Camping near Boorowa with horseback riding

An authentic Irish country town camping experience in the heart of Australia.

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98% (217 reviews)

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5 top campgrounds near Boorowa with horseback riding

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La Paloma

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Darbys Falls, NSW
'La Paloma' is a farm located 15 minutes from the township of Cowra and Wyangala Dam. La Paloma boasts spectacular views down the valley and of surrounding granite hills. We offer a 3 bedroom cottage, glamping tent and camping, powered and unpowered. Take a walk up the hill to take in the gorgeous scenery and watch the breath-taking sunrises and sunsets! Say hi to our resident sheep! We have two flocks of gorgeous sheep enjoying the delicious pastures. There is lots of native bird life to see here, with Superb Parrots, Blue Wrens, Cockatoos, Rosellas, Wedge Tail Eagles and of course, Doves (hence the property name, La Paloma). Wake up to see the mob of kangaroos bounding up the hill. Make sure to pop over to Wyangala Dam (14 min) for a fish or take part in some watersports. Or even head down the road to Elliotts Lookout over the Dam for some incredible views! We can even provide under cover boat storage if you want to bring your boat with you for some fun on the lake! In spring, enjoy the beautiful blossoming fruit trees. You can even visit Sakura Matsuri, the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival in Cowra late September! Year round, enjoy the tranquillity and landscapes of the Japanese Gardens and Cultural Centre in Cowra (14 min). The gardens act as a monument of peace and reconciliation between two countries after the largest Prisoner Of War breakout in modern military history. Cowra's rich history can be explored at the Cowra POW Campsite and various other historical sites around town. Make sure to end your night around a great campfire! We have a designated campfire area and complimentary firewood in a wood shed close by. Roast some marshmallows and take in the starry night sky. Property has a gorgeous brand new stand-alone bathroom building with 2 toilets, a hot water shower and sink. Please keep this clean and tidy. There are cleaning products under the sink as we cannot always be there to keep it clean. There is also an undercover table for use in the shearing shed but please BYO chairs. Please take all rubbish with you. Please make sure to follow COVID-19 guidelines by washing and sanitising hands especially when using shared areas. Pick a camp site in the middle aisle around the sheds, bathroom block and driveway OR in our top hill paddock (if gates are open) to take in the views. You are welcome to camp anywhere in the paddock - please note these sites are only accessible on foot, please do not drive into the paddock. No fires in the paddock please, there is a communal campfire spot available. We can accommodate RVs on the granite parking pads near the bathroom block. There is a power pole close by to plug in to. Note the ground off the driveway and parking pads can get very wet and boggy so to avoid getting bogged please try to stick to the driveway as much as possible.
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AU$40
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* Before taxes and fees
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Pine Gums, via Goulburn.

2 sites · RVs, Tents155 acres · Goulburn, NSW
Pine Gums is so close to everything but also feels a world away from everyone. From the time you pull in, to the time you leave, the experience at Pine Gums is peaceful, rewarding and one you will always cherish and remember. With so many people coming back time and time again, bringing friends and family, this really does speak for itself. This site was previously a pine forest and was harvested back in 2018. We are clearing some ground for grazing cattle while letting some regrowth come through for the wildlife. We have plenty of kangaroos, possums, wombats just to name a few and an abundance of birdlife. There is an undercover BBQ area with a built-in fireplace and gas BBQ. There is also a proper flushing toilet. At night, sit and listen to the sounds of silence as you glance up to the stars. This spot feels a world away but still has the convenience of being only 10 minutes off the Hume Hwy and only 20 minutes from Goulburn where you can get all your daily needs. There is plenty of firewood laying around the property for the campfire so bring your saw, cut some wood, and just enjoy. No firewood is to be taken off the property. Please always consider the next camper and leave some available and ready. Pet friendly! (Please always keep pets with you and away from the cattle/wildlife) 4x4 is definitely recommended especially if you are towing a larger van.
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AU$55
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* Before taxes and fees
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Gum Gully

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Crooked Corner, NSW
We are located just 10 minutes from Binda and 20 minutes from Crookwell. The region is popular for Gold Fossicking and the nearby town of Tuena provides the perfect backdrop to try your luck and see what you can find. Visit the old and unique Book Keepers Cottage which was built in 1861 and was used as a place to tally up gold before it was transported to its destination by horse drawn coach and armed escorts. Gum Gully offers a cleared slightly sloping field, surrounded by a Eucalyptus forest with plenty of beautiful flora and fauna, a creek and stunning mountain and sky views. Campfires are welcome in the area provided and your pets can come too, just make sure they are kept on a leash. Campers must be self sufficient with their own camping toilet and take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. No hunting.
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AU$20
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Cowra rural property

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Cowra, NSW
Quiet and Large area to sit a campervan. About 3,000 square meters. Can camp at back of property at a fair distance from house. Close to Cowra town with views such as Japanese gardens, canola fields, and local town and villages. Can bike along scenic roads, fish at local river, boat on Wyangla Damn.
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AU$35
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Peelwood Native Bush Campsite

2 sites · RVs, Tents300 acres · Peelwood, NSW
Come and set up camp on this bush block, a cleared space at the end of the road. The site is approximately 100m x 200m with shading box trees and views of the Abercrombie hills.There is access to an excellent 4wd track, horse riding or mountain bike riding that is about 2hrs to complete via vehicle. The is an abundance of wildlife including plenty of birds, wallaby’s, wombats and more.There are no facilities here, campers need to be self contained and leave no trace. Pets welcome, on lead and under control at all times. 
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AU$50
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