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Kamameja Remote Bush Camp

· Singleton, New South Wales
705 acres hosted by Ian And Sue J.
7 Vehicle/Tent sites · 16 tent sites
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Kamameja is 705 acres of mountainous wilderness purchased by Ian and Sue in 1983. We are located in the Upper Hunter region of NSW, near Jerrys Plains in a remote location with approximately 22 km of gravel Commission access road that winds through some stunning mountain ranges. Please note you need to pass through private property and national park to reach our location - shut all gates that you come through, respect national park rules and drive to conditions. We recommend accessing our property by 4wd only as the road is narrow, not regularly maintained and not suitable for large vehicles or caravans. The extensive trail network is available to ride or walk and are included in the camping fees. For the gravity junkies MTB shuttles can be booked as an extra on checkout and the timing of these need to be organised with the owners.
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52 Ratings · 28 reviews
Elyse D.recommends
April 29, 2024
The Point
10/10 would recommend!
Had such a lovely trip! The views are stunning and it’s such a great place to just take in the Australian bush. 100% will be coming back again! We stayed at the point which was stunning with the sunsets. The point is definitely a bit rocky in some areas so a decent mattress is recommended. Definitely requires a 4WD with some of the steep inclines on the gravel roads; we did it when it was dry and it was a lovely scenic drive. Toilet is kept immaculately! Owners were very kind and gave some great tips. Looking forward to our next trip back!
Helena N.recommends
April 3, 2024
Round the Back
peaceful & Picturesque
Peaceable and picturesque site. Felt like we were part of nature. Had an awesome time healing and relaxing.
Nathan D.recommends
April 1, 2024
The Point
Our family of 5 stayed at The Point on the ridge top and loved it. Woke up to fog filled valleys every morning and watched the sun set over the mountains every night. All the sites are remote and secluded with plenty of space. Both Ian and sue are most welcoming and great hosts. Recommend staying if you like to get out bush. Plenty of walking and 4pm tracks to explore. Need to supply your own water.
Trichia P.recommends
April 1, 2024
Main camping area - The Oval
Stayed here for 2 nights and Def one of the best camping spot. the drive to the camp site was just amazing! beautiful views and we also felt like we Have the whole campsite to ourselves . Host was very friendly and welcoming as well. Would love to come back here again soon!!
Johnny P.recommends
April 1, 2024
MTB Trail head lower
Good place, nice and quiet, barely saw anyone the entire time I was there. The last 30 mins on the road in is quite bumpy, I did fine in an AWD Tucson. Owner was great, highly recommended!
Mark M.recommends
February 22, 2024
Round the Back
Round the back is a great little spot. It is remote enough to unwind while still close enough to great toilet amenities. I have visited this spot a few times and it is awesome value for money eyes and an amazing area to explore with natural beauty of the landscape and amazing wildlife. I look forward to going g back again
Singleton, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Wonnarua First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Ian And Sue J.Joined in April 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 2 hours
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