Camping Sites Brisbane
If you’re thinking about group camping tours, Brisbane has a lot to offer. For the sun and surf types, you can do a tour of the islands that lie just off the coast. The major islands all have a selection of camping sites to choose from.
Or head inland and experience the majesty of the wonderful Jimna State Forest. Water sports enthusiasts will enjoy a camping trip to the mighty Wivenhoe Dam, which holds twice as much water as Sydney Harbour! All these facts and more in our blog….
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Group Camping Tours Brisbane – Kilcowera Station Farm Stay
Kilcowera Station is an organic working cattle station 1200 kilometres to the west of Brisbane. The owners allow camping and offer guided tours of the station. You can also head off and do your own thing, including visiting saline Lake Wyara in neighbouring Currawinya National Park. The tracks are clearly signposted.
Kilcowera and the neighbouring family owned Zenonie Station cover 80,000 hectares of the Mulga Rangelands in the Bulloo River Catchment. The terrain is a diverse mix of gorges, caves, waterfalls and creeks. Your accommodation includes staying in the Shearers Quarters, bringing your own caravan, or camping out in the bush at Cardenyabba Lagoon.
Group Camping Tours Brisbane – Cylinder Beach, North Stradbroke Island
Ah Straddie. A perfect destination for group camping tours in Brisbane. Pristine white beaches lapped by the blue waters of the mighty Coral Sea. What’s not to love about this popular island holiday spot!
North Stradbroke Island, the world’s second largest sand island, has accommodation aplenty catering for all tastes. From elegant beachside apartments and upmarket motels to unpretentious camping sites like Cylinder Beach and everything in between. As for things to do, you can do the headland gorge walk, go 4Wdriving, swimming, surfing, body boarding, beach fishing and plenty more besides.
Group Camping Tours Brisbane – Bribie Island Caravan Park
From Stradbroke Island just south of Brisbane to Bribie Island just north of Brisbane, an island hopping group camping tour is a great way to explore these islands just off the Queensland coast. Access to Bribie Island is via a bridge and there are a number of great camping sites once you get there. Some require 4WDs to access them though.
Most of Bribie Island is covered by a national park and camping arrangements within the park are arranged through the Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service. Or you can choose to stay at the Bribie Island Caravan Park in the local town.
Group Camping Tours Brisbane – Peach Trees Camping, Jimna State Forest
Inland from the Sunshine Coast and about 140 kilometres north of Brisbane is the Jimna State Forest. A great destination for group camping tours from Brisbane, the main camping area within Jimna is Peach Trees Camping.
Run by the Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service, the camping ground is located beside Yabba Creek. The forest area is open here and campers can enjoy exploring the surrounding native pine plantations and remnant pockets of native forests.
Group Camping Tours Brisbane – Captain Logan Camp, Wivenhoe Dam
Want to see more water in one dam than that contained in Sydney Harbour? Around an hour’s drive out of Brisbane, Wivenhoe Dam is a large water reserve serving South East Queensland. It’s also a major water sports hub and a popular camping destination for water sports lovers.
Captain Logan Camp at the dam caters for both tents and trailers. Amongst the activities on offer here are sailing, swimming and canoeing.
Sun, sand, surf, sub-tropical rainforests and more. They all await you on group camping tours in Brisbane! And your TravelSafe coach also awaits you. Travel in style and comfort in one of our self-drive charters, or we can do the driving for you. If you’re ready to book your coach charter in Brisbane, then contact us today.