Not only home to grapevines as far as the eye can see, but also a restaurant with views over Moreton Bay, a nine-hole modified form of golf and regular concerts — Mount Cotton's Sirromet Winery also has onsite glamping within its expansive 560-acre grounds. It's also the first vineyard glamping experience in Queensland, and visitors can get cosy in one of 18 tents, with each featuring a king bed, indoor day chairs, outdoor tables and seating, bathrooms with a shower and toilet, and reverse cycle air-conditioning to cope with southeast Queensland's usually warm weather. Every safari-style abode also includes a mini-bar filled with Sirromet wine, and all bookings include complimentary breakfast at Tuscan Terrace (midweek) or Restaurant Lurleen's (weekends).
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