Forest camping near Gulgong

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Old Bara aka "Baradise"

51 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1100 acres · Mudgee, NSW
Old Bara is a stunning cattle property, often described as truly magical. Camp next to the creek and dogs are welcome! Old Bara offers so much more than just a place to park. Suitable for all size vehicles/vans/tents. Many sites available, avoid the crowds, we do not over crowd our campers. Only 25 mins easy drive to all the wonderful Mudgee wineries, cafes and restaurants. It's the perfect place to unwind and recharge the batteries. Give the kids a screen free holiday! Dogs are welcome as long as they on leads at all times except in the off leash paddock.
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Cadagi Farm Stay in Central West NSW

14 sites · RVs, Tents85 acres · Dubbo, NSW
A tranquil 85 acre property with multiple options for your stay, along the banks of the Talbragar River or by wooded areas bordering the beautiful Scrubby Creek. The sites are self-service with no amenities currently available, so best suited to those happy to be self-sufficient and with a 'leave no trace' approach. All sites offer bushwalking options (maps can be provided via email), an abundance of native flora and fauna including wild birds, the occasional echidna and wombats. You'll also find sheep and cattle meandering around the paddocks, along with our horses and free ranging peacock. We also have a super friendly kelpie and dachshund pup making the farm feel complete. Dogs are welcome &; we have stables or individual paddocks available if you'd like to bring your equine friends (no riding on the property due to insurance). Only 15 minutes to the centre of town & is a great base for your visit to Dubbo. Located on the Sydney side of Dubbo, it's an easy place to pull up on your travels and we look forward to your visit. Follow us on Facebook @cadagifarmdubbo Website www.cadagifarm.com.au
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Dunedoo Campsite + Self Contained Cabin

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Dunedoo, NSW
Stay in our small town of Dunedoo and experience famous country hospitality. We have a large block offering simple backyard camping, conveniently close to town. Dunedoo is on the newly formed Central West Cycle trail. Why not stop in here for a night on your way through? If you don't have room on your bike for a tent, hire one of ours and we'll set it up for you! We're also on the Silo Art Trail - so a great place for photographers and art enthusiasts! We have a flat, grassy lawn to pitch your tent or small caravan/camper. There is access to power if needed. We also have a fire pit you are welcome to use when not in fire restriction periods. Firewood can be made available by pre-arrangement. We also offer a self-contained cabin known as "The Caddy Shack." We only ever take guests for either the Caddy Shack or the camping, never both unless you are all part of the same group. There's an outside toilet and shower beside the cabin. We are within walking distance to the town centre, and also close to the golf course, tennis court and sporting amenities. No dogs, please.
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Camp Crudine

2 sites · Tents80 acres · Crudine, NSW
New name, same great location. Camp Crudine is the ideal getaway for groups and families to enjoy what nature has to offer. Located approximately 40 mins from Bathurst the camp is the ideal location to enjoy the tranquility of the bush. 4WD access ONLY Suitable for off-road camper trailers, tents and swags. Natural bushland consisting of 80 acres with the Crudine River along the boundary. We are part of the Sofala gold rush history (from the 1850s), sit back and imagine gold miners and their families camped along the banks. There are two campsites, Camp Crudine Kitchen and Camp Crudine Riverside. When you make your booking whether for 2 people or a group of family and friends the chosen campsite is all yours for the length of your stay. If you need supplies Sofala is just 8 km away, drop in and explore the town. Hill End is 28 km which is another Historic town to explore. Camp Crudine is great for kids and adults alike to have a go at panning for gold or try out the metal detector. All findings must be returned to the host, lol. Campfires must comply with the local fire restrictions and guideline and must be contained in the fire pits provided. Bonfires are not permitted at any time. We recommend campers bring their own firewood as campers are requested to source only small amounts of firewood along the riverbank. Under no circumstances are trees to be cut down. Firewood is available at the Sofala General Store. Campers are required to bring everything they need and take all rubbish when leaving. Dogs are welcome but they must be supervised and under control at all times. The owner has livestock on the property which must be respected at all times.
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The Gateway-Hargraves Bushland

1 site · RV, Tent25 acres · Hargraves, NSW
3 x 25 acre blocks were originally subdivided prior to the 1980's by the previous owners of Biara for each his 3 sons. He gifted each of his sons one of these 25 acre parcels of land. It seems the 3 sons were not keen to stay around and eventually all three blocks were sold off. The Gateway is the end of these original 3 blocks.
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Stringybark

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Tambaroora, NSW
Privately located in the mountains this off the grid , this property is suitable for eco-loving families and couples. There is mobile network to access internet from the mobile phone. 12 Volt power supply for a fridge,lights ,hot water , toilet and USB port to charge mobile phones and i pads . Located within only few minutes drive from Hill End historic village, Hill End Pub and cafes
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Hillside Camp on Bow River

