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Maiden Jewel, Upper Hunter Valley

139 sites 路 RVs, Tents720 acres 路 Wingen, NSW
Maiden Jewel is a 720 acre Horse Stud. Nestled underneath the Wingen Maiden, this picturesque property is surrounded ironbark bushland with kilometres of trails, suited for horse riding, bush walking, mountain bike riding so be sure to check out our extras. Maiden Jewel Camping offers several different camping areas to explore. The Waterhole is a large communal area with 20 campsites to choose from. We have portaloos no showers. All dams is stocked with Silver Perch and Murray Cod. Feel free to cool off in the dam or paddle a kayak around. You will have access to all the trails by 4wd, bring the pushy or pull on the hiking boots. All campsites are pet friendly but remember to keep your dogs on leads. There is plenty of wildlife about that the dogs may wonder off. All booking for this campsites is under The Waterhole. Picturesque Maiden Jewel. Is the rest of the 720 acre property with over 50 campsites available, Private and Communal. The Long Flat situated at the front of the property with a short walk to a great swimming dam. This camping area is great for families that love to explore. This is a large communal site with large open spaces for kids to kick a ball around or have a game of cricket. Great spot for 2wd vehicles. when you camp at any of our campsites you will have access to the whole property including all of the Waterholes (Dams). If you are after one of our private sites and you're looking some peace and quiet. Please be sure to message us if you would like a private site. For the campers that are self sufficient we can offer some camp site with some spectacular views and just a short walk to dams for fishing or swimming. The View Campsite, Hillside Camp and the Bluff (private) YellowScone Horse Adventures are for the horse lovers to bring their own horses away to holiday together, we have a few different packages available. Camp and ride at your own leisure or for something different grab some friends and camp in one of our Bell tents and yes we can also cater for you on your stay. With horse yards and water for your your horses included all you may need is your horse feed and your refreshments. Check out our Buggy Property Tour. With our 6 seater Can-Am Buggy we can take 5 people for a tour around our property. While looking for all the wildlife you can see all of our horses and possibly feed some cattle. You will also be able to explore all the amazing campsite we have to offer. You will need to book a time for these tours as they are very popular. This tour is about an hour long covering approx 13 kms. $15 per person. Max 5 people. We are lucky to have an abundance of wildlife to rare species of bird life. We welcome guests to bring along their own horses with yards available allowing them to explore the trails we have on offer. The responses of people who have come to our property always say how breathtaking the scenery is and this is why we would love to share it with you and your family. Maiden Jewel is located below the Toworri National Park. We have lots to do from fishing, hiking, mountain bike riding or you can explore what the area has to offer so check out our extras.
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Hillside Farmstay

99 sites 路 RVs, Tents200 acres 路 Nemingha, NSW
A 200 acre horse breeding property on the outskirts of Tamworth. 6 minutes to the Country Music Capital CBD. Lots of shady trees to camp or park your van/RV. Hills that you can see forever from the top of.... Some outdoor seating. There's two flush toilets, two hot showers. Dogs are welcome but must be strictly on a lead at all times. There is a dog run available if you want to leave your dog and go to town or the Country Music Festival. Generally most people stay and camp near the horse barn. Indoor shower and toilet available and there is a outdoor hot shower and a sink and a tub to rub a dub dub. Laundry is available. Ask for the key ($5) The outdoor shower is private but has no roof so you can shower under the stars. Picnic table provided and a fire pit to barbecue in winter (fire bans in summer) Transported horses are also welcome...yards available. Price is per person. Children under 12 are free.
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Oakenville Farm, Nundle

5 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres 路 Nundle, NSW
Our property is a small but productive farm in Nundle set up using permaculture principles. We have a large vegetable garden, fruit trees, a medicinal herb garden, chooks, guinea fowl, bees, a couple of dogs and many native birds and other wildlife. Oakenville Creek runs along the back of our property.
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Barnard River Farm,Hanging Rock

4 sites 路 RVs, Tents50 acres 路 Hanging Rock, NSW
A beautiful grassy area with the Barnard River wrapping around your camp site with full morning sun and shade areas in the afternoon, quiet and peaceful with an abundance of wild life. Access to the river from campsite.聽We have a toilet available, as well as a shower but if you want hot water you'll need to bring your own 9kg gas bottle.聽We have a leave no trace policy, please take all rubbish away with you.The property is located about an hour from Quirindi.聽Known as the 鈥榥est in the hills鈥, Qurindi has a prime position right in the heart of the picturesque Liverpool Plains. Be enchanted by the stunning landscapes, the Instagram-friendly fields of bright sunflowers, and the neighbouring northern NSW towns of Willow Tree, Wallabadah and Werris Creek.
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Roma Orchard - Hunter Valley

