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Copp Kay Farm

Burrell Creek, New South Wales
50 acres hosted by Yvonne T.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Quiet Location on a 50 acre farm, running cattle. Camp near the creek amongst the gum trees. If you are lucky you might see a koala, wallaby or echidna. Dirt bike / mountain bike track on site catering for all levels. Only 10 minutes to Kiwarrak Mountain bike track. Easy 15 minute drive to great coffee shops in Wingham, golf courses and have a swim in Wingham pool. 20 minutes to Taree. 40 minutes to Forster's beautiful beaches. Only 20 minutes to Old Bar beaches Or just chill and soak up the serenity. Campfires allowed. Take a 1 hour drive up the highway to Port Macquarie. Do some wine tasting and have lunch at Cassegrain Winery. You can even have a horse ride through the vines. There are no toilets or access to electricity.Self sufficient site. No water, electricity, bathroom facilities. Flat site. Easy access. Dogs OK as long as restrained. Loads of space and around 300m from main house.
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Burrell Creek, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Guringai and Biripi First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Yvonne T.Joined in November 2021
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