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Kookaburra Estate Hobby Farm

· Nar Nar Goon North, Victoria
33 acres hosted by Leanne M.
8 Vehicle/Tent sites
Leanne is a Star Host
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Private sites
97% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or water at this Hipcamp.
Best in Victoria: Finalist
Named one of the best Hipcamps to visit in 2023.
Hi, Campers, If you are booking over the Christmas, New Year, and summer holiday period, please be aware we are situated in a bushfire zone. Want to have a unique secluded camping experience away from other campers, sick of crowded caravan sites? or just need a tranquil break from the city or a weekend away from your hectic life? Come and visit us, and relax at our hidden gem. Choose your own adventure - our campsites are all well-separated and private - you can enjoy your stay without sharing or you can enjoy our sites such as Bens Place, Wombat Grove, and The Rocks campsites these areas can accommodate multiple groups wanting to camp together. The Dam/Beach campsites are not suitable if you have young children. Excellent for tents and small camper trailers in summer or if you have dogs that love to swim. The waterway trail drain has yabbies and we recently stocked our large dam with young silver perch fry. The rear of the property is bushland with cleared tracks and access to three dams on the property. The walking track is at the rear of the property google search; Dore road Aqueduct trail map. We have all types of wildlife and birds on the farm, deer will run through the property at night, and you can see the deer tracks off the waterway walking track. Dogs are welcome but must be very well-behaved and kept on a leash at all times no exceptions, this is to protect our neighbor's sheep and wildlife. The Bunyip State Forest is nearby with hours of bike riding or walking depending on what you like to do for fun. During your visit, you can go to: Nar Nar Goon Hotel for lunch or dinner - get the old country pub experience. Nar Nar Goon Road Nar Nar Goon Cannibal Creek Winery - Tynong N Rd, Tynong. Google Dore road Aqueduct trail map for walking, the dam in the photo is our dam on the property you can obtain access from this point. Lady Lavenders Tea Rooms - Princess Highway Bunyip Gumbuya World hours of family fun theme park Beach is at Coronet Bay
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Nar Nar Goon North, Victoria, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Wurundjeri First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Leanne M.Joined in March 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 4 hours
328 Ratings · 153 reviews
Hannah T.recommends
November 20, 2023
Bens place.
Relaxing stay
So private and peaceful. We just stayed for an overnighter but had a lovely relaxing stay, and so close to Melbourne!
Spilio K.recommends
November 20, 2023
The Rocks
Another great stay at Kookaburra Estate Hobby Farm. Look forward to going again soon. Thanks Leanne !
Ali B.recommends
November 19, 2023
Wombat grove campsite 4
Great experience
We had a great time at Leanne’s land. Beautiful spot with great privacy. Will definitely be back.
Pascale O.recommends
November 19, 2023
Big Dam
Beautiful property, friendly host and good walks close by. We will definitely be back :)
Chris L.recommends
November 14, 2023
Big Dam
So handy!
Fantastic spot! Great hosts 💥 Close to Pakenham but very private and comfortable
Nikki M.recommends
November 14, 2023
Big Dam
Felt safe as a solo female traveller. Hosts were so accommodating for my last minute booking and the place was beautiful!
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