Camping and Caravanning

Pitch a tent or pack your things into a campervan and get set for a big adventure on a small budget. Camping and caravanning holidays in Queensland are affordable getaways, sure; but they’re so much more. This is your chance to tailor a journey that’s as remarkable as Queensland’s stunning surrounds.

  • From rustic, no-frills, “let’s get back to nature” campsites to fully equipped, living-it-up, “I can’t believe this counts as camping” facilities; Queensland is packed with campgrounds that will provide endless enjoyment for every taste.
  • Make like a castaway and make the most of Queensland’s glittering coastline. Set up camp on Queensland’s idyllic islands and beaches and get stargazing.
  • What’s the difference between a campervan, caravan, R.V. and motorhome? Find out first-hand by cruising the sunshine state with your bed in toe. Whichever option you choose, we can tell you that feeling of freedom is part of the package.
  • Got kids? We’ve got you… From exploring lush rainforests to expeditions in the outback, the whole family is catered for on a camping and caravanning holiday in Queensland.

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Captain Cook Holiday Village

Seventeen Seventy, Gladstone Area
From AU$32 - 166
The Captain Cook Holiday Village is one of the few accommodation options in the true 1770 and you will be spoilt by choice when it comes to things to do. They have several different styles of cabin: a Bungalow for the budget weary (doesn't have a en suite ) right up to a two bedroom Villa.

NRMA Cairns Holiday Park

Cairns, Cairns Area
From AU$30 - 108
NRMA Cairns Holiday Park is located in the centre of Cairns, where two World Heritage listed areas meet - the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. The park offers a range of accommodation including studios and lodgings, as well as ensuite, powered and unpowered sites for caravanning and camping.

nightfall camp

Lamington, Scenic Rim Area
From AU$795 - 795
Perched beside the crystal-clear tumbling headwaters of Christmas Creek and Queensland's ancient Lamington National Park rainforests, nightfall's luxury tents epitomise the simple luxuries of life. The nightfall 'glamping' (luxury camping) experience steps away from the excess' and complications of the modern world.

Esk Caravan Park and Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Motel

Esk, Somerset Area
From AU$30 - 235
Surrounded by beauty, Esk is an idyllic destination for short or long term stays in the area. Visitors can take time to explore many of the natural and man-made wonders their region has to offer including exploring the beautiful Brisbane Valley Rail Trail by Bike, on Horseback or on foot.

Main Beach Tourist Park

Main Beach, Gold Coast Area
From AU$48 - 449
Main Beach Tourist Park is situated opposite the beach at the northern end of Surfers Paradise. Within the trendy Main Beach precinct, restaurants, shopping and cafes are in walking distance. This park is a little gem in the heart of it, with its own resort-style pool and barbeque area.

Brisbane Gateway Resort

Rochedale, Brisbane Area
From AU$43 - 380
Brisbane Gateway Resort is one of Queensland's favourite caravan and tourist holiday parks. Located in the central, south-side growth suburb of Rochedale, it's just 15 minutes into the City and 25 minutes from the Gold Coast.

Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
From AU$30 - 265
A haven nestled in the beautiful and tranquil surrounds of the Cape Hillsborough National Park – Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park is the ultimate getaway destination to seek respite from the pace of everyday life.

Horseshoe Bay Resort

Bowen, Whitsunday Area
From AU$42.00 - 180.00
Horseshoe Bay Resort and Caravan Park, where the bush really does meet the beach, is situated at the tip of Cape Edgecumbe in Bowen. They are surrounded by four sandy beaches and the reef is just off shore making for some amazing snorkelling and diving.

Bestbrook Mountain Farmstay

Tregony, Southern Downs Area
From AU$40 - 490
Bestbrook is a farmstay the whole family will enjoy. They have accommodation to suit all budgets from bush camping, to their bunkhouse and up to their self contained cabins. Imagine waking up in the crisp morning air and, after a fun filled day, relaxing as you watch the sun set on another splendid Queensland experience.

Cotton Tree Holiday Park

Cotton Tree, Sunshine Coast Area
From AU$43 - 268
Cotton Tree Holiday Park is a family holiday favourite. Located right on the sandy banks of the Maroochy River it provides a whole host of water sport activity such as sailboard riding and sailing. The river also provides the angler with 'all year round' catches of a variety of fish species.
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