Glamping is the ideal way to travel if you want to immerse yourself in nature without sacrificing comfort. These unique camping accommodations will allow you to trade in your sleeping bag for a bed and your campfire food for three-course meals. Experience the great outdoors like never before when you go glamping in Australia. Stanthorpe is a town situated in southeast Queensland, Australia. The town lies on the New England Highway near the New South Wales border. Stanthorpe was developed around Quart Pot Creek which meanders from the southeast through the center of town and then out through the south-west, where its confluence with Spring Creek forms the Severn River. It is home to the Stanthorpe Library and Regional Art Gallery as well as the Stanthorpe Heritage Museum at 12 High Street, which has seen a number of heritage buildings relocated to the museum site and a large number of displayed items from the district's history, including many specific to the Granite Belt. Whatever your style, you are sure to find the perfect unique camping destination near Stanthorpe.