Description of Glamping Units
This cozy and intimate cabin in the Australian outback is the perfect location for am authentic bush escape near Brisbane. Glampers can enjoy a weekend away from the busyness of everyday life and fully recharge in this extremely picturesque and peaceful location.
Electricity is not a feature at this cabin, making it a perfect place for guests to experience the rustic characteristics of camping with the comforts of beds, a small kitchen, and a private bathroom. Able to sleep up to two adults and two small children comfortably, this one room cabin boasts a double bed and a pull-out sofa bed. Guests should remember to bring their own sheets, blankets, and towels, for the host does not supply bedding at this accommodation. The cabin features a private toilet and shower found inside of the cabin.
Cooking appliances and equipment such as a small stove and refrigerator inside and a gas barbecue grill outside are available for use. Essential cooking utensils, dishes, and cutlery are included in the cabin, however, if guests find they need additional supplies, they can head to the convenience store found on the property and make a purchase.
Outside, guest can enjoy the wrap-around covered porch with plenty of comfortable patio furniture, where meals can be shared and nights can be spent listening to the sounds of nature. A campfire pit is also found right outside of the cabin, setting the mood for a completely unforgettable bush escape in the Australian outback. Read More
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Lounge/Living room
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Sofa bed/Futon
All of the accommodations on the property are fitted with stoves, either wood combustion or gas, and an outdoor barbecue grill. Guests must provide their own gas if they wish to use the gas stove and barbecue,
Each accommodation has an outdoor fire pit and guests are able to use the firewood supplied by the host.
Shared toilet and shower facilities can be found just steps away from the accommodations found on the property.
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
Located just two hours inland from Brisbane lies this unique glamping property perfect for those who want to get away from it all. Nestled in the mountains of inland Australia, glampers will experience the most of the outdoors by choosing Goomburra as their unique vacation destination. Located near wonderful outdoor destinations such as Glen Rock State Forest, Moogerah Peaks National Park, Koreelah National Park, guests will never fall short of something to see or do during their Australian glamping getaway. Read More
- Bird watching
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
The countryside of Brisbane, Australia, is home to many national parks, forests, and nature reserves, so it's the ultimate location for those looking to go on a unique and adventurous glamping getaway.
The rolling hills and steep valleys surrounding the property are picturesque and breathtaking, making it a great place to explore by four-wheel drive, which is what is recommended by the host. Parks such as Koreelah National Park, Glen Rock State Park, and Moogerah Peaks National Park are all in close proximity to the property and make a great day trip. With great trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, as well as riding ATVs, glampers can see the surroundings in many exciting ways. Photographers, wildlife enthusiasts, and birdwatchers will have many opportunities in the area to catch what they are looking for.
If guests wish to cool off, they can head to one of the nearby lakes or rivers and so swimming, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, or fishing.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
This property is dog- and horse-friendly.
The property boasts an on-site convenience store where glampers can purchase essentials.
The accommodations at this property are not fitted with electricity, so it is recommended to bring candles or gas lamps.
Linens, bedding, and towels are not provided by the host, go guests must bring their own sleeping bags and linens.
There is a $10 AUD vehicle fee for regular cars, while there is a $30 AUD fee for four-wheel drive vehicle. Read More