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Sapphire Coast Dairy-Homestead

5 sites · RVs, Tents929 acres · Greendale, NSW
376 hectare operating dairy farm next to Biamanga National Park with access via secret 4WD track to the mountain and 22km to Brogo Dam for bass fishing. 16.5 kms to shopping centre of Bega. & 34 km to Tathra beach. The property has eucalyptus forest, rainforest gullies, fresh mountain water and abundant wildlife include bellbirds and lyrebirds. The campsite is at the original 1908 selection block by the late John Pearce (one of the first settlers in the area) and has extensive views. in dry weather you can get here in 2WD towing a small camper trailer. There is a steep hairpin bend so I do not recommend caravans with 2WD vehicles (4WD vehicle and caravan could handle this). If you have queries regarding access check photos in gallery or please ask me. Flushing toilet on site. Dogs permitted. Good telephone and internet reception. Ideal for flying your new drone.
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Ingenia Holidays Tomakin

80 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Tomakin, NSW
Set on the banks of the Tomaga River, between Batemans Bay and Moruya on the New South Wales South Coast, Ingenia Holidays Tomakin is where city stress is replaced with coastal relaxation. Choose between new riverfront cabins or DIY your accommodation by way of camping or caravanning and prepare to drop straight into holiday mode. Most people are drawn to at this New South Wales holiday spot by our resort style pool, perfect for families. Outside the perimeter of the park, you’ll find cafes, boutiques and beaches for exploring. And of course, there’s always the Tomakin Sports and ; Social Club next door where you can enjoy a meal if you don’t feel like self-catering (or washing up) during your stay.
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AU$39
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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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Meringo Beach Camp

3 sites · RVs, Tents120 acres · Meringo, NSW
Welcome to Meringo Beach Camp! Located on 100 acres of private beach-front farm land, this camp is perfect for couples, families and friends looking for privacy, basic camp facilities and direct beach access. Enjoy the beautiful South Meringo beach, Honeymoon and North Meringo beach a short stroll away. Your campsite is surrounded by beautiful red gum trees. It features a shared bush shelter complete with a BBQ, solar powered lighting, and tables for meals. You will also have access to simple amenities, that use spring-fed dam water. Campers will need to bring their own drinking water. This site is on a working family-owned and run farm currently running sheep. It has long been a special gathering place for family and friends for more than 40 years, and is now available on Hipcamp. The camp also sits on the famous Bingi Dreaming Track, a beautiful coastal walk that stretches from Congo Beach to Tuross Head. Moruya is the closest town, a 15-minute drive away. Sydney is a four-hour drive, and Canberra a two-and-a-half hour drive. Meringo is located on the lands of the Yuin people, to whom we pay our respects.
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Ingenia Holidays Ocean Lake

85 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Wallaga Lake National Park, NSW
Calling all coastal holidaymakers and fishing enthusiasts, Ingenia Holidays Ocean Lake on the South Coast of New South Wales has your name written all over it. You’ll find it on the shores of New South Wales’s largest lake, Wallaga Lake, a few short minutes from the famous secluded surf beaches and breaks of the New South Wales South Coast. No matter if you’re traveling as a couple or with the brood, you’ll find accommodation to suit the kind of holiday memories you wish to create – with villas, units, caravan,s and camping sites all available onsite. Bring your bait box, Ingenia Holidays Ocean Lake’s proximity to the water is enough to catch any angler’s attention and encourage them to stay and play a while. For the little ones not interested in the waiting game for fish to bite, there’s a playground and jumping cushion all on-site. There’s also a camp kitchen and BBQ facilities to take the hassle out of campsite cooking or for when you want to cook up your catch of the day.
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Hidden River Valley, Buckenbowra

16 sites · RVs, Tents145 acres · Buckenbowra, NSW
Welcome to our beautiful riverside farm in the NSW south coast. We offer exclusive use of our campgrounds for a relaxing getaway and privacy. Surrounding is 2.5kms of the pristine Buckenbowra River with swimming holes to enjoy, 4WD routes, State forests and National Park for exploring. We are located 19km off the Pacific Highway from the historical town of Mogo (and Mogo Zoo) on an all weather gravel/dirt road with a concrete causeway crossing at the entrance of the property. Choose from a selection campsites, one that overlooks farmland with views to the river flats and mountains or a grassed riverbank. The large and open level grassy area is perfect for tents, caravans and RVs. A flushing toilet and a hot water shower are available. Phone reception is pretty reliable. There is a deep swimming hole close by, wonderful for a dip, snorkling, gold panning... At the edge of the swimming hole is mowed grass area for relaxing. Children are welcome, although to be supervised at all times. We also have a designated campfire area with firewood supplied on arrival and additional available if requested. Dogs welcome if controlled at all times and do not interfere with our livestock.
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AU$45
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Ingenia Holidays Moruya

