Farm glamping in Snowy Mountains

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Millwood Cottage

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Binjura, NSW
Millwood is located 6kms from COOMA n.s.w. in the Snowy Mountains Region and is within easy reach to a number of great locations. We are just 90 minutes from Canberra, just over an hour from Perisher and the snowfields and 1.5 hours from all the beautiful beaches that the South Coast has to offer. With only one camp site available you will have plenty of space and privacy. We also offer an RV site. You can relax around your firepit and enjoy watching the beautiful wildlife that come to visit the property including Kangaroos, Wombats and a variety of native birds. The host runs a Day Spa from her home so you may like to treat yourself to some self care. Please check with host as to availability of Spa Treatments. Why not check out our outdoor clawfoot bath during your stay. It's an amazing experience under the stars! Tank water is available but please use sparingly. The surrounding area is hugely popular for cyclists and bushwalkers with many great tracks available to explore. The Murrumbidgee River is 2 klms away, where you can enjoy a picnic along it's banks and take a dip if it's warm enough. We accept campers who are fully self contained with their own toilet. Campers must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. No pets please as we have animals here.
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Michelago Farm Camping

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Michelago, NSW
Large open paddock with easy access from Monaro Highway, great for camping with amazing views of the mountains. The access road is good quality dirt road. Ok for caravans. Dog friendly (must be well behaved around our animals and not chase them). We have Alpacas in our camping paddocks so your dog must be kept under control at all times. We have a composting toilet available for campers to use. Mobile phone reception in the area is around 3-4 bars 4G on Optus and 3-4 bars 3G on Telstra. Please bring your own wood for camp fires or you can purchase a barrow of bush wood from us in the extras. We prefer you not to collect your own wood (other than starter sticks/branches) as we are trying to maintain logs, branches, ground cover on the ground for native birds, lizards, etc. Private outdoor yoga sessions are available if booked in advance or you can book into the local classes on Thursday nights. All camp fees are being used to rehabilitate our property with plants that are native to our area and restore the land.
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Ingelara Farm

3 sites · Lodging, Tents560 acres · Michelago, NSW
Ingelara Farm is a working organic biodynamic family farm. We grow potatoes, garlic, pumpkins and a variety of summer vegetables as well as running 80 head of angus cows. We are excited to offer rustic accommodation on the farm, perfect for those wanting to enjoy the tranquillity of country life, a drink at the campfire, bush walks, fishing in our large fresh water dam or as a base to explore the Snowy Mountains. You have a choice of two shipping containers, both furnished with a double bed. As well as one campsite to pitch your own tent, on a flat grassy area near the converted shipping containers. A shared toilet and hot shower is located 80m from the accommodation. You will have access to drinking water. Please also note: - The driveway from the highway to the site is a gravel road suitable for 2WD however please drive according to conditions - The site is located near the farm sheds, whilst we will respect your privacy you will be staying on a working farm consequently some movement and noise will not be avoidable between 8am and dark. - You are welcome to try your luck fishing in the dam or if you have a kayak and life jacket you can bring for a paddle, however please be aware that the unfenced dam is a drowning hazard for children. - We provide firewood at an extra cost of $20/bundle - As there is no council bin service available we ask that you take your rubbish with you. - Full telephone signal available for Telstra, however, any other provider is patchy. - Please note that there are farm dogs on the property, and no other pets are allowed.
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Calabash

21 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents600 acres · Tinderry, NSW
This is a working farm approx 70% cleared remainder bush. Sub Alpine so the temperature can change quickly and snow, there are currently 5 paddocks available no set campsites you pick your own site, also available is a self-contained cottage (view our separate listing for Calabash Manager's Cottage). This has 4 bedrooms bathroom and kitchen heating when required is a slow combustion wood stove very relaxing. There are no amenities for campers, please BYO and leave no trace. There is plenty of branches and wood on the ground for a fire but please no fires when fire bans in place. Dogs are OK but as we are a sheep property they must be well controlled and on a leash and not left to roam. We prefer smaller dogs. Campfires permitted when restrictions aren't in place. Plenty of firewood around to gather your own. If you want it cut it for you then buy some as an extra and add it to your order. Please check with the host on arrival regarding local fire conditions. No set areas for camping - choose when you get here. Suitable for caravans, motor homes, tents. Lots of options! No mobile phone reception if you walk around the paddock you may get a signal, If you need to contact us once you have a booking, contact us via email or landline. Temperature can change quickly and in winter you could be snowed in, so be prepared.
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Vale View via Dalgety

