Secure a camping spot for life
MISSED out on a camping spot for Easter? Well you could just buy this deer park and have a place to pitch a tent for every holiday period.
Or maybe that holiday park with a wicked water park in Queensland, or eco-wilderness resort in Tasmania.
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In Queensland, Borumba Deer Park in the Mary Valley near Brisbane has been listed for sale, and comes with 25.99 hectares of land and Yabba Creek frontage, around 25 deer, two pigs, three goats, and plenty of spots to pitch the tent or park the caravan.
There is even some onsite vans and ensuite cabins for the glampers, and a four-bedroom house with a private pool.
If the Big 4 is booked out, you can literally buy this one at Cania.
Big 4 Cania Gorge Holiday Park is on the market for $6.2 million, with its current owners keen to retire.
Located in the North Burnett region, the park has 151 powered sites, 76 unpowered sites, 27 cabins and villas, 2 amenities blocks, 2 camp kitchens, a reception/cafe/conference room, entertainment facilities including an outdoor cinema, swimming pools and a water park.
In New South Wales, a 52 hectare camp ground at Nowra could be yours for $4.8 million.
That’s plenty of space for the extended family to pitch tents.
The property, known as Coolendel, has been owned and operated over the past 30 years by three families.
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It has extensive Shoalhaven River frontage, bushwalking tracks, a three bedroom residence, two cabins, a bunkhouse, machinery shed and two amenities blocks, and it is totally ‘off the grid’.
Fresh water is sourced from the river and pushed through extensive filtration systems. There is also solar power and gas for the hot water system and electricity.
There is also no mobile phone reception so you can literally switch off from the world.
In Tassie, a 15.4 hectare property called The Far South Wilderness Camp is also on the market.
Located 80km south of Hobart, it has two five-room, six-bunk cabins, two double motel-style cabins, a separate lodge that sleeps up to 10 plus sheltered camping areas.
There is also a private residence for onsite manager or owner, a recreation/dining hall with fully-equipped commercial kitchen, a reception/office, amenities block, BBQ shelter, storage sheds and a private jetty and pontoon.
You get a pub with this tourist park in the foothills of the Victorian High Country.
The Dargo River Inn and Tourist Park sits on a 2.43 hectare block, and offers accommodation, powered sites and camping all year round.
Features include a public bar and separate dining area, a large beer garden, four self-contained cabins, one bunk style cabin, a renovated four bedroom, two bathroom plus office residence, 20 powered sites and approximately three acres of unpowered camping area.