Ranch glamping near Kyogle

This Northern Rivers town is the gateway to six national parks and counting.

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Sugar Beach Ranch - Horse Holidays

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents60 acres · Keith Hall, NSW
Set on 60 acres of beautiful native bushland and Australian wildlife, we are located in South Ballina. The iconic townships of Ballina, Byron, Bangalow and scenic waterfalls are all within a 30 minute car trip. Our property is surrounded by the crystal clear ocean, a beautiful rural outlook and rainforest walks. Sugar Beach Ranch offers you a relaxing, private and picturesque beachfront experience. Simply put it's natures playground. Sugar Beach Ranch offers two self-contained bungalows and campsites for self-contained campers. All guests have access to the 15m magnesium pool and direct beach access from the property. Wake up to songs of native birds. Bring your horse (horse accommodation available for an additional fee - $50 per paddock per night) guitar, or your writing book and loll away the hours nurturing your soul in paradise. No pets please - we are a wildlife sanctuary with our own ranch animals - horses, chickens, dogs, pigeons, peacock and a cat.
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Creek Side Shepherds Hut Rail Trail

2 sites · Lodging300 acres · Upper Burringbar, NSW
Check out the rail trail! then ....... Rest and absorb the tranquil sound of the creeks running water from the comfort of the Shepherds Hut. Rest and revitalise in the outdoor bath tub, on the deck, on the day bed with its window overlooking the creek, or in front of the fire each evening. You can choose, closed and cosy or open and airy, either is easy in the Shepherds Hut. The Hut is fully contained with everything you need for a fabulous stay. Crockery, cutlery, toaster, electric jug, electric frypan, mini air fry oven. (no microwave) Enjoy warming your toes around the outdoor fire pit as you gaze at the stars above. A perfect base to explore the new Northern Rivers Rail Trail which is just a couple of kms up our quiet country road. Stroll around country roads next to creeks, or for the more active ask the host about full day hikes to little known but spectacular Mt Chowan and Unicorn falls. Or if you prefer the option to stay on the property, enjoy bushwalking, hiking and bird watching, or just relax and unwind. We are located a short 20 minute drive from the remote Wooyung beach, or 35 min from Byron. Just 7 kms from the village of Burringbar which has a grocery and liquor store, Thai food and woodfired pizza.
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AU$195
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Off Grid Illinbah Glamping

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Illinbah, QLD
Couples Retreat. We are situated along side the Coomera creek in a lovely secluded position. We have 5.5 acres of maintained horse property. The Glamping area is on roughly 2 acres which is a horse free area. You can reset your mind or just relax in the creek and enjoy nature. We provide a kitchenette area with cooking utensils, off grid loo . Creek dip too wash . Bring your own firewood, food, ice and drinks etc. Bedding and esky supplied by us. No Kids No Pets.
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Jerrapark Hideaway Trains

1 site · Lodging38 acres · Barkers Vale, NSW
Jerrapark is just far enough away from towns and cities to feel remote and wild. Some guests have remarked half joking that as they enter the property it feels a bit more like Jurassic Park. A section of the farm has been preserved as rainforest…where towering palms and ghost like eucalypts stand over boulder strewn creeks that sometimes flood with roaring force. Everywhere there are wallabies, goannas and the weather sentinels…the black cockatoos. Bird lovers will find it is an excellent place to go birdwatching. Take a stroll through the verdant pecan forest where our horses graze…sit by the bubbling creek…and if you are very quiet you just might glimpse a platypus foraging. When the weather turns hot and steamy take a splash in one of the dams or wander down and sit under the waterfall that cascades most months of the year. Here is a wonderful place to meditate…a primal grotto watched over by towering gums and palms. Luxuriate in our newly added spa, including a Hot tub and a Sauna, to detox and relax! Later reconnoitre up the hill and glimpse our small part of the ancient caldera with Mt Warning (Wollumbin) in the distance. While you are there pick some ripe mangoes and take them home for a sweet treat. Back at the carriages the herb garden will assault your senses with the aroma of wild basil, thyme, lavender, lemon balm and mint…weaving a spell to enthuse you to cook up something mouth-watering in the kitchen.
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AU$950
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The Art of Camp at Maranatha

