For those who don't want to go all the way back to basics.
It doesn't get much better than this: a roomy tent decked out with everything you could need, all within a stone's throw of the water on Stradbroke Island. And that's just what Minjerribah Camping has up its sleeves at its Adder Rock site at Point Lookout.
MINJERRIBAH CAMPING, STRADBROKE ISLAND
Not only home to grapevines as far as the eye can see, but also a restaurant with views over Moreton Bay and a nine-hole modified form of golf — Mount Cotton's Sirromet Winery also has onsite glamping within its expansive 560-acre grounds.
SANCTUARY BY SIRROMET, MOUNT COTTON
It takes less than two hours for Brisbanites get to one of Queensland's best glamping spots. At Nightfall in Lamington National Park, only eight guests can stay at a time, with each of the permanent safari tents located in its own private clearing.
NIGHTFALL, LAMINGTON NATIONAL PARK
Straddie isn't the only island calling Brisbanites' names, or the only one with a glampground perfect for your next holiday. While you won't be directly on the beach at Castaways, you may as well be — you have to stroll a mere 100 metres to get to the water.
CASTAWAYS, MORETON ISLAND
'Go West' isn't just a catchy 70s Village People track — and 90s Pet Shop Boys cover — that you probably now have stuck in your head. It's also good advice if you're after an epic glamping experience.
An affordable, scaled-back glamping option that'll still have you sleeping in a safari tent on a bed with your own fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities and dining area, Lake Somerset Holiday Park is all about its location.
LAKE SOMERSET HOLIDAY PARK, SOMERSET
There's glamping, and then there's glamping at Murphy's Creek Hideaway. Here, you'll be located on a sandstone ridge overlooking the eponymous waterway, and you'll enjoy king beds, fluffy bathrobes and even a clawfoot bath in each tent.
MURPHY'S CREEK HIDEAWAY, UPPER LOCKYER
A secluded spot? Tick. Views of mountains and national parks that'll make you want to say goodbye to city-living forever? Tick. Mod cons, even when you're immersed in nature? Tick again. That's what's on offer at Ketchup's Bank Glamping in Boonah.
KETCHUP'S BANK GLAMPING, BOONAH
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