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Coffs Harbour Camping & 4WD

122 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents230 acres · Bucca, NSW
Located on a 230 acre estate, we have something for everyone including a charming Rustic Cabin recycled from the original homestead from 1890! This is a great base camp to explore the beautiful Coffs Coast with many attractions, and a short 10 minute drive to the famous Moonee Beach, Emerald Beach and Moonee Market which has a large Coles and Aldi, as well as specialty shops, cafe, restaurants and the family friendly Moonee Beach Tavern. Suitable for caravans, motorhomes, or any RV, 2WD's, tents, camper trailers and 4WD's with excellent all weather access straight off the main sealed road👍🏼 Lovely shady sites as well as plenty of open sunny pasture for your solar with use of shared port-a-loo in main camping paddock. You may also camp in the dam paddock (when available) if you have a 4WD however, you will need to be completely self sufficient with your own porta potty. Firewood is available to be purchased from reception. *DUE TO FIRE ANT OUTBREAK IN QLD AND NSW, BRING YOUR OWN (BYO) FIREWOOD IS NOT PERMITTED* Hand feed the farm animals or enjoy hours of bush walking or perhaps have a picnic by the dam overlooking the horses grazing or discover our Secret Garden! Suitable for large groups such as 4WDs, family gatherings, horse riders, weddings and school groups. Plenty of space and privacy. PLEASE NOTE: - CHECK IN CLOSES AT 8PM - Potable water is limited due to weather conditions (drought), and the farm being on tank water. Please fill your vans or tanks BEFORE you arrive. - We are a campground, NOT a 4WD park. 4WDs or motorbikes are NOT to be ridden on the property. Motorbikes need to be registered to ride in the State Forest. - Due to repeated incidents involving our poultry, dogs are no longer allowed. - Our moderate cancellation policy requires a cancellation of 72 hours ahead of check in time for a refund. Date modification requests within 24 hours of check in time will not be accepted. - No refunds will be issued for early departures after arrival.
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Oasis of Hope

24 sites · RVs, Tents250 acres · Upper Orara, NSW
Nested in the Coffs Harbour hinterland is this stunning 250 acre property, offering both powered and unpowered site options and great facilties. Wayper Creek flows though the property, and there are manicured lawns, a large toilet and shower block with hot showers, a caravan dump point, a large BBQ shelter, firepit, and lots of lovely spots to enjoy the plethora of wildlife. We regularly have abseilers come down our creek, as a set of 7 waterfalls is only a 30-minute hike through the creek away. It is a stunning place for relaxation. Pets are welcome too.
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Dodona

6 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Nana Glen, NSW
Welcome to Dodona - ancient Greek meaning "God's Gift".Here you can camp by a permanent flowing creek in our beautiful green valley. Sites are accessible by all types of vehicles such as RVs, caravans, motorhomes, big rigs, camper trailers or basic tent camping.Campfires are permitted when restrictions aren't in place, firewood is provided free and bonus inclusion of a lovely swimming pool and BBQ area! Shower & toilet available.There is 350 km of dirt trails in the very large Orara State Forest behind our property which is great for mountain bike riding, or horse riding (no horse riding permitted on the property).Pet friendly. Stay with a local, friendly host.
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Bellinger River Camping

16 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Bellingen, NSW
Level, grassed sites, with plenty of open space along 1 km banks of the Bellinger River. Minutes walking distance to town, with a great milk bar serving fish n chips only 700m down the road or swim across the river and have breakfast or lunch at the Old Butter Factory Cafe. There is Free onsite kayaking on request, fishing and great entertainment in town. All Children are FREE and you can Swim and Fish straight from camp and keep an eye out for the platypus! A new fence is now being placed to keep cows away from camping grounds. There is a pit toilet and there are public toilets right next door, available 24/7. Pets welcome. Maximum 1 vehicle per booking, as there is plenty of room for group bookings on one site email me to arrange booking.
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Little Pine Creek Farm

