Top 8 camping areas with all the things millennials can't live without

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First we start with the basics, toilets and showers ... then we move on to some more fancy things like cafe's and BBQ areas and finally, if you're lucky, some of the below campsites might even have WIFI. Excited? Here are 8 campgrounds perfect for millenials near Sunshine Coast.

Photo of Maroochy River Park

1 Diura St, Maroochydore QLD 4558

Maroochy River Park

1 Rating
Photo of Kilkivan Bush Camping & Caravan Park

577 Rossmore Rd, Kilkivan, Queensland

Kilkivan Bush Camping & Caravan Park

5 Ratings
Photo of Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp

204 Lake Flat Rd, Boreen Point, Queensland

Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp

6 Ratings
Photo of Imbil Camping Retreat

5 Imbil Island Road, Imbil QLD 4570

Imbil Camping Retreat

8 Ratings
Photo of Noosa Caravan Park

143 Moorindil Street, TEWANTIN QLD 4565

Noosa Caravan Park

8 Ratings
Photo of Noosa Sea Scouts Camp

11 Eumundi-Noosa Rd, Noosaville, Queensland

Noosa Sea Scouts Camp

3 Ratings
Photo of Rainbow Beach Holiday Park

308 Carlo Road, Rainbow Beach QLD 4581

Rainbow Beach Holiday Park

4 Ratings
Photo of Hangar O

2484 Bruce Highway Gunalda 4570, QLD, Australia

Hangar O

0 Ratings