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Cullendore High Country

· Cullendore, New South Wales
4000 acres hosted by Wendy B.
50 Vehicle/Tent sites
Private sites
100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Cullendore High Country has been operating as an established campground since 2015. We are a 4000 acre working cattle property and campground only two and a half hours from Brisbane. We are located in the picturesque, temperate high country only a 30 minute drive from Warwick, QLD. Campers have access to our property, as well as the neighbouring Maryland National Park. Our focus is to provide a quiet family-friendly venue. The space and quiet of our campground allows visitors to interact with the many native birds and animals that frequent the campground, providing a unique backdrop to an authentic bush experience. Campers can enjoy relaxing around their campfire in the bush, with firepits available at each site. This is combined with the luxury of flushing toilets and hot, gas-heated showers. To make the most of our peace and tranquillity, campsites are scattered in secluded areas throughout the property. There are 4 main camping areas, The Forest Camp, The Creek Camp, The Mountain Camp and The Overflow, each offering something different. We have smaller sites, suitable for a couple, a family or a few friends through to larger sites for groups and all sites have been levelled for a comfortable stay. We cater for all forms of camping including tents, camper trailers and caravans. The campground is accessible by 2WD and 4WD vehicles and firewood, ice and drinking water is available from our office. We are only a 30 minute drive to many local attractions located around Stanthorpe and Killarney. We are a pet-free campground.
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Cullendore, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Bundjalung First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Wendy B.Joined in November 2022
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 6 hours
50 Ratings · 26 reviews
Rory And Sue P.recommends
October 10, 2023
The Egret Site
We absolutely fell in love with Stuart & Wendy’s amazing property. There are so many sites to choose from…not a bad site. Stuart & Wendy were fantastic and the hot outdoor showers are a cool experience. The wildlife was amazing too….we will definitely be back again and again. Thanks Sue & Rory Pratt
Cat B.recommends
October 9, 2023
Site 38 - Creek Camp
Loved this place so much. Peace and quiet and the land has been kept with love and care. Highly recommend
Tim C.recommends
October 8, 2023
The Kingfisher Site
Great location
Beautiful countryside and so quiet. So many different animals will come out if you stay quiet and use a bit of light discipline.
Mark S.recommends
October 4, 2023
Site 64 - Overflow Camp
We stayed at the Kestral site and besides a few cars driving down and ignoring the sign it was very secluded, flat, spacious, great views of the sky's and the creek although smaller than expected was very clear and cool. 4wd is recommended to access site. Showers, toilets and powered area were all well kept and clean. Overall 10/10 would recommend anyone to stay.
Roger M.recommends
October 3, 2023
The Eaglehawk Site
This is essential Australia!
Wow! We loved the views and spacious campsites! Wendy and Stewart very welcoming and have worked hard to make this possibly one of Australia’s most amazing natural campgrounds! Spotless amenities in the bush too! Last night we went spotlighting and saw Sugergilders, echidnas, wallabies and possums!
Lava Y.recommends
October 2, 2023
The Kookaburra Site
Clean and Quiet with lots of birds
Wendy’s pleasant welcome when we first arrived at the campground office was a great start to our camping trip. The campground is really big but still extremely well organized and well maintained – which must be a lot of work. The facilities such as toilets and showers are very clean – which is a key criterion for my wife whenever we go camping. The main kitchen/dishwashing facility alongside the wedding venue/ structure (in the forest camp area) is absolutely beautiful. We looked at some of the wedding photos on the campground website when we got home, and they are amazing. The site we chose ‘honeyeater’ is close to the showers and toilets, but a bit exposed without trees to provide shade especially during the afternoons. We did go on an extensive tour around the numerous corners of the campground and found plenty of really good sites. We have made a note of them for our next trip. Due to the size of the campground there is plenty of privacy for campers but one of the best things is just how quiet it is from human sounds. The place hosts plenty of wildlife; particularly birdlife, so there is always bird sounds filling up the air. We were quite excited to have a Northern brown bandicoot and a Rufous rat-kangaroo visit our camp at night. We didn’t know what exactly they were until we went through the wildlife list provided on the campground website. Finally, the proximity to Stanthorpe is a wonderful bonus where we spent a good part of a day visiting the various attractions.
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