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With so many beautiful properties located around the Sunshine Coast, it’s no surprise when some new private campgrounds pop up in the area. We love it when people decide to share their little slice of paradise with the rest of the world. So if you are looking to find a new local favourite, or just have a few more options, here are some of our favourite Sunshine Coast Campgrounds that you might not have heard of yet.

Trust us, you’ll want to check these out before word get’s out how amazing they are! 

Brooloo Park

If you like a little extra space when you’re camping, you’ll love the campgrounds at Brooloo Park with spacious sites spread out across the 270 acre farm. Each spot is private and secluded so you’ll hardly notice if there are any other campers around. With horse riding also available on site and plenty of farm animals to meet, you’re sure for an enjoyable experience at this beautiful campground.

Amenities: Toilets & Hot Showers
Pet-Friendly: Yes
Powered Sites: No
Activities on Site: Swimming, Walking Tracks, Horse Riding, Farm Animals
Campfires: Yes
Cabins/Glamping Available: No
Location: 104 Whelan Rd, Bollier QLD 4570 

Visit the Brooloo Park Website

Hidden Valley @ Gro Mad Plantations

Located just outside Yandina, Hidden Valley is a stunning site that focuses heavily on organic & sustainable living. The property a working macadamia orchard, over 12 acres of natural rainforest, as well as a picturesque creek and dam. There are some secluded spots as well as more open areas for larger groups. There is also chicken feeding and guided tours of the farm on offer. Plus, you can even take home some amazing products produced on-site like honey, eggs, fruit and more.

Location: 180 Yandina Bli Bli Rd, Maroochy River QLD 4561
Amenities: Toilets & Hot Showers
Pet-Friendly: Yes – on application
Powered Sites: Yes
Activities on Site: Farm Tours, Chicken Feeding, Local Produce
Campfires: Yes – in designated fire pits.
Cabins/Glamping Available: No

Visit the Hidden Valley Website

Kookaburra Park

Far from your traditional caravan park, a stay at Kookaburra Park (formerly Cambroon Caravan Park) is an experience like no other. The new owners took over the campgrounds in September 2019, so it’s still a work in progress, but it is already shaping up to be a fantastic spot. You can spend some time getting to know the 4 legged residents of the park with deers to feed, pigs to belly-scratch and guinea pigs to cuddle. There’s also backyard games, swimming spots nearby and even a hiking trail on-site.

Location: 2951 Maleny Kenilworth Rd, Cambroon QLD 4552
Amenities: Toilets & Hot Showers
Pet-Friendly: Yes
Powered Sites: Yes
Activities on Site: Swimming, Walking Tracks, Feeding/Petting Farm Animals, Seasonal Activities
Campfires: Yes
Cabins/Glamping Available: Yes

Visit the Kookaburra Park Website

Running Creek Parklands

With wide open spaces and plenty of room to explore, Running Creek is fast becoming a local favourite. There are basic amenities on-site, but bringing your own is also recommended as to minimise the impact on the local environment. Spend your time wandering the grounds, hit the new bike track and even feed the resident farm animals on weekends.

Location: 117 Nonmus Rd, Stanmore QLD 4514
Amenities: Toilets & Hot Showers
Pet-Friendly: Yes
Powered Sites: No
Activities on Site: Swimming, Farm Animals, Bike Tracks, Seasonal Activities
Campfires: Yes
Cabins/Glamping Available: No

Visit the Running Creek Parklands Website

Webbs Break Rainforest Campground

If relaxation and privacy is your top priority when camping then Webbs Break is the spot for you. The unique thing about this spot is that it is a single booking campsite. This means when you stay at Webbs Break, you have the whole 100 acres to yourself so you can explore to your heart’s content. You can have up to 25 guests staying so it’s the perfect getaway spot for an extended family trip or large group gathering.

Location: 466 Rasmussen Rd, Mount Archer QLD 4514
Amenities: Toilets & Hot Showers
Pet-Friendly: No
Powered Sites: No
Activities on Site: Swimming, Walking Tracks
Campfires: Yes – in designated fire pits.
Cabins/Glamping Available: No

Visit the Webbs Break Website

Which one of these Sunshine Coast Campgrounds are you going to check out?

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