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NullaNulla Blacksmiths Retreat

· Macksville, New South Wales
25 acres hosted by Wen M.
3 Vehicle/Tent sites
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at some sites.
We are here to live in symbiosis with nature To wake with the sun and melodious bird song To sleep once the shadows are too long to work To grow trees and plants, some to eat, some to be part of the earth. To be nourished from and in turn nourish the soil To drink from the sacred quartz crystal waterway To ground our earthy souls And for you and your tribe we offer an exclusive magical camping spot nestled deep in a small clearing in forested rolling hills circled by a sparkling rivulet Come rekindle life's authentic meaning for an experience that transcends the usual and fires the soul with nourishment offerings forest walks, crystal clear water bird song natural food hampers massages and meditation yoga inspiration all welcome Primitive composting toilet on all of the 3 spots. Tribe of up to 4 adults (all school age children are free) for a base rate per night , extra adult tribes members extra. OFFERINGS HIGH VIBRATIONAL FOOD FARM PRODUCE As we are a regenerative organic farm, we are happy to be able to offer chemical free produce, let Wen know if you wish a fresh garden produce hamper packed in an esky with ice for your stay $75 HOMESTEAD KITCHEN FIELD TO FORK GARDEN RESTURANT Make a booking to enjoy a high vibrational Ayurvedic breakfast, lunch or dinner under the dappled sun or starlight. HEALING EVOLUTION MEDITATION Pre book a restorative soul uplifting forest meditation session with Wen. Breath-work, restorative movements, meditation guidance through a mindful calming reset, releasing any clutter, stresses, negative thought patterns as we journey together into a deep state relaxation . Empower a radicle transformation with Tibetan sound bowls and medicine drums to harmonize your vibration, and the integration of a head, shoulder and limb massage in the pure majesty of nature. $150 per session 1 - 6 folks THERAPUTIC MASSAGE Pre-book a beautiful deep relaxing on the creek bank or even in the creek so you can watch the flow of crystal clear water over the crystal quartz stones , with our retreat massage therapist – Kerrianne, concluding with sound bowl and Reiki healing. 1 1/2 hours =$150 or $280 for a couple Message to Book ahead , and payment in cashey is awesome
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Macksville, 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 Wen M.Joined in August 2018
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 12 hours
16 Ratings · 12 reviews
Sarah Y.recommends
October 1, 2023
Laughing Kookaburra Creekside
Big, beautifully shaded and private
We really loved this campsite. We were four families staying together; adults, teens, kids and dogs. We stayed at the site called the Ephiphyte forest. Think of numerous beautiful staghorns and elkhorns high in the trees. It was very private, no other families, with a big, shaded area and a clear creek running alongside. We did lots of swimming and exploring. Directions were clear and accurate.
Marion K.recommends
April 10, 2023
Laughing Kookaburra Creekside
Such a beautiful spot, so peaceful. Life slowed down, just what we all needed. 🙂
Jolene C.recommends
January 5, 2023
Long lap Platypus pool
What a beautiful little spot! The campsite was perfect for us. Whilst not 100% private, its still very quite and peaceful! The water trickling past was just gorgeous and being able to have a dip in the river was amazing! Wen was lovely and made us feel very welcome! We wanted to kayak further down but big trees blocked the path after heavy rains, hopefully next time we can explore further! We are already discussing when we can return. Thank you Wen for sharing such special spot!
Jenny E.recommends
December 7, 2022
Laughing Kookaburra Creekside
Fabulous Nulla Nulla
What a magical place to camp in a pristine environment. The creek is cool (but not too cool) and clear, the birds are beautiful, and we even saw a platypus at dusk. Wen is a superb host who makes you feel welcome and cared for. We hope this will be the first of many visits.
Rachael K.recommends
June 18, 2022
Laughing Kookaburra Creekside
Great for groups
Just want to thank Wen for an amazing long weekend. We have a group of 8 girls turn up for a unique winter getaway and it was everything we imagined and more. The water was fresh and clean, we had a whole paddock to ourselves. And we even paid for Wen to run a little Yoga session, which was 100% worth the money - We all felt so zen and relaxed afterwards. Being Winter I expected there to be a huge frost in the morning, but not a single bit in the 3 nights we stayed, which was amazing! We will 100% be back!
Jason M.doesn't recommend
January 2, 2022
Platypus Pool
Would never go back
Unfortunately my partner and I were pretty unhappy with the campsite we got for the amount of money we paid ($125 a night plus fees). It was basically an un-maintained piece of grass right beside the main road next to the bridge. The only good part was the river. We were told they’d bring firewood down to us and I asked for a veggie basket which I never ended up receiving. After waiting till almost dark for the firewood, Jason ended up going back up to ask for it and she just told him to get the wheelbarrow and bring it down himself. We built our own fire pit with rocks from the river cause there was nothing there for a fire. We paid for 3 nights and ended up leaving after 2 and went to a different campsite. I tried texting Wen after we left explaining why we were unhappy and I have received zero response back. Over all we felt very ripped off and hope to warn people to not go to platypus pool.
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