Best Glamping Spots Around Brisbane

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Who says you have to rough it to enjoy the great outdoors? Let’s face it – camping isn’t for everyone. Some of us love to get back to basics, roll out the sleeping bag and sleep under the stars, while the rest of us wouldn’t mind a few creature comforts while we become one with nature - hello hair straighteners and comfy bed.

This is where glamping comes in giving you the best of both worlds. And the good news is there are plenty of glamping spots near and around Brisbane. From beachside getaways to mountain escapes – here’s our pick of the best glamping spots around Brisbane.

Sanctuary by Sirromet

Sirromet Winery at Mt Cotton, just 30 minutes from Brisbane City, offers Queensland’s first-ever vineyard glamping. Choose from one of 18 tents featuring king size beds, free wi-fi, air conditioning, a shower and toilet, and more. You can treat yourself to breakfast, lunch or dinner (or all three) at one of Sirromet’s three restaurants, do a wine tasting or tour, play SUPA GOLF and enjoy a nearby nature track.

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Mingerribah Camping, Stradbroke Island

In the beautiful surrounds of Adder Rock on one of Straddie’s northern beaches, you will find a mini village of bell-shaped glamping tents. Get up close with nature in this shady campsite with all the creature comforts you need including a cosy double bed and deluxe pillows, deck chairs, lighting and power. There are plenty of 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.

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Moreton Island Adventures

Moreton Island Adventures has 11 furnished tents with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors with the comforts of home. Tents include a queen size bed, bunk beds, a private ensuite and veranda. Better yet – the beach is a short 100 metre stroll from the glamp site. Moreton Island Adventures glamping is located in Bulwer, 20 minutes drive from the Micat landing point.

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Nightfall Wilderness Camp, Scenic Rim

For a truly luxurious and romantic glamping experience, try Nightfall on the Scenic Rim. There are eight custom-made safari tents available set in a tranquil pocket of Lamington National Park. The tents are complete with twin baths, a rotating fireplace, silky wooden floors and cosy bedding. If you’re looking for a completely indulgent and peaceful weekend away – Nightfall will do the trick!

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Spicers Canopy, Scenic Rim

Another beauty on the Scenic Rim trail is Spicers Canopy. Just 1.5 hours from Brisbane, Spicers offers 10 safari-style tents with breathtaking mountain views. These luxury tents come with king or twin beds, a hot water bottle turn down service, a robe and slippers, polished wooden floors and more. Explore the nearby walking trails by day and relax under the stars at night.

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Alure, Stanthorpe

Set in the beautiful Granite Belt, Alure, puts the glamourous 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.

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