Where to go Glamping in Brisbane

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Who says you have to rough it to enjoy the great outdoors? Glamping in Brisbane is here to save all of you who prefer to have a side of luxury with their outdoor adventures. 

While some of us love to get back to basics, roll out the sleeping bag and sleep under the stars, there are a few of us who would prefer to become one with nature in a more civilised manner (guilty as charged!) Luckily, glamping in Brisbane is a thing nowadays and the easiest way to enjoy the great outdoors with all your creature comforts close by.

From beachside getaways to mountain escapes, there are plenty of spots for glamping in Brisbane and surrounds and we've picked six of the best.

Six of the Best Spots for Glamping in Brisbane

1. Sanctuary by Sirromet

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Welcome to your deluxe glamping in Brisbane experience. Image: supplied.


Sanctuary by Sirromet at Sirromet Winery in Mt Cotton is just 30 minutes from Brisbane City and offers Queensland’s first-ever vineyard glamping retreat. Choose from one of 18 tents featuring king-size beds, free wi-fi, air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and more. You can treat yourself to breakfast, lunch or dinner (or all three) at one of Sirromet’s three restaurants, plus they offer wine tasting tours, a nine-hole golf course, nature walks and plenty of other ways to unwind.  

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2. Mingerribah Camping

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If you've always wanted to go glamping on Stradbroke Island, look no further than Minjerribah. Image: supplied.


In the beautiful surrounds of Adder Rock on one of Stradbroke Island's northern beaches, you will find a mini-village of bell-shaped glamping tents at Mingerribah Camping. Get up close with nature in this glamping spot with all the creature comforts you need including a cosy double bed and deluxe pillows, deck chairs, lighting and power. There are plenty of glamping options to choose from with Eco Island tents and cabins also available. Mingerribah is close to swimming beaches, fishing, heritage walks, a bowls club, sandboarding and more.

3. Moreton Island Glamping

Glamping in Brisbane doesn't get more picturesque than on one of our favourite islands! Moreton Island Glamping has 11 furnished glamping tents with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors with the comforts of home. Glamping tents include a queen-size bed, bunk beds, a private ensuite and veranda. And that's not even the best part – when glamping at Moreton Island, the beach is just a short 100-metre stroll! 

4. Nightfall 

For a truly luxurious and romantic experience glamping in Brisbane, try Nightfall in the stunning Lamington National Park. The eight custom-made safari tents available in a tranquil pocket of the Lamington National Park are just heaven for all glamping enthusiasts. The tents come complete with twin baths, a rotating fireplace, stylish wooden floors and cosy bedding. If you’re looking for a completely indulgent and peaceful weekend away, Nightfall will do the trick!

5. Spicers Canopy

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Now, this is our kind of glamping in Brisbane! Image: supplied.


Another incredible glamping spot near Brisbane, Spicers Canopy Luxury Tents is toted as the most unique and memorable glamping destination in South-east Queensland. Just 1.5 hours from Brisbane, Spicers Canopy offers 10 safari-style tents with breathtaking mountain views. These luxury glamping tents come with king or twin beds, a hot water bottle turn-down service, robes and slippers, polished wooden floors and more. Families can explore the nearby walking trails by day and relax under the stars at night - heaven!

6. Alure Stanthorpe

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Get ready to camp under the stars in Queensland. Image: supplied.


Set in the beautiful Granite Belt, Alure Stanthorpe puts the glam in glamping! This 56-square-metre tent has all the mod-cons and conveniences you would get from a stylish hotel. Set on a timber deck, Alure’s safari tent features a stunning kitchen with European appliances, king-size deluxe bedroom, ensuite and entertainment system. The Granite Belt region has plenty to offer with food and wine trails and national parks - what more could you want?!

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