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Kooinda Farm

· Eungai Creek, New South Wales
100 acres hosted by Linda C.
6 Vehicle/Tent sites · 1 Caravan site
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100 acre farm of mixed native bush and orchard plantings, with a mixture of secluded camp areas for campers with their own amenities and sites with facilities. The Woodland Lakeside campsite is currently the only campsite with a toilet. From late Oct we will have new sites available with compost toilets and showers. We have two beautiful dams that are great for kayaking and swimming, and creek frontage where you can fish. Beautiful views of Yarrahapinni Mountain to the east and hills out to the west. There are 40 acres of bushland to go walkabout. Geese and ducks free range the property and feeding time visits can be arranged. We are just 1.5km of single track gravel road to the Pacific Highway with good access for all types of vehicles. There is a choice of private campsites either by the dam or the creek with no other campers in sight! We are also creating a multi site area at the Woodland Ridgetop with a camp kitchen, compost toilets and showers. This will be available to be booked as a large group area or as 4 individual sites from late Oct. One of these sites will be beautiful glamping bell tents. Drinking water (tank water) is available from an outdoor tap at the farmhouse, as long as we have had sufficient rainfall. Please check in advance if you require water. Campers MUST have their own self contained amenities for the Creek Camp, and the 2 Parking Sites, and leave no trace. There is a toilet dump point for chemical toilets in Macksville, 10 mins away. All he sites are dog friendly as long as all dog poo is cleared up. 20 mins to Scotts Head and Grassy Head beaches and Yarrahapinni National Park. State Forest on the doorstep with motorbike trails heading out to the west. The farm is 5 minutes from the Eungai Buffallo Farm cafe. There is also farm produce available for sale - collect fresh eggs for breakfast!
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Eungai Creek, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Dainggatti First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Linda C.Joined in December 2018
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
196 Ratings · 158 reviews
Geoff S.recommends
November 25, 2023
Creek Flats Camp
Seclusion and serenity
Great secluded camp spot, lots of available fire wood 🪵. Excellent friendly host will definitely be back.
Max A.recommends
November 21, 2023
Creek Flats Camp
Perfect spot! Private with large open area by creek, with fireplace and lots of wood around. Gorgeous property, lovely host. Will definitely be back.
Luca B.recommends
November 7, 2023
Woodland Ridgetop Site 1
I stayed for a night, and Linda was a great host. Weather wasn't great, so she made available facilities that were not included in my booking. Will be back for sure!
Ve M.recommends
October 14, 2023
Woodland Lakeside
Great hosts. Lovely property. Would definitely stay again.
Jessica M.recommends
October 8, 2023
Park Site by the dam
Park by the Dam would be good for a group of people in caravans. We were lucky enough to be moved to creek site which was divine. It was a lovely private spot to camp with the dogs or with a group.
Anthony S.recommends
October 4, 2023
Woodland Lakeside
Second stay here and it was fantastic. Linda is an excellent host and responds to any issues quickly and efficiently. Highly recommended.
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