Family-friendly glamping near Bombala

Hit the ski slopes, spot a platypus, and smell the lavender fields.

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Meraki Eco Retreat

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents167 acres · Kalaru, NSW
Meraki Eco Retreat offers 7 acres of beautifully maintained lawns and gardens, overlooking 160 acres of wetlands. Located just five minutes out of Tathra beach with access to an amazing selection of mountain bike trails. There is also an on site salon with massage and beauty pampering. Newly finished bike path for safe access to ride/walk from Meraki to Tathra. Guests will have access to a toilet throughout their stay along with other amenities.
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Kanukadale Forest River Retreat

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Goongerah, VIC
We have 20 acres of lush river flats adjoining the pristine Brodribb River in the Goongerah Valley. Due to the pristine, clean water straight off the surrounding mountains and the rich fertile river flats, early settlers used this place as a market garden to supply fruit and vegetables to the local townsfolk. After our purchase in 2000, we turned it into a self-sufficient paradise, always welcoming visitors to come and enjoy the land with us. Our BYO campsites are near the river where you can reconnect with nature amongst the tall trees. Kanukadale is a working Nature Retreat Sanctuary, so additional to BYO campsites, we also offer our Bell Tents when the retreats are not running. Here at Kanukadale, you will share the space with very friendly horses, ponies, miniature goats and our donkey. The property is child friendly as the boundary, river and paddocks are well fenced. You can do as much or as little as you want during your stay. Be sure to check out our awesome animal focussed activities that we offer here. You can find them under Experiences. You are welcome to bring your own horses and dogs. Dogs must stay on a lead whilst on the property and responsible pet ownership is essential here, as is a respectful attitude towards all the other sentient beings on the property. We do not allow generators here. There is lots to do in the area with heaps of nature immersion. East Gippsland is one of the most bio-diverse areas on mainland Australia. You can explore rare, Old Growth forest, historic gold mines, climb to the peak of Mt Ellery and walk through the Errinundra Plateau. Mountain bike riding, horseriding, 4wd touring and bushwalking is awesome in this area. There is a camp kitchen with a communal fridge, microwave, stove and electricity. There is also a composting toilet and hot shower facilities. There is free wifi. THERE ARE NO SHOPS OR FUEL OR MOBILE RECEPTION. WIFI CALLING WORKS IF YOU HAVE THAT OPTION. THE CLOSEST TOWN IS 50 KM TO DELEGATE OR 70KM TO ORBOST. YOU NEED TO COME COMPLETELY PREPARED OR IT’S A LONG DRIVE TO TOWN. THERE IS A PUBLIC PHONE BOX UP THE ROAD.
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Family-friendly glamping near Bombala guide

Overview

Looking to go camping near Bombala, New South Wales in Australia? Hipcamp has over 900 options to choose from, with prices starting as low as $10 per night. Some of the top campsites near Bombala include Millingandi Station (334 reviews), Tomakin River Camping (314 reviews), and Merimbula Camping (301 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as showers, toilets, and cooking equipment. If you're into snow sports, surfing, or biking, this is the perfect location for you. So pack your gear and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience in Bombala, New South Wales!

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