Private camping near Diamond Beach

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Cailleach Farm on the River

4 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Johns River, NSW
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Warranulla Farm

8 sites · Tents150 acres · Wang Wauk, NSW
Warranulla Farm is located in the beautiful Wallambah River valley in the Forster hinterland on the Barrington Coast. We run a mixed farm with beef cattle, dorper sheep, chickens and maremma dogs. We enjoy a coastal climate being 20km off the ocean and have ready access to mountains, forests and beaches. Private campsites are available at our farm adjoining Wallamba National Park. A great place to get back to nature, just 10kms off the highway and 30 minutes to Diamond Beach. Enjoy the 150 acre property with lots of natural bush, paddocks and seasonal creeks, with direct access to the National Park. Enjoy the wildlife in their natural state. Secluded but close to: Coolongolook River - Great Fishing - 15 minutes away Forster - Beautiful Beaches and Entertainment - 35 minutes way Township of Nabiac - Get your supplies, enjoy the cafes and Nabiac Hotel - 10 minutes away. You can choose from three camp sites: Please Note - Access to the sites is dependent on the weather. If it has been raining a lot some sites will not be accessible. We will contact you if your chosen site is not available and change to another camp site. They are all beautiful and all have their own private bush dunny and shower. BLACK STUMP camp site - 2 wheel drive access located in the front paddock and surrounded by a seasonal stream. Smallest site ENCHANTED FOREST camp site- 4 wheel drive access near a seasonal stream amongst a beautiful hardwood eucalyptus forest. Dam also on site. This is our largest site MIDDLE KINGDOM camp site - 4 wheel drive set amongst the trees and surrounded by seasonal creek. Private bush dunny and a camp shower at each campsite. If you require firewood you can order as an extra.
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Camp Topi

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · Bungwahl, NSW
Quiet and peaceful property. 18 mins to Seal Rocks. On road from Sydney. Backing onto the Wallingat National Park. It's a great basecamp to explore this fantastic region, including Myall Lakes National Park, beauty white sandy beaches - some 4WD beaches - and popular Seal Rocks (18 minutes drive away). From your campsite, you'll enjoy 360-degree views of greenery and forested areas, and have access to the properties main dam and the billabong for walking and exploring. You will need to be self contained at the moment. Pick up supplies in Forster, Raymond Terrace etc. The site has good access, no problem for 2WDs to large caravans. Preferably you are self contained as we are on limited septic. The site is powered. Please note, if you wish to run air-con or heating, please discuss this with us first as there may be an additional charge for that. We only accept one booking at a time, so you are guaranteed the place to yourselves. And your well-behaved dogs are welcome too, so long as they don't chase the wildlife. Currently no water or toilet so you will need to be self contained.
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Bungwahl Tiny House

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Bungwahl, NSW
Find us in the bush on the lakes way only a 10 minute drive from the stunning Seal Rocks beach. The tiny home is fully equipped open kitchen, private bathroom with hot shower and queen size bed… Step outside onto the deck and enjoy the view of the permaculture garden! We promise you’ll love this stunning hideaway just as much as we do. This space sleeps up to 3 people, there is a queen bed and a single above it. It is fully furnished and consists of a self contained space with a kitchen and private bathroom. There is a deck area outside with table and chairs. There is an outdoor fireplace for the colder months. Bed linen and fresh towels provided.
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The Back Road Van

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Bulahdelah, NSW
The Back Road Van is a classic 1970’s Viscount caravan that sits on a 7 acre property in the beautiful Markwell Valley. It is nestled between the Bulahdelah State Forest and rolling green pastures. (Note - from Bulahdelah township we are 5kms of sealed road, then 2kms of unsealed gravel road, the road is suitable for all vehicles.) We are a 7 minute drive from Bulahdelah village, 3 hours from Sydney, 1 hour from Newcastle, and 40 minutes to beautiful beaches like Hawks Nest, Seal Rocks, Boomerang and Blueys, so it’s an ideal getaway for couples. The caravan sits privately in the front paddock of our property. It is separate from the main house and is covered by a large shelter that includes an open seating area, with a small gas BBQ provided. There is also an outdoor bar table that’s perfect to enjoy a coffee or cocktail. The van is a 22 foot 1978 Viscount Supreme decorated to reflect the retro 70s style. It features a ‘cosy’ double bed, with linen provided, a lounge area plus a small galley kitchen, that includes a toaster, kettle, bar fridge, microwave and a 2 burner electric stove top. There are also added extras provided such as a selection of teas, coffee with plunger, milk and local free range eggs. The van does not have a plumbed water supply, but plenty of fresh water is provided. Just behind the van you have your own separate bathroom, with shower, toilet and wash basin. Towels are supplied. Your pet is welcome if it is well behaved and on a leash. When booking - PLEASE ensure you tick the appropriate box regarding pets so we know if you are bringing one. You are welcome to enjoy the entire property which includes a veggie garden, dam and an arbour to sit and enjoy the view. There is also a plunge pool next to the main house that you are most welcome to use during the warmer months, and a fire pit is available during the cooler months.
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Off Grid Cob House

