Mountainous cabins near Carlton

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Hidden Valley House, Anakie

7 sites · Lodging18 acres · Anakie, VIC
Hidden Valley House is nestled in Anakie, VIC, set within the scenic Brisbane National Ranges and only a 1-hour drive from Melbourne CBD. Taking into consideration our ethos around sustainability, the cabin is “off-grid” so solar powered with a composting toilet but with all the amenities you need. The cabin has spectacular views overlooking the valley with an abundance of wildlife and has a small creek and several caves which have formed over millions of years. As well as the cabin, we offer a camping area to larger groups that need overflow accommodation if the cabin is not big enough. This makes Hidden Valley House a fantastic option for large groups wanting to have all the comfort and amenities of the cabin, but experience the back-to-basic joy of camping in nature. Set on an 18-acre property at the start of the Brisbane National Ranges, it is home to koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, sugar gliders and an abundance of birds including eagles and kookaburras. Furthermore, the land is protected by Trust for Nature and Land for Wildlife offering long-term protection for many ecosystems, species and native wildlife. The property is surrounded by national parks and is only a short drive from charming, historical towns such as Meredith and Steiglitz and only 25mins to Geelong. A number of family-owned wineries are located nearby and within Victoria’s Moorabool Valley winery. AWD/4WD recommended
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Merriwoola

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Nulla Vale, VIC
Merriwoola is a property of outstanding natural beauty and offers guests a sanctuary from the world surrounded by parkland bush, mysterious boulders resting amongst the trees and numerous native animals including wombats, echidnas, kanagroos, wallabies, possums, koala and the most extraordinary birdlife. The property is defined by an ancient water course that cuts a 1km ravine through the property. During the winter the dry boulder-strewn gorge is transformed with waterfalls and cascades along its length and regardless of the season transports you to another time and place. There is limited solar power (enough for phones and laptops) and low flow water (enough to brush your teeth). Neither is guaranteed to be available. A wood stove heats the hut, boils the kettle and cooks your dinner; firewood is included. An open outdoor bathroom includes a sink, bath and drop toilet. Hot water is available but not promised. The hut is fenced and well-behaved dogs are welcome. This property is suited to resourceful guests who are familiar with lighting fires, swinging an axe and understanding rural courtesies. The abundance of wildlife is used to peace so if you are taking a dog with you then please keep it within eyesight and always under your control. Please also consider that the mobs of kangaroos that roam the property include some large bucks (boomers) that can be confrontational if surprised so please proceed with caution if approaching grazing animals.
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Galloping Gypsy Getaway

2 sites · Lodging12 acres · Labertouche, VIC
Come camp, caravan or book the Bungalow and relax and enjoy the views, the tranquillity and wide open spaces overlooking farmland to the Labertouche Conservation Reserve and the Bunyip State Forest. We’re less than 100km South East of Melbourne but you’ll feel a million miles away. As we only take one booking at a time you have Exclusive Use. Must visits in the area include Gumbuya World, Nangara Reserve, Noojee and Neerim South, the gateway to Mount BawBaw.
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Looking for a mountainous getaway near Carlton, Victoria? Hipcamp has over 60 camping options that fit your preferences! Whether you're looking for a rustic Miner's Cabin with 53 reviews, Taylor Bay Country Club with 41 reviews, or Gardenfarm with 97 reviews, we've got you covered. With popular amenities like pet-friendly accommodations, trash disposal, and campfires, and activities such as wildlife watching, boating, and surfing, you can truly tailor your camping experience to your liking. Prices start as low as $45 per night, with an average of $150 per night.

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