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Bellellen Park

· Horsham, Victoria
6 acres hosted by Samaul R.
6 Vehicle/Tent sites
Here we have a gorgeous property on witch you will enjoy waking up between the Grampians and the black rangers with sunsets/sunrises to die for, with massive campsites for those who are looking to get out of the caravan park life style. Wake up feeling like your in nature along side the basin creek only 1.3m deep in most places and and 1.5m wide that stretches for around a 1km down stream that runs seasonally with Redfin, trout and yabbys. Within 10km of the camp site enjoy lake fyans or lake Lonsdale both known for its fishing and skiing, bunjil’s cave with its walking/riding trails, the devil gardens known for its 4x4 tracks and bush walks with many deer and bird species. For those who love there prospecting Illawarra is only around the corner and deep lead is up the road! within 20km you’ll find yourself at one of the wonders of the world in the Grampians with its spectacular views , magnificent waterfalls and famous food and wine.Enjoy space back in nature in between the Grampians and the black rangers with only a three minute walk up to the main house where you can find a private outside toilet and clean tank water also accommodating for horses or if you just want to bring you goat for a drive. fire place to each campsite so enjoy in a place you can forget about what day it is!
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8 Ratings · 8 reviews
Daniel B.doesn't recommend
April 1, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
Dirty bathroom and so far from the campsite, 0 potable water
Nikhil L.doesn't recommend
March 31, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
Poor experience
Black Camp Fang failed to meet expectations during our two-night stay, marred by inadequate amenities, poor site visibility. Navigating to the site proved challenging due to the absence of clear signage, while the absence of basic facilities like portable toilets and bin bags detracted from the overall experience. Furthermore, uneven terrain and difficulty finding staff heightened safety concerns. Addressing these shortcomings is essential to improving Black Camp Fang's reputation and ensuring a more enjoyable experience for future guests.
Danial M.doesn't recommend
March 30, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
At the campsite, the toilet facilities were unavailable, and there was a lack of water supply, posing inconveniences to the campers. compounding the situation, campers had to trek a considerable distance to access the toilet facilities, situated adjacent to a distant house far removed from the campsite.
Chris B.recommends
March 11, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
Great location, close to everything. Went fully self sufficient and no issues.
Tim F.recommends
January 28, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
Thanks Sam for having us on your land. Great location very close to Grampians and Lake Fyans. Plenty of space to spread out on flat ground. The grounds were spotless. We enjoyed setting up our fire in the fire pit next to a dry creek and were awoken to bird song in the morning. Access to campsite was difficult to locate and has no signpost. Recommend the owner add a sign on the fence as the area has spotty reception to contact host. The advertised toilet and potable water is only available at the owners house which can either be accessed by climbing a few fences or driving back onto the main road and up to the owners house a few hundred metres away. We recommend visitors be self sufficient and bring their own water containers.
Marcail A.doesn't recommend
January 28, 2024
Grampians/black range camp site
We pulled up in the dark and it was very difficult to see the drive / access / site condition or access to any amenities as described. We contacted the host 3 times over the weekend, that night, the following day and the day after with no response. We stayed elsewhere the whole weekend. For $65 a night, I expect a lot more than a completely bare bush paddock with no trees, no visible toilet / water and no response from the host etc.
Horsham, Victoria, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Djabwurung First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Samaul R.Joined in May 2023
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