1 site · Lodging65 acres · Laurieton, NSW
Welcome to our cob home! For those who are new to the concept; cob houses are made of clay-like lumps of soil, sand, and straw. We are eco friendly and off grid making it the perfect getaway from the big city. Located on a private property surrounded by beautiful, natural state forest. Our cob house includes: 2 bedroom (1 queen + 2 singles) Outdoor shower (tank water) with gas hot water Fully equipped camping kitchen for cooking Outdoor fire pit Composting toilet system Kitchen: The kitchen has a gas cooker with pots and pans as well as cooking utensils, some cooking essentials (oil, salt & pepper etc) and a full size fridge. There is no oven or microwave, this is off grid living. Bathroom: Located outside which runs hot water. Our water is filtered from our dam and gas heated. Toilet: There is a composting toilet system. Super easy to use, firstly, there is no flush button; after using the toilet please sprinkle some wood shaving in the bowl, this covers your business, immediately neutralizes any smells and prompts the natural decomposition process. Phones/Wi-fi: You may or may not have reception depending on which provider you are with but again… this is off grid living, just enjoy the space! We thank you again for supporting our small business. Love & Respect Mel & Tom
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Eagles Rest

2 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Byabarra, NSW
If you value your privacy, then you are at the right place. We have just one exclusive campsite on our 40 acres. You are hidden away and guaranteed privacy from the host accommodations. Private access is by 4WD only. Farm route is accessible by 2WD in dry weather - check with hosts before or on confirmation of booking. Access during unpredictable weather will depend on your vehicle/camper/caravan configuration. Please check with host prior if you are unsure. We are more than willing to make it work for you. On arrival, guests are met by host and directed to the site. Camp site is a secluded, grassy spot beside the creek, among tall gum trees, where you can enjoy peace and serenity. Perfect for families or group of friends. The creek has lovely shallow areas suitable for kids to splash and play in. Occasionally you may see sea eagles soaring overhead, they nest in one of the trees along the creek beside your camp area. Camp area has a composting drop toilet housed in an outback style 'dunny' shed. Fresh rainwater is available. The site has a fire pit and some light fire wood laying around from fallen branches, plus mesh to place over the fire pit if you wish to use the fire for cooking. (There will always be smaller branches and kindling available for fires however, larger and longer burning wood is not guaranteed all season.) Well behaved pets are welcome. You may be visited by some cattle during your stay...they will keep out of your way. There are some large and unique trees to admire and keep your eye out for wildflowers that grow along the creek. There is an active eagle's nest in one of the trees. Guests are welcome to explore down the creek where you'll find some great swimming holes. For a relaxing stroll, guests are welcome to walk the farm fence lines which are regularly maintained with a mower. There are so many beautiful local attractions to visit. Our local village is less than 2kms from the property where you will find Byabarra Cafe for excellent refreshments. Then a gorgeous drive up onto the plateau and you will find Comboyne village with a historic 1905 goal, Larrikins Lockup. And if you are feeling more adventurous, Rawson Falls and Ellenborough Falls make lovely day trips. And Comboyne Rock provides some stunning views. Upon arrival your host will provide you with an information pack on local attractions and general Hip Camp house rules and guidelines for your safety and enjoyment.
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Knownrock Farm, Caffrey's Flat

1 site · Tent67 acres · Caffreys Flat, NSW
Private property located on the Nowendoc River, Caffrey's Flat. Camp overlooking the Nowendoc River, just you and your group only. 4hrs drive north of Sydney, enjoy this exclusive location with access to prime Bass fishing spots. Very peaceful with an abundance of wildlife. You'll may even spot Playtpus and Koalas if you're lucky! Good swimming, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking or just chilling by the river bank. Access by 4x4 car is best. Not accessible in the wet, so please keep a close eye on the weather forecast. Not suited for camper trailers. We do not have toilet or shower facilities, so campers MUST be self-contained and take all waste with them. Campfires permitted when fire restrictions/bans aren't in place. Pets welcome! Happy days! Search BOM Taree for relative weather forecasts.
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Oakvale Cattle Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents321 acres · Wauchope, NSW
Our 320-acre property is a pristine piece of paradise halfway between Sydney and Brisbane on the mid-north coast of NSW. Our site is unique, in that once you book you have the whole site to yourself. This is PRIVATE camping. You'll only have to share the river with whoever you bring with you and us! This is truly off-grid stuff - no power, no showers, little to no phone reception but one of the most peaceful places you can experience. There will sometimes be cattle in the paddock you are camped in - so to make this plain there could be cow poo around your area. If that is a worry to you, it's best you camp on a farm without livestock. If you do camp with us, and our cows are in the paddock, they are friendly and won't hurt you, though they can be quite inquisitive. We endeavor to keep our moo friends in other paddocks, but this is a working farm and we're coming into very dry times, we have to put our animals where they are able to be safe and have enough food to stay healthy. If you're here at the right time of year, you might catch a Bass or see a Platypus (but only if you're very, very quiet). There is a lot of bird life (Kingfishers, Wrens, Finches amongst others), reptiles (water dragons and lace monitors), and - of course - our farm animals. Getting away from it all starts right here at Oakvale Cattle Farm.
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If you're looking for a camping experience near Diamond Beach, New South Wales in Australia, Hipcamp has you covered. With over 850 private campsites to choose from, there's something for everyone. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, an adventurer, or just looking for a peaceful getaway, you'll find the perfect spot. Some top campsites with rave reviews include Platypus Pools (141 reviews), Peace and Paradise (121 reviews), and Kooinda Farm (138 reviews). Prices start as low as $6 per night, with an average price of $25. Amenities like showers, rubbish facilities, and potable water are popular among campers. And if you're up for some outdoor fun, you can enjoy climbing, exploring historic sites, or experiencing the beauty of the autumn season. So pack your gear and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience!

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