Glamping At Adder Rock

Stradbroke Island

Go glamping on one of North Stradbroke Island’s best beaches, with 10 beachfront luxury tents the jewel in the crown of the popular Adder Rock Campground, Point Lookout.

The gorgeous safari style (powered) glamping tents feature pale timber floors, comfy bed with quality cotton sheets and bedside lamps, bath towels, a couple of bamboo director’s chairs and a deck with designer hammock.

Glamping at Adder Rock North Stradbroke Island

Guests also have full access to the campsite’s communal kitchen, barbecues and amenities.

Glamping at Adder Rock North Stradbroke Island

Adder Rock is well-located with access to both Adder Rock and Home Beach and a short walk to the iconic Stradbroke Island Hotel. It is also a walk or short drive to the Point Lookout shops, cafes and eateries.

Glamping at Adder Rock North Stradbroke Island

Nice to know – Prices start at $99 a night for 2 people.

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Glamping at Adder Rock

Adder Rock Campground

Stradbroke Island

From $99 a night

Website

3409 9668

Map

Adder Rock, East Coast Rd, Point Lookout

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