Mountainous cabins near Old Bar

The area offers everything from private outdoor hideaways to family-friendly campgrounds.

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3 top mountainous cabins sites near Old Bar

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Jali Farmstay

22 sites · Lodging, TentsJohns River, NSW
14 acres right on Stewart's River is this cosy and private one bedroom donga with a queen bed, kitchen and bathroom (sleeps two), you can add a tent if you have a few kids that want to join in and camp.Watch the river, cast a line, swim in the pool and relax! Animals are not allowed at The Castle
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AU$35
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Rudders River View

3 sites · Lodging, RVs48 acres · Forster, NSW
This campsite is located on 48 beautiful, undulating acres of hobby farm. The site captures the glorious views of the Wang Wauk & Coloongalook River junctions and across the lakes all the way to Pacific Palms - even a sliver of ocean is included! Located less than 10 minutes off the Pacific Highway near Nabiac on the Mid North Coast - 2 hrs and 40 min north of Sydney.We are 30 minutes from Forster, Taree, Gloucester and Bulahdelah and surprisingly only 20 minutes from the closest beach at Blackhead, or 45 minutes from the pristine Boomerang and Bluey's beaches.We are 10 minutes from Nabiac, a thriving buzzy little town which has the local hotel /pub, cafes, craft, vintage, recycled and gift shops and the national Motorcycle museum. It's well worth a visit. 
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AU$50
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Ellenborough Getaways

2 sites · Lodging500 acres · Toms Creek, NSW
Set amongst the rolling green hills, we offer a cute cabin and a mountain top shack located on a working farm. Go for a mountain bike, a scenic walk or check out the Ellenborough River for a swim. We are located near Comboyne National Park if you're looking for adventures further afield.The cabin is kitted out with a basic kitchen, toilet/shower amenities and water. Enjoy the beautiful night sky as you chill out around the campfire. There are two double beds. Please bring your own bed linen and towels. There is no fridge - you will need to bring your own esky.The shack sits on an amazing mountain 600m above sea-level in the hinterland west of Port Macquarie, is accessible by 4WD only. You must have a proper 4WD and have knowledge of how to navigate steep, isolated tracks. It has basic amenities and is best suited for those with their own swag and camping supplies. Roll out the swag and keep warm from the elements. Drinking water available. You will need to bring all other supplies including your own toilet and shower. Dogs welcome.We are located near Comboyne National Park. This place is perfect for hiking enthusiasts and avid photographers - the views are absolutely stunning.The hinterland west of the Central Coast offer an abundance of beautiful scenery, rolling green hills and plenty of wildlife. Perfect for wildlife watchers and photographers.
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Mountainous cabins near Old Bar guide

Overview

Looking for a mountainous camping experience near Old Bar, New South Wales? Hipcamp offers over 532 options for cabin camping in this location, with prices ranging from as low as $15 to an average of $45 per night. Some of the top-rated campsites include Spirit of the Forest (326 reviews), Footprints in Style (276 reviews), and Hodge Lodge Grounds Johns River (174 reviews). Popular amenities include potable water, pet-friendly accommodations, and toilets. Activities such as boating, hiking, and wildlife watching are also available at many of these sites.

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