Queensland Camping

Paradise Country Farmstay, Gold Coast

When it comes to Qld Farm stays then, you can’t go past staying at Paradise Country Farmstay.  This is no ordinary Gold Coast farm as your entry into the park is also included in your accommodation prices.  

The good news is that for regardless of what type of Qld farmstay you are looking for this place has somewhere to pitch your tent, park a caravan or enjoy an onsite tent or even an eco tent with your own ensuite.   

If you are looking at a Gold Coast farm stay at Paradise Country farmstay, then this will be a super handy guide.  In this guide, I share with you everything you will need to know about staying at Paradise Country, so you can decide if this is the perfect place to just enjoy one night away or a few nights allowing you to visit the other theme parks close by or even the Gold Coast. 

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Paradise Country Farmstay is just 40 minutes from Brisbane and 15 minutes to the Gold Coast.  You will need to follow the signs to OutBack Spectacular where you will then see the signs to Paradise Country.  It is located behind here, but you will need to drive just a little bit further.  Once you arrive at Paradise Country you will need to follow the signs to farmstay parking.  The road is more one lane so you need to be on the lookout for other campers coming from the opposite direction. However due to check out being at 10pm and check in at 2pm this would not be very common.  

Camping/Accommodation Options 

Paradise Country Farmstay has a wide range of camping and accommodation options which are discussed further below.

The Eco tents 

The eco tents have either couples or family ones available – they also have ones that have their own private ensuites.There is a refrigerator, linen and towels provided, shared bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities and a balcony to enjoy your settingsThe family option sleeps us to 5 with one queen bed and a bunk bed. 

Onsite Tent 

The Farmstay onsite tents are a pre-pared two room canvas tent which includes 4 single beds.  All linen is supplied with power and water. You will have access to the shared amenities block. 

Camping and Van sites 

This is the option we choose bringing our lightweight Swifty for the night.  The sites are powered and you will have access to the shared amenities block. You can read more about hiring our swifty here.

Facilities at Paradise Country Farmstay 

There is toilets and hot showers as well as a sink for washing up provided in the amentities block which is just near the farmstay entrance to the park.  Once you book in you will be provided with a passcode that allows you to re enter the farmstay area from the park.  Paradise country entry is provided in the cost of your accommodation.   

Sunset and Sunrise Farmstay Activities

When the park closes you will be able to the enjoy the sunset experiences wine tasting, lawn games and also a nightly campfire.  We enjoyed playing the lawn games with our family but also seeing the children make friends with the other farmstay families.  Next to the lawn the children also were able to play on the playground.  As we were enjoying our relaxing time on the lawn we were able to be mesmerised by the beautiful peacocks freely strolling around the park. 

For those who were interested we also were able to enjoy our time with feeding the kangaroos. At the moment they have a deal on where kids eat free at the homestead restaurant.  We booked in for dinner in this country style restaurant.  The meals were delicious and very reasonably priced. 

The next morning we gathered at the milking shed where we learnt about the cows at Paradise Country and were also able to have a go at milking the cows. At the time of our booking the animal nursery was not available to bottle feed the animals or collect the eggs so instead we were able to feed the cows. 

There is also koala breakfast experiences you can add onto your farmstay.  Breakfast is also available to purchase in the homestead restaurant. 

They also offer a range of packages so you can enjoy Movieworld or Outback Spectacular as well. 

Paradise Country, Farmstay – Our Verdict  

We just spent one wonderful and relaxing night at Paradise Country Farmstay, staying in a van site and had a great time.  The sunrise and sunset activities make this Farmstay even more enjoyable. 

It was lovely with the farmstay families coming together to play and enjoy the nightly campfire.  There is minimal noise and it was nice been woken up in the morning to the farm animals which was an enjoyable part of the experience. 

 If you are looking for somewhere to stay to visit the theme parks or the Gold Coast or just have a local farmstay experience – I can’t recommend Paradise Country Farmstay enough.  


Hopefully you have found this guide on staying at Paradise Country Farmstay helpful.  If you’re looking for other farm stay camping spots check out our review on Kookaburra Park hereYou can also check out our review on Cotton Tree Sunshine Coast or Mt Nimmel Lodge, Camping near Sprinbrook National Park, Qld


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