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Camping for Valentine's Day

The perfect, romantic minibreak

Valentines day camping - the perfect mini-break

Are you stumped on how to surprise your loved one this Valentine's Day? Or maybe your tired of the commercialized holiday and want to get away from it all!

Valentine's Day doesn't have to be about fancy meals and expensive gift. Rather, spend this Valentine's Day treating yourself and your loved ones with some quality time. Take a couple of days to hit the refresh button and reconnect in beautiful surroundings.

Camping under the stars is the perfect way to amp up the romance and escape the day-to-day... but if camping isn't your thing, there's always the option of a cabin. Think fabulously furnished cabins with all the creature comforts - perfect for a romantic getaway!

And if you find yourself single this Valentine's Day, practice some self-love and book a solo camping trip or an adventure with friends.

Tips for a romantic camping trip

There's no need for an action-packed itinerary. Simply relaxing and doing what feels good in the moment is a great way to approach your trip.

Sleep in, cook up a yummy BBQ breakfast and spend the day doing something together - go for a walk, a paddle, fishing or simply relaxing around your site.

As the sun goes down, get out the bubbly and cheese board. And, if the campground allows it, set the fire pit alight and enjoy outdoor living at its best.

South East Queensland Campgrounds

Snuggle up by a campfire, listen to the waves crashing and enjoy a romantic wilderness escape at Noosa North Shore Beach Campground. Accommodation options include powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites. Firepits and camp ovens are permitted.

Camp in the heart of town at the Noosa River Holiday Park. Just a short walk to restaurants and bars - spoil your loved one with a meal and a lazy stroll back to your caravan or camper before an evening spent along the shores of the Noosa River. Accommodation options include powered caravan and camping sites.

Don't want to leave the pup behind? No worries. Take your four legged friends and enjoy a peaceful lakefront escape at Boreen Point Campground. Pack the double swag and keep it simple camping under the stars. Accommodation options include unpowered and limited powered caravan and camping sites. Firepits and camp ovens are permitted. Dogs are also permitted outside of Queensland school holidays.

Or, if you and your partner loving fishing then Toorbul Caravan Park has you covered. Take the boat out and enjoy easy access to Bribie Island Passage (also known as Pumicestone Passage) before feasting on your fresh catch and something bubbly. Accommodation options include powered caravan and camping sites and cabins.

Far North Queensland Campgrounds

Stay in a fabulously furnished cabin in a tropical paradise at Etty Bay. It's also a great way to introduce your loved one to camping. Or if you've got all the gear, powered and unpowered caravan and campsites are also available.

Camp along the beachfront, listen to the waves crashing or take a short stroll to the local eateries for a night out at Mission Beach Camping and Caravan Park. Keep it simple, listening to the waves crash and smiling up at the stars.

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