Our property is 325 acres of farm lifestyle, motorbike riding, natural bushland. We have a handful of cross bred cattle and a few sheep.
Relax by the creek and enjoy the peace and quite. Our creek heads down to Undercliff Falls, and you can walk along the creek 20/30 minutes to get there or a short drive by road. Great swimming!
Our campsites are comfortable and offer open areas, mostly natural bushlands and landscape.
People that come to stay with us mainly use our place as a base camp to explore the Granite Belt. With the exception of dirt bike clubs and other clubs that request private usage.
By appointment only. Extra fees and forms. Message us if you intend on bringing bikes. Due to an insurance condition, Motorbikes are allowed last weekend of the month, no helmet, no riding, no excuses. Stay on tracks. Due to Hipcamp insurance can no longer offer on here. No Eftpos.
Close walk to amenities and shelter. Please keep noise to a minimum after 10pm & remember noise travels at night.
Electric four is our only powered area, but we do allow generators.
Enjoy the creek frontage on Bookookarra Creek. Throw a line in to see if you can catch an eel. Walk to the creek at the camp area, watch the platypus play.
Spy over 50 species of birds, if you're a keen bird watcher and don't forget to bring your camera.
Bagged firewood is allowed an be purchased locally in Stanthorpe. Purchase on site is available as well. We do not allow you to go and get your own due to biosecurity.
We also have a small three bedroom cottage, with fenced dog yard. There are two double rooms and one (twin share) with single beds. The cottage is fully self-contained.
Dogs are welcome but must be supervised. Clean up after your dogs please.
on leash when roaming around. Do not allow your dogs to intrude on other camps.
Undercliffe, New South Wales, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Katrina R.Joined in July 2016
53 ratings · 30 reviews
September 13, 2022
Camping close to waterfall
Great campsite with great amenities within close hike to nearby waterfall. Would definitely stay again.
August 22, 2022
Had the whole place to ourselves. It was lovely. We did see the platypus every morning. It can get quite cold around winter, so pack your warm clothes (1.3 degrees on our coldest night). We were here during off-peak season, so it was quite serene. However, I can imagine the place being quite noisy during school holidays with trail bike riders.
Linda O.doesn't recommend
May 13, 2022
Advertised hot running water, stayed 2 nights with water for 1 night. Scrap metal was placed through camp facility so not safe for kids.
April 28, 2022
Cozy 3Brm Cottage
I loved the touches of flowers on the cottage, the horses to greet you at the back door for a few carrots and all the rustic touches of a country cottage. It has all you need to have a restful stay. I was introduced to all the farm animals including the baby bunnies. The fire at night was needed to keep warm to watch the stars, you might even get a visit from a friendly ginger farm cat to keep your lap warm. It's quite a big property to explore with other campers sprinkled around and if you dare to have a swim there is a swing to splash into the creek. Lots of rosellas, black cockatoos and a potential platypus living in the creek (which you’ll have to be patient to see). This is a nice solo camper getaway, for couples or even a cute family stay.
April 25, 2022
Beautiful property with very well mowed and looked after campgrounds. Hosts were very friendly and was plenty to do there.
April 24, 2022
The camping on the bank in front of the river was beautiful, stunning scenery. Good amenities, hot water was very appreciated.