Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Queensland camping ground expands accom offering

North Stradbroke Island’s Minjerribah Camping will launch twelve new permanent Island Eco Tents from December 11 at picturesque Adder Rock Camping Ground near Point Lookout on the north coast of the Island.

Guests will have access to Adder Rock Campsite’s communal bathroom and cooking facilities. Adjacent to the campsite is a general store and scuba dive centre, and shops, restaurants and tour operators are located a short drive away in the Point Lookout village.

The tents are the latest addition to the Adder Rock Camping Ground accommodation range, and will complement the permanent glamping tents that were launched earlier this year.

Announcing the December launch date, Minjerribah Camping’s Hugo Johnston, said the new accommodation would be ideal for couples and families wanting to get back to nature, but with an added level of comfort.

“You are in the midst of a really attractive setting, there’s a choice of beautiful beaches on your doorstep, and now you will have the choice of traditional camping sites, Glamping tents and these really well-designed and comfortable Island Eco Tents,” Mr Johnston said.

“For those who love the atmosphere of a camping ground, there will be all the usual benefits, but instead of having to do all the work putting up and taking down the tent and bringing all the equipment, everything is done for you so that you can spend more time enjoying the beautiful island and its myriad attractions and activities.”

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