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Rainbow Glen

· Kangaroo Creek, New South Wales
157 acres hosted by Irene H.
2 Vehicle/Tent sites
We are a wildlife sanctuary located 60 minutes from Coffs Harbour and 20 minutes from Grafton and 40 minutes to Minnie Water Wooli or Nymboida. This private and tranquil bush property is available for self contained campers and has 2 sites available, accessible preferably by 4WD, however if a dry season then 2WD is a possibility. Private campfires are permitted when no fireban is in place and there is plenty of firewood available at no additional charge. We are able to assist in making your stay extra special. Some optional Extras include: Creative art Workshops (please enquire for more information) Guided walks are also available. Hosts are relaxed and only ask that you respect the land, leave no trace at your campsite and take all rubbish with you. If you have any questions please contact us.
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Kangaroo Creek, 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 Irene H.Joined in April 2022
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within an hour
2 Ratings · 1 review
Ste A.recommends
January 3, 2023
Wildlife Sanctuary
Relaxing, Peaceful and Private
What A Fantastic Experience My wife and I had staying at Wildlife Sanctuary. Irene greeted us upon arrival with her husband Terry, they offered us a couple of places to camp, which was nice. Once decided they showed us were the long drop was and we were camping. We took our Jayco Swan. Set her up and off we went adventuring there amazing property. The creek was great, refreshing and relaxing. We we're looking for somewhere private and peaceful and this place delivers. We will definitely be going back if they'll have us 😀
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