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Wildcroft an Escape to the Country

26 sites · RVs, Tents600 acres · Yea, VIC
Welcome to Wildcroft Estate, a little piece of heaven nestled in the beautiful valley of Yea hills of Victoria. Where every moment feels like a slice of paradise. Our serene sanctuary offers an opportunity for profound inner rejuvenation, stirring dormant hearts awake. Spread across six hundred acres of pristine natural splendor, guests are invited to immerse themselves in the embrace of nature, camping beneath starlit skies and relishing the serene spectacle of sunrise and sunset. Venture into the wilderness to witness the dance of local wildlife in their native habitat, serenaded by the enchanting melodies of birdsong and the majestic call of stag deer roaring to a doe for mating. Our friendly equine companions are eager to share a carrot treat (under the careful supervision of our staff, of course). Wildcroft Estate is perfect for people who love hiking and anyone just looking for a getaway during the long weekends. You can escape here and catch sight of varied species of wildlife as the sun rises or sets. There are fire/grill pits on the campsites and man/woman toilets and showers. We are building at this moment a grain bin gazebo for our guests as a communal area where you can enjoy a firepit while having a drink and a yarn. Dog-friendly dogs are allowed but on leashes. Visitors who enjoy horseback riding are invited to explore the rolling hills and scenic trails of our property on their horses. yards are available at an extra cost and a nice and early countryman breakfast can be arranged as well. Groups are welcome, visit our website for more information about who we are and what we do!
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If you're looking for a camping adventure near Boronia, Victoria in Australia, Hipcamp has over 1050 options for you to choose from. Whether you prefer pitching a tent or parking your caravan, there's something for everyone. With campsites like Rodborough Vale (514 reviews), Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), and Iron Brook Donkey Farm (381 reviews), you'll find top-rated options to fit your needs. Enjoy popular facilities like toilets, cooking equipment, and potable water. Plus, you can engage in exciting activities like boating, off-roading (OHV), and exploring historic sites. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average price of $50 per night. So, get ready to experience the great outdoors with Hipcamp!

If you're looking for a camping adventure near Boronia, Victoria in Australia, Hipcamp has over 1050 options for you to choose from. Whether you prefer pitching a tent or parking your caravan, there's something for everyone. With campsites like Rodborough Vale (514 reviews), Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), and Iron Brook Donkey Farm (381 reviews), you'll find top-rated options to fit your needs. Enjoy popular facilities like toilets, cooking equipment, and potable water. Plus, you can engage in exciting activities like boating, off-roading (OHV), and exploring historic sites. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average price of $50 per night. So, get ready to experience the great outdoors with Hipcamp!

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