River, stream, or creek caravan camping near Junee

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Bahwidgee on Tumut River

139 sites · RVs, Tents150 acres · Bombowlee, NSW
Located on the stunning Tumut River, where cool groves of black wattle line the riverbank, offering shade, privacy, and comfort. Here you have clear Snowy River water at your doorstep. It's so fresh we drink it! Each camping site is by the river, prime position for fishing, canoeing, and swimming. Based on availability, you are welcome to choose your spot on arrival. All options are grassed and level. You will have access to a pit toilet, otherwise, please BYO facilities. Small campfires are welcome in the fire pits provided, or BYO firepit (permitting there are no restrictions in place at the time). Firewood can be purchased at the time of booking. We're pet-friendly, so you're welcome to bring your four-legged friends along! Please note, however, that we are a working farm and as such farm activities are going on, and we have resident animals, so please keep your pets under control at all times. Also, please ensure kids are supervised at all times, particularly around the river. Lifejackets are recommended. During your time here, visit the local farm gates in Tumut, Batlow, Tumbarumba, and Adelong for their delicious high-country produce. There are also some beautiful swimming spots and walks to discover in the region, as well as good facilities in town, including the local swimming pool and shopping centre. Enjoy a local brew and bite to eat at the Tumut brewery. Bahwidgee is just 3km from the Tumut town centre - so close you could ride in, or even walk.
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Karoola Station

10 sites · RVs, Tents5000 acres · Mundarlo, NSW
Karoola Station is a working family farm, lucky enough to have frontage and easy access to the Murrumbidgee River near Gundagai in NSW, halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. We are located a short 13km drive off the Hume Highway and only 45 minutes from Wagga Wagga the largest inland city in NSW. Not only is Gundagai the gateway to the Riverina but the Snowy Mountains Alpine area is within a day trip from here too, making it a great central location.We are sheep graziers, and in season, visitors can observe the newborn lambs or freshly shorn sheep.There are no amenities available, self contained camping only. Campfires permitted in designated areas when restrictions aren't in place. Good access for caravansKaroola gives you the opportunity to fish, swim, boat or kayak on the river. You can walk along the riverbank or up onto the rocky outcrop for a great view of the Murrumbidgee floodplain and surrounding farming country or perhaps you would just like to relax with a good book and drink under the huge gumtrees on the riverbank in peace and quiet. Dogs permitted (see rules).
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Wagga Bundaleer

5 sites · RVs, Tents45 acres · Bomen, NSW
Look out to the scenic landscape of Wagga from crops to the city itself with a birds eye view.Our 45 acre property is the ideal location for your next stay! Just 7kms to the City of Wagga as well as the Murrumbidgee River.All sites are for self-contained campers only. We do not offer toilet facilities, so you must bring your own toilet, and leave no trace.  Please Note there is a Slope, it is on a hill. Some flat spots available.Drinking water is available.Campfires are permitted when fire restrictions aren't in place.Kids are welcome and if under 12 there is no charge for their stay.We are a working farm and have sheep, chickens, a horse, dog and a cat. Pets welcome just needs to be away from other animals and restrained at night.
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Retreat Shearers' Quarters

1 site · RV, Tent1700 acres · Junee, NSW
PLEASE NOTE: Retreat is a working farm. For biosecurity reasons, we cannot host visitors who have returned from overseas within the last 10 days. Retreat is a historic sheep station and regenerative farm on Pinchgut Creek, in Wiradjuri Country, on the southwest slopes of NSW. Strategic grazing methods are fostering biodiversity (above and below ground). Creekside revegetation has brought the waterway back to life. Birdlife abounds. Take a walk along the creek, through the regenerating woodland. Pitch your tent under shady white cedar trees, beside the Retreat Shearer's Quarters. After sunset, listen for the mopoke owls, which sometimes call from the branches of ancient yellow box trees. Nights are dark here. Marvel at a sky full of stars. Occasionally, a rare Australasian bittern, nesting in the reed beds on Pinchgut Creek, will add its booming call to the night time frog chorus. Butcher birds often sing at sunrise. The towns of Cootamundra, Temora and Junee are less than half an hour away. Guests have access to two hot showers, a laundry, toilet, and drinking water (rainwater). There is access to electricity, but no rubbish facilities. We ask that you remove all of your own rubbish, as we don't have a council rubbish pickup service. Stay cozy in the evenings around the campfire. Campfires can be made in the cooler months, by permission, and only in the designated fire circle. Tents may only be set up under the old, shady white cedar trees on the western side of the long, corrugated iron dormitory building, with a view towards the creek. The campsite is 2WD accessible and there's plenty of room for motorhomes, campervans and camper trailers. The campsite is grassy and level, but the area can get boggy in wet weather. Please check in with us about the current conditions. ​​​ No pets please.
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Brooklyn Springs Farm Escape

14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents932 acres · Brungle Creek, NSW
932 acres of stunning views in a beautiful valley nestled in the hills between Tumut and Gundagai. It's a working property running sheep, cattle, and the odd alpaca and goats. We are located at Brungle Creek, between Tumut and Gundagai. We have many private, secluded, beautiful spots for you to choose from. The views are spectacular and the atmosphere is the ultimate for relaxing. It's best for self sufficient campers as there are no toilets or amenities. In advance, you can arrange a farm tour through host. There are no toilets for campers so you will need to be self-contained with your own camping toilet and shower. Drinking and cooking water available. Our cabin is fully contained with all that you need for a comfortable stay. Dogs permitted but must be well controlled and NOT chase livestock. Campfires permitted in designated areas when restrictions aren't in place. Firewood available, discuss with host where to get it from. Lovely spot to relax and unwind and really connect. The night sky is incredible, lay back and gaze for hours. You will only have neighbours if you bring them with you, all camps are private! Bliss!
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Mirrool Creek, Lake Abortree