40 sites · RVs, Tents90 acres · Bellingen, NSW
Bring your Boats, Bikes, and Boards and come and have fun in nature’s playground. Situated in Valery between Bellingen, Urunga, and Mylestom, you’ll be surrounded by stunning scenery. From quaint country towns to beautiful rivers and beaches, this location offers the best of both worlds. Spanning 90 acres of picturesque countryside this idyllic property offers a natural playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Here’s what you can expect at Little Pine Creek Farm: Camping and Nature Exploration: Vehicle/Tent Sites: There are 40 sites available for campers, whether you arrive by car or set up a tent. Outdoor Adventures: Discover the following attractions: Bellingen’s Promised Lands: Cool off in beautiful swimming holes along the Never Never Creek. Dorrigo’s National Park: Visit the visitor’s center and take a skywalk overlooking the ancient Gondwana rainforest. Explore walking trails leading to stunning waterfalls. Fishing Opportunities: From fly fishing for rainbows in Dorrigo to beach and saltwater estuary fishing in Urunga (species include bream, whiting, mulloway, tailor, flathead, and snapper), there’s something for every angler. No charge to bring your boat easy launch sites nrby Mylestom . Family Fun: Kids can swim in lagoons, jump from jetties, or enjoy a day at Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana fun park. Mountain Biking and Kayaking: Teens can explore Cows with Guns Mountain bike park in Pine Creek Forest or kayak down the Bellinger River. 4-Wheel Drive Vehicles required as the sites are all grass. Picturesque park-like grounds at the rear, with shade trees, a lily-laden dam, and splendid mountain views. Self-Sufficiency: Campers need to be self-sufficient, bringing their own water for drinking and washing. Please have your own camping toilet or porta potty on board. Fire Safety: Communal firepit by the dam, firewood available to purchase on site. (small private fires allowed in off-the-ground steel or iron containers) . not provided. bring your own. Toilet Facilities: One flush toilet WC available at the farmhouse. (recommend bringing your own porta potty). Whether you’re seeking relaxation or adventure, Little Pine Creek Farm offers a serene escape surrounded by natural beauty. 🌿🏞️🌅
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Ruddergrange

6 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Nana Glen, NSW
Welcome to Ruddergrange, a beautiful farm just outside the delightful country town of Coramba. We offer several camping sites on 10 sweeping acres with creek access and lovely country views. You are welcome to choose where to set up in this wide area. Coramba is just a 4km drive down the road, and here you'll find a general store, service station, and a classic country pub with the best chef and hospitality in Australia! There is also a river in Coramba with great swimming options and fishing for Bass. Nana Glen is just 8km away and Coffs Harbour is 20km away. This is an ideal spot for those passing through for a single night stopover, but equally as convenient and enjoyable for a place to bring the family and relax for several nights under the stars. Please note the train line is nearby. You will hear a couple of passenger and freight trains. There is plenty of space to experience peace and your own private nook. All campers must be self-contained, with their own camp toilet. We look forward to welcoming you!
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Bark Hut Mill

20 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Upper Corindi, NSW
Riverside campsites available on 1000 acre working cattle farm. Bark Hut Mill, so named because of the sawmill and township that existed during late 1800's and early 1900's. Goldmining was also undertaken. Located in Northern NSW, 6km from Woolgoolga. No matter the time of the year, there's little spots that'll take your breath away with it's beauty. 100% Guarantee your privacy; for just you alone, or your whole family... for small group or the whole pack of people. You'll never run out of space or activities: 🚴‍♀️ bike riding 🚶‍♂️ hiking 🎣 fishing 🕳 prospecting 😌 relaxing 🏄‍♂️ another jewel for this property is only 20 min drive to beautiful beaches where you can ride waves for days.
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Anchorage Park

7 sites · RVs100 acres · Urunga, NSW
Riverfront campground on the majestic Kalang River. Boating, fishing, crabbing, swimming literally on your doorstep. 20 minutes south of Coffs Harbour, 5 minutes from Urunga town centre. All sites are generally level and grassed. Communal fire pits and potable water on-site. All campers must be self contained ( rubbish, toilet, grey water). Use of boat ramp, jetty and kayaks available from farm house. Due to our coastal location camp may close in extended periods of wet weather. This is a dog friendly campground inviting self contained campers to enjoy our beautiful property. Raised individual fire pits are allowed ( no fires on the ground)
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The Blue Lagoon

1 site · RV, Tent100 acres · Upper Orara, NSW
Situated on over 100 acres in Upper Orara, just 20 minutes from Coffs Harbour, the private campsite at The Blue Lagoon is all yours to enjoy, with only one booking taken at a time. This special waterhole camping area is absolutely stunning, with crystal clear spring-fed water, where you’ll be able to enjoy spotting fish and turtles, along with stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, fishing, bird watching, bushwalking, and simply relaxing. IMPORTANT: The camp is for self-contained campers only. You MUST have your own toilet, water and take all waste with you when you go. This is non-negotiable. The nearest dump point is in Coffs Harbour. Campfires are permitted in the designated fire ring, when local restrictions are not in place. The property lies on river frontage and is subject to flooding in heavy rain. Please check in with us 3 days prior to arrival to confirm conditions. In the case of flooding, a full refund will be issued, or an alternate campsite on higher ground may be available. The photos display pristine blue waters, which is what is so magical about this place. However after heavy rain, the water colour can change in appearance. Please note - We are not a commercial campground.
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Bellinger River Tourist Park

