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RiverLyne
6 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · New South WalesOur property features 4-5 acres of Murray River frontage and river vistas. We are located a convenient 5 minutes from the township of Moama. Our private, riverfront secluded campsites are large and clean. All 6 sites are riverfront. They are relatively flat, level grass/dirt areas with gum trees peppered throughout the site for shade in summer. We can accommodate any type and size of camping vehicle and 2WDs. Park your caravan or pitch a tent and relax. For fishing and watersport enthusiasts there is access to a boat ramp. From camp there is sloping bank access to the water, steeper in some parts. Guests will have access to a toilet, fire drums and cut your own firewood is available. Please read the Campground conditions of entry: VERY IMPORTANT- this campground features River Gum Trees. Take care when choosing where to park and camp. Always look up and do not park or camp under overhanging branches, assess the site first. River gums can drop branches without warning. We will not be held responsible for loss, damage or injury from trees falling it is an act of nature not of negligence. Your site assessment and safety is first and foremost, and please if, you’re not happy with the safety of area please let us know, all monies will be returned to you. We cannot tell when or if a limb may fall from a tree, it can be caused by heat, wind, lightning, rain or age. - Access time after 1pm, and Depart time before 11am, unless organised with manager/owner. Please message us. - All camping rubbish must be placed in skip or taken away - Campfires permitted in fire drums only, and only outside of fire ban season. - Firewood can be cut and collected from 2 large piles at the campsite. -Bring your own chainsaw to cut firewood - For your safety you must stay in fenced area of the campground. - Guests are welcome to use the toilet on site. - Please note there is no dump point on the property for your camping - toilet. Please dispose of your waste at the local dump point in town or take home with you. - Boat launching from Boat ramp YES - Boat parking on Bank area - YES - Dogs- YES, must not be aggressive and bark and impede others’ quiet use of property – dog attendance must be arranged prior with owner. - Cars- 1 permitted per site. Please advise if more car spots are needed. - Site= 1 van/ camper or Tent per site unless organised with manager/owner - Without prior approval: No parties No loud music No quad bikes, motorbikes, paddock cars No firearms are to be brought onto the premises. - We are a family friendly campground. We look forward to welcoming you and hope you enjoy this private space as much as we do.
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Rodborough Vale
6 sites · RVs, Tents600 acres · Majorca, VictoriaThere are separate campsites available. Rodborough Vale is 600 acres with a combination of creek flats, native bushland and rocky volcanic outcrops. A working sheep property with some cropping, It is home to the well known Rodvale Border Leicester Stud. Farming in harmony with the native fauna and flora, guests may be able to spot many native species including platypus, wedge tail eagles, kookaburra and many more. Fronting Deep Creek, guests have access to fishing or just sit and listen to the crystal clear water meandering past the campsites. The farm borders Tullaroop Reservoir which is only a ten minute walk from most campsites, there you can find public toilets and picnic areas it is well known for its fly fishing for trout. The boat ramp is around 400m from the front gate and guests are welcome to leave vehicles and trailers on the property for convenience. Note : The reservoir is currently only open to electric powered boats and canoes. Dogs are welcome but must be very well behaved around sheep. Flushing toilet available at the shearing shed. Good access for caravans and large RV's. Local attractions are the historic towns of Maldon, Clunes, Avoca and Dunolly all part of the Central Goldfields.
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Ellimatta
6 sites · RVs, TentsMeadow Creek, Victoria☆ Only 4 sites avaliable, max 5 ppl per site, must be self sufficient We are nestled down a quiet...
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Thurra Bush Camping
6 sites · RVs, Tents1040 acres · Tamboon, VictoriaPristine bush setting bordered by the Thurra River, entirely surrounded by State Forest. ...
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Euroa Glamping - Tents & Domes
6 sites · Lodging46 acres · VictoriaEuroa means 'Joyful' in the local aboriginal dialect. We wanted to make glamping a joyful...
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SIBA Retreat Centre
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents240 acres · W Tree, VictoriaSIBA Retreat Centre is a beautiful and friendly Buddhist retreat centre in the Snowy River...
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Hideaway Valley Farm
4 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Newborough, VictoriaLocated in Gippsland Victoria, 7 kms to the town of Moe and a 5 minute drive from the M1. 12 acres to explore with a small dam at the very bottom of the property. There are mountain views and abundant wildlife in the area. It's a dairy farming area and there's a wide choice of local produce such as potatoes, berries and more. You'll find antique shops and a few galleries, pubs and restaurants nearby.On the property there are chickens, a kelpie and a horse together with wild birds and rabbits. There is a walking track with wallabies and other wildlife. The property is raised overlooking hills and paddocks. Blue Rock Lake is just 15 minutes drive away, where the water comes down from the mountains (gold was found there in the 1800s). you can fish and kayak and it's a great swimming area for kids.Sorry - dogs are not welcome. There are no amenities so you must be self-contained with own toilet or use of my composting toilet. There are plenty of sticks and wood around for starting a camp fire but not decent hardwood for campfires so you would need to BYO. No generators.
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Bush Retreat Gippsland
