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Ravens Nest Tasmania

· Ouse, Tasmania
Hosted by Lyn V.
9 Vehicle/Tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
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A small farm in the beautiful Central Highlands of Tasmania, near the best fishing spots in the country. We are on the Lyell Highway, halfway between the west coast and Hobart. Come and stay for a day or two. Enjoy clean air, wildlife and our farm animals. Help feed them if you like. Enjoy the quiet life in Tasmania. Go for day drives and be back at night. Launceston is only just over 2 hours drive. Or just sit under the trees and let life pass you by. We came here and never left. Dog friendly but dogs must be kept under control. Campers need their own amenities as there is no toilet or shower. Closest public toilets are at Wayatinah Village, about 10 kms away, where there is also a pub where you can get meals at night and a general store/post office/fuel outlet that is open for a couple of hours each day.
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12 Ratings · 11 reviews
Gillian D.recommends
March 12, 2024
Main Farm
Camping off grid & loving it!
Thank you Lyn and Paul for letting us stay on your property. We had a mix up upon arrival and had to wait to enter the property as the gate was locked. Be prepared for total grid lock, no reception for mobile phones, TV or internet. We purchased a loaf of sour dough bread, still warm, so fresh and delivered to our van by Paul. We went to Tarraleah, Brady’s Lake and Waddamana. Heaps of places to visit and lots to do. Our dogs (Labradors) loved the property, it was a quick getaway as we are from Hobart.
Catherine F.recommends
March 9, 2024
Main Farm
Great spot to spend the night with Paul & Lyn being the perfect hosts. Paul baked us sourdough and delivered it to our van in the morning, it was still warm. He also brought us fresh farm eggs and a jar of his honey. We met Rex the Maremma and the two Highland cows.
Sarah C.recommends
March 3, 2024
Main Farm
We had a lovely little get away at Main Farm! Paul was very welcoming and we loved the fresh sourdough bread and eggs he had for us in the morning. We loved meeting all the beautiful rescue animals 🥰
Bianca L.recommends
February 6, 2024
Main Farm
We had a lovely & peaceful stay at Ravens Nest. Paul was a great host, introducing us to all the animals they care for. Special favourites were the highland cows (Jake & Dylan) and Rex the dog. Plenty of room for our large caravan & we really enjoyed being able to have a camp fire. Paul was very generous with his local knowledge. We even left with freshly baked sourdough bread & a dozen fresh eggs!
Barbara S.recommends
January 29, 2024
Near the Blackwood Trees
I had a lovely stay, this is a perfect spot with loads of wildlife and farm animals. Paul was great host and had fresh eggs, sourdough bread and honey. Very peaceful and secluded.
Robyne V.recommends
January 28, 2024
Main Farm
Main Farm was well maintained and the hosts were extremely welcoming and helpful
Ouse, Tasmania, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Palawa First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Lyn V.Joined in February 2019
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