Lovely Tent on Lake Leslie for Romantic Getaways in QueenslandWarwick, Queensland (Australia)
Lovely Tent on Lake Leslie for Romantic Getaways in Queensland
Glamping in Queensland: getaways in the heart of nature
This gorgeous tent is ideal for romantic getaways in Queensland. Holidays here mean that guests will have a lovely setting at an eco-tourism resort on 30 very secluded acres fronting beautiful Lake Leslie, just 10 minutes from the township of Warwick and two hours west of both Brisbane and the Gold Coasts.
Guests will have everything they need for a fantastic stay in Queensland including a plush queen bed, a lovely dining area, basic cooking facilities, and a campfire area where they can cook up some tasty snacks surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature.
While on holiday in Queensland, guests can also take part in some of the host's great activities which allow glampers to get to know more about indigenous people and their culture.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Private Indoor pool
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
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Check-in: 02:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Open fires allowed
Minimum age to rent: 18
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Warwick, Queensland (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Prairie, meadow or plain
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding additional charge
- Wildlife watching
Guests will have plenty to do during their fantastic stay in Queensland. Holidays here mean that guests can get to know more about the culture of the area and the hosts offer a range of activities specific to indigenous heritage. These include making pottery using termite nest clay and firing the pottery in a termite nest kiln, learning to cook with traditional indigenous ingredients, cooking in outdoor termite nest ovens, learning to track and hunt local wildlife using traditional indigenous weapons, and learning to fish without the use of boats, fishing lines, or hooks.