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Round Range Eugowra

6 sites · RVs, Tents1500 acres · Eugowra, NSW
Our beautiful property is a working farm. Our farming activities include Merino sheep breeding and grazing, lambs, grain and hay. Our retreat offers a classical bush rock labyrinth, fire pits, lookouts, conservation areas, bird watching, wildflowers, stargazing and unique rock formations upon the lookouts. Visitors can meet Kev, a sixth generation Aussie farmer, and Therese a teacher and labyrinth facilitator. You can go on bush walks along the paths provided, but in high summer and warm weather please be mindful of snakes. They live here too. Check out the local village of murals #visiteugowra and enjoy good old fashioned country hospitality. The camping sight has great views, is quiet and peaceful, and is close to the creek and the hills where you can listen to magpies warbling or watch the sheep grazing as you drink your coffee in the morning. There are plenty of opportunities for hiking in the hills to various lookouts enclosed shoes are required and we offer a range of retreat experiences including a guided farm tour $50 pp (children free) and the guided labyrinth meditation walk $30 pp (children free). Please see our Extras. We are located only 14 km NW from our local village of murals, Eugowra, home of the The Eugowra Museum and Bushranger Centre, Nangar National Park and Escort Rock where bushrangers Ben Hall and Frank Gardiner robbed the stage coach - the largest gold robbery in Australian History. While you're here we recommend you to visit The Fat Parcel Food Van, The Ray's Bistro at the Eugowra Community Bowls and Recreation Club. Get your supplies from our supermarket and hardware. A courtesy bus runs every Saturday evening to the local Bowlie. We are in a great central location to many sights and attractions. Close to Canowindra, home of the Fish Fossil Museum, Hot Air Ballooning in the autumn and the Perenialle Nursery. Close to Gooloogong where you can visit Croote Cottage, the town of Cowra and the Japanese Gardens, Forbes and The Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre, the AMAZING sculpture trail and Grazing Down the Lachlan. Not far is Parkes with its famous Dish, The Elvis Festival, and Cudal the home of the platypus be sure to check out The Platypus Cafe. Toogong with its stirring and memorable Anzac Day dawn service. No pets please. This is a working farm and we ask you to observe our biosecurity rules when entering onto the property. Fires can be lit in designated fire pit area using only the wood and firelighters that are supplied.
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Wybalena Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent320 acres · Canowindra, NSW
320 acres of mixed farm and bush land for you to enjoy. Bushwalking and wild life watching plentiful. Bring your vans, tents or even just a swag and enjoy our beautiful starry nights. 20 minutes to historical Canowindra, 1 hour to Orange, Forbes, Parkes and Cowra. Children more than welcome! Fires and pets on request.
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Rosnay

2 sites · Lodging35 acres · Canowindra, NSW
Rosnay is across the road from the original Bangaroo Station homestead, and was once part of the 36,000 acre station that was subdivided in 1905. The Statham family moved to Rosnay in 1996 and began renovating the run down farm using organic and biodynamic methods. They planted the first vines in 1997, and olives in 1999, as well as thousands of native trees, all planted and grown without any chemicals. The new glamping area is on the banks of a old farm dam in the middle of the olive grove. There are sheep and alpacas, and plenty of birds and kangaroos living there too. For those who prefer not to sleep out in the elements, we offer a lovely farmstay guest house. Rosnay is proud to be part of Rivers Road Organic Farms, an organic farming community title project.
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Getting Away Camp

11 sites · RVs, Tents250 acres · Bocobra, NSW
Approximately 45 minutes from Orange, 4 hours from Sydney. The region between Molong and Parkes offers scenic views, bush walking, bush camping, picnic areas, mountain biking trails, and 4WD touring. To the northwest lies Goobang National Park that includes Caloma lookout, one of the high points in the Wanda Wandong sector of Goobang National Park. The area is a bird watchers' paradise - you can often spot birds of prey, such as wedge-tailed eagles, brown goshawks and brown falcons, soaring across the sky. Black cypress pines, grevilleas, lomandras and heath feature commonly on the landscape. There are many tall grass trees in this area too, some of which are believed to be hundreds of years old. This is a large property that is taking a break from sheep farming. Covered in gum trees and pines and lots of open space. The property has a creek with all year round water holes and dams. You can do almost anything you want. Hiking, fishing, swimming, camping and living the dream. There's emus (bush chooks), kangaroos (hopping dogs), platypus and no drop bears, meaning you can sit back, relax and go back to the way it was. Self sufficient campers only, leave no trace. You must bring your own camping toilet and shower. If booking under the Group listing, you will need to arrange you own portaloos, which I am happy to manage delivery/pick up of with the local hire company. It's 15 minutes to the pub in town if you're up for a coldie or a meal. ​Our farm is a work in progress.
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Picturesque Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Moorbel, NSW
Enjoy a picturesque scene on a quiet country road only 4 km from Canowindra. It's a 5 minute drive to amenities including the local pool, shops, cafes and pubs. We are less than an hour's drive​ to national parks, canoeing or kayaking on the Lachlan River, Wyangala dam for fishing, boating or skiing, hiking (Koorawatha Falls), 4W Driving (Mount Canobolas), and all of the Orange and Cowra wine region for tastings at the cellar doors. Food, drink, the great outdoors and even live music entertainment, truly Canowindra has it all. Our property proudly boasts the original miner's cottage circa 1860, which is one of the oldest original buildings in the area. No amenities at the campsites currently. Campers must be 100% self contained and bring their own camping toilet and shower. Pets welcome but must be kept under control, leashed, and tethered at all times. Horses considered. Must bring own portable yard, feed, and water. Please message us for a chat. Please clean up after your dogs.
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Bissys Permaculture Eco Retreat

9 sites · Tents97 acres · Cargo, NSW
We are located in the cool climate area of Central West NSW not far from Orange on a 97 acre property at Cargo. Our property is majestic with its views and surreal with the isolation and peacefulness of the land. Not to mention the night skies and closeness to the wildlife that visits. This place is for people who understand and appreciate permaculture design and principles. There's the opportunity to see the food forests and market gardens amongst other things in their developmental stages. Tours can be organised.The farm is set in a valley with rolling hillsides and a forest at the top of our land. It's nothing to stand onsite and hear the many noises of animals both calling out and scurrying across the terrain. There are plenty of places to visit both onsite and in surrounding areas. BYO amenities. We are dog friendly but they need to be well socialised as there are other animals on site. We run Bissy's Permaculture Cafe in town and any guest who books and stays at our place is entitled to one free coffee per person - see us on arrival. :)
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