4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Alberton West, VictoriaBush Retreat is a gorgeous little farm nestled into the Alberton West State Forest, with views of Wilsons Prom and the Strezleckie Ranges. Not from all the main attractions the area has to offer. Peaceful and private. Campfires are permitted (When there are no fire bans). No loud music. Please bring a camping toilet with you. Please take all rubbish with you. Suitable for campers, camper trailers, vans these can all can fit here easily. Sites 1 - 2 situated in a 4 acre paddock on the main farm. Camp with the Alpacas. Site 3-4 situated on part of a 7 acre paddock with views of the hills and the Stzeleckie Ranges. Sit 5 situated behind Cypress trees which creates so great shelter if we have an eastley blowing. View of the hills and the Strzeleckie Ranges. Site 6 is at the entrance of our garden, suites all vehicles and motor homes (very protected from the wind) You'll need to have your own amenities/be FULLY- self contained. We have an abundance of native birds in our garden, Rosella's, Kookaburras, Wedge Tail Eagles and sometimes Galah's. Just down the paddock on dawn or dusk we have a mob of kangaroos that come out of the bush to graze on the paddocks.
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Yarriambiance
4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Jung, VictoriaYarriambiance (noun), Yar-ri-am-bi-ance: "A feeling or mood associated with fresh air, open spaces, big skies, stunning sunsets, starry nights, open fires and the sounds of nature, on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek" Do you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, the frustration of traffic congestion, from noise and pollution? Does open space, fresh air, and the peace and quiet of nature sound appealing? Well, come and experience the ‘Yarriambiance’ of our unique rural escape. It is not far off the main highway, but far enough that you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. You will experience dusty back roads, open plains and the starry skies of rural Australia, yet you will only be 20 minutes away from a bustling regional city (Horsham). Around the property there are many old historic farm buildings, including an original 'boundary riders' hut (circa 1870's). The Yarriambiack Creek is the western boundary of the property, and is a haven for birds and wildlife such as kangaroos & wallabies. Ancient river redgums run along the creek which provide for nice shady spots in summer. The creek relies on seasonal rainfall, and when running, is deep enough for swimming or paddling around in a kayak. When dry, the creek bed makes a fantastic walking track. If you are looking for a unique family holiday, or you are an artist and want to do some songwriting or painting, or just need to get out of the rat race and chill out, then this could be just the place for you. 10 mins to Murtoa, 15 mins to the Dooen Hotel, 20 mins to Horsham, 30 mins to Warracknabeal, 40 mins to the Grampians or Mt Arapilies. A perfect base to explore the renowned Silo Art Trail, Murtoa Stick Shed, local lakes and waterways, state and national parks, and many other regional attractions. But if you are simply into nature or hiking, then just head north or south along the creek, and you will be able to walk for hours and take in the unique scenery. Please note, the property is 'pet friendly' but we respectfully ask that pets are not taken inside of the accommodation.
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Bimbimbi River Camp
4 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Tintaldra, VictoriaBimbimbi has 3km of access to the Murray River at its clear, free-flowing beginning, with views...
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Aintree Farm Organics.
6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · VictoriaOur organic farm has been operating since 1988. We are 5 mins from the mighty Murray River. Our...
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Kanukadale Forest River Retreat
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Goongerah, VictoriaWe have 20 acres of lush river flats adjoining the pristine Brodribb River in the Goongerah Valley. Due to the pristine, clean water straight off the surrounding mountains and the rich fertile river flats, early settlers used this place as a market garden to supply fruit and vegetables to the local townsfolk. After our purchase in 2000, we turned it into a self-sufficient paradise, always welcoming visitors to come and enjoy the land with us. Our BYO campsites are near the river where you can reconnect with nature amongst the tall trees. Kanukadale is a working Nature Retreat Sanctuary, so additional to BYO campsites, we also offer our Bell Tents when the retreats are not running. Here at Kanukadale, you will share the space with very friendly horses, ponies, miniature goats and our donkey. The property is child friendly as the boundary, river and paddocks are well fenced. You can do as much or as little as you want during your stay. Be sure to check out our awesome animal focussed activities that we offer here. You can find them under Experiences. You are welcome to bring your own horses and dogs. Dogs must stay on a lead whilst on the property and responsible pet ownership is essential here, as is a respectful attitude towards all the other sentient beings on the property. We do not allow generators here. There is lots to do in the area with heaps of nature immersion. East Gippsland is one of the most bio-diverse areas on mainland Australia. You can explore rare, Old Growth forest, historic gold mines, climb to the peak of Mt Ellery and walk through the Errinundra Plateau. Mountain bike riding, horseriding, 4wd touring and bushwalking is awesome in this area. There is a camp kitchen with a communal fridge, microwave, stove and electricity. There is also a composting toilet and hot shower facilities. There is free wifi. THERE ARE NO SHOPS OR FUEL OR MOBILE RECEPTION. WIFI CALLING WORKS IF YOU HAVE THAT OPTION. THE CLOSEST TOWN IS 50 KM TO DELEGATE OR 70KM TO ORBOST. YOU NEED TO COME COMPLETELY PREPARED OR IT’S A LONG DRIVE TO TOWN. THERE IS A PUBLIC PHONE BOX UP THE ROAD.
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There’s so many ways to go wild in Victoria. Glamp it up in the middle of a vineyard, eat at some of the country’s most acclaimed restaurants, fall asleep listening to the boom of the surf from your beachfront campsite, drive one of the world’s most scenic coastal roads, or touch the sky in the snow-capped high country. If it’s animal encounters you like, you’ll love the penguin parade on Phillip Island, dolphin swims in Port Phillip Bay, koala colonies, mobs of kangaroos and platypus-filled streams. And the bonus is that nowhere is more than a day’s drive from Melbourne–many of the best campsites are only a few hours drive from the city–so you can cram a lot of fun into a relatively short amount of time.

Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road west of Melbourne is one of the world’s great scenic road trips, but there’s much more to see and do than snapping a selfie at the Twelve Apostles rock stacks. Zipline above the rainforest in Great Otway National Park, climb lighthouses, watch whales, surf iconic Bells Beach and pitch a tent on any one of several beachside camping areas. Road tripping doesn’t get much better than this.

Gippsland and the Bays

Gippsland stretches east of Melbourne to the sea and north to the border with NSW. Most of the coastline is protected by a string of national parks with fantastic seaside camping spots and holiday parks; you’re not a real Victorian if you haven’t camped at Wilsons Promontory (locals just call it the Prom) on the mainland’s southernmost tip at least once. This is also where you’ll find Phillip Island, home to the famous nightly penguin parade.

The Victorian Alps

The High Country is the place to go for winter snow sports and summer mountain bike trails and bushwalking. If that sounds too energetic, it’s also home to the Great Alpine Road, one of Australia’s best food and wine touring routes (and yes, the scenery is pretty good too).

The Grampians

In the state’s west the Grampians are another mountain playground, with a network of bushwalking trails from quick two-hour walking tracks to three-day hikes in the Grampians National Park. This is also where you’ll find the highest concentration of indigenous art in the state. Hipcampers can opt for bush camping sites in the national park, or more luxurious campsites in caravan parks in Halls Gap or Dunkeld.

Murray Riverlands

The mighty Murray, Australia’s longest river, forms most of the border with NSW to the north, and all along its length are great beachfront campsites–go for a swim or paddle a kayak, catch a fish, or sit back and watch the world glide by. Ride a restored paddle steamer at Echuca, take a cruise through the largest river red gum forest in the world at Barmah and dine out in the foodie hot spot of Mildura.

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