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Stokers Siding

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· Stokers Siding, New South Wales
12 acres hosted by Garry G.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
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Amazing views
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Our Hipcamp is set on 12 organic acres where you are free to explore the property's many walking tracks through the rainforest, orchards and gardens or just relax taking in the awesome views, wildlife, peace, and quiet. The secluded bush retreat is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Our goal is to offer you a delightful experience you will remember forever. Relax & enjoy our very special, secluded location providing a unique experience in a striking natural Australian environment. With stunning views & abundant wildlife, it’s hard to believe you are only 30 minutes from the Gold Coast and Byron Bay. Venture out and explore the Mount Warning/Northern Rivers area and discover some of the most beautiful countryside in Australia. Undulating hills in the remnants of the Mount Warning Wollumbin super-volcano give this area a unique revitalising feel and breath-taking beauty. Many locals live here for the lifestyle and many (including us) choose to be self-sufficient. The Tweed Valley boasts 30kms of uncrowded coastline, 14 national parks and reserves as well as 3 listed world heritage areas; so from the beaches to the lush rainforests, you will be spoilt for choice of things to do. Rich in history, vibrant with art and alive with culture the Tweed Valley has a smorgasbord of experiences to be enjoyed. A car is a necessity in this area, as public transport is quite scarce.  Cycling is popular in the area but you will need to be keen and fit as there are a lot of hills! If you are an Art lover, in Murwillumbah, (just a fifteen-minute drive) you will find the world-famous Tweed Regional Gallery. The gallery has recently gained great accolades for its latest acquisition – the Margaret Olley Wing, named in honour of one of Australia’s most famous artists. Take a short, scenic drive to any of the surrounding villages and you will find a range of cafes in charming settings. In most of the valley’s cafes and restaurants, an emphasis is placed on fresh ingredients and locally grown produce. The Village of Uki is a 15-minute drive away and has cafes as well as a weekly Farmer’s Market every Saturday. We are situated 30 minutes from Byron Bay by car and only 25 minutes from the Bluesfest site. In just a 20-minute gorgeous drive you can be walking on the uncrowded Wooyong Beach. Nimbin, Australia’s most famous ‘Alternative’ Town is a fifty-minute drive. We ask that you would treat our property as well or better than your own and expect our guests to be well behaved, and environmentally aware of our sustainable and quiet rural lifestyle. Please note this is not a 'party' site. We are designated 'Land for Wildlife' and so most suited to those who seek peace and quiet. Owing to the terrain, this property is not suitable for children, but adults are welcome to wander around the beautiful gardens. Very sorry but this site is not suitable for those who have to make use of a wheelchair. Campfires are allowed in the fire braziers provided. Firewood is supplied. To protect the abundant wildlife we also have to have a no pets policy.  Please note there is a 50-metre uphill incline of 15 degrees to access the site.  We look forward to meeting you soon :)Our Hipcamp is set on 12 organic acres where you are free to explore the property's many walking tracks through the rainforest, orchards and gardens or just relax taking in the awesome views, wildlife, peace, and quiet. The secluded bush retreat is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. EXCLUSIVE SITE BOOKING GUARANTEES YOUR TOTAL PRIVACY. Owing to the terrain, this property is not suitable for children and is strictly for adults only. Our goal is to offer you a delightful experience you will remember forever. Suitable for tents, RVs, camper trailers and caravans. See for miles in complete tranquility from your site, with a campfire, picnic table and toilet facilities right at your doorstep.  A truly magical place to escape from it all. High on a hill with views across the Caldera. Ideal for Retreats such as meditation, painting, photography, honeymoon and anything that is made better with peace and quiet. Base Price is $55/night private site for two people plus $25 per extra guest up Max of 10. Relax & enjoy our very special, secluded location providing a unique experience in a striking natural Australian environment. With stunning views & abundant wildlife, it’s hard to believe you are only 30 minutes from the Gold Coast and Byron Bay. Venture out and explore the Mount Warning/Northern Rivers area and discover some of the most beautiful countryside in Australia. Undulating hills in the remnants of the Mount Warning Wollumbin super-volcano give this area a unique revitalising feel and breathtaking beauty. Many locals live here for the lifestyle and many (including us) choose to be self-sufficient. The Tweed Valley boasts 30kms of uncrowded coastline, 14 national parks and reserves as well as 3 listed world heritage areas; so from the beaches to the lush rainforests, you will be spoilt for choice of things to do. Rich in history, vibrant with art and alive with culture the Tweed Valley has a smorgasbord of experiences to be enjoyed. A car is a necessity in this area, as public transport is quite scarce.  