BAFFLE HIDEAWAY 344

A Relaxing Getaway

Relax and Unwind

Ready to take a break somewhere that’s peaceful and secluded, where you can watch the sun set over the river, throw in a line or two or maybe a crab pot? BAFFLE HIDEAWAY cabin and camping spot is literally right beside the river and will have you wishing you didn’t need to go home. Located next to Baffle Creek, we are an hour’s drive north of Bundaberg in QLD – it’s the perfect spot for a fishing trip or a quiet weekend away.

Baffle Hideaway cabin interior

Baffle Hideaway Cabin

Our self contained cabin accommodation sleeps up to seven people, perfect for a family holiday or a bunch of fishing mates! You don’t need to bring much, just your clothes, food, drinks and fishing gear… and maybe a book.

We’ve recently renovated, so the bathroom and kitchen are modern and clean, and the cabin furnishings are family oriented and comfortable – it’s not the Ritz, but it’s welcoming and it’s a relaxing place to be.

Camping at Baffle Hideaway

At Baffle Hideaway we now have facilities for campers. With the addition in 2019 of a toilet & shower block we can cater for a small number of camper vans, caravans and tents. The access to Baffle Hideaway does not require 4wd, a lot of campers still come in cars. If it’s been raining a lot we’ll call you prior to your arrival to discuss access.

We have 8 powered sites (with water available) which are allocated for camping, all which overlook the river. Fire pits are available for your night time enjoyment, overlooking the flowing river.

There are no set sites, enjoy the spacious location and create your camping heaven. We do ask you to be mindful of others, no parties or loud music.

Camping Caravans By Creek Cropped

Located at 344 Coast Road, Baffle Creek

Local Shops & Things To Do

Even though Baffle Hideaway is in a secluded spot, it’s only a short walk to the local convenience store, Real Estate, Fishing supplies, takeaway shop and Bottleshop. So if you forget to bring something, the kids want an iceblock, or you want some hot chips to go with your freshly caught and cooked fish, then you can just nip to the shop.

It’s lovely to have a secluded break, but you might be looking for something else to do if you’re not a fisherman… or you want to leave the fishermen to it! Here are some options of things to do in the area:

  • Play a game of golf at the Baffle Creek Golf Club
  • Take a drive to Rules beach and maybe walk or drive along the beach to the mouth, do a spot of fishing and during the turtle season you may be able to watch the turtles laying and/or hatching.​
  • Take a round trip through Deepwater National Park to Agnes Water, 1770 and return.