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The Yurtfarm

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1000 acres · Mummel, NSW
Situated between Goulburn and the rural village Crookwell is the Yurtfarm. Mike Shepherd has been running Back to Basics living camps here for more then 30 years and we now want to invite campers to our picturesque Yurt village. We can show kids what farm life is all about and how to make fun in the bush or you can just come and enjoy the peace and quiet. Apart from abundant wildlife we farm sheep and Scottish Highland cattle. We also have lots of horses and dogs and you can collect fresh eggs from our chickens. Take a stroll through our gardens, a hike to the Peace yurt and boil the Billy or learn about growing vegetables. We have toilets and a kitchen yurt for your convenience. We look forward to meeting you!
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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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Dreamcatcher

4 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Crookwell, NSW
50 acres with segregated paddocks housing llamas, horses, friendly sheep and a variety of chooks. Hand feeding of the animals can also be arranged. We also have two child-friendly Maremma sheepdogs (a livestock guardian dog). We also have our own family dogs, a lhasa apsos cross miniature poodle +, and an Australian deerhound cross bull terrier who, are both very friendly and adore attention. There is a covered BBQ area and toilet/shower block. Outdoor massage and meditation using crystal bowls and gong are available (to be booked in advance). Mandala painting workshops on the property can be arranged. Other workshops can also be arranged. Tuena, a 1860s gold mining town, where gold still can be found in the Tuena Creek, is 26 kms (30 min) drive away. There is a typical old style country pub "The Laggan Pub" is located in the small settlement of Laggan, offering excellent meals (Friday and Saturday nights), bookings are essential. The pub is located 26 kms back toward the main township of Crookwell, which is only 35 kms away. Crookwell has many attractions, including an Alpaca Farm, and is host to many local events.
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Hamro Farm House

1 site · RV, Tent200 acres · Gurrundah, NSW
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and find sanctuary at Hamro Farm house, a serene retreat nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes and gently rolling hills of an untouched paradise. This haven is not just a place to stay; it’s a journey back to nature, where every moment is a treasure waiting to be discovered. At Hamro Farmhouse, we invite you to step into a world where tranquility meets natural beauty, creating the perfect backdrop for unforgettable memories with your loved ones. Whether seeking solitude, adventure, or a moment to reconnect with nature, our farmhouse offers an idyllic setting designed to rejuvenate your spirit and inspire your heart.
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Maddara.Organic.Farm.and.Art

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents120 acres · Yass River, NSW
Once a much larger property, we purchased our 120-acre (50-hectare) in 1984 as a means to live sustainably and raise a family. Living in our shed whilst we prepared the garden, put in watering infrastructure and built our house which we finally moved in when our daughter was 6 months old in 1990. Over the ensuing years we have continued to increase biodiversity on the property and set it up so we can live sustainably, harvesting our own water, electricity and food. If your lucky you could get a hamper of our product when there is sufficient in season. With the increased biodiversity you will find that in the mornings and evenings kangaroos and wallabies will visit with the occasional echidna, rabbit and hare; and to forget the large array of bird life - that may wake you early in the morning with the songs. This campsite is set on lovely grassy open areas interspersed with gum trees. The sunrise looks spectacular near the dam, when the trees give off a lovely glow. The main paddock has a Geodome, a shared space for relaxing in. With all that space you can park and set up camp anywhere in the paddock. There is access to drinking water, toilets, and a hot shower. Around the dome is a firepit, drinking water and a camp kitchen. The firepit features an Argentinian BBQ and a plate for cooking. The kitchen has plates, cups, cutlery, and other bits and pieces for you to use. If you want exclusive use of the paddocks - refer to Group Bush Retreat.
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Binacrombi

11 sites · Lodging, Tents530 acres · Jerrong, NSW
Binacrombi is a beautiful property featuring 530 acres of raw bushland. It is covered in trails and is the perfect location for adventuring, hiking, swimming, exploring, and biking. We currently have the following available for your enjoyment: 2 x 4 occupancy cabins 2 x 5 occupancy cabins 2 x 6 occupancy cabins 25 person dormitory 3 campsites Accessible to all of our guests is a communal recreation room featuring a shared kitchen and dining facilities, as well as an indoor lounge and game room. With our camping sites, cabins and large 25 person dormitory we are perfectly equipped to handle large group bookings so keep us in mind for your next group gathering. We are also a licensed off-road recreational vehicle area. Please note riders/drivers must sign a waiver from Binacrombi before hitting the trails, as motorbikes and 4WD's ARE NOT covered by Hipcamp insurance.
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Yonder Stars Campsite

2 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Goulburn, NSW
100 acres of country feel, hills and flat ground, open paddocks and bushland, fenced off areas for travellers with small dogs. Nice and quiet with animals roaming around and all the stars you can see. Portable hot water shower on-site, wooden style park bench table and chairs available, BBQ facilities.
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Country Journey, Boxgrove farm

