Caravan camping near Yamba with wifi provided

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Dungarubba Fields

5 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Dungarubba, NSW
Thankyou for considering Dungarubba Fields. We offer you a well located and secure camp-site to explore the North Coast or for that overnight stay while you are travelling to your destination and need a safe place to camp. Our four campsites are spacious and are freshly mown flat grassed sites. Each campsite has 1 or 2 stone circles for campfires, with free kindling and free firewood supplied to all campsites. Whether you are a single traveller, a couple, family or group booking we have the campsite for you. We are family friendly and dog friendly. Dungarubba Fields is a private, rural setting on six acres on Bundjalung country. Four of our camp sites are situated across a small bridge in the back paddock, and one camp site is situated just before the bridge for those self driving campervans with a wider wheel-base. The paddock was once cleared and in recent years we have planted and cared for over 100 new Koala and rainforest trees. After the Northern Rivers floods of 2022 we are now continuing the bush regeneration beside the Dungarubba wetland which borders our property. Our camp-sites offer shade, space, wildlife and birdlife. Campfires are allowed 12 months a year depending on fire ratings and local conditions except on days of Total Fire Ban and the preceding evening going into a Total Fire Ban. We supply the free firewood to each campsite as we understand how important the campfire is to the camping experience. Outside the fire season we can supply a readymade Bonfire at an additional cost to your booking. Hipcampers can access fresh drinking water (rainwater) from our rainwater tanks, with an accessible tap near our home. Hipcampers have access to a downstairs flushing toilet at the house. We offer a Portaloo for larger group bookings situated beside your camp site as an optional extra for an additional cost. The Portaloo needs to be booked when you make your booking. The house on the property was originally built in 1903 as the Catholic Church of the nearby locality Riley's Hill. In the 1940’s it was moved to the current site after low attendance by parishioners who didn’t want to have to row across the Richmond River and get their feet wet to attend Mass. The church sold the building in the 1980’s and it was raised off the ground with two new wings attached on either side to become a private residence. The surrounding area is predominantly farmed to sugar cane and soybeans, however more surrounding land is being planted to Macadamia nuts which will change the look of the landscape in future. During May to November of an evening, you can look out for the occasional cane fire which is a historic part of the harvesting of sugar. The Richmond River and boat ramp is a short 2 minutes drive for both fishing and water skiing. The Broadwater National Park with sand-dunes and a fishing beach is only a 10 minute drive away. The Pacific Highway is 7 minutes drive away. The beautiful coastal village of Evans Head with shops, a medical clinic and a patrolled beach is just a 15 minutes drive. The nearest townships are Broadwater (2 fuel stations and a pub under new management), Coraki (junction of 2 rivers), Woodburn (pub with a bistro and a laundrette) and Evans Head (a township with most services). We are a 45 minutes drive to Byron Bay and 25 minutes to the coastal city of Ballina up the Pacific Highway or 25 minutes drive inland to the city of Lismore. We welcome friendly dogs and there is plenty of space for them to run around and chase balls or other dogs. Our dog Stella is a 4 year old Blue Heeler, who greets people from the balcony barking as you drive in. Don’t let the barking fool you as she loves visitors and their dogs. We expect owners to be responsible for their dogs and in particularly when there are Koalas close by. We ask dogs not to roam at night as Koalas are nocturnal (and so are other critters) and night-time is when they choose their food tree for the next day and roam around. We are in Core Koala Habitat and love our koalas, we hope you do too. We look forward to hosting you and in creating a sensational camping experience for you. Lise and Pete Dungarubba Fields.
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Cardiff Alpacas

6 sites · RVs, Tents140 acres · Harwood, NSW
IMPORTANT: Please read this and our site descriptions/rules before booking! N.B. We do not accept children under 8 years of age. Our check-in period is 2 PM to 5.30 PM. If you are unable to arrive within this timeframe then you should not book with us. We do not have staff available to deal with early or late arrivals. ALL bookings MUST be made AT LEAST 24 hours in advance. Our campsite facilities are basic and best suited to self-contained campers. We DO NOT provide general toilet or ablution facilities. However, we do have portable toilet and shower units available for hire (see under Extras). We are a 55 hectare alpaca & llama stud & sugar cane farm, just off the Pacific Hwy, on Harwood Island, in the Clarence River. Our extensive and carefully-maintained pastures offer a wide selection of peaceful, private campsites. There are also numerous small stands of natural vegetation providing shade and shelter. In close proximity to us are shopping centres, surfing beaches and areas of outstanding natural beauty. We operate as a cottage industry, processing alpaca fleece & manufacturing products from it. We regularly conduct tours & maintain a small farm shop. We also offer a full range of home-cooked meals. NOTE: If you book Extras or Meals you choice of campsites will be limited.
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McGrath Farm and Bush Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent111 acres · Tyndale, NSW
This bush farm is close to the Clarence river with lots of wild life in abundance. It was once a working cane farm but running cattle and horses.The campsite has all weather access so no problems for 2WDs. We are located close to National Parks and the beautiful coastal localities of Sandon and Brooms Head. The township of Yamba is close by for all your supply needs. It's an hour's drive to Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour and Ballina.Please note dogs require prior approval so please contact me before booking. Dogs must be contained and under control at all times.You need to be a self-contained camper with your own camping toilet/shower. There is access to drinking water and a laundry.In the evenings, why not toast some marshmallows or just relax around the campfire warming your feet.Our property is easy to find and just off the M1 Highway between Brisbane and Sydney.  
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Waterfalls & More

