Pop-Up Glamping in Luxury Tipis throughout Southeastern Queensland, AustraliaCooran, Queensland (Australia)
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· Kid-friendly · Private Barbecue
There are two different pop-up tipi options for guests, the Glamping Tipi and the Glamping Deluxe Tipi. Both are 18-foot tipis and each comes with a double bed, a covering for the ground, rugs, bedside tables, an interior sitting area with tables, chairs, bedding, and towels. See the information below for specific information about each rental.
Glamping Tipi: This rental offers guests a basic kitchen with a two-burner stove, a solar light, a water carrier with tap, a small grill, a butane tank, cookware, tableware, and cutlery.
Glamping Deluxe Tipi: This rental has a deluxe kitchen set-up which has a solar-powered refrigerator, a pumped water sink, a five-burner stove, a solar light, a 220V outlet for charging personal electronics and low-wattage devices, a small grill, cookware, tableware, and cutlery.
A gas-powered hot shower device can be added on to the accommodation, if the camping site chosen has limited facilities and if guests prefer to have a personal shower area. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Double bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Private Barbecue
- Dining table
The tipi structures can be adjusted to guests needs. The host offers the full glamping experience, with the option to include a solar/gas powered kitchen and a hot shower unit.Read More
The host can tailor the tipi space to the guests needs and can set up the tipi on the guest's chosen site.
Location + Surroundings
Cooran is located in the Shire of Noosa region of Queensland, Australia, formerly a part of The Sunshine Coast, which is where Australia's eastern coast meets the Pacific Ocean. For a bit of pop culture, the late Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo is a popular tourist attraction within The Sunshine Coast area. South East Queensland's coastline can be seen in Noosa's national park. The park has popular scenic headland at Noosa Heads, health plains and high dunes around Lake Weyba and Emu Mountain. This park is home to exotic, yet endangered wildlife such as the glossy black-cockatoo, koala, red goshawk, wallum froglet, swamp orchid and much more. Historically, the Noosa region used to be home to multiple Aboriginal tribes—in fact, the area's name comes from an aboriginal word.
Since this is a pop-up service, the location is based on where the guest wishes to stay. Guests can choose between ten different camping sites around in the Noosa area of southeastern Queensland, and the owners will set everything up in the selected location. Read More
- Horseback riding
- Scuba diving
- Water sports
In the Shire of Noosa, there are activities for every kind of glamper. Guests can hike through national parks and spend time on its coastal beaches, or stroll through its markets and museums. Visitors can then stop and have a coffee before having a mooch around the various shops. Guests should definitely visit the the Gympie region where they'll find Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay, and Fraser Island, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. From its white powder beaches to majestic hinterland and heritage towns, the Gympie region is a 7000 square kilometer adventure playground, with hidden gems for the
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No parties
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Guests will need to bring their own food to make use of the camp kitchen.