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4.6 from 68 users


180 Yandina Bli Bli Rd, Yandina, Queensland

0432 040 751




Hidden Valley is a working macadamia orchard, nestled within the Maroochy River valley, not far from Yandina. The property covers approximately 30 acres, with 17.5 acres devoted to macadamia trees, over one kilometre of creeks, a picturesque dam and 12.5 acres of natural rainforest corridors. We also adjoin the Parklands Conservation Park with direct access to the Mountain bike trails. With acres of space and all the basic amenities, a variety of camping options are available. From secluded spots, to large open areas for the whole extended family! There are powered sites, drinking water, flushing toilets, hot showers, an amazing camp fire and wood available for purchase. There is also good phone reception. Advanced booking is required.

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Lat: -26.576026 Lng: 152.975412

User Reviews



It was a perfect escape from busy campsites. Nice and cheap! Facilities are good. Its perfect to reach Eumundi markets from here. But my highlight was the visit of Norbert the Emu. Super friendly Emu. One of the best camp sites i stayed at



Not happy with me staying for 12 days due to grass dying with the tent!.....Ok then off I go somewhere else I won't even bother!!!


User 2539786

Amazing location.. it really is a hidden Valley.. woke up to an emu walking past my van Looks more remote then it actually is.. just off the main roads.. very unique space with well designed bathroom/toilets .. all very clean and well maintained.



Wow, what a beautiful spot! Was only going to stay one night, but stayed two. Great to get away from the busy coastline. Just a short 30min drive to Noosa. Toilets and showers clean and hot. Such a peaceful spot. Would highly recommend. Norbit the emu was friendly and funny. We also bought fresh honey from Sharon that she had harvested.


Little Emu

I was quoted $35 for one night. I got this info on arrival! I have a short weelbase coaster (its same wheelbase as a landcruiser troopy). I went elsewhere as prices quoted here would suggest that self contained unpowered sites are $25 for others. Perhaps he had a rough day given the other positive comments on here.



Friendly, private, beautiful and cared for campsite. Well maintained campsites with lovely gardens between each campsite. Easy walks around the property, excellent shower and loos (could maybe use one more loo- not connected to the shower for those needing to go while others are showering themselves and kids). Just really in touch with thier own place and have good care for it.



Great campground - Norbit the emu, kangaroos, chickens, parrots and ducklings, toilets and hot showers. Beautiful green grass, gardens and trees surrounding the camp.


Nath & Mish

The best campground we've stayed at throughout our travels in 9 months. So quiet! Absolutely no street noise. Plenty of privacy & space between camp sites. Lots of green grass & trees. Kookaburras singing in the morning. Clean and unique toilet and hot showers. Showers are timed for 3 minutes but that's plenty of time. Owners are lovely. Very well organised. Great value for money. We'll be back for sure



Lovely grassy sites, unique toilet/shower facilities, friendly helpful owners.


Mela Limbach

2nd stay was amazing. Clean toilet and showers. Drinkable water. Awesome communal fire pit. Dogs are allowed. There's a dirt road / walking trails / bike track at the back gate. I ventured off on my own and didn't realise there's emus. Saw one and ran away cussing and arms flailing like a nong. Turns out there's two males named Norbit and Fluffy and are friendly. The kids feed and pat them

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