Cycling is popular in the area but you will need to be keen and fit as there are a lot of hills! If you are an art lover, in Murwillumbah, (just a fifteen-minute drive) you will find the world-famous Tweed Regional Gallery. The gallery has recently gained great accolades for its latest acquisition – the Margaret Olley Wing, named in honour of one of Australia’s most famous artists. Take a short, scenic drive to any of the surrounding villages and you will find a range of cafes in charming settings. In most of the valley’s cafes and restaurants, an emphasis is placed on fresh ingredients and locally grown produce. The Village of Uki is a 15-minute drive away and has cafes as well as a weekly Farmer’s Market every Saturday. We are situated 30 minutes from Byron Bay by car and only 25 minutes from the Bluesfest site. In just a 20-minute gorgeous drive you can be walking on the uncrowded Wooyong Beach. Nimbin, Australia’s most famous ‘Alternative’ Town is a fifty-minute drive. We ask that you would treat our property as well or better than your own and expect our guests to be well-behaved, and environmentally aware of our sustainable and quiet rural lifestyle. Please note this is not a 'party' site. We are designated 'Land for Wildlife' and so most suited to those who seek peace and quiet. Owing to the terrain, this property is not suitable for children, but adults are welcome to wander around the beautiful gardens. Very sorry but this site is not suitable for those who have to make use of a wheelchair. Campfires are allowed in the fire braziers provided. Firewood is supplied. To protect the abundant wildlife we also have to have a strict no pets policy.  Please note there is a 50-metre gravel uphill incline of 15 degrees to access the site.  which is no problem for a 2wd in the dry but if it has been raining a lot then a 2wd may have a problem! 4WD will be fine. When you make your booking request, please tell us if you are tent camping/van/caravan/camper trailer and is your vehicle 4wd or 2wd?  2-NIGHT MINIMUM STAY ON LONG WEEKENDS. Whilst we would love to have you stay longer, our maximum stay is only 2 nights in accordance with NSW State Camping Regulations. We look forward to meeting you soon :) STRA:  Exempt
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Cassie C.recommends
May 9, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
The camp-site was as pictured and a really lovely peaceful spot.
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Dennis T.recommends
May 7, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
What a fantastic spot Garry has. Well maintained, private with magnificent views. Garry's communication and local knowledge was great. A shame the weather wasn't on our side but I guess that just means we will have to go back again. Highly recommend.
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Lauren C.recommends
April 27, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
What a hidden gem of a spot! Garry was a fantastic host and his campsite is a must-visit. Complete privacy, exceptional wildlife & absolute tranquility. We’ll be back!
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Tom A.recommends
April 16, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
Great hip camp, great views, very tranquil and very quite. Host have everything set up perfect to make your stay comfortable. Very accomodating, and perfect location to all the major tourist destinations without being crowded in a concrete jungle. I’d highly recommend!
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Emily L.recommends
April 13, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
Garry’s land was pristine and picturesque. We were spoiled with views and serenity. A great place to fill our cups and explore the beauty of northern NSW! Thanks for looking after us Garry!
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Marion B.recommends
April 9, 2024
Stokers Siding Hilltop Bush Retreat
Amazing spot
Garry's place was truly close to Heaven on Earth. It had absolutely everything that you would need for a little escape from reality. An absolute gem of a camping spot. Garry himself was super helpful and understanding even when we caused some unnecessary hassle for him.🤍
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Stokers Siding, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Bundjalung and Yugambeh First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Garry G.Joined in May 2021
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