and take away all waste. Well behaved dogs are allowed but must be supervised at all times for the protection of the sheep, poultry, wildlife and not to be brought to the house yard. We have a wet season (December to March) and dry season (September to December) choose your ideal times to stay. For more info on us visit our website. www.hecticvalleyfarm.com.au
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Wally's Roost

3 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Chewko, QLD
We are wildlife carers and have turned our property into a wildlife reserve for the animals. There is wildlife including wallabies (agile and betongs), brush tail possums and birds. A night viewing of possums and wallabies may be available. Please contact hosts to arrange this viewing.Enjoy the sunsets as you relax around the campfire. The property is surrounded by various nature reserves and attractions in the area within a 30 minute drive.(Granite Gorge Nature park, Davis creek national park and Emerald creek falls)We have three separate sites secluded from each other. One site accommodates large recreational vehicles, and is drive through, with farmland and hill views. The other two sites are situated by the creek. Please contact us before booking to discuss which site is best for your vehicle and camping set up. This campsite suits self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water supply.Your beloved pooch is most welcome to join you but required to remain within your campsite and must be restrained during the night due to the wildlife.If you would like to stay longer, we are happy to offer you a discount code (minimum 4 nights) - please contact us prior to booking.Children aged 13 years and under camp for free.Senior discounts available.
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Resonance - Forest Song

3 sites · Tents80 acres · Topaz, QLD
Boonjie is a great place to base yourself to visit the amazing sights in the surrounding area! Our property has beautiful native visitors, including the occasional cassowary, and regular morning choir of ground dwelling chowachillas. This campsite suits self reliant and self contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and water supply. Lamins Hill lookout, and the entrances to Windin Falls, and the famous trek up Queensland’s Highest Mountain, are only minutes away. So too, are the Atherton Tablelands‘ crater lakes, Eacham & Barrine, and the small town of Malanda, with its iconic falls, both designated swimming destinations, though, highlights are the clear creeks between there and Boonjie (means mate). This is near “Top Camp”, where First Nations people would arrive after the gruelling walk up the Russel River, from the coast, where Innisfail now stands (Innisfail can be seen from the top road). With evidence of European and Chinese gold miners, from the 1900’s, this spot is both remote AND central, for a day trip to Millaa Millaa’s extraordinary Falls circuit, Herberton’s Historical Village and the flowered and funky Yungaburra.
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Crystal Valley

2 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Woopen Creek, QLD
Quiet camping spot down by Woopen Creek, secluded and pristine. Approximately 1 acre, mowed and shaded. Fire permitted with own wood when conditions allow. Swimming hole, ( disclaimer- be sensible around water in FNQ and be croc wise) also be aware of Bullrout being native to this area. Short drive to Babinda Boulders, Josephine Falls, Bramston Beach and the Tablelands. Close by are also Paronella Park, Mamu Skywalk and 45 minute drive from Cairns.
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The River Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres · Goldsborough, QLD
Experience the ultimate riverside camping adventure! Our property offers camp sites located right on the riverbank, with manicured lawns extending to the river's edge. It is a child-friendly swimming area, and you can also enjoy rafting and tubing down the river. Jungle Perch fishing is also available, providing you with a unique experience. You can have campfires, which is a great way to end the day with family and friends. The property is located just 45 km from Cairns, providing a perfect weekend or holiday getaway for families, couples, or friends. The beautiful scenery, fun water activities, and relaxation on the riverside will make your camping trip a memorable experience. Book your stay today and enjoy the adventure of riverside camping. Guests must be fully self-contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste with them on departure. No pets allowed.
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Embark on an adventure through the ancient landscapes of Mount Hypipamee National Park. Venture along the Crater track to gaze into the depths of a volcanic pipe or follow the Dinner Falls circuit for cascading waterfalls. Spot unique wildlife and immerse yourself in the lush rainforest, all while respecting the traditional landowners, the Ngadjon and Jirrbal peoples.

When to go

The best time to visit Mount Hypipamee National Park is during the cooler, drier months from May to September. The mild climate makes for pleasant exploration. The wet season, from December to April, can bring heavy rainfall and higher humidity, which may affect accessibility and comfort.

Know before you go

  • Stay on marked tracks and behind barriers at viewing platforms for your safety.
  • Be aware of park alerts for closures or safety information before your visit.
  • Accessibility is limited, so check ahead if you require wheelchair-friendly facilities.
  • Bring a torch for spotlighting nocturnal wildlife and a warm jumper for cooler evenings.
  • No trash bins are provided; please take all litter home with you.

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