Ranch glamping near St Albans

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Elysium Hill - Glamping Experience

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Upper Plenty, VIC
Stay among the beautiful undulating and serene countryside. Wake up to the sun shining and the cattle grazing. Quiet and peaceful, with the town of Wallan only 5 minutes away. You will have privacy and wake up to the beautiful nature that surrounds you on this working cattle farm. This is a beautiful property with Cattle, Donkeys, Horses and Sheep. Join in with the family to feed the animals. Disconnect your devices and recharge your batteries. Elysium Hill, nature untouched. Offering a Canvas Bell Tent and have access to your own private area, tent, a deck to enjoy the sunshine and a fire pit. The camp site is a 5 minute walk from the Home Stead should you need anything.
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AU$220
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The Stables On Knox

1 site · Lodging33 acres · Romsey, VIC
Welcome to our family and friends of our first listing - Book A Paddock, and to our new gang with The Stables on Knox. The Stables was a functioning stable, dairy and horse and cart garaging area in the properties heyday many decades ago. The cattle would be walked up a lane, be held in the cobblestone yards you have exclusive use of, be walked into the stalls, where your pizza oven now stands, manually milked, and then turned out to what is now your BBQ area. Its now your next luxe rural getaway. Leave the tent and van behind for this little slice of the good life. Bring your bestie - even your neighbours and your fur baby for a sit back and relax experience. The paddocks to the back of the property are yours to walk to take in the peace and the wildlife. They are abundant with kangaroos and their joeys in the spring so we ask you go quietly and slowly so they can move away slowly. The birdsong is a great way to relax with your book, listening to the sounds of nature.
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AU$295
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Toolangi Heights

4 sites · Lodging60 acres · Toolangi, VIC
NOTE: Unfortunately, Toolanghi Heights is not accepting campers at this time. If you wish to come and experience this stunning part of the world however, we encourage you to book the Toolanghi Heights house. A comfortable and well-equipped option for a larger group to relax and enjoy all the fun that Toolangi offers. On the property, you can enjoy our acclaimed natural swimming pool. There is a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, pizza oven and firewood readily available. Enjoy the solitude and the stars around a campfire. The Toolangi (indigenous for tall trees) State Forest is within easy reach with many great walks and trails to explore. The property is found along a quiet dirt road, only 75 minutes from Melbourne. Overlooking the Yarra Valley, it boasts stunning views and a forest landscape that forms the ideal backdrop for a memorable occasion.
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AU$540
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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 experience the great outdoors in style? Hipcamp offers over 180 options for glamping on ranches near St Albans, Victoria. With options as low as $20 per night, you can enjoy creature comforts while immersing yourself in the beauty of the Australian countryside. Top campsites like Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), Toolangi Heights (74 reviews), and Clancy Springs, South Gippsland (62 reviews) offer popular amenities such as campfires, pets, and rubbish, as well as activities like surfing, wildlife watching, and climbing. Book your next adventure now!

Looking to experience the great outdoors in style? Hipcamp offers over 180 options for glamping on ranches near St Albans, Victoria. With options as low as $20 per night, you can enjoy creature comforts while immersing yourself in the beauty of the Australian countryside. Top campsites like Shacks at Kardella Park (328 reviews), Toolangi Heights (74 reviews), and Clancy Springs, South Gippsland (62 reviews) offer popular amenities such as campfires, pets, and rubbish, as well as activities like surfing, wildlife watching, and climbing. Book your next adventure now!

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