11 sites · RVs, Tents104 acres · Sherwood, NSW
HIDING IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYWHERE! Pure. Unadulterated. WILD. 104 very private acres, securely sandwiched between a National Park Nature Reserve and State Forest. On a dead end road. No agriculture or farms upstream, only one other like-minded property owner. Secluded, but hiding smack bang in the middle of everywhere! From vertiginous sandstone cliffs on which epipetrics cling tight, right through to palm-filled rainforests, and with two quite different creek systems (including a monster waterfall), you'll be spoiled for things to do and places to explore - without even leaving the property! HISTORY This land is Gumbaynggirr land. Please be particularly mindful of our First Nation's long presence on this land. In the 1800's, white men came seeking Red Cedar, closely followed by settlers having a go at dairying; though logging has remained this area's mainstay. This special property, despite last being selectively logged about 50 years ago, hosts many huge old-growth trees remaining steadfast for your discovery and wonder. And many more are continuing to grow out too. About 35 years ago about nine of this property's eastern-most 104 acres became part of a far larger nashi pear orchard which filled much of the flats of this top end of the valley that you see today. Ultimately they failed to set good commercial fruit, and the rootstocks took over. You can see remnant rows of these trees just south of the property, from along the road. (Beware though - they have spikes that could puncture Caterpillar tracks!) MORE RECENTLY extensive lantana control efforts have been undertaken as we now move into revegetating with native species and implementing a permaculture plan. Today the property is registered with Land For Wildlife and hosts a very wide mix of native vegetation communities. ACTIVITIES Bird watch. Climb. Abseil. Photograph wildflowers. Paint. Swim. In the next valley there's even gold to be found. Explore trails by mountain bike. Whale watch. Surf. Learn SCUBA. Go beach-combing. Catch a mudcrab. Go whitewater river rafting. Ask your host about where to find all the local waterfalls, the best walking, how to find gold, the gnarliest off-road tracks, Anything is possible here in this magnificent part of the world, except perhaps snow and ice.
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Reltuc Springs

3 sites · RVs, Tents65 acres · Upper Corindi, NSW
Horse accommodation and camping, located 35km north of Coffs Harbour and just 5 minutes off the Pacific Hwy. Sites are large enough for Horse Floats, Goosenecks, Caravans, Motorhomes and Tents. Our camp kitchen has a BBQ, fridge, sink, tank water available for drinking, kettle, crockery, and basic utensils. There is a toilet, shower and laundry. Horse facilities include a grass arena and day yards. 5 minutes to dog and horse friendly beaches and Woolgoolga Mountain Bike Trails. Direct access to state forest for bike and horse riding. Horses and dogs welcome.
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AU$55
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Upper Corindi Gold

2 sites · RVs, Tents350 acres · Woolgoolga, NSW
Upper Corindi Gold offers undulating hills and valley with small creek makes up the Upper Corindi property environment. Open paddocks alongside Lazy Man Creek support the three main remote camp sites. Rainforest tree species occupy the creek riparian zones. Grey Kangaroo, Red neck wallabies and many native birds can be viewed at each camp site. Enjoy a short trip to the beach or coffee and healthy food at woolgoolga just 16 minutes drive.
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Shannonbrook

3 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Shannon Brook, NSW
We run quiet dairy farm cattle, horses, pigs and wonderful wildlife. Warm your toes around the campfire (wood provided). We'd love to share our local knowledge of places to visit and things too see. The property is located close to the Hogarth Range, Mallanganee National Park and the Cambridge Plateau. We're also close to town (17 km) via a good road in case you need supplies, and we're a 45 minute drive from the coast. This campsite has drinking water is available. We have kitchen facilities including cookware and cooking utensils, cutlery, fridge, oven/stove/BBQ, and a dishwashing station. Rubbish/recycling/compost facilities available. There is access to wifi and power.
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