54 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Repton, NSW
***Please note that not all sites are listed and availability isn't always up to date*** When requesting a booking, please let us know the vehicle you are travelling in - camper, caravan, tent, swags etc. Bellinger River Tourist Park has had many names in the past, including Wondecla Caravan Park, Repton Gardens and Repton Riverside Tourist Park but was originally a saw mill in the 1870's. Bellinger River Tourist Park took over in 2009. We have been slowly improving the land along the way and hope to make more improvements as we go. Adored by both young and old, you can find us halfway between Brisbane and Sydney, 3km off the Pacific Highway in the small town of Repton, just 10 minutes drive from the well known arts and craft town of Bellingen and just 15 minutes south of the conveniences and attractions of Coffs Harbour. Our park has a variety of accommodation options available to suit your needs and budget. Choose to stay at one of our powered or unpowered caravan and camping sites, with our waterfront sites large enough to accommodate all types of camper trailers, caravans and motor homes. As a Pet friendly park, you can bring along your additional family member on holidays with you, subject to the conditions of our Pet Policy. For the convenience of our guests, our Family Orientated Amenities block features 10 suites with hair dryers disabled shower, baby room, men’s room, guest laundry and a filtered water bottle station. We have a dump point located onsite with easy access. Bring your boat and your fishing rod along, and enjoy the magical sunrises and sunsets of the serene Bellinger River, right from your site. Pet Policy: Pets must be kept on a lead (retractable lead locked at no more than 1.5 metres) at all times and either retained by hand by an adult or tied up within your camp site. There is no “off leash area” in the park. Pets are not to be left unattended whilst you go out, they must go out with you. Pet owners are responsible for collection and disposal of their pet’s waste which must be sealed in a bag and disposed of in a rubbish bin. Bags are available for purchase in the office. Pet owners are personally responsible and liable for any and all injuries and/or property damage or losses in relation to any actions relating to their pet. For the enjoyments of all guests, please do not allow your pet to urinate etc on any guests site or property. For health and safety reasons, pets are not permitted in the Amenities Block, Laundry, Camp Kitchen, Community Garden, Pool (including pool area), BBQ area, or near, in or under Villas. If you wish to bath your pet, we have a bath located near the Back Boom Gate. Please feel free to use it. Please DO NOT wash pet bedding in the washing machines, dryers or laundry troughs. The Park Manager reserves the right to request that a pet and its owner leave the park if the pet is deemed noisy, disruptive, aggressive or inhibits the quiet enjoyment of other guests. Any and all monies will be forfeited if such a case arises.
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Bobo River Camp

6 sites · RVs, Tents210 acres · Ulong, NSW
Bobo River Camp is located on the banks of the Bobo River, surrounded by rainforest. The property is listed with NSW Government as private conservation area because of its flora and fauna. The camping site is private and just a short walk to the river with cascades and swimming hole. It's made up of four camping bays and parking area. Two bays suitable for car base camping with space for tent or swag, one bay suitable for small caravan or camper trailer. Great base camp to explore the Mountain area. On one of the sites there is a timber shelter where a fire can be made. Short walk to the weir and swimming area.
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Waterfalls & More

11 sites · RVs, Tents104 acres · Sherwood, NSW
HIDING IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYWHERE! Pure. Unadulterated. WILD. 104 very private acres, securely sandwiched between a National Park Nature Reserve and State Forest. On a dead end road. No agriculture or farms upstream, only one other like-minded property owner. Secluded, but hiding smack bang in the middle of everywhere! From vertiginous sandstone cliffs on which epipetrics cling tight, right through to palm-filled rainforests, and with two quite different creek systems (including a monster waterfall), you'll be spoiled for things to do and places to explore - without even leaving the property! HISTORY This land is Gumbaynggirr land. Please be particularly mindful of our First Nation's long presence on this land. In the 1800's, white men came seeking Red Cedar, closely followed by settlers having a go at dairying; though logging has remained this area's mainstay. This special property, despite last being selectively logged about 50 years ago, hosts many huge old-growth trees remaining steadfast for your discovery and wonder. And many more are continuing to grow out too. About 35 years ago about nine of this property's eastern-most 104 acres became part of a far larger nashi pear orchard which filled much of the flats of this top end of the valley that you see today. Ultimately they failed to set good commercial fruit, and the rootstocks took over. You can see remnant rows of these trees just south of the property, from along the road. (Beware though - they have spikes that could puncture Caterpillar tracks!) MORE RECENTLY extensive lantana control efforts have been undertaken as we now move into revegetating with native species and implementing a permaculture plan. Today the property is registered with Land For Wildlife and hosts a very wide mix of native vegetation communities. ACTIVITIES Bird watch. Climb. Abseil. Photograph wildflowers. Paint. Swim. In the next valley there's even gold to be found. Explore trails by mountain bike. Whale watch. Surf. Learn SCUBA. Go beach-combing. Catch a mudcrab. Go whitewater river rafting. Ask your host about where to find all the local waterfalls, the best walking, how to find gold, the gnarliest off-road tracks, Anything is possible here in this magnificent part of the world, except perhaps snow and ice.
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