Ranch camping near Woolgoolga

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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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AU$43
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Yarrawin Camping

26 sites · RVs, Tents680 acres · Argents Hill, NSW
Yarrawin is 680 acre cattle farm and hardwood timber plantation in the heart of the Nambucca Valley, offering scenic, secluded , private campsites with their own swimming hole and a river gravel beach on 3km of beautiful double river frontage. Camping options include river side camps, the Shack and riverside camp and a large secluded valley. Each campsite is separate from the others, giving guests privacy and exclusive use of the swimming hole (except Chinamans Valley) at their site. All riverside sites offer a natural gravel beach entry into the water. There are no amenities here, campers will need to be self contained and leave no trace. Every site has a fire pit which must be used for campfires. If you want to use your own it must be off the ground. Free firewood and fire pit set up for the first night. Firewood $20/ night after that (CASH ONLY PLEASE), except when camping at Chinamans Valley where you collect your own free firewood for each night. Beautiful drinking rain water is available in a 20lt Jerry can if required on arrival. Bird lovers can enjoy watching the various bird varieties, as well as ducks. Animals include wallabies, goannas, deer and fish as well as cattle and stock horses. Fishing is okay but it is STRICTLY catch and release ONLY. There are many places to go bushwalking, either following the river or heading up the valleys or hiking up the hills through the trees. The property is just 10kms from the convenience of Bowraville, a historic township with a supermarket, folk museum, a war museum, a historic theatre, and other historic buildings. Nambucca Heads and the beautiful surrounding beaches are just 27kms east and Coffs Harbour 80kms away. Please note this is a working farm, so there will be cattle and stock horses on the property that may approach your campsite.
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AU$27
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The Peninsula

4 sites · RVs, Tents90 acres · Grafton, NSW
Roughly 90 acres of river flat country based on Carrs Peninsula. The mighty Clarence River on one side, Carrs Ck on the other. Gentle grass slope straight to the waters edge with a 5min boat ride to the nearest pub. Bring a fishing or ski boat and enjoy water front camping for all your activities with family or friends
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AU$40
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Halfway Creek Acres

1 site · RV, Tent25 acres · Woolgoolga, NSW
Welcome to Halfway Creek Acres, a small hobby farm located between Grafton and Woolgoolga. With only one campsite available, you’ll have this entire campsite to yourself. The secluded campsite is easily accessible by 2wd and is suitable for caravans and motorhomes. Perfect for a quick overnight stay, or setup base camp and explore the area with plenty of POI’s close by including Station Creek and Pebbly Beach, Minnie Waters, Wooli, Sherwood Nature Reserve and many more. Campfires are permitted when restrictions aren’t in place, with plenty of firewood to collect from the property. Campers will need to be fully self-sufficient as there are no onsite amenities. There is a service station just down the road which has toilets. Pet friendly, as long as they don’t chase the locals 🐄
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AU$25
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Southgate Grafton on the Clarence

6 sites · RVs, Tents75 acres · Southgate, NSW
The large and grassy campsites are located on the banks of the Clarence River where you can enjoy fishing, swimming, water skiing and jet skiing. Guests staying with us are required to be fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Campers can launch a boat from the property to enjoy all the river has to offer. You can drive the boat to the Ulmarra Hotel nearby, they have a jetty where you can park and enjoy a feed and a drink. You also can take the Ulmarra Ferry and Drive to the Ulmarra Hotel for dinner or lunch. You can access the property via road from Grafton or via Ferry from Lawrence and Maclean. We are located just 11kms from Grafton should you need any supplies. Please note, caravans are not permitted on the Ferry but camper trailers are okay. We farm Hay on the property and do have some friendly cattle around who may wander past to say hello. Campfires are permitted outside of fire restrictions. Sorry, no pets.
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Riverstone Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Seelands, NSW
Riverstone Farm is a working cattle property located in Seelands, NSW. You'll stay on grassy, riverfront camping sites on the beautiful Clarence River. Enjoy fishing, paddling, boating, swimming, water skiing, and relaxing by the campfire…. the perfect camping experience! The North East facing sites overlooking the river and rocky cliffs opposite, the view is really quite serene. There is easy river access, ideal for launching kayaks or heading in for a dip. All campers need to be equipped with their own camp toilet, and we kindly ask they take all waste when they leave. We offer several camping sites on the riverside site, but also we offer the option for larger groups to book the entire riverside site out exclusively. Please refer to the different site options.
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AU$30
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Horizon Oasis

4 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Coutts Crossing, NSW
Horizon Oasis is a 30 acre ever evolving permaculture and organic multi faceted farming property located just outside of Coutts Crossing. Situated 20 minutes south of the historic township of Grafton and 55 minutes north of Coffs Harbour we have the best of both worlds. We are in the country and yet so close to the coast with Yamba beach (45 minutes), Red Rock (35 minutes) and Woolgooga (40 minutes) down the road. We are located only a short 15 minute drive off the M1 freeway and 5 minutes from Armidale Road. Our quiet, pristine country side of semi rural rolling hills and Kangaroo River running along our western boundary provide a relaxing and picturesque place to pull up for a night or 3. You will be enchanted by our local wildlife consisting of a multitude of Kangaroos and Wallabies, abundant with colourful bird life with the odd fox or Koala paying a visit to the block. Watch the amazing sunsets as they come down over our valley displaying an array of orange, reds, pinks and purples as you cook your meal or relax with a drink or good book. Then fall asleep under the brightly visible stars of the Milky Way. Awaken to the peaceful chirping of our native bird life easing you in to your day. Open your blinds to appreciate the morning mist that usually settles across our valley or mobs of Kangaroos laced with the odd rabbit having their breakfast on your doorstep. This property shows beauty at all times of the day providing for that relaxing and back to nature stay we all require to recharge our batteries. Take a stroll down to the Kangaroo River and walk our short riverside bush walk consisting of 3 sandy beaches, vine swings for the kids and small lookout. You will enjoy the scenery and tranquil sounds of the river wild life, or sit back and read a book or take in the country air and enjoy your campsite, or take a short drive to one of our local public swimming holes or the local township of Coutts Crossing. Coutts Crossing township is 5 minutes drive up the road and offers a pub and bistro, live music, hot food shop, post office, general store and fuel station for supplies and a golf course for those keen to hit a ball. The local region is dotted with weekly markets and other tourist entertainment options. You can find a number of public riverside spots to spend the day lazing on a sandy beach and enjoying beautiful swimming holes within a short 5-10 minute drive of the property Although we are always introducing new attractions to our property, it is always a comfortable place to stay and will likely always be different each time you come back to stay. Developments in the pipeline will be the addition of animals, an orchard, a dam and Aquaponics vegetable production which are currently in the works. If you are looking for a nice relaxing and scenic country stay with something new each time you stay; don’t go past Horizon Oasis. We look forward to welcoming you here.
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Yeoman Cottage