12 sites · RVs, Tents260 acres · Ariah Park, NSW
Set up camp next to undulating Mirrool Creek frontage and enjoy recreational activities including swimming, fishing and paddling. Don't forget to bring your canoe or kayak. The camp area is scattered with redgums and you have great views of the wonderful scenery. Depending on where you camp as far as access to the toilets goes, you could be anywhere from 20 metres to 500 metres from the facilities. Water is also in close proximity as well depending on where u setup. You are welcome to enjoy a campfire, within local regulations. There is plenty of wildlife around, including kangaroos. and birdlife. Close to Lake Abortree, a 70 acre inland lake. Only 6kms from village of Ariah Park- whichlikes to describe itself as a town of 'bowsers, wowsers and peppercorn trees'. There is something delightfully timeless about the town: the wide main street with the tree-lined median strip; the old shops with their verandas; the quietness and peacefulness. The town is listed by the National Trust as a Conservation Area.
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Tumut Valley Holiday Park

10 sites · RVs, Tents9 acres · Tumut, NSW
Built in 1962 and locally owned since, The park has be purchased by 2 families from Wollongong and is under the management of Darrel (Operations Manager) & Brett (Guest Services). Tumut Valley Holiday Park is a quiet, leafy, relaxed family park overlooking lush farmland and the Tumut River. Tumut is situated at the northern end of the Snowy Mountains, and is particularly attractive during the autumn when the thousands of poplars and deciduous trees erupt into rich colours. The park is pet friendly and all our sites have power access and include use of our amenities. As this is a family friendly park we ask all campers to be respectful of their neighbours and noise to be kept to a minimum after 10pm. First Aid Officers and AED onsite 24/7
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Nacki Nacki

1 site · RV, Tent290 acres · Mount Adrah, NSW
Nacki Nacki is a farm you can retreat to. Escape to the back paddocks, watch the stars and camp away from the world. There is have a creek running through the farm that guests are also welcome to enjoy. The property offers beautiful rolling hills, many hideway spots. It's located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, this is a perfect spot to stay the night and camp. There are a number of camping sites set up on our farm with easy access.
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Lake Leighten's

1 site · RV, Tent2000 acres · Gundagai, NSW
Sheep and cattle, cropping, irrigation and pasture enterprises, pursuing animal welfare and environmental biodiversity. "Quamby" is a family owned and run properly on the banks of the Murrumbidgee. From frost to summer gold and every green, grey and move in-between, the picturesque views are inspiring. Lake Leighten's was a quarry before being revegetated.
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Adelong Creek Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Tumblong, NSW
Our property is divided by Avalon Creek Road, to the left side we have a site with more bush and native trees. On the right hand side there is less vegetation, this side of the property also leads to a creek. Land is recently reforested with native trees. Turn LEFT off Hume Highway into Adelong Creek Rd if you are driving from the South OR turn Right across freeway if you are driving from Gundagai Iconic Gundagai village is only 8 km away. Water sports, hiking, horse riding and skiing are all available in the nearby area. Also only 45 minutes from Wagga Wagga. Pets are welcome but must be contained to protect nature and wildlife. Campfires are permitted but you must have your own fire pit.
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Adelong Falls Bush Camp

3 sites · RVs10 acres · Adelong, NSW
Adelong Falls Bush Camp offers a beautiful open, flat camping area on 2 acres of land. There is 13 old friendly Cows who also share the property and you may see them wandering around. Enjoy the brand new walking track at the front of the property which takes you up to the beautiful Adelong Falls. The walking trail will have you crossing the Adelong Creek and is a beautiful and scenic experience. We are close to Tumut and within reach of the Snowy Mountains, there is plenty of 4WD opportunities and beautiful views surrounding us. We are also walking distance to the pub! Campfires are welcome in the fire pit we have created, we will supply a small amount of firewood to get you started but you may like to bring along some more. Pets are welcome on leash, we have a dog as well and your pet must be good to the cows. We often have friendly kangaroos that visit too.
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Bumgum Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Cootamundra, NSW
Park your RV or pitch your tent in a secluded rural spot with expansive views over the Cunningham Creek Weir and associated wetlands. Wildlife, particularly birdlife abounds with 83 species of birds identified in and around the wetlands. Walking along the wetland area is possible as are walks further afield to explore the cultural and gold mining heritage features set in a beautiful rural landscape. Guests are required to be fully self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all human waste with them on departure.
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If you're looking for a caravan camping experience near Junee, New South Wales, Hipcamp has over 1,000 available options to choose from with a river nearby. Top campsites with hundreds of reviews include Bahwidgee ~ Tumut River (390 reviews), Karoola Station (324 reviews), and Goolabri (228 reviews). You can expect an average price of $25 per night, with options as low as $5. Popular amenities include potable water, pet-friendliness, and trash disposal. If you're looking for activities, wildlife watching, whitewater paddling, and fishing are among the most popular in the area.

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