Top 10 Airbnb Camping In Australia - Updated 2024

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Going away for a few days on a camping trip does not only provide a quick respite from the routines and repetitions of daily life back home, but could also become a life-changing experience. Regardless of one’s camping history, Australia’s vast and diverse eco-system is sure to bring about boundless opportunities for discovery. In fact, there is no identical camping experience. With that in mind its time to plan your next big adventure. Seeking to challenge yourself by bush camping the traditional way or looking to enjoy a level of comfort? Well, with so many Airbnb rentals offering tents to glamping to RV living, there is surely something to suit your preferences. Simply read on and explore how to go Airbnb camping in Australia.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status. recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on February 06, 2024.

1. Superb accommodation at 3 Moons Camp (from USD 19)

The 3 Moons Camp is situated next to the Cania Gorge National Park, with 110 acres (45 hectares) of rainforest and open grassland to discover. With the outdoors as your backyard, pack your days with trips to explore the nearby Cania Gorge picnic area, Cania Dam and Monto village. Enjoy your time hiking, fishing, and exploring!

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Moonford, Queensland, Australia
1147.17 km (712.9 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
55 reviews   Wifi Available
Campsite 2 Beds 6 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 6

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the creek was so much fun for my toddler to play in and we felt completely comfortable
everything you need supplied: fully equipped camp kitchen huge tent hot shower and great location
the tent is very spacious and comfortable
Host:
the host and family were very welcoming to their organic farm
book it now :) jaiben and his family are awesome hosts
Location:
good location right next to cania gorge national park
perfect location to hike and really explore the area
a genuine bush camp experience which is private and close to the fabulous walks of cania gorge national park
a beautiful location surrounded by stunning escarpment & aboriginal historic sites
this is the best kept secret in central queensland shh
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2. Luxurious getaway with a view (from USD 96)

Looking for a luxurious camping experience? Look no further than to this campsite located in Augusta. Down at the campsite, luxury tents are fitted with clean beds and linens, along with an interior filled with simple decorations. There are also on-site rustic luxury bathrooms, a cooking and barbeque area, and outdoor seating. With your mind at ease, put your body at ease too with a yoga class and a massage.

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Augusta, Western Australia, Australia
3232.85 km (2008.8 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
150 reviews   Wifi Available
Private room in tent 1 Bed 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 2

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
we had everything we needed to enjoy a lovely comfortable stay
we spent a night in the charming tents which were comfortable and delightful
Cleanliness:
it was very clean and the tent smelt like fresh lemongrass when we arrived
Host:
toni is a very nice host and we are planning come again
really friendly honest lovely people who seems down to earth
toni was very kind and helpful
toni was so quick to respond and was very helpful
toni was super helpful and accommodating and there is lots to do in the local area
Location:
for some reason i imagined a relaxing location up in the hills
great place to stay good facilities and good location
really recommend this place
really nice place tidy cozy and prepare anything you need
a great place to stay really kid friendly comfortable and stylish tent
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3. Serene campsite to yourself (from USD 91)

In this space of 10 acres (4 hectares) of cleared land along with 50 aces (20 hectares) of bush, the privacy allows for not only peace and quiet but also creates the perfect time to bond and reconnect with families and friends. Daily activities could include hiking to Lake Wyaralong, bird watching, and spotting wildlife amongst many more! In the tents, do note that beds, towels, and linen are not provided, so be sure to bring some along.

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Undullah, Queensland, Australia
819.92 km (509.5 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
151 reviews   Superhost Wifi Available
Campsite 0 Beds 16 Guests 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 16

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the shelter is huge with toilet bbq sink and tables and chairs provided
the space is nice especially the undercover area with tables chairs a sink for washing up etc
the covered area works well and use of chairs and tables is also helpful
added bonus of having the patio flushing toilet and a bit of tank water
little ‘luxuries’ like a functional sink and toilet certainly make camping more pleasant
Cleanliness:
the toilet is clean and a proper flushing toilet there was plenty of water in the tank
neat and tidy place nice to place to just relax nothing really to do
Host:
communication with the host is excellent
Location:
great place to get away from the city hustle and bustle
a beautiful space close enough to brisbane but far enough away to get away from it all
a great place to get away for the weekend
great place for camping easy access from ipswich wil go again
wonderful place to get away from it all
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4. Hassle-free camping for four (from USD 130)

Located on Crossover Christian Centre campground, Crossover Retreat provides a camping experience that combines comfort and convenience. With spacious tents decked out in beautiful decorations, the atmosphere could not be any more calming. On top of this, there is also a range of facilities that are shared between guests. They include the kitchen, bathrooms, picnic and barbecue area, basketball court and trampoline.

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Crossover, Victoria, Australia
537.61 km (334.1 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
52 reviews   Wifi Available
Campsite 3 Beds 4 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
we love the space including access to the rec areas and kitchen lounge room space
Host:
lots to do there care taker was lovely and left us to do our thing which was great
super kids-friendly glamping place for the whole family
Location:
it's a great get away for weekend and kid friendly place
beautiful property in the bush for a quiet weekend away
great location comfortable and clean
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5. Excellent arrangement for large groups (from USD 19)

With the space to accommodate a large group of more than 16 guests, spend your next family gathering or adventure with friends or family. Take this opportunity to plan and organize group activities and games, making full use of the campsite. When the sun goes down, gather around the campfire for some food and chit chat. Isn’t this the perfect place to gather together and create an unforgettable camping trip for all?