14 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents35 acres 路 Omadale, NSW
Set on 35 acres at the junction of the Omadale Brook and Hunter River, Roma Orchard offers you the chance to escape and unwind at the head of the Upper Hunter. Ideally located just 3.5 hours from Sydney or 45 minutes from Scone, Roma Orchard has been run by the Tilse family for 6 generations and now welcomes guests from far and wide to stop, relax and enjoy the picturesque surrounds of the apple orchard and vineyard.聽The Orchard Lodge was officially opened on the 20th September 1992, Over time, accommodation on Roma Orchard has expanded聽 to now include the recently renovated Roma Cottage and campground. Whether you're looking for an event venue, holiday retreat, family getaway, or wedding destination, we welcome you to find your space on Roma Orchard.
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Omadale Brook, Barrington Tops

3 sites 路 RVs, Tents100 acres 路 Omadale, NSW
Omadale Brook offers creek side camping at its best! Crystal clear, snow laced water, with amazing vista, wildlife a plenty and serenity. Find a peaceful place at Omadale Brook to camp and relax off grid. Great to stop and unwind or use as a base camp for 4WD to explore the stunning Barrington Tops including the famous Aussie Ark. The Historical Victoria Hotel is located just 13kms down the road, in Moonan Flat. Omadale is a historical Brook (nee Creek for those not of Scottish decent), originating in the heart of the Barrington Tops at Pole Blue, flowing down to meet the mighty Hunter River, the camp site is located at the bottom of the Brook just before it meets the Hunter River. You can set up on either site as a group or simply as a single camper.
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Temple Court, Murrurundi

4 sites 路 RVs, Tents800 acres 路 Pages River, NSW
600 acres on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Murrurundi.On the property you can enjoy scenic bushwalks, a seasonal creek, a large dam and plentiful native wildlife including kangaroos, deer, birdlife and more.Depending on where you set up camp, you can walk or drive into the quaint village of Murrurundi. Situated on the New England Highway, Murrurundi is 30 minutes drive from Scone, 1 hour from Tamworth and 3 hours from Sydney. A picturesque town, nestled on the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range and boasts natural beauty, rich farming land and plenty of character. In town you'll find the recently opened Magpie Gin Distilery, art galleries (including Michael Reid and David Darcy), pubs, historic buildings and every May the King of the Ranges Stockmans Challenge.
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Highland Adventure Hideaway

35 sites 路 RVs, Tents50 acres 路 Timor, NSW
Camping and caravanning in the heart of the NSW Upper Hunter adventure country, Highland Adventure Hideaway is nestled North-West of Barrington Tops, near the artful township of Murrurundi. 15 minutes off the New England Highway, Highland Adventure Hideaway offers farm-gated access directly off sealed road onto 10 acres of level, mown grass camping grounds. There is plenty of space to set up in sun or shade. All recreational vehicle types can be accommodated, including buses, fifth-wheelers, motorhomes, caravans and camper trailers. With 50 acres of free-ranging land adjoining the campground, proffering stunning mountain views, streams and a dam, your horses and pets are most welcome to camp and explore with you. Plentiful wildlife and birdlife reside in our pristine hills. Achieve Insta-worthy pics of our kangaroos, king parrots, pretty wallabies, chubby-cheeked galahs, and maybe an echidna or koala! Highland Adventure Hideaways host camp drafting competitions, working dog trials, horsemanship workshops and various other country events throughout the year. In its off-time it is a memorable camping destination where you can still feel the echo of event excitement whilst being surrounded by the peace and natural beauty of the Australian bush. Following breath-taking sunsets, the clear night sky is blanketed by layered constellations. Drift off to sleep to the tranquil, lulling orchestra of crickets and frogs. Stay a few extra days to breathe in the sweet mountain air and truly unwind. Highland Adventure Hideaways is an easy, scenic drive to pubs, cafes and boutique shopping in the artistic town of Murrurundi. Dare to adventure up through the Eye of the Needle or deep into Timor Caves? Visit the eclectic Nundle township and enjoy an amazing country-pub lunch with a view. Photo-bomb the smiling sunflowers of the Liverpool Plains (Jan) or interact with Tassie Devils at Aussie Ark sanctuary. With so much to see, do and experience, set up your adventure basecamp at Highland Adventure Hideaways to enjoy endless escapades. Bring your friends and family and prepare to build life-long memories, moment by precious moment. Please note: You will need to be self-contained with your own toilet, shower and drinking water. There are currently no bathroom, power nor running water facilities available at Highland Adventure Hideaway. Please come well prepared to maximise your adventure hideaway enjoyment.
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Upper Hunter Valley

