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Glenduart Farm Riverside Campsites

· Broulee, New South Wales
140 acres hosted by Debra S.
6 Vehicle/Tent sites
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Welcome to our spacious riverside camp sites on the banks of the beautiful Moruya river in the South Coast of New South Wales! Glenduart Farm Riverside camps are the perfect location for enjoying the camp, or as a base for exploring the local area. We are located just a short distance from town, where you can find a range of shops, restaurants and cafes. If you love markets, you're in luck! There are plenty of local markets in the area, including the Moruya Country Markets which are held every Saturday. You can also visit the Moruya Farmers Market, held on Tuesday afternoons, or the nearby Tilba Market, held on Saturday mornings. The tiny nearby town of Bodalla boasts a magnificent dairy with cheese tasting (try the lemon myrtle!) and interactive calf feeding daily at 10am and 4pm. If you want a few pints and great meal, the ribs at the Adelaide Hotel are magnificent (although only available seasonally) and a courtesy bus is available from the entrance to the property. There are plenty of tourist attractions to explore in the area, including the stunning Eurobodalla National Park, the historic town of Mogo and the renowned Mogo Zoo. For those who love the outdoors, the Moruya river is perfect for fishing, kayaking and swimming. If you're looking for natural beauty, you'll be spoilt for choice. Take a drive along the coast and discover beautiful, secluded beaches, or explore the nearby forests and waterfalls. Our riverside camp sites are great for large or small groups boasting generously sized and spaced grassed sites offering beautiful views of the abundant Moruya river along with individual firepits* Whatever your interests, Glenduart Farm Riverside Camps are the perfect place to relax and enjoy all that the South Coast has to offer. THE IMPORTANT STUFF: ACCESS: As you enter the property, you'll find yourself driving down an unsealed dirt road, before embarking on approx 100 meters of fairly flat to gently sloping paddocks. We recommend 4WD or AWD vehicles to access, however will leave this to your discretion. PETS: We are a working farm with horses and cows that are easily spooked and we only allow dogs under very (very) special circumstances. Please send an enquiry if you wish to bring a furbaby along, but as a rule, we do not allow dogs on the property. AMENITIES: There are no drinking water or electricity provisions on site. There is a toilet provided with walking distance to all sites. Our future campers and native wildlife request that you keep your business contained to onboard toilets, porta potties or the toilet provided. Under NO circumstances are toilet cassettes to be emptied in or around the river or campsites. RIVER ACCESS: Our large sites offer sweeping views and great fishing however the banks are raised and will require some tenacity if you wish to swim or pop a kayak in. You can however moore small watercraft including boats & jetskis after putting them in at the boat ramp a short drive up the river. FENCING: We have farm fencing in place between the camp sites and the river bank, however we advise small children be monitored as there are several open access points along the riverbank. As mentioned, we are a working farm using gates and fences to contain our livestock. As a rule, leave all gates as you find them (eg: if you open a gate, close it after you. If its already open, leave it open) WILDLIFE: You'll see huge wombat holes all along the river bank - although tempting for the kids, please refrain from digging these out further as our wombats still use them as houses and they contribute to riverbank erosion. You may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of our fabled red stag in the evenings and will see an array of beautiful birds and other native animals that share our property. Please note: Any form of animal cruelty will not be tolerated and there is no hunting allowed on the property. *FIRES: Govt / weather restrictions permitting. Maybe lit in designated firepit areas only - BYO Firewood. A small wood pile is provided to each camp on arrival to get you started and provide a modest fire for the night, however chopped firewood is available by the bag or wheelbarrow on a cash basis. $25 for a large bag - $50 for a barrow. Let us know in your booking if you'd like us to arrange to have purchased firewood on site for when you arrive.
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76 Ratings · 64 reviews
Ray M.recommends
June 23, 2024
Rivercamp 1.
Quiet camping
Great spot. Very quiet yet I still got phone service. Fishing wasn't as good as I had hoped but the river was beautiful.
Shaun W.recommends
June 11, 2024
Rivercamp 1.
We arrived late Friday night on the long weekend and found the directions and our site easy. On arrival the hosts had left fire wood to get us started. The next day we woke to amazing river view and lush farm camping area with portaloos and large camping sites. We were in caravan and had plenty of room each site has own fire pit and very large. . The hosts were super friendly and came n meet a greet us and made us feel very welcome. They maintained the loos each day and gave us a friendly wave. This is the best hipcamp we been too with river front view along with their beautiful surrounding land looking at their horses and wildlife. We even got our kayak out on the river and relaxed by the fire. Moruya only 5 min drive and close to beaches and shops . Great location and very very quiet and relaxing. Highly recommend . Thanks for having us
Allan L.recommends
April 29, 2024
River Camp 6.
Great place to camp close to CBR
What a great place to camp. Very quiet and peaceful. The ground was only gently sloping making setting up a breeze. The grass was freshly mown. The porta-loos were clean and close and not stinky at all. Access was easy with fresh gravel to cover up the boggy ground. The campsites were far enough apart that no-one disturbed anyone else. The fisher people at the next campsite shared their catch with us, which was a real highlight. There was morning shade and lots of afternoon sun to recharge the batteries. The cows on the other side of the river did moo a bit, but hey, it's the country. Access to the river was fine at high tide, but a bit muddy at low tide. It is conveniently close to Moruya to buy replacement parts that fail. Went to The River restaurant one night ... could have ridden our bikes, but driving was quicker and there was a bit of mist on the way back, so glad we drove. We went kayaking upstream on the Moruya River one day and down the river the next. We picked the tides right, so it was an easy paddle. The water was cold, but luckily it was only the SUP paddlers who fell in. We also rode up the drive and headed along Larrys Mountain Road and then Maulbrooks Road to the Mogo Mountain Bike park. Easy ride, no traffic, great views. Will definitely go back.
Georgia B.recommends
April 29, 2024
Rivercamp 5.
Great spot!
Absolutely perfect!! Would highly recommend, we had a great spot and even caught some fish! Debra came down to say howdy and was really friendly! Easy access too!
Julie B.recommends
April 29, 2024
Rivercamp 2.
Beautiful spot
We had a wonderful stay on Debra’s land. Beautiful spot. Close enough to town to pick up supplies. Firewood available. Hosts were great !! Would highly recommend
James P.recommends
April 29, 2024
Rivercamp 2.
Highly recommend
Perfect spot by the river, very quiet and great fishing. Would definitely stay again!
Broulee, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Yuin First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Debra S.

Joined in March 2023
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