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Maalaabidi Naturist Farm Stay

· Coonabarabran, New South Wales
350 acres hosted by Graham K.
1 lodging site · 6 Vehicle/Tent sites
Clothing optional
Welcomes Hipcampers who prefer a clothing optional experience.
Creature comforts
Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Graham is a Star Host
Star Hosts are highly rated, responsive, and committed to providing incredible experiences.
Maalaabidi is a clothing-optional farm stay with a cabin, camping (limited power to some sites), an old hanger rec area with coffee bar, camp kitchen, antique machinery display, and a private 900mtr airstrip. You'll find great views and magical sunrises, a communal campfire, camp kitchen, hot showers, and toilets. Enjoy the recreation area where you can listen to music, get a real barista coffee or just sit around the campfire in the evening and look at the stars (we are in the astronomy capital of Australia). By day, stroll through the bush and enjoy the wildlife and wildflowers or take a drive to the many local attentions like the Warrumbungle National Park, The Sandstone Caves (a local Aboriginal significant site), Pilliga Pottery, or Crystal Kingdom. Whilst we are a clothing-optional venue, don't be discouraged if you are not one to bare all, just come with an open mind that is respectful of the choices and individuality of others.
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8 Ratings · 6 reviews
Andrew R.recommends
April 5, 2024
Maalaabidi Campground
Fantastic stay! Graham is incredibly accommodating, hot showers and a beautiful sky to watch at night. Will be back the first chance we get.
Venetia C.recommends
April 1, 2024
Maalaabidi Campground
Thanks for an amazing stay Graham!
Our stay at Maalaabidi was so much more than we had expected. A truly wonderful experience thanks for Graham's warm and generous hospitality, the facilities and setting. 'Know before you go' tips for Maalaabidi: #1. Do yourself a favour and take some time to hang with Graham. He's a treasure trove of cultural knowledge, an avid musician and an all round amazing human. My partner and I really enjoyed chatting to him and sharing stories. I not only learned so much, I felt I left with a new friend. #2. Don't pack the kitchen sink. The kitchen setup is fantastic and has pretty much everything including a fridge, kettle, stove, hot and cold water, plates, glasses, cooking utensils, basics like sugar and salt etc. #3. Bring cash for the honesty box. Graham has a proper coffee machine and makes a great coffee ($3), plus there's beers, home-harvested honey ($5) and if you're very lucky, a dinner on offer. On the Saturday we visited, there was a lamb roast, heaps of veg, plus trifle, fruit salad and ice cream all served buffet style and shared around the campfire. Great stuff! #4. Ask about the Dingo Den (the little cabin) in winter months as it looks like it'd be super cosy! It has full size bed, kitchenette, outdoor shower and toilet plus AC and a verandah. It's a good option for those who want to ease into trying out the Naturalist lifestyle. #5. Keep in mind Maalaabidi is a Naturalist "clothing optional" space, but it's totally ok to go at your own pace and ease into it.
Carlos F.recommends
April 1, 2024
Maalaabidi Campground
A great spot with a great host!
Graham is a great host who truely makes you feel welcome. He has a great soul and appreciates everyone he meets. He has an epic property. Plenty of space to pitch a tent. Great facilities, especially a warm showers. Stay nude or don’t, it’s a safe space for all. The Milky Way here is unreal!! On clear nights, it’s so clear you can see satellites moving and ‘shooting stars’. It’s a very special place my husband and I will be returning to in the near future. :)
Taylah Ann B.recommends
January 2, 2024
Maalaabidi Campground
Farm/bush camp under the stars
My husband and I had a great stay at Maalaabidi for a few nights. Graham and Janice were very accommodating hosts who were very welcoming and friendly from the get go. Surrounded by bushland and paddocks with views over the valley as far as you can see, at night the stars were incredible with the unobstructed view, staying here was a great place to get away from it all. The fully equipped kitchen made cooking all our meals easy. We can't fault maalaabidi in anyway and we will definitely be back in the future.
Deb H.recommends
December 20, 2023
Maalaabidi Campground
The host was lovely and the surrounds were very relaxing. We love our short stay, will be back again.
Jill H.recommends
December 3, 2023
Maalaabidi Campground
We will be back 😀
Super hosts, great showers, fantastic views. Cabin looks great. And you can be free and naked
Coonabarabran, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Kamilaroi First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Graham K.Joined in July 2023
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