Starry Nights Luxury Camping

Food and
The Black Smith Lounge

What About Food?

When you arrive, you’ll receive a welcome cheese platter with your choice of red, white or sparkling wines, beer or soft drink (if you book directly through our website).

Breakfast

A breakfast hamper can be purchased separately. Breakfast hampers include bacon, organic sausages, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, Greek yoghurt, Turkish bread, juice, milk, tea and coffee.

Food Philosophy

Starry Nights food philosophy uses locally sourced, organic where possible and high-quality seasonal ingredients. Starry Nights produces much of their own food sourced from all over the property and their own food gardens. The food that is grown directly on Starry Nights property includes:

  • Eggs from free range chickens
  • Spinach, tomatoes and a herb garden
  • Citrus trees including lemonades, lemons, mandarins, grapefruit, limes and lots of orange trees
  • Various nut trees including macadamia, chestnuts and bunya nuts
  • Peaches, mulberries, jack fruit, custard apples, bananas, paw-paw trees, passionfruit, cumquat, mango trees, avocado trees and lychee trees
  • Produce is sourced from all over the property from various nut producing trees and Starry Nights kitchen garden, the Sunshine Coast Hinterland farmers markets and wild harvested bush tucker plants (such as bunya pine nuts, wild chilies, Lomandra grasses and lemon myrtle).

If not from our food gardens they source any other produce and ingredients locally; this local sourcing of food is also in line with their near zero carbon foot print philosophy…the least miles as possible from paddock to plate. They also source food from:

  • Rawganix farm for organic meats and olive oil
  • Kawana farmers market
  • Kunara Organic Market Place

Starry Night’s personalised approach also means it’s easy to accommodate vegetarian, vegan and those with food allergies that are gluten free or dairy free.

Your tent kitchen and pantry

Each safari tent is equipped with its own kitchenette (with cooking facilities) and pantry of staples and a welcome platter (if you have booked directly with us).

See more in FAQ.

Our Guest Lounge

In the warmer months the main doors open for outdoor dining, with floor to ceiling windows to see the colourful birdlife and wood fired oven meals.

In winter a roaring fire in the guest lounge is the perfect place to relax after dinner watching the changing light of the bush as the sun disappears for the evening with a nightcap, perhaps swap a few travelling tales with other guests, or enjoy a game of cards.

Guests are welcome to help themselves to tea or coffee or have an espresso style coffee.

A robust beverage program features organic wines, beers, fruit juice, kombucha and tea or coffee which are thoughtfully sourced throughout Australia.