Campgrounds in the Northern Rivers, Gold Coast and Scenic Rim region can range from primitive camping on a farm bush block, through to a private or council run tourist park with all the mod cons. You'll also find camp grounds, car camping and walk-in camping available in many of the World Heritage listed national parks of the region.
Tariff is indicative only (per night/off peak).
Hosanna offers a range of camping options at our grassy camp ground, including unpowered and powered sites, with or without shared kitchen facilities. Other shared facilities include lounge, laundry, internet access, and a wood fired sauna next to our swimming and kayaking dam. And we're dog friendly! From AUD $12 pp camping to $150 for cabins Day visitors welcome - $.
Most beachside holiday parks and tourist parks will by run by the local council, while private campgrpounds and holiday parks can be located near the beach or national parks and nature reserves. Campgrounds and tent sites may also be available at country resorts and farmstays, with on-site adventure and nature activities available. Like beachside tourist and holiday parks, most private campgrounds usually provide a campers kitchen and clean, modern amenities.
Book selected campgrounds and tent parks below via Booking.com* or search for more options.
Camping in the World Heritage listed national parks of the region is very popular on weekends and during school holidays, with some locations being walk-in bush camping only. Booking online in advance for QLD National Parks is recommended. At NSW National Parks, it is "first come - best dressed", so you may drive in, and pay your camping fee as directed at self payment stations prior to setting up camp. Please note; firearms and pets are not permitted in national parks*.
*Caravanners please note: Composting toilets are common in most national parks. Please DON'T empty your portaloo waste into them, as the chemicals in portaloos destroy natural processes that make composting toilets an effective eco-friendly option in these places.
Camping in public reserves is usually operated by local community showground trust, progress association or overseen by the general store or garage owner/manager in the local village. There maybe a standard "gold coin" donation or nominal fee for camping at these locations. Facilities are usually primitive or basic, and depending on the management, it will either be "first come - best dressed" or you may need to book in advance. Like national parks, some locations are popular with the locals on weekends and during school holidays, so you should enquire in advance to avoid disppointment.