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Pine Trees Farm -Waterloo

· Waterloo, Victoria
8 acres hosted by John C.
2 Vehicle/Tent sites
A small farm located about 8 km north of Beaufort. Flat ground with easy access for a caravan or mobile home to enter and turn around. Surrounded by pine trees and farm animals in nearby paddocks. Local walks and scenery. A picturesque dam and small orchard / vineyard complete the farm. A short 10 min drive to Beaufort gives you access to supermarket, cafes, petrol stations, chemist and hardware store. Also two pubs and several cafes for delicious meals. Waterloo was an old gold mining town and the remnants of an old gold mine and mullock heap are a close walk from the property and interesting to explore. The farm is a place of serenity with beautiful views, bird life and kangaroos.
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Waterloo, Victoria, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by John C.Joined in February 2023
Response rate: 67%Response time: Within 11 hours
2 Ratings · 2 reviews
Kylie B.recommends
April 11, 2023
Waterloo Wonders 2
We had a lovely stay at John's place, secure yard for the dogs to run off lead for some of the time. Close to Buangor and Mt Cole for drives and entertainment. John was very helpful, provided some local knowledge of the area, and offered up use of his metal detector for the kids to see what they could find. Had the place to ourselves which was lovely. A bit tight getting round the house and through the gates.
Alan T.recommends
April 10, 2023
Waterloo Wonders 2
Family camp at Easter
John was a very friendly host, property was excellent and well fenced so our dogs could have a run around. John spent the time to explain some of the local history as well as looking for relics at the old pub. Thanks John for a great Easter
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