Ranch camping near Mount Eliza

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Tonimbuk Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents45 acres · Tonimbuk, VIC
Hobby farm with cattle, chickens and horses. Situated in the middle of the Bunyip State Park completely surrounded by tranquil native bush and wild life. Close to Gembrook and Puffing Billy just a 15 minute drive as is Gumbuya World, Cannibal Creek Winery. Also for the adventurists we have some great bush walking tracks through the State Park with tracks leading to the Four Brothers rock formation and Mount Cannibal. We are on the fringe of West Gippsland with plenty to see and do! We have several types of stay from powered caravan sites to bush camping, un powered site for vans or RVs overlooking the Dam. We have an out door shower for the van sites but no toilet facilities. This is for self contained campers.
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Shetland Views

1 site · RV, Tent52 acres · Fairbank, VIC
Conveniently located between between South Gippsland and West Gippsland this property offers peace and spectacular views towards Strzlecki and the rolling hills of South Gippsland. Only twelve minutes from the town of Leongatha and thirty minutes from the beaches of Inverloch. From Inverloch you can drive along the coast road to Cape Patterson, across to the historical mining township of Wonthaggi and then over to Phillip Island. Wilson's Promontory is an easy hour and a half away, or stop at Warratah Bay or Sandy Point and enjoy the beaches and ocean views there. Closer to home there are many markets to choose from including the quaint Kongwak market tucked away in a quiet, hidden valley. This is a small, intimate market offering great home cooked food and live music. The attractions of the Latrobe Valley are less than an hour away with nurseries and gardens, galleries and antique shops, there is plenty to see. From March to May 2024 the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale features the incredible textile art of Annemeika Mein. The host wholeheartedly embraces the Hipcamp inclusion policy. This is a safe space for people from all walks of life.
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Clear Springs

5 sites · RVs, Tents14 acres · Lillico, VIC
We welcome camper's to come enjoy the serenity of our laid back farm stay, we are a very family orientated farm. We have horses, cows, many chickens and our dog Jessie. As we are so family orientated we wish that all campers have a relaxing experience and respect other campers with noise restrictions and have no music on our farm after 11.00pm. We have a few spots around the farm that you can set up. Power is also available at selected sites. There is a communal toilet just a short walk from the barn and if needed we have shower inside that can be used at an extra cost. There is a big barn set up as a bar/camp kitchen that has a sink, hot and cold water, microwave, kettle, toaster and BBQ out on the deck overlooking the hills.
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Longridge

1 site · RV, Tent124 acres · Lilydale, VIC
Are you looking for a unique bush camping spot conveniently located to Melbourne? Longridge has camping looking out over the Yarra Valley and Kinglake National Park and is 124 acres. The property backs onto the National Park and is 10 minutes to the Toolangi State Forest and Yarra Glen. There is abundant flora and fauna found on the property. You have your own exclusive walking/ Mountain biking trails that go for k's. Guests will have plenty of space and privacy at their site. All guests must be fully self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Can be windy at times on hilltop, with very limited protection. Campfires are welcome in the fire pit provided, please keep them under control at all times and respect any fire restrictions in place during your stay. Some firewood is available. Firepit. Collection of wood off the ground is allowed. Fires under 1m in size for cooking or warmth. Must be extinguished with water if not attended and on departure. Wineries nearby. Blueberry Farm located next door, 50 minutes to Melbourne, Tullamarine airport. 50 minutes to Kalatha Giant Tree walk, Toolangi State Forest. Well behaved leashed pets are welcome. Driveway is steep in to camping area, 4x4 recommended when towing caravans. Lowered vehicles or sports cars may not be able to access the camping area. Standard height cars will be okay. 4x4 Recommended during wet conditions as campsite is on grassy hill.
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Trickle Hill Cottage

1 site · Lodging27 acres · Cockatoo, VIC
Trickle Hill is a lovely cottage tucked away at the edge of our bush. You have your own little patio, and can go for adventurous walks straight from your living room ! We are close to Dandenong ranges, Yarra valley, Bunyip state park, and Puffing Billy. We are just behind Avalon castle- so great if you are attending a wedding We welcome couples, solo adventurers and families. We are of course LGBTI+ friendly! Dogs are very welcome. The cottage is a converted shed, with three bedrooms, a lovely living area and a cosy closed woodfire. We have a sheltered outdoor area, where you can have a barbeque, or have a small fire in a firedish. The cottage is in the bush, so you can walk out and try to find our resident breeding pair of Lyrebirds, echidnas, wombats, wallabies and kangaroos or the deer that live in our 'back yard'. Or just roam, which shouldn't be too hard on 67 acres . We are close to massive areas of bush with open trails. Dogs are very welcome- no cats. As we live in the bush, we do our best to keep everything as 'green' as we can- so please don't use harsh chemicals. Living in the bush brings with it that you cannot light a fire in fire danger periods, and, heating on a woodstove, means there is a hot stove in the room. (watch those little fingers...) Our aim is to give you a place of rest and enjoyment. We love to share our space as we love it here so much- and hope you love it too. As life is a project - don't expect 10* linen and luxury, state of the art gardens and clipped lawns, but a friendly welcoming atmosphere where you can be yourself and relax. We love to have visitors, and chat for a bit- or leave you to relax. The cottage is on the edge of the bush, where you are welcome to roam on the tracks or off them- at your own risk :-) We are both artists, and our studio's are close to the cottage, which might make some noise, but we'll try to keep it at a minimum when guests are here. The upside is, you could learn something if interested :-) (contact us for workshops) We have a working hobby farm- with some machinery, animals (pigs, dogs, horses, ducks and chickens). You can interact with the animals if you talk to us about safety first, but the horse paddock is out of bounds. ( they can behave unpredictable, are very large (!) and very valuable) Our dogs are very friendly and will most probably visit you. Our puppy still has lots to learn :-) Our property is stock- fenced, our animals will stay in, but dogs are able to roam if they are not staying with you. There is no secure yard to leave your dog during the day, you are expected to be in control of your dogs at all times. If they are ok with horses, chooks and dogs, and under voice command, they can be off leash. Dogs are not to sleep on the beds. We are a rural property with animals, and there are dams on the property, (not close to the cottage) so please keep an eye on children - we cannot take responsibility for your persons or animals. Living on a farm means that not everything is neat, safe, flat or person-proof. Often there is actual work being done involving machinery. Coming here is entirely at your own risk. (sorry for all the disclaimers...) But- of course- if there is anything we can do to make your visit more pleasurable, we will do our best to do so!
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Looking to go camping near Mount Eliza, Victoria in Australia? Hipcamp has over 840 options for you to choose from. With options as low as $10 per night, you can find the perfect campsite that fits your budget. Some of the top campsites in the area include Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), Iron Brook Donkey Farm (381 reviews), and Hazelnut Valley Farm Stay (270 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as showers, pet-friendly areas, and toilets. If you're into surfing, whitewater paddling, or swimming, you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy these activities in the area. So pack your gear and get ready for a memorable camping experience!

Looking to go camping near Mount Eliza, Victoria in Australia? Hipcamp has over 840 options for you to choose from. With options as low as $10 per night, you can find the perfect campsite that fits your budget. Some of the top campsites in the area include Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), Iron Brook Donkey Farm (381 reviews), and Hazelnut Valley Farm Stay (270 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as showers, pet-friendly areas, and toilets. If you're into surfing, whitewater paddling, or swimming, you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy these activities in the area. So pack your gear and get ready for a memorable camping experience!

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