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Welcome To Stradbroke Island’s Lush New Glamping Experience

Just a three-hour drive from Queensland‘s capital, Stradbroke Island is the closest destination for Brisbanites looking for a tropical island getaway. Colloquially known as “Straddie”, the island lies within Moreton Bay, boasting pristine waters, spectacular beaches and a diverse network of local wildlife.

Traditionally, camping is the go-to sleeping arrangement on Straddie. But, if you aren’t keen on roughing it, you can sleep under the stars in style at Adder Rock Camping Ground’s new glampsite at Point Lookout, which is kitted out with tepee-like tents.

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Glamping offers the perfect combination of nature and comfort, giving you the best of the outdoors without sacrificing the comforts of home. The accommodation at Adder Rock Camping Ground is nestled among a tea tree grove, and features plush bedding, bamboo deck chairs, and even Wi-Fi.

Extravagance aside, the campsite’s best feature is its location — it’s just a stone’s throw away from the most beautiful beaches Stradbroke Island has to offer.

Rates for glamping tents start at $90 per night, and can be booked online. And, if glamping isn’t really your thing, there are other accommodation options available on site, including cabins and waterfront campsites.

How To Get There

  • Fly into Brisbane Airport
  • Drive 76.4 km (2 hours, 30 minutes) via Victoria Point
  • Adder Rock Camping Ground, East Coast Road, Point Lookout

 

(Lead image: Minjerribah Camping / Facebook)