3 sites 路 RVs, Tents115 acres 路 Waverly, NSW
A beautiful and quiet location by a gently flowing river. This single campsite is perfect for that retreat from the hustle and bustle and congestion of modern life. There is only the one campsite on the river so you are guaranteed exclusive use of the area for you and your group. You can explore the river down to the causeway or upriver from the campsite is 115 acres of crown land (travelling stock reserve) that the river runs along for you to explore. Looking for a nice meal? Glenston by the river is only 30 minutes to Gundy where you will find the Linga Longa Hotel on the Pages river. If gold fossicking is for you Nundle is 50 minutes away via the Crawney Pass National Park. Many visitors head to Nundle to fossick or pan for gold and sapphires in the Peel River. You can hire panning equipment at the Mt Misery Mine or the Nundle Country Cafe. Timor Caves are another local attraction 20 mins drive away.Dogs allowed on leash.Bring your own toilet and leave no trace.Campfires permitted.No Mob Ph coverage at site. Nearest coverage location is 5-10 mins drive.
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Black Creek Farm

1 site 路 RV, Tent10000 acres 路 Blackville, NSW
Black Creek Farm is located on the edge of the Liverpool Plains in a stunning valley running up to the Coolah Tops. There is a private site available along side our seasonal creek for you to enjoy, relax and unwind from the usual busy hustle and bustle. Black Creek Farm is a working regenerative farm running cattle as well as a few free range sheep, pigs, poddies, houseyard chickens and a milking cow coming soon. Your designated campsite is yours to explore and enjoy however being a working farm we ask you to stay in this designated area. If you are interested in learning more about our regenerative practicies and farm animals please be in touch and we can organise a farm tour at an extra cost. We have a diverse range of birds & wildlife and the most beautiful skies to stargaze at nights. We also recently saw our first koala so keep a look out in the trees! Our place is perfect for the no trace camper who is looking for some time out in nature. Willow Tree is to our east and an amazing lunch stop at the famous Graze Resturant, and the Coolah Tops entry is to our west. Wood can be supplied for the fire pit if we have notice. Strictly no hunting or weapons please. Dogs only allowed on a lead. We look forward to welcoming you to our farm.
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Oakey Farm

7 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents180 acres 路 Piallamore, NSW
Oakey Farm is situated 15km from Tamworth's CBD, on a 180-acre farm. Take in the beautiful lights of Tamworth and views of the Peel Valley. The camping space is shaded and grassed, with a powered modern bathroom facility with a flushing toilet and shower. Children under 12 are free. Please still add them to the booking so we are aware of the numbers, you will not be charged. We currently only accept three bookings at one time, so you'll have plenty of space and tranquility.
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Fairfield

4 sites 路 RVs, Tents25 acres 路 Tamworth, NSW
Fairfield is a 25-acre property located 10 minutes from Tamworth CBD. Timbumburri Creek runs through the centre of the property, offering multiple locations to fish, sit back and relax with a beer. Fairfield is the ideal location to set up close to town whilst enjoying some peace and quiet, and plenty of open space to set up your camp. Makes a convenient base camp to explore the local area and enjoy local events. Hike to the Flagstaff Lookout, around 15 minutes drive away. The township of Nundle is around 1 hours drive and makes for a great day trip. And in January, the iconic Tamworth Country Music Festival is in town, so it's a great time to visit. All campers to Fairfield must be completely self-sufficient, with their own camp toilet and we kindly ask you take all waste when you go.
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Embark on an adventure through the scenic Wallabadah National Park, a haven for nature enthusiasts and explorers alike. Established in 2011, this park spans 5.8 hectares of pristine landscapes, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in its tranquil beauty. While camping facilities are not mentioned, the park offers a multitude of activities for those seeking a day visit filled with discovery and connection to the wild.

When to go

The best time to visit Wallabadah National Park is during the milder seasons, when the weather is pleasant for outdoor activities. Avoid the extremes of summer and winter to make the most of your park experience. Always check for local alerts and park fire bans before planning your trip to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.

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  • Check the current alerts and park fire management documents before your visit for the latest safety information.
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  • Contact the Scone office from 8:30am to 4:30pm for any inquiries or assistance during your visit.
  • Remember to respect the local wildlife and natural surroundings to help preserve the park's biodiversity.
  • Visit the park's local alerts page for the latest updates on fires, closures, and other important information.

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