Rough it or enjoy the luxuries of home!
Whether you want to go all-out and head for a non-powered camping site, or cannot go without your everyday luxuries, we have found some great Sunshine Coast accommodation and camping spots suitable for all budgets! If you’re planning on camping out, make sure you pack some warm PJs and extra blankets, because winter is here!
Is the beach calling your name? Pack the car or caravan and drive over to Dicky Beach!
Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park
Located on the beachfront of Dicky Beach sits the Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park. With a variety of accommodation options available including caravan sites, camping sites and studio units, this is a great option for those looking for a budget-friendly solution without compromising on scenery.
Where: 1 Beerburrum St, Dicky Beach QLD 4551
If you prefer the views in a comfortable room, we have the perfect place.
Enjoy all the beauty of Dicky Beach without getting sand in the car by reserving a room at Portobello by the Sea. With apartments set among beautiful landscaped tropical gardens, and just a short walk to the beach, this Sunshine Coast accommodation option has it all. Choose from spacious one, two and three-bedroom apartments—perfect for solo travellers, business trips or family holidays.
Their facilities include fully equipped kitchens and laundries, large sunny balconies, wireless internet (charges apply), heated lagoon-style pool with wading area for children and free cable TV. Sitting adjacent to many restaurants, cafés and shops, everything is at your doorstep!
Where: 6 Beerburrum St, Dicky Beach QLD 4551
Want to really get away from it all? You’ll love Boreen Point.
Set up your tent in the natural bushland of Boreen Point, offering amazing views of Lake Cootharaba and great outdoor activities such as fishing, sailing and kayaking. There’s also a great BMX track, sports field and half-basketball court—perfect for the kids to burn some energy. There are 8 powered, concrete-slabbed sites at this campground and numerous unpowered sites. This area is not connected to town water, so if you’re going to camp here, be sure to bring a hefty supply!
Where: 1 Esplanade, Boreen Point QLD 4565
Still prefer the comfort and privacy of your own room? No problem.
Have your very own room, enjoy high-quality dining and take in the history of the Apollonian Hotel. Established in the 1870s, this unique hotel is a lasting connection to the colonial days of old. Enjoy lodgings that have been refurbished from the old railway worker’s quarters. This includes 10 rooms that range from queen, double and single beds. Meet some great people in the communal kitchen or by sitting out on the verandah.
Dine in at their great indoor pub, which offers amazing food 7 days a week. Set on 3.5 acres of lush rainforest gardens and rolling lawns, it’s easy to sit back and relax at the Apollonian Hotel.
Where: 19 Laguna St, Boreen Point QLD 4565
Looking for one location that offers it all? It’s time to go to Noosa Beach.
A hidden oasis, the Noosa North Shore Retreat offers it all—camping sites, powered caravan sites, park cabins, motel rooms, cottages and lake view rooms. Whether you prefer to experience the great outdoors in a tent or in a cabin, at Noosa North Shore Retreat you’re sure to find something that suits your needs and budget. Best of all, their camp sites are dog friendly!
Enjoy a range of hotel facilities here including three swimming pools, free onsite parking, a local corner store, a tennis court and much more. The perfect place for a week or weekend getaway!
Where: 1 Beach Rd, Noosa North Shore QLD 4565
Taking your canine friend with you on your camping trip? Stop in at these great pet-friendly cafés on the Sunshine Coast.
Did we miss your favourite camping spot on the Sunny Coast? Tell us where you love to get away by commenting below!