Cabins near Crescent Head with hiking

A coastal town renowned for its epic surfing—and lovely beachside camps, too.

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Footprints in Style

35 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents300 acres · Eungai Rail, NSW
Relax under the big shady fig tree, pitch your tent by the creek and swim in the massive spring-fed lake which covers five acres and never runs dry. This 300-acre bamboo property gives you total tranquillity in nature. There are boats and boards to use, and an island kingdom for kids to play. Kiss and release fishing (Perch) in the awesome lake, which is also great for swimming, and building bamboo rafts. Adventures awaits! Basic, off-grid camp kitchen, big weatherproof wedding venue space to hire, posh dunnies (composting toilets), and a hot water shower shack with a magic view of the lake! There is plenty of shade and we're dog-friendly. Well-behaved dogs are welcome off-lead. Endless space, and plenty of privacy, campers can choose a spot when they get here.A bundle of firewood is provided on arrival, and you're welcome to bring more with you if you need.  Price is per person per night, kids under 16 half price. Under 5 stay free so don't include them in booking numbers. Join us for cocktail hour at the brand-new Tiki bar! BYO drinks! We also have a brand-new sauna that campers are welcome to enjoy! All this, close to stunning beaches and cute cafes. Leave only footprints 👣 make awesome memories. NOTE: We currently only advertise availability three months in advance. If you are interested in dates outside this booking window, please still send us an enquiry and we may be able to assist you.
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AU$28
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Jali Farmstay

22 sites · Lodging, TentsJohns River, NSW
14 acres right on Stewart's River is this cosy and private one bedroom donga with a queen bed, kitchen and bathroom (sleeps two), you can add a tent if you have a few kids that want to join in and camp.Watch the river, cast a line, swim in the pool and relax! Animals are not allowed at The Castle
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AU$35
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Tallowood Farm

1 site · Lodging47 acres · Kalang, NSW
Tallowood Farm offers the Cow Shed which is situated 130 meters from the main house on the 47 acre Kalang valley farm near Bellingen. You’ll enjoy absolute privacy and serenity, and access to your own private swimming hole in the Kalang River. Swim in the sparkling, fresh water (also perfect for kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding and fishing). Go for walks in the pristine rainforest and hear nothing but silence and birdsong. Have a hit of tennis on our rustic clay bush tennis court. Paint a landscape scene of the view from the top paddock ‘en plein air’. Gaze out across the rolling green paddocks and our organic veggie garden or hang out with the cows - meet Bruce, Freckles and the rest of the gang!… and Eagle the horse. Feed the chickens and collect their fresh organic eggs.
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AU$195
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Ellenborough Getaways

2 sites · Lodging500 acres · Toms Creek, NSW
Set amongst the rolling green hills, we offer a cute cabin and a mountain top shack located on a working farm. Go for a mountain bike, a scenic walk or check out the Ellenborough River for a swim. We are located near Comboyne National Park if you're looking for adventures further afield.The cabin is kitted out with a basic kitchen, toilet/shower amenities and water. Enjoy the beautiful night sky as you chill out around the campfire. There are two double beds. Please bring your own bed linen and towels. There is no fridge - you will need to bring your own esky.The shack sits on an amazing mountain 600m above sea-level in the hinterland west of Port Macquarie, is accessible by 4WD only. You must have a proper 4WD and have knowledge of how to navigate steep, isolated tracks. It has basic amenities and is best suited for those with their own swag and camping supplies. Roll out the swag and keep warm from the elements. Drinking water available. You will need to bring all other supplies including your own toilet and shower. Dogs welcome.We are located near Comboyne National Park. This place is perfect for hiking enthusiasts and avid photographers - the views are absolutely stunning.The hinterland west of the Central Coast offer an abundance of beautiful scenery, rolling green hills and plenty of wildlife. Perfect for wildlife watchers and photographers.
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AU$200
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Nambucca Valley Train Carriages

2 sites · Lodging9 acres · Wirrimbi, NSW
Diane & Dave live on the 9 acre property at Wirrimbi, which is located 5 km from Macksville, 7 km from Nambucca and 7 km from Bowraville. Other than passing trains, the property is private and peaceful, you can see the wallabies grazing near the carriage most mornings.We have bitumen road access to our 300 metre maintained gravel driveway.There is plenty of room to park a trailer or boat.Diane owns and runs the quilt fabric shop, the Remnant Basket in Macksville.Diane is passionate about sewing and quilting.Dave is a semi retired builder who owns and runs the water ski school in Macksville. Dave is a member of Nambucca Rotary and enjoys riding Jacks Ridge MTB track, motor bike riding, kayaking and golf.
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Balgarr Cabin Retreat Elands

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Elands, NSW
In the hinterland of the Mid North Coast NSW on Biripi Country. Balgarr means mountain in local Gattang language. This delightful self contained cabin is a perfect getaway for you to work on your project – be it visual art; a book; a film script; photography or simply forest breathing to clear the mind. The cabin is off grid, includes a small kitchenette with 2 burner gas stove, fridge, has double bed and 2 single beds. We have a BBQ and fire pit. This is rustic living, no flash flush here but a practical long drop eco-friendly compost toilet and a fantastic gas hot water shower out in the elements! As we are 45 minutes from the closest town, so you will need to fuel up before you head up the mountain. Also bring drinking water and all the food you will require for your stay. You will need to bring your own bedding, pillows sheets etc. we are on tank water and at times it is low! Dogs are welcome but please bring their own bedding. The property is also home to local wildlife and filled with lots of old trees, plants and flowers to enjoy your morning cuppa on the balcony. Loads of walking tracks nearby; the Legendary Ellenborough Falls is 5 mins by car or half hour walk through the Elands Village Hour and half from Port Macquarie and Forster and one hour from Taree in the hinterland from Wingham or Comboyne (coming from Port Macquarie). There is an endless network of gravel roads and fire trails waiting to be explored by vehicle or mountain bike, taking you through the national parks, state forests and undulating farmlands of the Bulga Plateau. 600 metres above sea level on clear nights it feels like you are close enough to touch the Milky Way!
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Looking to explore Crescent Head, New South Wales while staying in a cosy cabin? Hipcamp offers over 600 options for camping near Crescent Head that cater to both cabin accommodations and hiking activities. For those who prefer a cabin-like experience, Hipcamp has got you covered. With options starting as low as $15 per night and an average price of $40 per night, there is a variety of affordable choices for your stay. Check out top-rated campsites such as Coffs Harbour Camping & 4WD (721 reviews), Spirit of the Forest (326 reviews), and Footprints in Style (276 reviews) to ensure a great stay. Enjoy popular amenities such as potable water, showers, and toilets, and explore activities like boating, swimming, and climbing.

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