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View from camp site #1 looking back across the flat at Boulder Mtn.
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Burroman Flat
15 sites · RVs, Tents2650 acres · Brooman, New South WalesBurroman Flat is roughly 50 acres with 1km of Clyde River frontage. The river is permanent fresh...
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AU$30
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Camping without erecting a tent.
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L'Air Du Wombat Truffles
5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Oallen, New South WalesOur property is a working Truffle Farm, our land is fairly level but backs onto thousands of...
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The perfect place to get away from it all
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'Elouera Vale' Farm
14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents140 acres · Mittagong, New South WalesElouera Vale is a working farm located just outside Mittagong NSW. We breed and train camels for...
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The Sanctuary 2580
6 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Boxers Creek, New South WalesThe Sanctuary's a rugged & beautiful, biodiverse, timeless land of ~500 acres. We are 2.5hrs -...
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Rangers Rest bottom right
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Hidden Valley Private Campsites
4 sites · Tents125 acres · New South WalesA Sky Full of Stars BACK TO NATURE - BACK TO YOU Hidden Valley Private Campsites is located on...
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Witts End
10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Krawarree, New South WalesSpend some time exploring the Deua National Park which is home to the Big Hole and the Marble...
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AU$50
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Binacrombi
11 sites · Lodging, Tents530 acres · Jerrong, New South WalesBinacrombi is a beautiful property featuring 530 acres of raw bushland. It is covered in trails...
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Megalong Valley Farm
78 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1800 acres · Megalong Valley, New South WalesDiscover the magic of the Blue Mountains at our unique property, located in the stunning wilderness of the Megalong Valley. Our property is nestled in 2000 acres of totally private wilderness in the centre of the lush valley in the heart of the Blue Mountains. Experience the magnificent ancient rainforest glen with a canopy of tree ferns, caves and huge towering gum trees. Savour the moment and feel the magic of simplicity in our world of nature. Renowned for their spectacular scenery, the Megalong Valley Farm offers fresh mountain air, history and wildlife. Guests can expect some of the most spectacular sunsets, sunrises and scenery in the Blue Mountains. While you're here, check out some of the iconic destinations our region has to offer. We offer a range of camping options, glamping and accommodation in the guesthouse. There is something to suit every taste. BEFORE YOU ARRIVE PHONES: Phone reception is good, there is a Telstra exchange on the property. ROADS: Roads around the sites are unsealed, but most normal cars and the average SUV handle it okay. The road down into the Megalong Valley is tar sealed, very scenic but winding. ICE: Bring your own ice WOOD: Timber can be purchased at reception. We are an environmental biodiversity precinct so don’t permit damage to vegetation. FIRES: Plenty of existing fire spots SHOPS: The township of Blackheath is 15klm away up on the Gt Western Hwy, none in the Valley SHADE: Plenty of shady areas WATER: We are on town water NOISE: Shutdown time for music is 10pm - no exceptions! but you can still enjoy the fires - quietly. THINGS TO DO: TEA ROOMS 2 klm away VINEYARDS 4klms away, on the Six Ft Hiking Track. SWIMMING: Old Ford Reserve 2.5 klm away SCENIC RAILWAY 25 Klms away at Katoomba and 40 minutes travel time BIKE & WALKING TRACKS: Plenty of bush tracks You are reminded to allow enough time to arrive for this property.prior to dark, which is 5.30 in winter. It is difficult to find a wilderness campsite in the dark and disturbs other campers. We are requiring ALL vehicles to get registered PRIOR to going up to the site, resulting from so many vehicles trespassing at the venue and causing nuisances for other campers Please indicate the details of cars such as make, model , colour and rego number prior to arrival. We must also remind campers that this is not a venue for noisy partying as we are a quiet wilderness environmental zone. We do not tolerate it and will remove offenders. Other campers treasure the peace and quiet. Kindly advise your anticipated time of arrival Please forward this message to ALL persons in your group, thank you
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Your view
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River Escape - Yarramundi
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · New South WalesCamp or enjoy a tiny house stay along the Hawkesbury Nepean River at Yarramundi - absolute river...
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AU$120
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Bonnie Doon
8 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Bell, New South WalesOur property is located in the Blue Mountains, nestled right in the middle of the national park...
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Bush Camp 1 - Autumn night
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Kangarutha Farm
9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents110 acres · New South WalesVisit Tathra, but stay at Kangarutha, only 2km from the edge of town, and enjoy space, privacy...
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Myrtle Ridge farm
13 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Ourimbah, New South WalesPrivate camp paddock located right on the banks of Ourimbah creek. Walk track and swimming...
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When it comes to natural beauty, Jervis Bay is hard to beat. About three hours’ drive south of Sydney in the Shoalhaven region near Nowra, the bay stretches for 100 kilometres, bordered by national parks and holiday townships including Huskisson, Currarong. and Callala Beach. The South Coast getaway's most famous attraction is without a doubt Hyams Beach, often said to have the whitest sand in the world. But it’s just one of many beautiful beaches that dot the shore. The bay is also one of the best whale-watching destinations in Australia, as whales stop to rest in the protected waters during their annual migration from June to October.

Where to Go

Jervis Bay National Park

No trip is complete without a visit to Hyams Beach, the main highlight of Jervis Bay National Park. In addition, the White Sands Walk and interconnected Scribbly Gum Track loop through the park, taking you along the coast and through forest and woodland. Stop along the walking track to go snorkelling or picnic at a secluded beach, and look out for native sugar gliders and birdlife including New Holland honeyeaters, eastern spinebills, eastern rosellas, and crimson rosellas. From an elevated viewing platform, Bull Hole Lookout offers fantastic views over the coast and surrounding dunes, all covered in swamp oak, banksias, and wattle trees. Learn the area’s history and culture on a tour with an Indigenous guide to try your hand at weaving and taste damper and native tea.

Booderee National Park

See the ruins of the Cape St. George Lighthouse perched on the edge of a cliff in nearby Booderee National Park. The park has great camping areas and is home to Australia’s only Indigenous-owned and managed botanic gardens. The area’s beaches include family-favourite Green Patch, Scottish Rocks, Bristol Point, Hole in the Wall, and Murrays Beach, a great place to watch sunrise over Bowen Island. Cave Beach is another popular highlight, known for surfing and offering the chance to see native kangaroos and wallabies.

Currambene Creek

Explore the tranquil Currambene Creek and its mangrove forests during a safari or sunset cruise aboard the iconic Husky Ferry. You might see wildlife like soldier crabs, sea eagles, and stingrays. The ferry also operates between Myola and Huskisson on weekends.

Huskisson

Just north of Huskisson, Moona Moona Beach is ideal for swimming and picnics, thanks to its shallow water, barbecue facilities, and outdoor showers. While you’re there, catch a flick at Huskisson Pictures, housed in a former community hall built in 1913, or try some local ales and a bite from a food truck at Jervis Bay Brewing Co.

Nearby Attractions

  • Enjoy the white sands and crystal-clear waters of Honeymoon Bay. This sheltered bay is the perfect place to relax and explore the marine playground that is Jervis Bay. 
  • Stroll along the quartz sand shores, exploring hidden beaches and quiet coves. Whether you're looking to reconnect with nature or experience it face-to-face, Hyams Beach will never disappoint.

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