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Nymboida Tiny Yoga Retreat

South Grafton, New South Wales
206 acres hosted by James T.
1 lodging site · 10 Vehicle/Tent sites
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Enjoy the comforts of home at some sites—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
The Nymboida Tiny Yoga Retreat sits on 200 acres of pristine forest in a private subtropical valley, at the foothill hinterland of the Great Divide near Coffs Harbour NSW. We offer camping and indoor accommodation. Our property is totally secluded, we have a fruit orchard and vegetable garden, with camping available away from the house in your own secluded area. There is a dam to swim in. Relax around the crackling campfire in the evenings as you gaze at the night skies. Please note campfires are subject to firebans. There are bush walking trails, forest views, plenty of National Parks nearby in millions of acres of forest. Kayaking is available on the Nymboida River. The Retreat is vegan, vegetarian and there is a no meat, no alcohol, no drug policy. Yoga and meditation classes, massage, Ascension healing also available. Catering vegan meals also possible. Tank water is available for drinking. Campers must bring their own camping toilet and take the waste away. See www.dumppoints.com to find a dump point near you. We also offer indoor accommodation at our stunning Yoga Retreat pole house. Guests here will have access to fully contained accommodation including full bathroom amenities, lounge, kitchen and dining room. The views here are stunning.
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South Grafton, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Gumbaynggirr First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by James T.Joined in September 2022
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