8 sites · RVs, Tents2000 acres · Merriwa, NSW
Hillside is a remote 2000 acre working cattle property situated 23km west of MERRIWA, 14 km off the Golden Highway, adjoining the Goulburn River National Park. Explore the Native Bushland, Flight Springs Creek, Gullies, Caves and Bow River. All sites are in secluded area's far away from each other but at busy times people may pass by some sites too access the River. There are plenty of walking trails. All sites are pet friendly, but pets must be kept on leash and cleaned up after. Campfires are allowed when there are no restrictions and campers can collect their own small firewood for campfires. There is an abundance of wildlife; Kangaroos, Wallabies, Wombats, Foxes, Emu's, water Dragons, Turtles, Fish, Goanna's, Lizards, Snakes, Echidna's, Eagles and plenty of Birds to see. For the enthusiastic bushwalker, the Bow River winds its way 7km down to the Goulburn River through the National Park, with its gentle flowing stream and rock pools nestled between sandstone cliffs with caves and open areas. 4WD and High vehicles are recommended as tracks have rocky outcrops and some areas of loose sand. The Bow River area is strictly 4WD access as it is steep with loose gravel. There are plenty of trails for Horse Riding (you will need to provide your own temporary fencing). Guests are required to be fully self-contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. At certain times some sites may be unavailable due to Cattle grazing in the same paddock. Cows are very curious and can be destructive to your vehicle and belongings. "Eagle Ridge Campsite" is the only site that has some phone service. Note: In wet weather some sites will be unavailable and in extremely wet weather the property is inaccessible. Please check before booking.
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Nuggetty Creek, Crudine

1 site · Tent25 acres · Bathurst, NSW
25 acres of natural bushland, with several kms of Crudine River frontage awaits. Truly wild camping in natural bushland alongside historical remnants of yesteryear's gold rush. Choose your own campsite by the water or on the grassy flats above. Groups are limited to ensure your peaceful enjoyment of the isolated spot. 4WD access ONLY. Entrance is via a steep decent that must be in L4WD. Suitable for rooftop campers, tents and swags. Our ‘leave no trace policy’ requires campers to bring everything they need and take all rubbish when leaving. Campfires must comply with local fire restrictions and be contained within fire pits. BYO firewood or chainsaw to use river driftwood for your campfire. No trees are to be cut down. Some supplies are available at Sofala 8kms away including at the Royal Sofala Hotel or the Sofala General Store. The nearest fuel is at Wattle Flat General Store, 15kms. 50km to Bathurst via Sofala Rd, 100kms to Lithgow or 95kms to Mudgee via Sofala-Ilford Rd & Castlereagh Hwy. Dogs are welcome, but must be supervised and under control at all times, livestock may be nearby.
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Waykara Hilltop retreat

16 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Tambaroora, NSW
100 acres amazing bush land, plenty of native wildlife (including koalas), privacy, lovely quiet area to camp near the “shanty” which has shelter and basic area for preparation and eating. The bush is quite thick so children are welcome but need good supervison at all times and are your responsibility.Dogs & pets not permitted (we have our own dogs). You'll need your own amenities (no toilet or shower provided). Campfires permitted in a designated area in winter only and wood supplied. Drinking water at the house if you need it (bit of a walk).Good access for caravans and tents. If you are coming to Hill End which is a short 8 km away it's a great place to base yourself. 69 km to the amazing wineries of Mudgee or head to Bathurst and checkout the amazing mount panorama. Or if you like a 20 km 4x4 drive down to the Macquarie river for a fish or just to enjoy the views. This property offers quiet, private camping for the adventurous who wants the peace and tranquility
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Milo Downs

54 sites · Tents500 acres · Rylstone, NSW
The Milo Downs farm is a holistically managed farm nestled in the plains of Rylstone and Kandos. It is on the ancestral grounds of the Dabee people of the Wiradjuri nation. The ethos of the farm aims to promote creative design and thought, environmental sustainability and a turn away from the chaotic society we have been surrounded by. The property itself covers an area of 500 acres, almost the distance between the two neighbouring townships. It has two houses, over 500 square metres of shed space, an underground cellar, a vineyard, 70 head of cattle, 45 sheep, 6 horses, 2 dogs and 1 cat.
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90REmmylou

1 site · RV, Tent150 acres · Dubbo, NSW
150 acres of largely forested area, dominated by large ironbark trees, perfect for ol' fashioned bush camping and bird watching, in peace, and tranquility. The property is just 20 kilometers from Dubbo on Mendooran Road. Camp up to 700 metres from the main residence with the opportunity to walk some tracks on the property, and possibly hear guest speakers such as the Outback Historian whilst cooking a camp oven or two (ask us about this!) All campers must be self-contained, as we don't offer facilities. Please bring everything you need with you. Pets are welcome also.
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