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YellowScone Camping Adventures

139 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents720 acres · Wingen, NSW
YellowScone Camping Adventures at "Maiden Jewel", a sprawling 720-acre Horse Stud, rests beneath the majestic Wingen Maiden, enveloped by ironbark bushland and extensive trails perfect for BYOH horse riding, bushwalking, and mountain biking. Be sure to explore our array of offerings: Maiden Jewel Camping beckons with diverse camping areas: The Waterhole 1: A communal haven boasting 20 campsites, nestled by serene dams teeming with Silver Perch and Murray Cod. While facilities include portaloos without showers, the allure of kayaking or cooling off in the dam awaits. Accessible via 4WD, guests can traverse the trails on foot or by bike. Pet-friendly, but leashes are recommended due to abundant wildlife. Picturesque Maiden Jewel: Spanning the rest of the property, it hosts over 50 campsites, both Private and Communal. The Long Flat Waterhole 2: Positioned at the property's front, offering easy access to a delightful swimming dam. Ideal for families, it features vast open spaces for recreational activities. Camping here grants access to all waterholes on the property. For seekers of solitude, inquire about our private sites, like The View Campsite, Hillside Camp, and The Bluff, each boasting spectacular vistas and proximity to fishing and swimming spots. YellowScone Adventures cater for Glamping escapes to equine enthusiasts, offering various packages allowing guests to bring their horses along. Camp and ride at your leisure, or opt for a unique experience by camping in our Bell tents, with catering services available. Explore our property further with the Buggy Property Tour: Embark on a guided excursion aboard our 6-seater Can-Am Buggy, spotting wildlife, meeting our horses, and discovering our array of campsites. Tours must be pre-booked and offer a captivating hour-long journey covering approximately 13 kilometers. Nestled beneath Towarri National Park, Maiden Jewel promises a plethora of activities—from fishing to hiking and mountain biking. Don't miss out on our additional offerings; there's something for everyone to enjoy amidst our breathtaking scenery.
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Temple Court, Murrurundi

4 sites · RVs, Tents800 acres · Pages River, NSW
600 acres on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Murrurundi.On the property you can enjoy scenic bushwalks, a seasonal creek, a large dam and plentiful native wildlife including kangaroos, deer, birdlife and more.Depending on where you set up camp, you can walk or drive into the quaint village of Murrurundi. Situated on the New England Highway, Murrurundi is 30 minutes drive from Scone, 1 hour from Tamworth and 3 hours from Sydney. A picturesque town, nestled on the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range and boasts natural beauty, rich farming land and plenty of character. In town you'll find the recently opened Magpie Gin Distilery, art galleries (including Michael Reid and David Darcy), pubs, historic buildings and every May the King of the Ranges Stockmans Challenge.
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Wyallia Cottage

1 site · RV, Tent25 acres · Quirindi, NSW
We are 12 kms from the New England Highway, 20 kms from both Wallabadah and Nundle, and 57 kms from Tamworth.Of the 3 towns, Nundle is the most historic - not surprising given its gold mining beginnings. But its been the grazing community on which its thrived since the latter part of the 19th century. Gold mining has largely been superseded by forestry and tourism, with Chaffey Dam providing a great playground for water sports, and Sheeba Dam in the natural beauty of Hanging Rock. The history of the region is told on the walls of the Peel Inn, which along with 'Glenoak', a once leading merino stud in the district, now cattle property, has been owned by the Schofield family since the 1860's. In the last 50 years, Robert and Margaret Schofield have been delivering a tasty combination of traditional Australian and Asian dishes, depending on the backgrounds of visiting chefs.Our property currently runs only a small number of sheep, soon to add goats for cheese production. Our adjoining neighbors run 800 head of Angus breeders. The area abounds with wildlife.Park or pitch your tent within the grounds of the house, with access to outdoor bathroom (toilet and shower) facilities, adjacent to the laundry with washer and dryer. There is access to a picnic table, rubbish facilities and reliable wi-fi.Our property is ideal for the quiet escape. Goonoo Goonoo Creek is on our property. Quality dual suspension mountain bikes are available to guests to ride on the property or adjoining backroads. Or you may prefer to go for a walk instead.Stay toasty around the campfire in the evenings as you gaze at the night sky.The property is 2WD accessible and there's sufficient space for a caravan, motorhome, campervan or camper trailer, and of course, tents.Cats are not allowed.
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Black Creek Farm

1 site · RV, Tent10000 acres · Blackville, NSW
Black Creek Farm is located on the edge of the Liverpool Plains in a stunning valley running up to the Coolah Tops. There is a private site available along side our seasonal creek for you to enjoy, relax and unwind from the usual busy hustle and bustle. Black Creek Farm is a working regenerative farm running cattle as well as a few free range sheep, pigs, poddies, houseyard chickens and a milking cow coming soon. Your designated campsite is yours to explore and enjoy however being a working farm we ask you to stay in this designated area. If you are interested in learning more about our regenerative practicies and farm animals please be in touch and we can organise a farm tour at an extra cost. We have a diverse range of birds & wildlife and the most beautiful skies to stargaze at nights. We also recently saw our first koala so keep a look out in the trees! Our place is perfect for the no trace camper who is looking for some time out in nature. Willow Tree is to our east and an amazing lunch stop at the famous Graze Resturant, and the Coolah Tops entry is to our west. Wood can be supplied for the fire pit if we have notice. Strictly no hunting or weapons please. Dogs only allowed on a lead. We look forward to welcoming you to our farm.
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Spring Creek

11 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Loomberah, NSW
TOM CURTAIN will be preforming ON SITE during the 2023 Tamworth COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL! Spring Creek is a 1000 acre beef cattle & horse property at Loomberah, 23km from Country Music capital Tamworth, NSW. Pet friendly (see rules - conditions apply and dogs well controlled). Campfires permitted in designated areas when restrictions aren't in place. Plenty of firewood lying around to gather your own. Please come with your own amenities/camping toilet and leave no trace.
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Roma Orchard - Hunter Valley

14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents35 acres · Omadale, NSW
Set on 35 acres at the junction of the Omadale Brook and Hunter River, Roma Orchard offers you the chance to escape and unwind at the head of the Upper Hunter. Ideally located just 3.5 hours from Sydney or 45 minutes from Scone, Roma Orchard has been run by the Tilse family for 6 generations and now welcomes guests from far and wide to stop, relax and enjoy the picturesque surrounds of the apple orchard and vineyard. The Orchard Lodge was officially opened on the 20th September 1992, Over time, accommodation on Roma Orchard has expanded  to now include the recently renovated Roma Cottage and campground. Whether you're looking for an event venue, holiday retreat, family getaway, or wedding destination, we welcome you to find your space on Roma Orchard.
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CC Cottages

2 sites · Lodging5 acres · Moonan Flat, NSW
CC Cottages are boutique, luxury cottages in the heart of the Upper Hunter Valley NSW. Cherson and Coquun Cottage are the perfect getaway to escape to the country with views of the mountain ranges and the Hunter River! Book in both or one of our cottages for a beautiful weekend in the Upper Hunter Valley with the world famous Barrington Tops National Park on your back doorstep! Cherson Cottage - max 8 guests. Coquun Cottgae - max 4 adults.
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