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Wingfield Farm

· Tenterfield, New South Wales
260 acres hosted by Murray R.
3 Vehicle/Tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
Equestrian sites
Gallop in! Some sites cater to Hipcampers on horseback.
260 acres on the top of the great dividing range. At about 1000 metres, there is a mix of beautiful creeks, tall timbers, granite outcrops and abundant bird life. Operated as a mixed farming operation, there are great trail rides around the property. Bring your horse and enjoy our property and the adjoining state forest for long relaxing rides. The property is located 15kms from Rocky River and 15kms from Tenterfield itself.Beautiful quiet camp site 16kms from Tenterfield on the way to Rocky Creek. An abundance of birds and wildlife, Wingfield is a very quiet place to unwind. Cycle or horse ride around the property or along the local road. Tenterfield offers a variety of coffee and dining alternative of head off to the Granite Belt for some great wine tasting which is about 45 minutes away.
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5 Ratings · 4 reviews
Abby G.recommends
April 2, 2024
Wingfield tent or RV site
Awesome views, great escape & so private. Night stars, campfires, bushwalks & morning mist. Magic spot. Saw lyrebirds, wallabies & beautiful sunsets.
Susan D.recommends
March 31, 2024
Wingfield tent or RV site
Very relaxing views…welcoming host Murray. Saw two deers on arrival waiting close by.
Bruce M.recommends
January 7, 2024
Wingfield tent or RV site
Second time staying here and beautiful as usual. The ride out from Tenterfield on Billirimba rd as always, was awash with parrots, kangaroos and this time, three wedgetail eagles. And that's before you set up camp at Wingfield, which is at the moment a sea of green. One spot, all to yourself and you can wander throughout the 300 acres. Thoroughly recommended.
Bruce M.recommends
December 3, 2023
Wingfield tent or RV site
What an incredible place to stay! Only 20 minutes out of Tenterfield, Wingfield sits up on the Great Dividing Range and was beautiful and green when we camped on the first weekend in December. Driving east along Billirimba road through pastoral lands, the road turns to gravel, but it's smoothly graded and any vehicle could tackle the easy 3km of dirt. If you're camping you probably have a 4wd or SUV and will barely noticed the transition. Turning into the property, the camp site is on the left and you choose any spot in the first paddock. We nestled down the slope a little as there was a fair breeze blowing. Once set up we wandered up to the horses and explored the property a little. We met Murray the owner the second day and he encouraged us to explore any of the 300 acre farm, and the pinnacle. You'll share your space with plenty of wallabies and kangaroos, plus the variety of parrots that inhabit the eastern ranges of this region. Tenterfield is close enough for you to drop in to pick up supplies, or if you're addicted to caffeine like us, head to Bad Manners and grab some doughnuts and a coffee. This is a perfect spot to escape from the noise of city life, and at under 4 hours from Brisbane, the perfect spot to recharge.
Tenterfield, New South Wales, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Bundjalung First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Murray R.Joined in November 2022
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