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Seven Hills Tallarook

· Tallarook, Victoria
600 acres hosted by Taylan A.
1 lodging site · 11 Vehicle/Tent sites · 1 Caravan site
Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Primitive sites
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or water at some sites.
Amazing views
Hipcampers say this spot has amazing views.
Private sites
95% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Our property, "Seven Hills Tallarook", sits high above Tallarook with deep valleys and high peaks, just over one hour North of Melbourne's CBD. The property is 600 acres of thick Victorian bush and farmed paddocks. We have a wide range of hobby farm animals - pigs, sheep, cattle, alpacas, chickens, ponies, a donkey, along with commercial heard of South African Boer Goats. As night falls, the wildlife come out to play - kangaroos, rabbits, deer and wallabies Internally, we have in excess of 10 kilometers of roads within the property, the majority being 2WD accessible (weather conditions apply). There are parts of the property which are only 4WD accessible. Our campsites are placed to allow you to be as isolated as possible - away from other campers (you may see others as you drive past, or they drive past you).
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Tallarook, Victoria, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Taylan A.Joined in January 2017
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 5 hours
223 Ratings · 121 reviews
Scott G.recommends
September 18, 2023
Catch a Yabby or Two
Great spot
Great location for a short stay/road trip out of Melbourne or on the way through. Easy access off the Hume and some open fields for camping. Nice host and very accommodating so would recommend
Erin J.
September 17, 2023
Hilltop Powered Site
Nice spot - can be improved though
Nice spot although closer to the land owners house than you would expect but fine once setup as caravan blocked view of house. To improve I would suggest some directions as to where the animals are, where the toilet is etc and perhaps best direction to walk and see property as it was beautiful but didn’t see as much of it as we would’ve liked. Would’ve been nice to get this info without specifically texting to find out. Note: toilet and toilet area desperately needs to be cleaned!
Sandra S.recommends
August 20, 2023
loved the land and the rolling hills full of surrounding native trees. when we were there we felt wonderfully isolated and there was no one else within site of our little hill top site. it truely was a 360degree view!!!!
Chrisca T.recommends
July 31, 2023
Creek Plains
An adventure trying to get there in the evening as we all came from work, but what's camping without an adventure? By day the site was beautiful, just by the water, few 4-legged friends met along the way. We are huge fans of the firepit being specifically to our site. No toilets available, bring your own and firewood at your own expense, not supplied. We had a lot of fun and definitely heaps relaxed.
Peter L.recommends
July 30, 2023
'Hidden' Hill Top
peter little
Brilliant well thought out camp sites , awesome property and very welcoming hosts.
Adam G.recommends
July 9, 2023
Bush Camping
No Stress
Beautiful spot that was surprisingly quiet for school holidays. Bush camp down on the river, it was private and felt extremely secluded and remote considering how close to Melbourne it is. We set up the camper trailer on solid flat ground. Good facilities for a fire (mid July), a few places to explore along the river - overall very relaxing and no stress. Got some firewood and eggs from Taylan, which were great… good load of wood lasted us two nights with a couple of other logs found close by. Access roads are pretty good and most cars will handle it easily. Loved it.
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