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Why book a cabin?

Camping is considered the ultimate freedom, but we reckon there’s nothing more liberating than being able to pile into the car, roll into a park and waltz into a comfy, self-contained cabin.

You don’t have to worry about packing – or more likely, forgetting – a heap of gear, setting up in the rain, or finding a far-off toilet block in the dark. With a cabin, the only thing you have to share is fresh air. Cabins offer comfort and convenience without the hotel price tag, and give you a true sense of ‘home away from home.’

Find cabins for rent online

Finding your ideal cabin is easy on CamperMate. You can forget about trawling the internet for hours trying to find the perfect location for your cabin escape. We’ve cut through the noise and done all the hard work for you by having tonnes of cabin listings in one place.

Where’s your perfect cabin holiday?

From country to coast, outback to bush, Australia is dotted with hundreds of cabins just waiting to be discovered. Pop in your holiday destination and we'll show you what's out there!

If you’re not fussed about where you go but know you want to feel sand between your toes or breathe in clean mountain air, why not browse cabins by environment?

How to book a cabin

CamperMate's flexible booking options allow you to rent a cabin in one of three ways. Where available, you can choose Instant Book and pay upfront to secure your cabin without the fuss. If you have special requests or would like to know more about the property’s facilities or things to do in the area, we’d recommended using Request to Book to send us your enquiry, and we’ll take it from there. If you prefer to call or email the park manager directly, go for it! You’ll find contact details alongside each cabin listing.

Here are some of the questions you might consider asking when making a cabin enquiry or booking:

  • What’s the cabin’s occupancy and bed configuration?

  • What’s the cabin’s environment and surrounding scenery like?

  • Is all linen provided or do I have to bring my own sheets and towels?

  • What is the disabled access like, particularly in cabin bathrooms?

  • I feel like being pampered. Does this cabin have a spa bath?

  • My dog/cat/guinea pig is basically my child. Can it stay in the cabin with me?