1 site · Lodging38 acres · Mcleans Ridges, NSW
This secluded timber cabin with stunning regional views sits atop a ridge halfway between BallIna and Lismore. The cabin has a covered verandah and a comfortable double futon as well as art supplies for a little creative dabbling while you are here.
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Gold Coast Tree Houses

6 sites · Lodging54 acres · Austinville, QLD
Gold Coast Tree Houses in Austinville, halfway between the beautiful Beaches and thriving suburbs of the Gold Coast, and to Springbrook national park with its stunning and diverse rainforest walks, views and waterfalls. Twenty to thirty minutes from beautiful natural places in the Hinterland like Natural Bridge and the Springbrook waterfalls and lookouts. Thirty minutes from Coolangatta airport and the Gold Coast beaches. All buildings are ,Check in times are from 3pm and check out is by 10am. Gold Coast Tree Houses are completely surrounded by bush while having amazing views, both of the surrounding hills and the Gold Coast city and water itself. Gold Coast Tree Houses offer a different type of experience, one in which the guests become part of the landscape by staying in luxuriously unique and intimate Three levelled tree Houses. The Tree Houses are a true eco-friendly experience being 100% off grid, using Electricity from solar and battery while still giving you modern comforts and Gas for instant hot water and cooking. The water is clean, with no added chemicals, being non treated, locally caught pristine rainwater. Our grey water is treated onsite as best as possible to nourish the soil and not to pollute it. Access to a stunning communal pool, with a large jetted Spa joined together with a large entertaining deck all overlooking the Gold Coast city view and Hinterland. *Gold Coast Tree Houses provides a boutique and intimate experience with nature. An abundance of wild life with also an intimate array of domestic free ranging birds and farm animals to enjoy. Amazing three levelled tree Houses with galvanized spiral staircases going all the way up to the third level bathing area and viewing deck. Bottom level being disability friendly and sleeping options on the lower and middle level. Our Full Terms and Conditions of the stay can be found on our website. www.goldcoasttreehouses.com.au This will include further details of the entry requirements, holding deposit of $500 and the holding card and Id requirements.
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Kentucky Camp

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents400 acres · Upper Mongogarie, NSW
Kentucky is a 400 acre property that was once a dairy, and is now devoted to raising horses and beef cattle. there is around three km of creek frontage and the land ranges from lush creek flats to rugged sandstone ridges. there are several dams and a billabong which are frequented by birds, including Jabiru storks. Wedgetail Eagles hunt overhead. Pretty faced wallabies are endemic and Koalas may sometimes be seen. Our property backs on to the Hogarth Range, where there are numerous orchards. We hope to convert the old dairy bails to a camp kitchen soon, but currently it can be used as shelter if required. Visitors need to be self contained at this stage. Pets are welcome if kept under control.
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Looking to go glamping and explore a ranch in New South Wales? Hipcamp offers over 470 options near Kyogle, New South Wales that cater to your accommodation and activity/terrain preferences. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average of $25 per night. Check out top campsites like Crystal Creek Ranch (781 reviews), Relaxing Rural Retreat (195 reviews), and Jandarra, Tallebudgera Valley (151 reviews). Popular amenities include showers, pets, and toilets, while cycling, historic sites, and autumn fun are among the most popular activities.

Looking to go glamping and explore a ranch in New South Wales? Hipcamp offers over 470 options near Kyogle, New South Wales that cater to your accommodation and activity/terrain preferences. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average of $25 per night. Check out top campsites like Crystal Creek Ranch (781 reviews), Relaxing Rural Retreat (195 reviews), and Jandarra, Tallebudgera Valley (151 reviews). Popular amenities include showers, pets, and toilets, while cycling, historic sites, and autumn fun are among the most popular activities.

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