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Millingandi Station

26 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Millingandi, NSW
Millingandi Station is nestled between the coastal holiday hamlets of Pambula and Merimbula. This unique tidal waterfront acreage has flat open grassy spaces, sealed road access and is within a few easy kilometres of all the amenities, shops and beaches these villages have to offer. Conveniently located on the Princes highway, we are a short drive to beautiful beaches, and grocery and supply stores. Explore Pambula village's boutique shops, eateries and micro brewery. Discover the history of nearby Eden, Boydtown and Greencape Lighthouse. Explore the farm on foot or launch a kayak, canoe or SUP in the tidal creek, direct access from the property, and explore the beautiful Merimbula lake. We offer fire-braziers for those who do not have their own, firewood available by the bundle for purchase. Pets on leashes welcome. This is a working farm so please ensure you close gates when you pass through them. Pets on leashes welcome. This is a working farm so please ensure you close gates when you pass through them. Pets on leashes welcome. This is a working farm so please ensure you close gates when you pass through them. - firebucket/brazier available - firewood for sale - town water onsite - oysters for sale (seasonal) - organic seasonal farm produce available (avocados, eggs, lemons etc) - dump point within the park - powered site/grey water connection
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Merimbula Camping

48 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Bournda, NSW
200 acres of scenic farm paddocks with seasonal creek, and forested hills adjoining the Bournda National Park. See kangaroos, wallabies and wombats and if you are lucky an echidna or deer! Horses also live here and are separate from the main camping area. Merimbula Camping is an ideal place to camp during Wanderer Festival 2024. We accept only a small number of campers to ensure everyone has a few acres each and peace and quiet to enjoy the natural surroundings. Sites are generally more secluded as go from 1 to 10. Sites are walking distance to a composting toilet (check site details). Good phone reception. Dogs welcome. They can go off leash if supervised during the day. No loud music. No loud parties. No motorbikes. No generators. Please keep noise to a minimum. 5 mins drive to Bournda NP and Lagoon/Island/Beach, more beaches, Tura Beach Woolworths, petrol station. 10 mins drive to Merimbula, Magic Mountain and Tathra. Showers; Hobart Beach, Bournda NP - 293 Bournda Road, Bournda. Beach showers in Merimbula (Spencer Park, Bar Beach, Fishpen, Ford Park) Pambula Beach (near the Surf Club, Lions Park Lookout, Rivermouth). Hot Showers - Next to SLSC, Andy Poole Drive, Tathra, Firepits provided. Firewood; There's plenty of kindling and small branches around so you can help yourself. Or BYO wood, BYO chainsaw (just ask, we can let you know where to cut wood), or pay us to bring some to you - we can bring it to you once you choose your exact spot.
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Kangarutha Farm

13 sites · RVs, Tents115 acres · Kalaru, NSW
Visit Tathra, but stay at Kangarutha, only 2km from the edge of town, and enjoy space, privacy and tranquillity. We intentionally only have a limited number of campsites on our large property, so that you can enjoy camping in a natural setting away from the crowd. Our stunning property is comprised of open paddock areas surrounded by large areas of native forests, and we border national park. Enjoy the forest trails here on the property, which take you on a tour to our peaceful back dam. Or explore further afield - our place links to both the Tathra-Kalaru bike track and the Bournda National Park, where you can access the Tathra Mountain Bike Trail Network, as well as the secluded coves along the Kangarutha Walking Track. Our property was home to the former and well-loved businesses 'Kangarutha Nursery', and 'On the Perch Bird Park'. We have been busy re-imagining these spaces. We have drinking water, flushing accessible toilets and one hot shower a short walk from the campsites. Our property is dog friendly for well behaved dogs that don't chase wildlife or the horses on our property. No hunting dogs. Campfires permitted when there are no restrictions. You can gather your own wood, or we can prepare wood for you.
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Figtree Camp @ Mystery Bay

