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Windmill Creek Farm

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· Mclaren Vale, South Australia
40 acres hosted by Clint L.
4 Vehicle/Tent sites
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Our 40 acres is 2WD accessible and set just off the coast in beautiful McLaren Vale, South Australia. The camp is set in a flat, cleared area on the rear of our working family property. With ample space to spread out and put your feet up, the River Red Gum trees also provide natural shade and shelter. Perfect for setting up tents, hammocks or a slack line! Along with local kangaroos, you'll likely spot our small flock of sheep in the paddock nearby or the neighbouring horses up the hill. Ask us about our small batch wine and take advantage of being in the heart of wine country - the nearest cellar door is only a 3 minute drive away! After an afternoon of wine tasting, drive 10 minutes to the beach and enjoy a sunset over the water. Tomorrow, choose your own adventure with more wining and dining, swimming and surfing, or walking one of McLaren Vale's stunning trails. On a Saturday, you might find yourself at the Willunga Farmers Market (5 min drive) which runs each week from 8am to Midday and offers a variety of local goods and produce. Wineries within a 10 minute drive include: - Battle of Bosworth Wines - Down the Rabbit Hole Wines - Fox Creek Wines - Ekhidna Wines - and many more! - Not to forget Swell Brewing Co., just 9 minutes away. Our favourite coffee places include: - Dawn Patrol Coffee (4 min drive) - Goodness Coffee Co. (8 min drive) - Someday Soon Co. (6 min drive) - many more in Willunga and Aldinga! Please note the following! - No shower or toilet facilities provided, campers must be self-sufficient. - Three drinking water taps are available for your convenience. - No pets. We have a variety of animals on our property that rely on us to keep them safe. - No motorbikes. - No fires from approx. November 1 - April 30 due to SA restrictions. If not during this time, please clear it with us as restrictions and fire ban days change year to year. - Please stay within the designated camp area! As a working property and vineyard, we have large machinery in use daily and visitors must follow biosecurity protocol (fancy explanation for keeping everyone's vineyards safe from disease and pests).Here at Windmill Creek Camp, you are welcome to free camp, or stay next to the one of the three water taps and plug in. The entire clearing is flat, with lots of space to spread out. The large river red gum trees offer shade and shelter with no height restrictions for any larger caravans. Please note there are no toilet or kitchen facilities. You'll need to come self-sufficient and take all garbage with you. Due to our livestock, NO pets are allowed on site. Keeping within the camp boundary will assist with our vineyard biosecurity and keep you safe (and enjoying peace & quiet) as heavy machinery and a protective cattle dog are at work on other parts of the property. Thank you for helping us keep this space clean for the local wildlife and those who come after you.
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Derek B.recommends
May 14, 2024
Windmill Creek Camp
Excellent spot. Clint the owner was very friendly and made us most welcome. Will definitely come back
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Mclaren Vale, South Australia, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Kaurna Pangkarra 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 Clint L.Joined in April 2023
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