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Yidaki Vibes

Nana Glen, New South Wales
2 acres hosted by Kristian B.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
Full caravan connections
Electrical, water, and sewage connections are available at all sites.
Nestled near the quaint country town of Coramba, New South Wales, and accepting just one booking at a time, lies a hidden gem of natural wonder - a property that connects to breathtaking bushland, teeming with a symphony of wildlife. Towering eucalyptus trees sway gently, their leaves whispering secrets of the land’s ancient past. There is a large camp area, ideal for several caravans/camper trailers or tents. There is a beautifully handcrafted shelter and campfire area, perfect for coming together to share stories of the day and enjoy a shared meal. You'll have access to an unoccupied granny flat nearby, with a nice toilet and shower. Near to the campfire area is also an on-site unoccupied caravan, which has a fridge and power you are welcome to use. There is also a bed in here you can use should 1 or 2 people in your group need additional shelter (they will need to BYO bedding). The camping area is bordered by State Forest, which links up to National Park - so you can explore straight from camp. And there is a beautiful flowing river 2km away. Great bushwalking and birdwatching, plus good access to options for 4WDing in the region. All in all, Yidaki Vibes offers a great space for a group of family or friends to camp together, and connect with nature and the Land, while also having modern amenities for a comfortable and easy stay. This property, cherished for its vibrant ecosystem, holds a special place in the hearts of the indigenous people. It resonates with a rich tapestry of cultural significance, echoing stories of generations past. It’s a place where the spirits of the land and its custodians harmonize, sharing their wisdom with those fortunate enough to listen. In this haven, one can immerse themselves in a world of natural wonder, finding solace in the embrace of the bushland, drawing inspiration from the river’s flowing melody, and connecting with the profound cultural heritage that reverberates through the very soil. Here, the essence of Australia’s beauty and heritage converges, offering an invitation to all who visit to be a part of its legacy, even if only for a fleeting moment.Yidaki Vibes provides a very special camping space, and we can cater to a whole range of camping setups and group needs. We accept just one booking at a time, to ensure you can enjoy the space to yourselves. The main offering is our camping area, with plenty of space and good, private access. Campers have access to the unoccupied granny flat nearby, which has a nice toilet and shower you have private use of. The property boasts a magnificent fire pit and bark shelter, surrounded by bushland. Just near to the campfire area is an on-site caravan with a fridge and power you are welcome to use. There is also a bed in here you are welcome to use if 1 or 2 people in your group need additional shelter (please BYO bedding). Dogs are welcome to come too - but please not inside the granny flat or caravan, and please ensure they don't hassle the resident wildlife.
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Nana Glen, 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 Kristian B.Joined in November 2023
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