9 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Central Tilba, NSW
Located a short stroll through the spotted gum forest to the beautiful waters of Mystery Bay beach. A family-owned and run working beef cattle farm on 100 acres of farmland looking towards Gulaga Mountain. Just a 7 min stroll walk to the beach through the old bush trail, Historic Central Tilba 5 min drive, Bermagui 20 mins and Narooma township 8 mins.Easy access for all types of vehicles and our place suits any type of family-friendly, nature-loving camper, as long as you have your own toilet (no exceptions!) and own water. ☆ No amenities so campers will have to be self-contained with own toilet and leave no trace.☆ Pets considered on request, please enquire and advise breed and number of pets you'd like to bring before booking.☆☆please note, latest fire information-it is safe to visit the area. We have favourable conditions in the coming fortnight. We have not been in the fire zone, there can be a little smoke from time to time however minimal
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Bingi Campsite

5 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Bingie, NSW
The camping area is on a grassy headland, overlooking the ocean, available for self-contained campers (with their own toilet). The area has access to Coila Lake by 4WD and a five-minute walk to access the beaches.Bingi also has a significant Aboriginal history and is surrounded by Yuin peoples rich aboriginal culture and stories, sites and dreaming walking tracks.Campfires are permitted when there are no restrictions in place. Pets are welcome to join you but must remain under your control at all times.A private culture talk can be arranged (fee for service) with the local custodians of the area.Bingi is also known for it's beautiful flora and fauna, and great fishing, prawning, diving and watersports. Bingi Campsite is a 10 - 15 minute drive from the town of Moruya, and 10 minutes drive from Tuross Heads.
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2Wrens Rd

5 sites · Lodging, Tents25 acres · Murrah, NSW
I have blocked bookings from March 2024 as the area will be a construction zone during the build of our house and shed which are close by to the Bunga Surf Shack and camp sites. Coastal farmland, half wooded, half cleared, distant neighbours and nearby National Parks. Great surf beaches including Bunga Point, Cuttagee and Aragunnu all close by. There are numerous coastal lagoons, Biamanga and Mimosa Rocks National parks. We have a large dam at the entrance to the property. The township of Bermagui is 15 minutes drive north; Tathra and Bega are 30mins south. There is an abundance of wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, goannas, echidnas, eagles, wombats. You can enjoy whale watching, diving, swimming, surfing and walking coastal tracks from here. As well there is an abundance of great food available with Wapengo Organic oysters just down the road, Mimosa Winery close by and numerous cafes, pub, restaurants, sourdough bakery, woolworths, bottleshop etc in the gorgeous coastal village of Bermagui. Mobile phone and internet coverage is good with Telstra, not as reliable if you are with Optus. Lovely place to switch off from your device if possible though. If you require firewood please select this in the extras or leave $20 cash per nights supply as we do have to chop, split and deliver this to the site. There is plenty of kindling to scavenge on site. Please be respectful of neighbours, drive slowly for wildlife, and no flying of drones over private land. Thanking you.
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Hobbs Bay Farm Narooma

7 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Narooma, NSW
Only minutes to Narooma on the NSW South Coast, this lovely 100 acre bush and open farmland setting has it all. Bike and walking trails all over the property, heaps of wildlife and you may even get to see some red deer wandering around. Guests are required to be fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Check out the new born swans and spoonbills in the wetlands on the property. Whether it be bushwalking, mountain biking or water sports on Wagonga inlet, there is always something to do. We do have some kayaks for your use that can be launched on Punkalla creek alongside Hobbs Bay Farm. Only 15 minutes from Historic Tilba and 10 minutes from Narooma it is the perfect location for your next getaway. A real nature lovers paradise. At this stage it is primitive camping/caravan or camper trailer only.
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Sunset Point

5 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Bodalla, NSW
When you stay at Sunset Point you have lake frontage onto Borang Lake ( 4km from Potato Point), which connects directly with the Tuross lakes. You are able to launch your own tinny at our private jetty. A firepit is provided and you can collect your own wood yourself, or purchase a $20 a wheel barrow load with your booking. Wildlife is plentiful here, so please respect the environment and clean up after your self. There are some amazing local beaches only minutes to Potato point or down the back track 10 minute drive or, ride your pushie or walk (its a bit of a walk) - straight to Blackfellows Point at Potato Point. There are lovely walking tracks around the property and lots of fishing, kayaking and just plain lazy days. Watch the sunrise or walk to the other side of the property and watch the sunset. Watching the moon rise on the lake is quite beautiful. Launch your tinny and go fishing or simply kayak or lazy around. The site is dog friendly, but your pet must be well behaved and not aggressive as there may be other campers and pets on the property during your stay. You may not be right next to each other but please respect other guests. Just 10 minutes from the charming village of Bodalla, which was founded on the back of dairy farming and cheese production back in the 1860s. 30 minutes drive either way to the hubs of Narooma and Moruya. No barking dogs and no loud music or parties. This is a peaceful getaway. Short car trip to famous beaches where you leave nothing but footprints. It's our secret!
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Acreage Aurora

