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Wongin Mia Cranbrook Hideaway

· Cranbrook, Western Australia
600 acres hosted by Dale & Melissa C.
10 Vehicle/Tent sites
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Private sites
100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Nomadic camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at some sites.
Wongin Mia - 3912 Frankland-Cranbrook Road, Cranbrook Our property is a carbon farm which is a part of the Gondwana Link project. This is an environmental project which is endeavouring to create a green corridor from Augusta to the Nullarbor to allow the fauna to travel freely when migrating. Featuring 400 archers of revegetated bushland and a 100 archers of remnant bush along a winter creek. It's a great place for bird watchers. We have wild flowers all year round but the spring months bring an abundance of Orchids and wild flowers. Bush lovers will be inspired with plenty of wildlife about. You can have a camp fire in winter although you will need to bring some firewood, there's plenty of kindling, or you can purchase a bundle from us if you wish. The campsites are level and grassy and suits self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water supply. We are about an hour drive north of Albany and 300 kilometres south of Perth. The property is pretty close to the Stirling Range National Park, Porongurup National park, Frankland wine district and lake Poorrarecup. Wongin Mia makes an excellent base for exploring this picturesque area. Birdlife is plentiful including parrots, wedge tail eagles, red breasted wrens, Carnaby's and Boudin's, Night jars, Willy wagtails, Barking owls and Welcome swallows. And of course there's plenty of kangaroos and wallabies. This is a unique property where you will experience a true bush environment with seclusion and tranquillity. There are many places to walk or ride and explore. We feel honoured to be able to share this beautiful peace of paradise. Your dog is very welcome to camp with you.
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90 Ratings · 43 reviews
Jenica P.recommends
April 4, 2024
Sunset site
Beautiful, quiet spot. Easy to find. Would definitely recommend
Ira F.recommends
April 2, 2024
Kangaroo flat Camp
Dale and Melissa were lovely hosts! The camp site, Kangaroo Flat, was big and very secluded. We were able to have a nice family trip with the dogs running freely around the campsite. Definitely recommend and would go back again!
Jessica L.recommends
April 1, 2024
Sunset site
Beautiful birds, wildlife, privacy
Dale and Mel’s place was beautiful. Such an amazing revegetated block so close for the Stirling ranges. Plenty of birds and wildlife to watch, and amazing amount of privacy at the sunset site. We will definitely be back!! Thanks Dale and Mel :)
Jean Michel M.recommends
March 16, 2024
Kangaroo flat Camp
I came to record birdsong, and yes! They have that in abundance!
Fiona D.recommends
February 29, 2024
Sunset site
Fantastic spot to stop for a night or two. Very quiet, nice views, flat sites and friendly host. Lots of bird life. We loved the privacy of the campsites.
Lyall H.recommends
February 4, 2024
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Starry night
Second time at Paperbark Camp and it did not disappoint. Cool night, stars bright and blessed to see 2 shooting stars ✨.
Cranbrook, Western Australia, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Noongar First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Dale & Melissa C.

Joined in June 2021
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