Private camping rentals at Sunshine Coast, Queensland 1

Land for
11 ha

Your host, Sharon

Member since October 2016. Responds within less than 3h 89% response time.


  • Drinking water
  • Electricity
  • Drying rack
  • Independent toilets
  • Independent shower
  • Horses welcome
  • Bicycle storage
  • Parking onsite
  • Picnic table
  • Campfire allowed
  • Independent access
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We can compost your organic waste and supply recycle bins to minimize your impact on the environment.

The setting

We are surrounded by towering rainforest trees which line the creeks running through our property.
There is a lovely grassed area for camping with power available.
We have a huge array of wildlife, kangaroos are regular visitors and often sleep in the orchard and you will wake up to the birds in the morning.
The night sky is magical, with only the campfire for lighting and traffic barely audible.

The spots

We only take a few campers at any time, often you may have the place to yourself.
The ground is flat, and accessible by car.
There are plenty of shade trees and flat grassed areas.

The sanitary facilities

We have flushing toilets.
We have a treatment plant so no flushing anything other than toilet paper.
There is a washbasin, and cold showers.
We have a hook for hanging your own solar camp shower.

The amenities

We have 10 amp and 15 amp power and rainwater perfect for drinking.

The activities

We back onto 680 hectares of Parklands Conservation Park.
There are over 30klm of great hiking and cycling recreation trails which cross a number of creeks and lead to rock pools and cascades, which flow after heavy rainfall.
There are some steep sections so walkers should have high fitness levels.

Lots of variety here, you have the Orchard and it’s many creek corridors to the 30 kilometres in adjoining Parklands Conservation Park. Then there are the hikes of Mt Ninderry and Mt Coolum 15 mins away.

Parklands Conservation has 15 kilometres of track suitable for horse riding.
We are able to accommodate large numbers of horse floats.

We are the ultimate central location from which there is an abundance of safer country road routes such as Yandina-Bli Bli Road, from Yandina to Eumundi along Bunya Road, Wappa Falls Road, Lake Cooloolabin road trip and Kenilworth Road.

We are ideal for bird watchers, it varies according to the season and there are more than 100 bird species that visit our farm, many of which are insect eating which eliminates the need for pesticides.
On the fringes of the headlands you can see small finches, several fantails and beautiful fairywrens frolicking in the fringes, robins, honeyeaters and many doves to large parrots and cockatoos.
At the Dam there are water birds such as several ducks, cormorants, rails and quail.
In our rainforest you will see whipbird and at night owls and frogmouths.

Maroochy Botanic Gardens
The Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden, is located in Tanawha on the Sunshine Coast.
The gardens showcase plants native to east coast subtropical Australia.

Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary
Just a short 11km trip down the road is the Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary at Bli Bli, you can explore wet and dry eucalypt forests, rainforest, melaleuca forest, casuarina woodland, salt marsh and mangroves.
You can watch over 200 different types of birds, as well as crabs, butterflies and other animals that make the wetlands their home.
There is also an information centre at the Wetlands.

Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve
The Reserve comprises 55 hectares of National Estate listed subtropical rainforest overlooking the Glasshouse Mountains

It is a short distance to a the North and South Maroochy Rivers.
Canoe launching sites at 2.3km to Vee Road, 3.6km to Coulsons Wharf Park and 5km to Dunethin Rock ramp.

This is one of Qld’s leading private observatories with 16 Telescopes ranging in size. They have 50 years experience in astronomy and the observatory has been open for 27 years.
A must do on a clear night.

There are many markets from which to choose, the closest being Yandina Markets and Eumundi Markets.

Other things

We can compost your organic waste and supply recycle bins to minimize your impact on the environment.


Smoking only at the camp fire.
No cigarette butts to be left on the premise.
No loud noise after dark.


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Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

1 review

  • Superb ground and very cordial reception with an evening around the fire to make roast macadamia nuts of which we will support us a long time! Kangaroos a few meters away, emeus and parrots by hundreds! A great place that we highly recommend!
    Thanks a lot Sharon, that was Perfect !