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Bungwahl Tiny House

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Bungwahl, NSW
Find us in the bush on the lakes way only a 10 minute drive from the stunning Seal Rocks beach. The tiny home is fully equipped open kitchen, private bathroom with hot shower and queen size bed… Step outside onto the deck and enjoy the view of the permaculture garden! We promise you’ll love this stunning hideaway just as much as we do. This space sleeps up to 3 people, there is a queen bed and a single above it. It is fully furnished and consists of a self contained space with a kitchen and private bathroom. There is a deck area outside with table and chairs. There is an outdoor fireplace for the colder months. Bed linen and fresh towels provided.
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AU$110
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Peace & Quiet Glamping

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Coomba Park, NSW
We offer a delightful bell tent, shaded by lovely trees, with everything you need for a comfortable stay. The location is great. The popular beaches of Blueys Beach and Boomerang Beach are just down the road, as is Wallis Lake - so bring your boat! We're also just a 30-minute drive from Foster. The bell tent can sleep up to 4 guests - including two adults in the queen bed, and there are two camp stretchers ideal for 2 small children (12 years or below). We also offer the option for up to 2 additional guests in the same group to camp around the tent for an additional cost - see further details in the site description. The property provides plenty of wildlife, including kangaroos and wallabies, and lots of bird life too. We also have an old horse on site, that loves biscuits and carrots! Options for a meal in the area too - The local Aquatic Club is open for takeaway on Wednesday, and dining in Saturday lunch and dinner. Progress does Sunday brunch at the local hall.
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The Back Road Van

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Bulahdelah, NSW
The Back Road Van is a classic 1970’s Viscount caravan that sits on a 7 acre property in the beautiful Markwell Valley. It is nestled between the Bulahdelah State Forest and rolling green pastures. (Note - from Bulahdelah township we are 5kms of sealed road, then 2kms of unsealed gravel road, the road is suitable for all vehicles.) We are a 7 minute drive from Bulahdelah village, 3 hours from Sydney, 1 hour from Newcastle, and 40 minutes to beautiful beaches like Hawks Nest, Seal Rocks, Boomerang and Blueys, so it’s an ideal getaway for couples. The caravan sits privately in the front paddock of our property. It is separate from the main house and is covered by a large shelter that includes an open seating area, with a small gas BBQ provided. There is also an outdoor bar table that’s perfect to enjoy a coffee or cocktail. The van is a 22 foot 1978 Viscount Supreme decorated to reflect the retro 70s style. It features a ‘cosy’ double bed, with linen provided, a lounge area plus a small galley kitchen, that includes a toaster, kettle, bar fridge, microwave and a 2 burner electric stove top. There are also added extras provided such as a selection of teas, coffee with plunger, milk and local free range eggs. The van does not have a plumbed water supply, but plenty of fresh water is provided. Just behind the van you have your own separate bathroom, with shower, toilet and wash basin. Towels are supplied. Your pet is welcome if it is well behaved and on a leash. When booking - PLEASE ensure you tick the appropriate box regarding pets so we know if you are bringing one. You are welcome to enjoy the entire property which includes a veggie garden, dam and an arbour to sit and enjoy the view. There is also a plunge pool next to the main house that you are most welcome to use during the warmer months, and a fire pit is available during the cooler months.
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AU$108
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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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Wattagan Mountains View

5 sites · Lodging5 acres · Kurri Kurri, NSW
We offer camping and indoor accommodation. Our property is located on a relaxed 5 acres at the gateway to the Hunter Valley. Enjoy the lush forests and views of the mountain nearby. There's a number of great lookouts nearby if you're up for a walk.  The Barn accommodation is great for groups who enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy your outdoor adventure with open living and eco tourism at the foot of the Watagan Mountains. Wildlife and bush tucker walks available. Firewood provided for your indoor fireplace. You will have access to a camp oven and rotating grill, as well as a kitchenette with a fridge, microwave, electric hot plate and kettle. There are toilet and shower amenities, and access to drinking water. There is phone reception in certain spots and limited wifi. There is no TV. The barn can accommodate sleeping for 10+ and features two double beds, two single beds, one couch, two air mattresses and five floor mattresses. There is also a fully equipped gym. You will need to bring your own sheets, pillows, sleeping bag etc for added comfort. Sleeping close to the fire upstairs is recommended in the cooler months. Camping is optional with nice flat spots near the dam under sheoaks. Our campsites are equally as beautiful. Chill out in the shade by the dam during the day. Firewood is provided and you're welcome to use the camp ovens and the rotating grill, but if you get stuck cooking on the open fire there is a microwave, electric hot plate and kettle. These are situated downstairs in the barn a short walk from site. A great swim in the 50m dam. There is access to toilets, showers, drinking water and rubbish facilities. Your furry friend is welcome to holiday with you.
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AU$500
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Munted @ Munmorah @ Bennys Bar

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Lake Munmorah, NSW
Big block @ lake Munmorah - Vanhome is called Bennys - In memory of my amazing Father - Benny - my dad always enjoyed a few beers 🍻 after work . - He had a great Bar room. - St.George fan “go the dragons “ he would say .. - so Bennys Bar is a very special place .. and I hope u feel comfortable and at home @ Bennys Bar..
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