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Tyringham River Camp

· Tyringham, New South Wales
450 acres hosted by Nick F.
1 lodging site · 3 Vehicle/Tent sites
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at some sites.
Located in Tyringham, just 25 minutes West of Dorrigo we have 2 main campsites on our working beef cattle property. Site 1 - The riverside camp is accessible by 4WD only. ***mud tyres/ winches are not needed unless the conditions are really poor***. Site 2 - Our hilltop site is accessible with most vehicles and in most conditions. Firewood is included and will be dropped off at the campsite. Site 1 - Our riverside sites offer a large grass field with river frontage in a totally off grid location. Campers will have the river flat location all to themselves. The farm itself has some lovely bushwalking trails and there are some fishing spots along the river. Relax around your campfire in the evenings. Campers wishing to book the riverside must be self-sufficient as there are no facilities at this site. Campers must take their rubbish with them on departure. Pets are welcome. Site 2 - Our hilltop campsite is easy to access and has great views over the local valley. It is very close to our on-farm cabin and use of the amenities block at our cabin can be arranged with prior notice. Things to do around Tyringham We are just 25 odd minutes from Dorrigo where you can find the Dorrgio National Park which is full of lovely rainforest walks, beautiful scenery, and stunning waterfalls. Dangar Falls is a popular stopping point for photography lovers and another great area to swim/ explore. We are also 20 minutes from Ebor. Another great spot for fishing. Mainly trout. Cathedral rock national Park is a 10 minute drive past Ebor and offers some amazing bushwalking trails that are worth doing while in the area. You can find us on instagram @paloma_tyringham
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Tyringham, 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 Nick F.Joined in July 2021
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 5 hours
13 Ratings · 7 reviews
Ross M.recommends
October 1, 2023
Site 1 - Tyringham River Camp
Great grassy camp, beautiful flowing river with a good swimming hole. Host's were awesome and dropped off a load of quality firewood. We'll be back for sure.
Rob E.recommends
April 13, 2023
Tyringham River Camp
Great spot
A great campsite about 20m from the rivers edge. There was a large shelter, the campsite mowed and plenty of firewood upon arrival. Nestled amongst the surrounding mountains it was a nice a secluded position. We caught an Eel in the nearby deep hole which was grea. Nick was a great host, very welcoming and happy to help. Highly recommend.
Seb W.recommends
April 18, 2022
Tyringham River Camp
stayed two nights at this spot, great views over the hill & a nice spot over within the paddock. easy access & fire wood was provided. great area to enjoy some self sufficient camping with friends & family. will be back !!
Cameron M.recommends
January 18, 2022
Tyringham farm stay
Awesome place. Beautiful land and very peaceful. No problems with anything at all. Cows were very curious of us too which was fun to watch
Luke W.recommends
January 12, 2022
Tyringham River Camp
Unreal spot
Unreal part of the world, incredible drive there and what a perfect piece of land to camp on. Nick met us at the top of his property and guided us down to the rivers edge, where your in a amazing open grass field. Option to fish and swim or just be relaxed in a really secluded environment. 4wd is a must particularly if it has been wet, mud tyres and Winch recommended
Evan C.recommends
January 4, 2022
Tyringham farm stay
Great place for a night or two . Fantastic bathroom 👌
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