Get Your Glamp-on: Here’s The Best Glamping Spots Near Brisbane

Get Your Glamp-on: Here’s The Best Glamping Spots Near Brisbane

Camping you can finally get around

By Bella Stephan | 12th August 2019

Don’t fancy being eaten alive by mosquitoes, the grains of sand in your bed and the overall not-so-glamorous experience that camping is known for? Not to worry, not many of us do! Though, if you’re having a squabble about the thought of having to surrender to camping there’s always glamping! A nice compromise that’s in-between the deluxe hotel life and roughing-it-up style of camping trips. Glamping is sure to be an easy, comfortable and relaxing holiday, and it could be the closest to The Hilton in the wild you may get! We’ve rounded up the top five glamping experiences close to Brisbane but far enough away to feel like you’re on vacay in the tropics!

Castaways | Moreton Island

Situated on Moreton Island, a 60-minute ferry ride away from Northshore Brisbane, Castaways has 11 fully furnished tents with verandas overlooking the picturesque Moreton Island nature. Queen-sized beds and private ensuites a welcomed feature with a minimum of a 2-night stay valued at $163. No setting up the tent, rolling out your sleeping bag or swatting those flies away; this glamping set up is beautifully laid out for your stay! Only 100 metres walk from the beach you can spend your time relaxing around the shore and at the local Castaway’s café.


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Ketchup’s Bank Glamping | Boonah

Want to get off the beaten track and head into the country? Boonah is where you need to head to for some R&R! Grab a bottle of wine and watch the sunset over the Queensland mountains and continue on into the evening when the stars light up the sky. The tents on top of the hills are feature free Wi-Fi and DVD players inside to keep you in the loop of the outside world while experiencing the isolated country life. Breathe in the fresh air, without the bugs! Check-out their range of packages to make the stay extra special.


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Minjerribah Camping | Stradbroke Island

Want to hear the crash of the waves at night, enjoy the sites of town the next day, browsing the shops and enjoying the local eats? Here’s the place to do it! At $99 per night, glamping at Minjerribah has you sorted with each tent situated beachside with fresh sheets, towels and power! Swim in the afternoon and enjoy a camping experience without...well, the camping experience. No rolling away the tent and sleeping bags here. Facilities such as the communal kitchen and barbecue areas are also a welcomed feature to use during your stay for an inexpensive waterside meal.


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Murphy’s Creek Hideaway | Upper Lockyer Valley

Located only an hour and a half from the heart of Brisbane, Murphy’s Creek Hideaway can be found in the Upper Lockyer Valley 20 minutes from Toowoomba. Overlooking Murphy’s Creek from high, luxurious tents is the perfect getaway and glamping weekend! Each tent furnished with king size beds, private ensuites, rain showers and bathrobes, this is the ideal escape in the nature for anyone wanting to avoid the reality of traditional camping. Ranging from $249 per night the spectacular views and sunsets seen from the safari tents are not to be missed! It really is a retreat amongst the Australian bush.


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Sanctuary by Sirromet | Mt Cotton

Sirromet - the land of wine, now has your sorted so you can wine, dine and stay. With three sophisticated restaurants to choose from you’ll be satisfied with each menu as they all provide different cuisines, before retiring to your luxurious tent amongst the trees. There are several different pavilion glamping tents to choose from ranging from the family pavilion, premium pavilion and honeymoon pavilion all priced around $380 a night and filled with king beds and air conditioning. Forget the bugs, the heat and the pack-up and pack-down, just enjoy yourself in the beautiful Sirromet surrounds for a unique experience.


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Article by Bella Stephan

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