1 site · Lodging70 acres · Numbla Vale, NSW
The Vale View sh-ome (shed home) is THE place to go off grid, recharge and reconnect. Vale View spans 70 acres taking in rolling paddocks; creeks, waterfalls; huge rocky outcrops and; steep, dense bushland. Simply slow down and; enjoy the country air or for the more active, get the blood pumping with a bike ride or hike! A must-do is a hike to Vale View lookout for a picnic and to take in the views to spectacular Kosciusko ranges. Surrounded by operating Merino sheep farms, Vale View is remote but accessible: situated 22 minutes to the iconic village of Dalgety; 55 minutes to Jindabyne and 75 minutes to Perisher. Our cosy, country sh-ome sleeps 5, with a private master bedroom; gas hot water and wifi. Includes linen, towels and well appointed kitchen. We're also horse friendly on prior arrangement.
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AU$250
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Snowgum Camping Farmstay

1 site · Lodging104 acres · Peak View, NSW
Snowgum Camping Farmstay is a beautiful property, situated on over 100 acres, and is a mixed livestock working farm, run by two sisters Bronwyn and Phylippa. This special place offers a true farm stay experience on a full working farm. All guests have the opportunity to tag along with the farmer/host for bottle-feeding baby animals, milking a goat or cow, hand-feeding the farm animals, taking selfies with the alpacas, goats, miniature horses, etc. Please note that some animal interactions are seasonal. Otherwise, kick back and relax by the dam with a good book. There are comfortable accommodation options provided from Family Safari Tents sleeping 5-6 guests, to a caravan sleeping 6 guests and options for self-contained campers. Have a walk around the property to enjoy the amazing views of the mountains and valley. Being a light pollution-free area and an altitude of 1,200, on a clear night the bright twinkling stars are incredible, a delight for stargazers and astrophotographers.
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Farm glamping in Snowy Mountains guide

Overview

Affectionately dubbed "The Snowies," the Snowy Mountains and its surrounding sub-region is home to the highest mountain range on the mainland, encompassing five of the nation’s tallest peaks. While the region is best known for its skiing and snowboarding opportunities, of which there are plenty, it's also a great place to visit in the summer months. Popular fair-weather activities include fishing, mountain biking, bushwalking, and spelunking, and many people visit the region specifically to visit the summit of Mount Kosciuszko, accessible by chairlift or on foot via the Mount Kosciuszko Summit Walk.  It's also a great place to camp, snow or shine, with plenty of campgrounds, cabins, and more than a few caravan parks.

Where to go

The Sydney Area

Cosmopolitan Sydney offers big-city charm and easy access to fantastic beaches and natural areas. While plenty of people come here to dine, shop, and take in the city lights, you won’t need to drive far from the city to find yourself out in nature. Some of the best (and easiest-to-reach) camping areas near Sydney include Lane Cove National Park and Royal National Park, both within a short drive of the Central Business District.

The Blue Mountains

Not far from Sydney, the Blue Mountains offer some of New South Wales's finest scenery, from massive rock formations such as the iconic Three Sisters to the enchanting Jenolan Caves. It's a popular destination for bushwalkers and rock climbers alike and has plenty of campgrounds, from forested spots tucked among gum trees to private wilderness campsites far away from it all.

The South Coast of New South Wales

If you want to get away from the crowds but still wish to spend time near the sea, the South Coast may just be the ticket. Head to Booderee National Park to see wildlife or make your way down to Jervis Bay for a bit of kayaking. Like to surf? Head to Kiama to check out the waves or head south to take in the scenery in nearby Gerringong.

The Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is best known for its wineries, and it’s got plenty of them, but even teetotalers will find plenty to do in this lovely region. Highlights include the massive Lake Macquarie, the largest saltwater lake on the coast of Australia, and Mount Royal, which is part of the World Heritage Gondwana Rainforests of Australia.

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