42 sites · RVs, Tents600 acres · Yass, NSW
With over 600 acres of Australian bush, our property is ideal for campers that want their own space. We are completely off-grid (no wifi to distract you) and we run off tank water (for this reason showers are only available for two hours in the evening). There are multiple camp sites on the property - some are close to hot showers and toilets, others are within a short walking distance. Some sites are perfect for our self sufficient campers who might want a nice private location and don't need access to amenities. There are two shared camp kitchen areas (with pizza ovens and bbqs). We have two amenities blocks with toilets and hot showers and two further compost toilets located at other sites. Campfires are permitted in designated areas (check with us when booking) and firewood can be added to your booking - we do require at least 24 hours notice if you want wood. There are lots of old-style games for the kids such as cricket, tennis, playground, bikes available, a swim in the dam and general country running around fun! Unfortunately we no longer have our flying fox, but there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy. We have some great bush walking areas where you might be lucky enough to see our resident wombats or our breeding pair of Wedge-tailed Eagles. You might also be lucky enough to be there when our two kelpies, Finn and Tori, are moving sheep through the property (they like to put on a show!!). The property dates back to the early 1900s and there are numerous historic buildings on the property. The earliest is a wooden slab hut that was built around the beginning of the 19th century - the Goulburn Penny Post newspaper, dated 3 December 1904 lines the walls of the hut. It also has a two shearing stand wooden shed built by Marcus Dawe in 1922. We try to make sure all of our guests have a great experience - so if you have any special requests reach out to us and have a chat!
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Shepherds Rest

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · Mount Fairy, NSW
Beautiful open views across rolling hills and paddocks. Sit by the dam and enjoy the views. Meet the goats, llama and chickens. Walk the farm paddocks with the goats. Mountain bike on country roads. Various sites to choose from. Only 45 mins from Canberra.
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Selah Gardens

1 site · RV3 acres · Collector, NSW
Selah Gardens is a 3 acre garden , created over the past 47 years. The garden has been described as an eclectic garden. The garden predominately faces north , but has been created on a hill with gardens facing all directions of the compass . The camp site is on what we call our sports ground, encompassed by a stone wall and with a water view of our recently remodelled dam. This garden is the home of countless [only because we haven't counted them] birds. Bird watches will love this garden camp location. The garden was created for our daughters wedding, thus the gazebo, pizza oven and fire pit. Our location ,just off the Federal Highway makes this place unique .
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Sutton Farm Equestrian Centre

8 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Sutton Forest, NSW
Sutton Farm is located in Sutton Forest, nestled in the Southern Highlands, and just an hour and a half from Sydney. Sutton Farm is easily accessible for all guests as we're just five minutes from the Hume Highway. Our historic stable complex featured as a setting in the iconic Australian movie, “Phar Lap”, and includes stables boxes immediately adjacent to our indoor arena. Just minutes from the shopping delights of Bowral and Moss Vale, and an easy drive to other historic Highlands towns like Berrima, Bundanoon and Robertson, a stay at Sutton Farm puts you right in the middle of everything the area has to offer. This is the perfect weekend escape for busy city folk and a magical getaway for families. Our Equestrian Centre boasts state of the art equestrian facilities within a beautiful, historic setting. The lush, undulating green hills are shaded with leafy trees. We love our horses. We host horse lovers events twice a year, and offer boutique training, horse riding lessons, functions and five star events. We welcome all types of camping guests from tents through to campervans and caravans. The camping area is 2WD accessible. You are welcome to choose where you’d like to set up on arrival. PLEASE ARRIVE BEFORE 5PM. A gate code will be given on arrival if you need to exit after 5pm. We have a large open, grassy area close to the amenities or you can tuck your campsite away under the trees. PLEASE TAKE ALL YOUR RUBBISH WITH YOU. We have very comfortable toilet and hot shower facilities, with access to drinking water. For those wanting an indoor stay please check out our Loft above the Stables listing, a wonderful and quirky accommodation option that puts you right near all the horse action. No pets please. Take all your rubbish with you. ARRIVAL BEFORE 5PM We ask while staying with us you do not pat or feed the horses. Please ask one of our staff and they can direct you to something you can pat.
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Rhapsody

4 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Gingkin, NSW
Welcome to this remote piece of paradise! Rhapsody is located in Gingkin,, which is not far from Oberon NSW, about 3 hours west of Sydney. Campsites are hidden in a remote valley direct frontage to the pristine Hollanders River, adjoining the Kanangra-Boyd National Park. There are two private campsites on grassy river flats surrounded by eucalyptus forest. The sites are very secluded so you will see lots of wildlife and you're guaranteed not to see any other people! Only one group can stay at each campsite and campsites are on different parts of the river so privacy is guaranteed. In dry conditions 2WD is fine for Wallaby flat but in wet weather, 4WD is required. Platypus flat is 4wd only. You can always park at the top of the hill and walk down first if you're not sure. Dog friendly. Campfires permitted in a designated area when restrictions aren't in place. Gather your own wood from fallen timber on the way in or BYO wood. Not much firewood available on site. Both campsites can get quite cool as they are low in the valley. This is a wild and remote area. Guided remote bushwalks also available for those who are fit and adventurous. Both campsites have a pit toilets, cold shower, spring water on tap, picnic tables.. Water is sourced from a distant spring in the mountain and is gravity fed to the site by above ground pipe which heats the water during the day. There is a small area where you can get Telstra mobile reception at the cattle grid on the way into the property, but very limited mobile reception in this area. If you are on Optus or other networks you won't get any reception. There is no mobile reception at camp - perfect for disconnecting and reconnecting with nature!
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Looking to camp near Crookwell, New South Wales with a caravan and access to shower facilities? Hipcamp has over 2,300 options to choose from, ranging from as low as $10 per night to an average of $30 per night. Top campsites in the area include Megalong Valley Farm (435 reviews), Bahwidgee ~ Tumut River (390 reviews), and Farm Stay, Ben Bullen (384 reviews). Popular amenities at these sites include showers, campfires, and potable water. If you're looking for adventure, popular activities in the area include swimming, off-roading, and hiking.

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