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Bundilla River Camp

· Ballengarra, New South Wales
260 acres hosted by Rick & Cheryl M.
14 Vehicle/Tent sites
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Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Come camp along the beautiful Wilson River on a working cattle property. Shady, grassy campsites by a flowing river, just 25 minutes drive from Port Macquarie. The camp area includes a camp shed, where campers can make use of the picnic table, stainless steel food preparation bench and camp fire pit. There are only 2 sites available with power. Please select power as an ad on extra when booking. Port a loos are available for Hire. If you have 3 or more children please call me for a discount. Kids will love the farm tour and feeding of pigs, sheep and horses. It's an excellent area for mountain bike riding as well! Kayaks available for free. Don't have a caravan, we have partnered up with Wrighty's Caravan Hire & Repairs. linktr.ee/wrightyscaravans. They offer family caravans delivered, setup ready for you to enjoy. Pets allowed but you must discuss with owners prior to booking. Rules: 1. For the piece and quiet of other campers all check-ins must be before 7pm. Check ins after 8pm may be turned away in busy times. 2. No Fireworks - this is very unsettling for our livestock 3. 9pm quiet time. 4. No drones in the camping area, for the privacy of other campers 5. Generators are allowed for short period of time but not permitted after 8pm. 6. Dogs on leads when walking around the farm Rick and I thank you for your support in these matters.
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Ballengarra, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Biripi First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Rick & Cheryl M.Joined in May 2021
517 Ratings · 232 reviews
Kirsten T.
November 26, 2023
Site Three - No Power
Overall we had a good time. The scenery was lovely and peaceful. Unfortunately we were promised a farm tour for our 2 year old but it didn’t happen and we’re not sure why. We briefly saw the host on our first evening.
Graeme R.recommends
November 21, 2023
Site 1 - Power
Motorhome Rural Stay
Site 1 and 2 are easily accessible in a FWD motorhome. We are on a Renault Master with little ground clearance and there had also been light rain. Our site was quite level and while adjacent the river you couldn’t really see the river due to the scrub outside the fence on the riverbank. The site was also about 5m above the water. The river was quite accessible but there isn’t much of a bank area adjacent the water. We stayed midweek and it was very quiet.
Brett S.recommends
November 18, 2023
Site Seven - No power
We loved staying here, very peaceful with a great bush/ river walk. Visited by wrens and a opossum. Easy drive towing a caravan and Rick & Cheryl made us feel welcome.
Codie L.recommends
November 11, 2023
Site Eight - No power
Nice quiet camp by the river, got to feed all the farm animals also, will be back 🙂
Linda M.recommends
October 29, 2023
Site Eight - No power
Thank you Rick and Cheryl, we had a wonderful time would definitely come back again.
Lyn R.recommends
October 23, 2023
Site Nine- No power
Such a relaxing and peaceful environment. The river was low but still plenty of water to cool off on a hot day, so refreshing. After chatting to Rick we ended up setting up on site 2 to give space to fellow campers on site 6 & 7. Site 2 is close to the road but over 3 days only saw 2 cars, so not an issue at all, and a cute family of blue wrens living in the shrubs entertained us. Only 25mins drive to Wauchope or 30mins to Port. We would definitely recommend staying here.
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