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Stoney Creek

· Boolambayte, New South Wales
70 acres hosted by Knowla K.
35 Vehicle/Tent sites
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
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Stoney Creek is on 70 acres, in the middle of the national park, and offers campers a beautiful mixture of rainforested areas and clear grassed paddocks, just 1 hour from Newcastle. It's very peaceful here, with options for bushwalking and birdwatching. Creeks run through the property, providing some lovely areas to explore. Stoney Creek is also the closest property to the famous Grandis - the biggest tree in NSW! There are portable toilet facilities available. Showers are made available by appointment only. Please ask. Large swimming lagoon for the kids - please just ensure they are supervised around the dam at all times. Dogs welcome.New campgrounds with options for sunny or shady sites, suitable for swags, tents, caravans, motorhomes etc. All types of camping set ups! Helpful Hosts are available to provide local knowledge and info on the area. The area is very quiet, with plenty of space to find your own private nook, which you are welcome to choose on arrival.
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71 Ratings · 50 reviews
Cindy K.recommends
April 3, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
100% recommend
Spectacular spot, wide open, flat ground, but on different levels so lots of space and private nooks. The miniature ponies are very friendly and came to say hello. Would absolutely stay here again, Knowla was a very friendly host, and had thought of everything - hammocks, firepits, fresh water drinking containers, lots of seating options for around a fire. The lilpond/lagoon is gorgeous and we loved the animals roam free.
Jane C.recommends
April 3, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
We loved camping at Stoney Creek! Knowla was a great host. My kids loved seeing the cows and horses on the property! Such a lovely spot. We’d definitely camp here again!
Nick M.recommends
April 2, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
The campground was amazing, big, flat areas to camp and not be near people. There were 4 or 5 other families near us and all the kids played together on the play equipment provided by Knowla and had plenty of room to run around. There’s firewood everywhere so no problems making a fire to cook and cozy up by.
James B.recommends
April 2, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
Had a great trip with the kids, Knowla was very accommodating and made us feel welcome on our Easter holiday! Beautiful grass and roaming cows and horses were a special treat for our kids. Would definitely stay again.
Brent S.recommends
April 1, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
Plenty of space and clean
Beautiful property with plenty of space for kids to play and explore on the freshly cut grass! Knowla did a great job keeping the toilets clean and functional. She even supplied fire wood which was a great bonus :-)
Kara D.recommends
March 31, 2024
Stoney Creek Camping
Relaxing Spot
Amazing location and very peaceful. Plenty of room to set up camp wherever you please, and Knowla was super lovely and accommodating.
Boolambayte, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Guringai and Worimi First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Knowla K.Joined in November 2022
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