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Earls Farm

Kiah, New South Wales
40 acres hosted by Jesse And Jo G.
2 Vehicle/Tent sites
Welcome to Earls Farm - River retreat Only 12km south of Eden, this eco friendly, off-grid tiny house, covered in wildlife paintings, offers a unique rustic charm. Situated at the unspoiled Kiah/Towamba River, guests may enjoy swimming, fishing, paddling and bushwalking without the crowds, and/or relax and enjoy birdwatching in a private tranquil setting. On a clear night gaze at the stars from your bed.One of two private campgrounds situated next to a tidal inlet of the unspoiled Kiah River. The main river is a 200m walk, where guests can enjoy swimming, fishing, kayaking etc away from the crowds. A composting toilet between the two campgrounds is provided, otherwise the sites are designed for off-grid self sufficient campers. There are steep areas on the 2km bush track in, so 4wd is strongly recommended for wet weather. We do have an alternate area on higher ground for random situations.
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Kiah, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Yuin and Bidwell First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jesse And Jo G.Joined in December 2019
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