Queensland is a camping destination for campers looking for the perfect campsites. There are many options for campers looking for outdoor fun, while living in caravans or camps. Queensland also has famous campsites offering luxurious stay in caravans and camps, for those who like to rough it out in style.
Brisbane Holiday Village
Just 12-minutes away from Brisbane, the Brisbane Holiday Village offers luxury cabins and caravan sites. The holiday village spread across 33 acres of magnificently landscape. The secluded caravan sites are modern and exceptionally large. The cabins are self-appointed and luxurious. It is the perfect camping site for families too.
Fitzroy Island Resort
The island resort is a tropical paradise surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The island resort is a 60-minute ride on a ferry, from Cairns, North Queensland. The island resort offers a truly luxurious stay to its visitors. Luxurious suites and studios with beachfront campgrounds offer many opportunities to have fun outdoors. The resort provides facilities like swimming pool, spa, games rooms, conference rooms, restaurants, and cinema to the guests.
Nobby Beach Holiday Village
Situated close to the Gold coast, the Nobby beach Holiday Village is a luxury campsite that offers cabins, caravan sites and camping grounds. The campground offers features like self-contained cabins, wading pools, swimming pool and slides and barbeque spaces for the enjoyment of the guests.
Big 4 Toowoomba Garden City Holiday Park
Big 4 Toowoomba Garden City Holiday Park offers cabins, camping sites and caravan sites to those who want a comfortable camping vacation. The park offers suites, budget cabins, cottages, bedrooms and studios. The well-landscaped property has grassy fields for the campers and the caravan sites.
Discovery Holiday Parks Lake Mara Boon
Just 20 km away from Emerald, Queensland, the Discovery Holiday Parks lake Mara Boon, offers clean and comfortable accommodation for campers. The site offers 20 villas, 150 powered sites and other facilities to the guests. It is the perfect location for a comfortable outdoor holiday.
Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat
Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat is located in the Cania Gorge National Park and offers both powered and non-powered sites with many facilities. The retreat offers a pool, grocery shop, laundry, gas fills and fish cleaning area among other facilities. The national park gives an opportunity to learn more about the Aboriginal People and see rock paintings that are thousands of years old.
Platypus Bush Camp
The Platypus Bush camp has a unique laid-back vibe because of its bush setting in the Finch Hatton Gorge. The rainforest camping grounds have cooking shelter, fireplaces and hot showers. The grounds are suitable for both caravans and camp trailers. The Wazza community runs it and platypus sightings are quite common.