Sites are level pitches set within the forest. No vehicle access is possible onto the sites themselves. Tents and gear must be carried a short distance from the loading bay to pre-allocated sites. No power is available for these sites. Campsite amenities include hot showers; cooking shelters with barbecues; dish-washing facilities, coin-operated laundry and communal fire pits.
Their newly refurbished safari tents make camping quick and easy, so you can spend more time enjoying the great outdoors! - Perfect for families and multi-day hikers. Safari Tents are staggered on the hillside and accommodate up to six people. They feature two single and two double beds and mattresses; private covered veranda with rainforest views; table and chairs; vinyl floors; lighting; two USB charging ports and access to communal fire pit facilities. You can make use of their campsite amenities which include hot showers, barbecues and gas stovetops. Linen is available at extra cost. Bring your own pots, pans and utensils.
Campsite suitable for small camper-vans; small caravans; camper-trailers; and rooftop tents. A 15 amp power point is available for these sites. Campsite amenities include hot showers; cooking shelters with barbecues; dish-washing facilities and coin-operated laundry. Access to communal fire pits. A firm base and close proximity to vehicles means camping with a tent / swag on these sites is not recommended.
1040 Binna Burra Road, Binna Burra, Queensland, 4211, Australia
- Business Facilities
- Communal Refrigerator
- Communal Shower
- Electric Vehicle Charging Point
- Family Friendly
- Non Smoking
- Open Fireplace
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Outdoor Furniture
- Public Telephone
- Secure Parking
- Tour Desk
Binna Burra Campsite and Safari Tents
1040 Binna Burra Road, Binna Burra, Queensland, 4211, AustraliaGET DIRECTIONS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.