2 sites · RVs10 acres · Cobargo, NSW
We're a 5 minute drive from the quaint township of Cobargo, 15 minutes to Bermagui and 20 minutes to the coastline and pristine beaches. Our property overlooks the beautiful Wandella Valley. There's plenty of interesting history and walks to explore close by. Wadbilliga National Park is a 985.3 km² national park that is located in high country spanning the Monaro and South Coast regions of south-eastern New South Wales, Australia. Easy parking for your RV overlooking the beautiful Wandella Valley. The camp area is grassed, level and great place to relax. We welcome self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower and drinking water. You must have your own amenities. The campsite is 2WD accessible and has enough space for your caravan, campervan or camper trailer. Fresh fruit and free range eggs sometimes available so check with us to see what produce is available during your stay. No campfires or pets please.
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Narooma Paradise

3 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Narooma, NSW
*** PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to take any bookings until March 2023 due to flooding. Please don't send requests at this time, I will be unable to accept them. Thank you and apologies for the inconvenience. *** Our property is a five minute hike to the Wagonga Inlet with its flowing turquoise waterways, and a five minute drive to any of the beaches in Narooma: Barunga Point Beach, Kianga Beach and another 10 minutes to Mystery Bay. We are close to the town but secluded. It's a short trip into Narooma town centre from our property, where you will find grocery stores, cafes, and everything to cover your supply needs. We offer just two secluded camp sites situated in the middle of a lush garden on a 3 acre lot. You will be camping on the top of the property surrounded by a subtropical rainforest. On one side looking through the trees, you will catch glimpses of Mount Gulaga, and on the other side you will be surrounded by the subtropical rainforest surrounds. The campsites have rainwater tanks for drinking, washing and a compostable drop toilet. We can supply a solar camping shower to wash off your swim in the ocean at your request. You can recharge any batteries if you need to, such as charging a phone or laptop. Just let us know. :) We put a lot of love into our Hipcamp so if something isn't quite right for you during your stay, please let us know and we'd be very happy to help you. It's important to us that your stay is very comfortable. We are musicians/singer-songwriters and at times offer an acoustic concert of original songs or our "like a version" of cover songs. Just for that different experience or as a surprise for someone special, so please let us know. You will receive a free CD with 18 songs to carry you on your homeward journey. Check out our music on changotree.com.au Our house is also here on the acreage, with verandas in the homestead style, surrounded by a beautiful garden that circles the habitat tree - this tree is home to many small creatures such as ducks, possums and king parrots. To start you off on the nature smorgasbord that Eurobodalla offers, why not enjoy a beautiful walk to the ancient fig trees on the Wagonga Inlet trail, which is just down the road. There are many good beaches here. We suggest Bar Beach (northern side of Wagonga Inlet), which is a great family beach with swimming, fishing and Apex park nearby for picnics. Carters beach is to the north at Kianga. Easy access, good car parking and toilet facilities available. There is much to see and do here: * Mals BBQ Boats, Narooma - the BBQ boats hold up to 12 people includes BBQ equipment and onboard restroom * Narooma Marina - BBQ boats and Fishing boats for hire * Charter boat adventures where you can see penguins, dolphins and seals or go on a light house tour on Montague Island * Have lunch or dinner at the quirky Quarterdeck * Get up close and personal with the seals sun baking on the rocks at the breakwall * Have your portrait taken with Australia Rock (near the seals) * Take a trip to Tilba at the foot of Mount Gulaga (Mount Dromedary) and hike to the top of the mountain. Treat yourself from one of the many curiosity shops or take part in a tasting at the Cheese Factory.
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