Cabins near Yarramalong with swimming

Camp next to natural wonders and Aboriginal heritage near Yarramalong.

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Camp Seabird

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Coasters Retreat, NSW
Welcome to Camp Seabird, a little timber seaside cottage to retreat to after a day of wandering. Lovingly crafted it is perfect haven to unplug from regular life, relax and enjoy sand, sea and sky. This cottage is all yours, we do have a couple of friendly neighbours who will leave you completely in peace or guide you to secret water spots and private bush trails. A place where it feels like time has stood still we are an excellent couples retreat about an hours drive from Sydney CBD. We are not modern and citified... our guests love the thoughtful simplicity of Camp Seabird. We have everything you could possibly need for a spectacular break in particular our bakers joy of a kitchen. We are clean, stylish and oozing with storytelling charm. Arriving here is the first part of your adventure - an old school timber ferry across beautiful Pittwater, a hike through Ku-Ring-Gai or arrive by kayak or boat (yes you have a tie up spot). Camp Seabird is perched right on the banks of the bay. Cool off in aqua waters, comb the beach for natural treasures, or, if you love deep salty swims, then a leap from the jetty and a short swim back to shore is wonderful. Curling up inside with a book from the curated library always ranks high on the “things to do when not doing anything” list. The front door is old school glass, lovely to view sunsets, wallabies and water views from... our back door is barn style, allowing a whispering breeze to flow through. There is no television. We have bush views out every window and wifi if you need. Our games cupboard is specifically designed to provide joyful ways to connect and our hammock, house kayaks and SUP the perfect ways to unwind and explore. Of course, as we are part of Ku-ring-gai National park, trail walking is plentiful. Now that we are in Autumn we are opening winter bookings - so cosy to be by the fireplace indoors and festooned fire pit out... our six cotton and linen draped beds with a variety of pillows envelop you whilst you escape from “real life”. The dining room window seat is our favourite way to start a day with a warm morning drink in tree dappled sunshine. Access to Camp Seabird is via national parks or Palm Beach Ferries or water taxi - both run from Palm Beach across to Bonnie Doon Wharf. Main house and laundry for guest use, two patio areas and a front and back garden. We can also give access to our bunk room to the rear of the main cottage with the second toilet and shower just opposite in the courtyard (external to the main cottage and part of the additional guest charges).
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AU$650
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Dael's Mill - Horse Holidays

3 sites · Lodging50 acres · Martinsville, NSW
Dael's Mill is a charming 2 bedroom cabin with a rich history, dating back to the 1800s. Set upon a breathtaking 50-acre retreat nestled a the foothills of the Watagan Mountains, midway between Sydney and Newcastle. Dael's Mill offers a uniquely horse-friendly escape where guests have the option to bring their beloved ponies for midweek or weekend stays, or enjoy an intimate escape in the mountains, to slow down, recharge, and reconnect. The cabin accommodates 4-6 guests and is equipped with self-contained amenities including: - King or single beds with luxurious Bed Threads linen and towels - Pull out double sofa - Air conditioning - Cedar, wood fired hot tub - Bathroom - Fridge - Kitchenette (microwave, toaster, electric fry pan, tea and coffee facilities) - BBQ - Internal fireplace and outdoor fire pit - TV with Chromecast Horse accommodation: (Maximum 4 horses per booking - 2 paddocks shared between 4 horses). Please let us know if you would like us to feed your horses. They have dedicated adjoining paddocks so you can look out your window and greet your four legged friend. Activities: Guests can unwind in an outdoor hot tub or take a refreshing dip in the property's dam and lagoons, adorned with lillies. The site grants easy access to vast trail networks in the Watagan State Forest, ideal for adventurous souls seeking extensive riding opportunities, either by horse, motor bike, mountain bike or 4WD. Or, you can try your luck fishing in the dam for some silver perch! Property features: For those seeking a more relaxed riding (or hiking) experience, the property boasts kilometers of purpose-built trails that don't require opening gates, catering to groups or individuals, providing spaces for bush bashing, hill climbs and canters. Guests can explore beautiful pockets of the property featuring our spring-fed dam, lagoons, and stunning Blarney Creek, meandering through the landscape. Spot the local wallabies, wombats, echidnas, water dragons, and so much more. Local attractions: Watagan enjoys proximity to takeaway shops, cafes, boutiques and restaurants just 10-15 minutes away, while the award-winning 8 @ Trinity is a mere 20-minute drive, offering a diverse range of culinary experiences. - Beaches within 35 minutes - Wineries within 45 minutes - Lookouts and state forest picnic areas at your door step Tyson & I are excited to welcome you to our little slice of paradise.
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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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Cabins near Yarramalong with swimming guide

Overview

Yarramalong’s proximity to beaches and natural sites makes it a must-see stop on a camping trip in New South Wales. Spend the night at a caravan park in town before looking for challenging hikes along serene surroundings in Dharug National Park. Explore the bushland and take a walk along Old Great North Road, then pitch a tent at a nearby campground with firepits. Take a break in the water at Brisbane Water National Park and go fishing or kayaking before viewing some of the best Aboriginal heritage art in the region. Or spend a few nights at campsites in Bouddi National Park to experience a beautiful mix of beaches, rainforests, and a real-life shipwreck.

Where to go

Dharug National Park

Dharug National Park encompasses bushland north of Hawkesbury River, comprising dense forests, sloping mountains, and steep sandstone cliffs. The diverse landscape gives way to walking and biking tracks that lead to historic sites and opportunities to glimpse indigenous wildlife, including cockatoos and yellow-bellied gliders. Old Great North Road, a historic site that is part of the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage property, consists of a 9-km loop built by 720 convicts from 1826 to 1836. Campers can explore the Aboriginal heritage and stay a few days in the natural wonder at nearby tent and caravan campsites that provide potable water, bathroom facilities, and firepits, or try bush camping for a more immersive experience.

Brisbane Water National Park

Brisbane Water National Park stays true to its name with easy access to coastal waters for kayaking, fishing, and beachside picnics. Spend some time out of the water too on cycling and walking routes that lead to flowering fields and ancient wonders. The area is also known for its Aboriginal heritage sites and is home to hundreds of rock engravings, rock paintings, and foreshore middens. Visit the Bulgandry Aboriginal site at Kariong to get a prime example of the beautiful rock art the park offers. Pet-friendly campsites in the area offer access to off-leash areas, garbage bins, and hot showers to provide extra comfort for extended stays.

Bouddi National Park

Bouddi National Park sits along the coast, rainforest, heathland, and cliffs. Camp at Putty Beach, Tallow Beach, or Little Beach for swimming, fishing, and whale watching. Tent and caravan camping areas are available with water views as well as access to potable water, restrooms, and gas BBQs. Then head out on the 8-km Bouddi coastal walk, a trail considered one of the most beautiful in the area with a mix of wildflowers, scenic outlooks, and the shipwreck of the PS Maitland.

When to go

Yarramalong and its surrounding area see a peak in temperature in the warmer spring and summer months. January is typically the warmest month with an average high of 27°C. Spring brings blooming wildflowers to the area, attracting campers from far and wide. July is the coldest month of the year with an average high of about 16.5°C. However, August campers avoid the harsher humidity of the hotter months while still enjoying plenty of sun. Humpback whales also make their annual migration from May to July.

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