One of Queensland's most exclusive glamping spots.
Sarah Ward
Published on May 21, 2020
Updated on September 15, 2022


It takes less than two hours for Brisbanites get to one of Queensland's best glamping spots — and its most exclusive. At Nightfall in Lamington National Park in the Scenic Rim, only eight guests can stay at any one time, with each of the permanent safari tents located in its own private clearing. When you're not enjoying your own space within the lush thickness of nature, everything from creek-side lounging and dining to a waterfall walk and taking a dip in the swimming hole is on the agenda. Unsurprisingly, this kind of outdoorsy luxury doesn't come cheap, so expect to pay $795 per couple per night (with a minimum two-night stay), which includes all meals and an open bar.

Morans Falls Lookout- by Jason Charles Hill


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