Alkoomi Adventure Farm offers a spacious campgrounds and en-suite rooms on a working family operated cattle farm. A very family friendly campground, they also provide activity packages for guests to experience horse riding and motorbike riding over the hills, taking in the stunning scenery and the 360 degree views upon reaching the top hills.
Spacious campgrounds near the camp kitchen
Kilcowera Station is a 49,000 ha working cattle station that offers accommodation and camping options for travellers and caravanners allowing you to experience the vastness and natural beauty of the Outback. Activities include guided or self guided tours to scenic areas, four wheel driving, bird and wildlife watching, yabbying, bushwalking, camp oven cooking and superb photographic opportunities.
Campsite right on the water’s edge
A waterfront camp ground perfectly suited to campers with either self-sufficient caravans, RVs, camping trailers and tents who are looking for an affordable, peaceful and safe relaxing holiday experience or for a rest stop while doing the “big lap”. Native bush land along the esplanade provides a shaded area for socialising, great little walks along the creek or for bird-watching as the area offers an abundance of wildlife.
Baffle Creek serene view
Located on the iconic Stradbroke Island, this site offers shady campsites located on one of the island’s famous surf beaches, where you can enjoy the waves and the nearby attractions, as it is situated close to cafes, boutiques, and restaurants of Point Lookout, and the renowned Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel, making it extremely popular during peak holiday periods.
Picnic Area facing the beach
Close to many Scenic Rim drives including the Border Ranges, Lions Road, Lamington National Park and Main Range National Park with numerous water activities to choose from, and all the facilities you may need, it is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural wonders of the area.
Spacious shady campsites
Offering spacious drive through sites and exquisite 360 degree views of the surrounding ranges for self sufficient travellers. All sites are drive through and spacious to ensure maximum enjoyment and comfort during your stay. Take pleasure in the spectacular ancient displays of aboriginal artwork with a guided tour, or explore the hidden ranges untouched by civilisation from the air.
Panoramic view of the campground
This is just one of several campgrounds on the Inskip Peninsular which is the southern gateway to Fraser Island. It offers camping behind the fore-dunes that is suited for larger caravans and big rigs with a short walk to the surf beach and a view across the ocean towards the island. Ideal for fishing, swimming, boating, 4WD’ing on the beach, walking in the Great Sandy National Parks, and great views and steep sand dunes for sliding down at Carlo Sand Blow.
Peaceful and shady campsite
10 acres of beach campimg including 5 acres of spectacular rain forest, a paradise for birds both large and small and home to a variety of local wildlife. The campground adjoins the beautiful Weary Bay, and is a stones throw from the Bloomfield River, a superb place to spend a few peaceful days, or weeks.
Tropical paradise campground
“Where the Daintree Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef” Explore and discover one of the world’s oldest surviving rainforests with a huge range of activities and adventures on offer. The campground has a range of beachfront camping options ideal for couples, families and groups to relax, unwind and recharge. There is also the Sand Bar offering Espressos & Wood fire pizza in the middle of the rain forest.
The Sandbar – serving espresso & wood fired pizzas
A popular oasis for travelers along the Overlander’s Way and Savannah Way, Adels Grove is a remote tourist mecca attracting visitors from around the world for its unexpected beauty and idyllic natural surrounds. It sits alongside of Lawn Hill Creek, a pristine spring-fed waterway ideal for cooling off on a warm outback day.
Stunning Lawn Hill Creek