126 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Moruya, NSW
If you’re looking for a room with a view, set your sights on Ingenia Holidays Moruya, whose river views and breezes are what separates this park from the pack. Set on the banks of the Moruya River, this holiday park is a short stroll from the township itself, in the heart of the Eurobodalla region of the New South Wales South Coast. Choose between camping, caravan sites or executive villas for your stay, with the choice of river or mountain views from each and every site. Water sports are what’s on most holiday maker’s daily agenda here, with boating, fishing, and kayaking all accessible from the park’s private boat ramp access. Closer to holiday-home, there’s a heated spa, jumping pillow and kids’ playground to keep the little ones entertained. If you do decide to leave the park’s surrounds, spend your day exploring Moruya’s beaches, restaurants, galleries and boutiques. For the more adventurous, there’s always four-wheel-drive trails, mountain biking, skydiving, scenic flights and Deua National Park on your doorstep too.
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Pretty View Retreat

16 sites · RVs, Tents126 acres · Coila, NSW
Welcome to the magnificent NSW South Coast. We are located close to both Moruya and Narooma, where you will find great seafood and local markets. We are surrounded by crystal clear waterways and beaches, and lucky enough to have beautiful views of Tuross and Coila lakes, as well as the ocean. Pretty View Retreat sees the most sensational sunrises most days. And our hinterland sunsets are pretty good as well. This campsite is close to beautiful Tuross and Coila lakes and their extensive waterways, and a short drive to beaches and the ocean. Pretty View also offers hinterland views in a country setting. There is plenty of places for fishing, water skiing, surfing, hiking and biking, with activities being just minutes away. Enjoy an evening around the campfire (firewood available for camp sites at local price) PM at booking time This campsite has access to a toilet/shower, filtered drinking water, BBQ and recycling facilities. Pets on leashes welcome. Refer to site rules and safety for all pets at time of booking
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AU$33
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Top of the Lake

3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Merimbula, NSW
5 min drive to Merimbula and Pambula and their magnificent beaches is a large powered undulating grass area with Lake views available for RV, Camp trailer, tent ect. An amenities block with showers, toilets, communal fridge, washing machine is also included for shared use. Dogs on leash are allowed but must be supervised.
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Hicklam Grange

4 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Bega, NSW
Hicklam Grange camp is located on 25 acres surrounded by farmland which once formed part of the historic Kameruka Estate. The quiet town of Candelo is a simple 10 minute drive away where there is a pub, cafe, general store, petrol station, homewares store and markets which are held on the first Sunday of every month from 8.30am. If beach side is what you are after both Merimbula and Tathra are approximately 30 minutes away, or a 25 minute drive will take you to Bega, home of the famous Bega Cheese factory. Upon entering Hicklam Grange, you will drive past the main house and continue to the end of the property to the camp hut and unpowered sites. You will notice some chook pens along the way, and if they have been kind, farm fresh eggs may be purchased along with some local home made jams, pickles and relish. Hicklam Grange Camp offers an undercover area with a kitchen, shower, and toilet. The kitchen has a bbq, cooking utensils, and crockery for use. There is no fridge/freezer available. The hut has doors which can be closed to make use of the indoor fireplace and protection from wind if need be. The water used on site is the same as the main house, and has been collected from the creek that borders the property. Guests can gain access to the creek via a gate at the base of the camp kitchen grounds and a short walk along a mown track. Water from the taps may be used for washing up but should be boiled before use when cooking or making tea and coffee. It is recommended to bring your own drinking water. The campsite provides several cleared areas that are first in best dressed; whether it be near the camp kitchen and amenities, next to existing fire pits, or a little further away for some extra privacy. Camping is not permitted within the fenced area where the camp kitchen and amenities are located. Small campfires are permitted in designated areas, when restrictions aren't in place and a communal fire pit is also available in front of the hut. Firewood may be collected around the property, or alternatively is available for purchase under Extras. A large bonfire has been set up on site, but is not to be used as this is set for a yearly family event on the property. Many farm animals are on the property such as sheep, goats, chooks, ducks, geese, dogs, and cats. Dogs are welcome but must stay within the camp, be under control or on a leash as the property is also home to wildlife such as rabbits, wombats, echidna, possums and native bees. All vehicle types can access the property, and is suitable for Tents, Campers, and Vans with good access for 2WD and caravans.
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Looking for an outdoor adventure with the convenience of an RV and access to showers? Hipcamp offers over 3,000 campsite options near Bermagui, New South Wales that fit your accommodation and activity preferences. With top campsites like Millingandi Station (334 reviews), Tomakin River Camping (314 reviews), and Merimbula Bushcamping (301 reviews), you're sure to find a spot that fits your style. Popular amenities include potable water, showers, and toilets, and popular activities include wind sports, whitewater paddling, and snow sports. Prices range from as low as $10 to an average of $35 per night.

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