1 site · Lodging780 acres · Nymboida, NSW
Yeoman Farm is an operating cattle breeding property located on the Nymboida River, 50 kilometres southwest of Grafton. It boasts 4 kilometres of Nymboida River frontage, granting you exclusive access to explore during your stay. Activities include stunning walking and hiking tracks, swimming, fishing (catch and release only), and kayaking. You can enjoy picnics by the river or higher up, taking in the breathtaking views. In the afternoons and evenings, unwind with a drink around the fire at the cottage while admiring the stunning sunsets or gazing at the star-studded skies. An information booklet will be available in the cottage. The accommodation comprises 3 rooms with 2 queen beds and 2 king singles in the third room, making it ideal for 4 adults and 2 children.
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AU$250
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The Old Peach Farm

1 site · RV, Tent25 acres · Wells Crossing, NSW
This is an old peach farm, set over 25 acres with a 1/4 of the property cleared and the rest left untoched. We've set up the camping area in a nice clearing close to a lake, which has lovely natural forest surroundings. Other than the summer hum of cicadas or the cackle of some resident kookaburras, it's peaceful and private. There are plenty of roos and wallabies around, as well as lots of birdlife including black swans. You can paddle in the lake and try to catch a fish there. We've set up a nice little homemade pontoon. So far only one spot to camp (that will fit up to 3 cars if you come in a group), so you will have the place all to yourselves. The next house (our Shouse) is at least 300m away from the camping area, so solitude and privacy is guaranteed. The property is close to plenty of beach options or nice little towns such as Woolgolga (25 min south) and Grafton (25 minutes north).
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M&R Taylor Pastoral

10 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Coutts Crossing, NSW
M&R Taylor Pastoral is situated on 20 acres in Coutts Crossing NSW of rural cleared land perfect for camping and experiencing the relaxed and peaceful getaway of inland NSW, away from the hustle and bustle of the major cities. We have a few friendly cattle on our property to view and if you enjoy swimming the nearest river Orara River is 5 mins drive away. Coutts crossing has a convenience store in the main town 5 mins drive and Grafton shopping is only 20 mins drive away. Come and experience our property for yourself. There are no amenities here, campers will need to be self contained and leave no trace.
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AU$20
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The Hylands Wilderness Retreat

22 sites · RVs, Tents830 acres · Bellingen, NSW
We introduce you to ‘The Hylands’ 830 acres of undisturbed tranquility. A special beautiful wilderness, surrounded by ancient trees, an abundance of bird life, with a long, main completely private and secluded river and multiple creeks with deep swimming holes, waterfalls. and rapids to explore. Will completely wipe the tears of stress from your eyes and instil a deep sense of overwhelming peace. Get completely immersed in the magic of the Australian bush with endless ancient gullies to explore, steep hills and high country fauna and flora, undiscovered hiking trails, mountain biking tracks, and long rides if you have your own horses. If you’re into the setting yourself challenges of any kind this place is yours! If your not then this also is your perfect getaway…from kayaking challenges the full length of the rivers or casual boating floating around large swimming holes with a fishing rod in hand admiring the variety of terrain we can offer here The Hylands is for you.
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AU$40
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Kareema's Retreat

3 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · Talarm, NSW
Only 15 mins drive from the town of Macksville, 45 minutes from Coffs Harbour, 45 minutes from Port Macquarie and 20 minutes or so (but who counts) from the famous Pub With no Beer (which does have beer). This property is extremely private with a number of camp sites that have you feeling like the rest of the world no longer exists. There are six dams and views to the coast (from the top of the hill). You get to share it with a couple of horses and a few cows but it's ok they don't like sleeping in tents or caravans. Sunsets, sunrises and night time star gazing. It's an ideal place to de-stress and reconnect with nature. Welcoming self - contained campers who bring there own amenities. There is access to drinking water but otherwise everything is BYO and take away all your rubbish please. You can choose to either be completely secluded and away from everyone. 4WD access or walk in with tents. Or you can set up closer to the entrance road and roadway (more suitable to caravans). There are lovely walks on the property itself or go for a casual stroll up the dirt road but watch out for the 3 or 4 cars every couple of hours or so. Views are amazing, air is incredible and the night sky is breathtaking. Campfires are possible but only in some months. The ideal place to get away from it all but close enough to Coffs Coast Tourist attractions, including amazing places to eat. Your pet is welcome to camp with you, but please do not let them stray onto neighbours' farms or chase stock. They run the risk of being baited or shot. ​There is stock on the property so please leave all gates as you find them. If they are open they stay open. If closed they stay closed.
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AU$37
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