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Mungay Mountain Views

100% (1)Mungay Creek, New South Wales
46.94995 acres hosted by Stephen And Kerrianne M.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
We organically grow and aim to be self-sustaining with seasonal fruits n veges. We are located up river in the Macleay Valley Food Bowl of NSW Australia. Up river in the Macleay Valley Food Bowl area we are away from city pollution, where the air and cloud water remains uncontaminated. Our produce/products have been awarded prizes when entered in the local shows in the region.  We do not use chemicals, pesticides or herbicides, just biodynamic and organic nutrients. Many of these are made on the farm. Our produce is grown with Love, hand tendered and cured naturally.Mungay Mountain offers lovely views even when fog, mist or clouds rolls in. We have one campsite available that allows you to take in the beautiful natural environment and outlook. We have an on-site caravan up closer to the bush that has views of the paddocks and the bush setting. Guests are required to be fully self sufficient with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. The dirt roads to the trig lookout are usually 2WD and views to the ocean are from there are amazing. The Macleay Valley hinterland is one of the last remote areas of mid-north of NSW between Kempsey and Armidale. Visitors to the area can enjoy fishing, kayaking, hiking plus there is so much more is on offer to the north, west or south. National Parks, State Forests and Nature reserves are abundant. Hat Head, South West Rocks, Nambucca, Georges Junction, Bellbrook or Port Macquarie are all within reach and offer beautiful beaches and rivers and more. While civilised shopping at Kempsey is about 30 minutes away. The local village of Willawarrin is just 6 kilometres away. No cats allowed, other pets via application only as we are a working farm.
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Mungay 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 Stephen And Kerrianne M.Joined in January 2022
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