The best camping & glamping on the Sunshine Coast
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Starry Nights Luxury Camping

It's time to stoke the fire, crack open the marshmallows, and settle back amongst our spectacular natural surroundings. We take camping seriously here, and our region is packed with plenty of scenic locations for you to pitch your tent in style. Whether you're new to the game, looking for a hint of luxury, or know all the inside tips, read on to uncover some of the Sunshine Coast's top-notch camping and glamping spots.

Habitat Noosa

Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp
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Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp

Imagine being immersed in 65 acres of pristine bushland, and waking up alongside the sparkling waters of Lake Cootharaba. At Habitat Noosa, you'll be at the doorstep to one of only two natural everglade systems in the world, the Noosa Everglades, and in the prime position to witness kangaroos nibbling grass right alongside your eco-friendly digs.

Depending on preference, you can choose between regular campsites and glamping tents (which take all the hassle of pitching out of your hands). Make the most of this unique setting by checking out the range of watercraft, such as canoes and stand-up paddle boards, for hire, or hit the scenic walking trails that wind through the Sandy National Park.

Paperbark tents at Habitat Noosa
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Paperbark tents at Habitat Noosa

Cotton Tree Holiday Park

 Cotton Tree Holiday Park
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Cotton Tree Holiday Park

It's hard to beat a camp spot right on the banks of the Maroochy River, and Cotton Tree Holiday Park is ready to deliver the ultimate family-friendly holiday. Once you’ve pitched your tent or set up the caravan, you won't have to walk far to reach the sand. You'll also be close to beloved local restaurant The Boat Shed, which offers up delicious riverside dining and a separate fish and chip takeaway menu.

Boreen Point Campground

Paddling on Lake Cootharaba
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Paddling on Lake Cootharaba

Perched right on the edge of Lake Cootharaba with fabulous waterfront views and shady trees, you can’t go wrong with Boreen Point Campground. Here, you'll find plenty of great facilities to dial the experience up a notch: including a kiosk, showers, flushing toilets, drinking water, barbecues, campfires, and more. Oh, and did we mention this place is pet-friendly?

Bluff Creek Campgrounds

Mary River, Kenilworth
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Mary River, Kenilworth

If you're looking for smaller camping digs with plenty of tranquility to go around, check out Bluff Creek Campgrounds in Kenilworth. Awaken each morning to the sight of the stunning mountain ranges in the backdrop, and then spend the day at your leisure. Whether you feel like hopping on a canoe and exploring the nearby Mary River, embarking on a horse riding tour through the countryside, hitting the trails on a mountain bike, or simply relaxing by the bubbling creek, Bluff Creek Campgrounds have got you covered.

Starry Nights Luxury Camping

Starry Nights Luxury Camping
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Starry Nights Luxury Camping

Starry Nights Luxury Camping in West Woombye is the ultimate private escape. Settle back into the soothing forest surroundings from within your 75sqm handmade tent, and let the crackling fireplace do all the talking. Before drifting off to sleep in the king-sized bed, soak in the hot bubble bath and envelope yourself in one of the tent's soft dressing gowns. You'll also want to pay close attention to the sustainability of this place, from the organic linen of the bedsheets to the hand-hewn stone basins.

Noosa North Shore

Noosa North Shore Beach Campground
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Noosa North Shore Beach Campground

If the sound of waves waking you up instead of your alarm clock sounds appealing, you'll be set for plenty of pleasant mornings at the Noosa North Shore Beach Campsite. Use this spot as your launching pad into the spectacular Cooloola Coast, with fabulous fishing spots, stunning beaches, and more on offer. While you won't need a 4WD to access the campsite, you'll still need to catch the ferry across the Noosa River. If you do own a 4WD, you'll find beach access less than 1km from the campground entrance, making it a convenient location for your next beach adventure.

Borumba Deer Park

Borumba Deer Park
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Borumba Deer Park

Disney vibes are aplenty at Borumba Deer Park, where deer graze in the meadows beyond, and the beautiful Yabba Creek flows between lush rural bushland. Here, you'll have access to powered and unpowered sites suitable for tents, trailers and caravans, as well as on-site cabins with convenient amenities like a T.V, shower, and kitchen. Better yet, dogs are also welcome at the powered and non-powered sites (not the cabins), and there's plenty to keep the kids entertained (including hand-feeding the resident deer, goats, and pigs!).

Ingenia Holidays Rivershore

The pool at Ingenia Holidays Rivershore
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The pool at Ingenia Holidays Rivershore

Lock in a trip to Ingenia Holidays Rivershore for a camping experience that adds an extra dash of fun for the family. Located on the scenic banks of the Maroochy River, Ingenia Holidays Rivershore offers up something for everyone: whether you're looking to DIY on a powered caravan or camping site, or settle into the cosy surrounds of an impressive, safari-style glamping tent. Entertainment is within easy reach, with mini-golf, a water slide, and great fishing spots on offer. Plus, when the hunger starts to bite, you can head straight over to the onsite Driftwood Restaurant, Café and Bar.

Kanimbia Luxury Glamping

Turn up the romance and experience the only couple's glamping retreat on the Sunshine Coast at Kanimbia Luxury Glamping. You'll find this gorgeous accommodation spot on an expansive Hinterland property in the Obi Obi Valley, where luxurious Safari Tents provide the ideal setting for star-gazing, wood fireplaces, and unwinding in the bath with Manuka and Haretiki salts

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With a back and front yard as stunning as ours, getting close to nature is an experience all within itself. Pitch a tent in the golden-hued sand dunes at Teewah Beach (where your days will be filled with swimming, fishing and walking the shore) or park your camper at seaside sites at Mooloolaba, Noosa River and Dicky Beach. Head inland and you’ll be rewarded with campsites that fringe lush rainforests, where you’ll fall asleep to the sound of babbling creeks and waterfalls. And if the thought of pitching your own tent sounds like too much hard work - you’re on holiday after all - there are several Sunshine Coast glamping providers like Habitat Noosa, Starry Nights Luxury Camping and Pitch Camping.