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Bilambil, New South Wales, Australia
800.82 km (497.7 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
46 reviews   Superhost Wifi Available
Campsite 2 Beds 16 Guests 2 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 16

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
great and very quiet campsite hosted by two cuties dogs there is bathroom with hot showers
Host:
great host and best camping experience ever
our hosts were very helpful and approachable and keen to ensure we enjoyed our stay
Location:
excellent location great scenery
the place was perfect in location
we wanted something at the coast in a quieter location and janet's place was perfect
instructions to find the place were clear
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6. Ultimate camping escapade (from USD 61)

At a whopping 700 acres (283 hectares) in size, Dufholme campsite can fit large groups of around 16 people. Rooms here consist of a mixture of single beds and bunk beds. Out of the six rooms available, four are wheelchair-friendly. As you take time to explore the area, be sure to make time to meet the farm’s beloved animals - mainly an Emu family, goats, and alpaca. The campsite is also in close proximity to Mount Arapiles, a rock formation standing at 250 yards (230 meters). For those wanting to take on some of Australia’s most exhilarating rock climbing routes, this is the place.

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Mitre, Victoria, Australia
826.31 km (513.5 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
62 reviews   Wifi Available
Farm stay 0 Beds 4 Guests 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Host:
awesome place great hosts beautiful place amazing breakfast
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7. Romantic glamping experience

For couples looking for new ideas for dates, here’s one! With room for two, discover and create new memories together on a romantic glamping trip to this campsite in Sussex Inlet. Embrace a slower pace of life and plan your days however you like. Some things to consider doing include catching the sunrise and sunset at the beaches located a short drive away or hiking at Pigeon House Mountain. There are also kayaks that can be available for borrowing, allowing you full advantage of the waterways nearby for some fun and exercise.

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Sussex Inlet, New South Wales, Australia
15.9 km (9.9 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
66 reviews  
Campsite 1 Bed 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
lisa’s tent was beautifully set up with plenty of space around the extremely comfortable bed
Cleanliness:
the glamping set up is clean homely cute and has everything you could possibly need
Host:
thank you for hosting us
lisa was a great host very accommodating and friendly
lisa is a great host very friendly and approachable
lisa & terri were lovely people & fabulous hosts and couldn't do enough for us
lisa was a lovely hosts and the three dogs super friendly
Location:
the location couldn’t be better
such a brilliant location if you have a car
the glamping tent was in a perfect location secluded away on lisa’s property
beautiful surrounds for a great weekend get-away in a great location
it’s a perfect location to be able to access all the amazing beaches and town
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8. Lovely campsite near surf beaches

For up to three nights, pitch a tent or park a minivan in the backyard while living with your hosts, Deby And Alan. There is an outside bathroom which is inclusive of the shower, toilet, sink and hot and cold water for guests to use. Get access to surf beaches and rainforests just a short drive away. In this uniquely designed home, discover the joys of communal living and get to know your hosts!

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Iluka, New South Wales, Australia
675.33 km (419.7 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
45 reviews   Wifi Available
Campsite 1 Bed 2 Guests 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the amenities are quite unique with a very nicely decorated outside shower
outdoor shower and open fire such a friendlt family peaceful town
Cleanliness:
the outdoor shower and bathroom is very clean and tidy and the water was sooo warm
they have a spacious yard for camping and a nice outdoor bathroom
Host:
deby and alan were fantastic hosts
deby and alan were wonderful hosts made us feel at home from start to finish
deby was a great host
hosts deb and alan were lovely people really friendly and welcoming
deby is a great host and the only thing we regret that we cold not stay longer
Location:
it was a very interesting place to stay at
the location was near to wonderful beaches and surrounded by animals and nature
really quite with beautiful sand beaches narural park and a lot more
absolutely recommend this place to all travellers
what a great place they got
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9. Incredible camping site on a hill top

Perched on top of a hill, get a sweeping view of the scenery around this 4-acre (1.6 hectares) wide campsite. Catch the view of the Macclesfield town and, on clear days, even a glimpse of the beautiful Coorong lagoon - the site where the Murray River meets the sea. While here, take a visit to the local pubs or wineries. If you need any assistance, feel free to approach your friendly and accommodating hosts.

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Macclesfield, South Australia, Australia
1074.91 km (668.0 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
8 reviews  
Campsite 1 Bed 4 Guests 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
perfect for a night or a week with a lovely toilet and shower
a perfect spot to “glamp” simple but effective bathroom with a hot shower
Host:
tanya was a fantastic host
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10. Gorgeous campground that sells farm produce

As tents are not provided on the campsite, remember to pack your own tent to bring along to the Hidden Valley campground. Situated in Gro Mad Plantations and located in the beautiful Maroochy River valley, there is no short of rainforest trees and wildlife around. Along with friendly hosts, and occasional kangaroos and emus saying a quick hi as they pass by, the best part of it all may just be the availability of hot showers for guests.

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965.8 km (600.2 mi) from Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
63 reviews  
Campsite 2 Beds 8 Guests 2 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 8

Top guest reviews
Cleanliness:
clean and amazing site
safe and clean location
Host:
great host and fantastic spot
absolutely stunning space lovely hosts
good place to camping and friendly hosts
Location:
great quiet location to camp
good location with short drive to good beaches
close to all the best on the sunshine coast
a great unique place to stay much better than a caravan park and accurately described
loved the place wife loved the emus nice and close to the beaches will definitely be back
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Camp underneath the stars in Australia

Give luxury hotels a switch and opt for a once-in-a-lifetime camping trip. Reconnect with what is usually overlooked - be it stargazing, feeling the cool morning dew on your skin, or simply admiring shapes and contours of the natural landscape and of course, keeping an eye out for spotting the occasional wildlife too! Have a unique holiday in Australia.

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