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Three Creeks Farm, Bruny Island

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· South Bruny, Tasmania
100 acres hosted by Rachel J.
1 Vehicle/Tent site
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A completely private campsite all to yourselves within a short drive to many Bruny Island attractions. Three Creeks Farm is our new 100-acre forest and pasture farm that we will begin improving over the next 18 months. The property is located at the base of Bruny's Isthmus, enjoying cool sea breezes in summer and mild temperatures in winter. The Woodlander Campsite is set in our bottom forest paddock, next to a dam, and with a seasonal winter creek. It is private and peaceful, with no other campers, houses, or nearby neighbours. We welcome travellers, with up to two vehicles, who are here to enjoy the peace and quiet (no parties please). The campsite has its own separate access, site toilet, solid picnic table and chairs, firepit and some firewood and is approximately 600 meters from where we live. Next to 70 acres of forest the location is great for birdlife, with many of Tassie's endemics around, and other wildlife abundant after dark. We are always happy to help with birding or wildlife tips! Based approx 5 minutes from Alonnah and 10 minutes from Adventure Bay, the "Woodlander" is central to so much of what Bruny Island has to offer.Set up your caravan, RV, or camper trailer, or pitch your tent, and light up your campfire ready for a relaxed and peaceful night at this private and nature-filled campsite.  There is a great shelter to use for additional space or if the weather turns, and a sturdy picnic table and fire pit. Kindling is available about the farm and we leave a small amount of wood for your first fire. Bring your own extra firewood or purchase a bag/s of firewood at the extra section of the booking page. A site toilet is also available for those campers who do not have access to their own facilities. Also grab a shower at our farm approx 600 metres from your campsite- separate building at front of the farm 60 metres from our main home- book in the extra section of your booking page. The campsite adjoins our 70-acre forest which is great for bird life with many of the Tasmanian endemics in the forest and other wildlife is abundant after dark. We live nearby (600m away) and are happy to help with birding or wildlife tips. Please note, this is a peaceful campsite ideal for those looking to relax in nature - it's not a place for parties or rowdy behaviour. Please come here, and enjoy the peace and quiet!
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Kelly M.recommends
May 31, 2024
The Woodlander on Bruny Island
Our second visit :-)
This was our 2nd visit and we had a wonderful time again! Great for the little ones too. An excellent new addition since our last stay is the composting loo - so good! Colder than our last stay so the campfire was very much appreciated. We will keep coming back!
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Manuela K.recommends
April 30, 2024
The Drifter @ 3 Creeks Farm
Camp in the middle of a paddock
Big paddock area, central location, close to Bruny pub ( book ahead), no general store only in Adventure Bay Size itself, not much maintained, lots of holes and uneven surfaces, would have been nice if grass was cut. No fire pot (not like in photo)only a circle of small rocks, had a dig down a bit to make it safe. Location peaceful, lovely eggs and bread from Rachel if u order it with the campsite however would recommend to go to the bread fridge on the way to Allonah. Bring your fire wood, only allowed to make fire if temperature reaches max 20 degrees C.and of course if not windy. No rubbish bins, no water or power. This is a site for self sufficient campers. Nice hosts
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Rachel K.recommends
April 12, 2024
The Woodlander on Bruny Island
Lovely camp spot which was spotlessly clean. Great communication from Rachel and Ben too
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Dave S.recommends
April 2, 2024
The Woodlander on Bruny Island
Great spot. Great location. Toilet is a bonus. Shelter is great. Plenty of wood. Directions spot on. Will come again.
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Luke B.recommends
March 31, 2024
The Drifter @ 3 Creeks Farm
Central to Everything
Close to the main road yet enough coverage to keep you secluded with bushes etc. Wonderful hospitality. We were lucky enough for Ben and Rachel to treat us to some of their home-grown honeycomb straight from their farm. 10/10 would camp again. Thanks Ben and Rach!
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Debbie B.recommends
March 27, 2024
The Woodlander on Bruny Island
A pleasure to camp at.
Private well maintained bush block. Was a pleasure to turn up to our campsite . Along with the wood we ordered and the bit to start us off we had a wonderful campfire each night . An abundance of birds for hubby to watch and just peaceful and pleasant all up . Oh and the toilet was just wonderful clean tidy a pleasure to use !
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South Bruny, Tasmania, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Palawa and Nuenonne 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 Rachel J.Joined in November 2022
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