Situated just off Jamberoo Mountain Road, we are ideally located between Bowral and Kiama. This campsite is a flat grassy area with rural views to the west and north west. Enjoy the lush green grass under the shade of old gnarly trees. We offer access to power and wifi, and dogs on leashes are very welcome. Campers should be self-sufficient, bring their own toilet/shower ame
Situated just off Jamberoo Mountain Road, we are ideally located between Bowral and Kiama. This campsite is a flat grassy area with rural views to the west and north west. Enjoy the lush green grass under the shade of old gnarly trees. We offer access to power and wifi, and dogs on leashes are very welcome. Campers should be self-sufficient, bring their own toilet/shower amenities.
Various birds, wombats and wallabies are common around our farm and we're located very close to Carrington Falls (Budderoo National Park), the Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk and Barren Grounds Nature Reserve where you can go for a lovely bushwalk or have a swim.
This campsite is best suited to caravans or RVs as we are situated near a semi-busy tourist road between Robertson and Jamberoo (perfect if you need a safe place to stay on your adventure). Our front paddock has easy access off Gordon’s track.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 40% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
@ Burradoo National Park ( Carrington Falls) and Barren Grounds Nature Reserve
@ nearby Carrington Falls
Various birds, wombats and wallabies are common around the farm, plus a few kilometres down the road you will find Barren Groun...Read more
Natural features you'll find at “The Run” @ Pheasant Ground in New South Wales.
Mown level field
@ nearby Carrington Falls
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We spent three nights camping at "The Run" and had a great time. It's a 5 minute drive to the Budderoo National park which has some great swimming spots, waterfalls and bush walks.
The highlight of our stay was traversing the rocky descent, down the Missingham Steps to the Kangaroo River 300m below to swim, have lunch and start the return climb. It's a Class 6 route and should only be attempted in dry conditions and must be properly prepared.
For the less adventurous hiker or family with small children there is the Minnamurra Rainforest Centre near Jamberoo, 30 minute drive away (get there early as it's popular) and then lunch at the Jamberoo Pub. Also there is Nellies Glen swimming hole, smaller walks and the spectacular Carrington Falls only 5 minutes away.
"The Run" is a very spacious, flat, grassy site set back from the tourist road, its partly exposed to passing traffic during the day but this disappears at night.
Mains Power and Wifi is a bonus, mobile coverage was available on Telstra but not 4G.
Although the site is under some trees, it is still in an exposed paddock with passing road traffic. There are also residential properties partly visible in the adjacent blocks and it's important that you bring your own private Toilet facilities with you. The closest Public Toilet is a 5 minute drive at Nellies Glen.
Also the site is in the Southern Highlands, so can get cold snaps in the morning and evenings. The camp fire was appreciated even in the summer.
The Robertson Pie shop is also 5 minutes up the road toward Robertson for break from camp lunches.
Tourist type things we didn't have time to do:
Book for Breakfast/Lunch at the Historic Robertson Hotel
There's also a short walk at the Robertson Nature Reserve.
Stop at the the Robertson Cheese Factory.
The Robertson Pizza and Thai Restaurant look worth a try.
Awesome inland stay!
Prefect tree change for a few nights. If you love the country sounds of roosters crowing and cows mooing in the distance you will love this spot. Loved the big fire pit. Brendan was extremely helpful.
Simple site with good access
“The Run” was a convenient place to stay to explore Robertson, the Southern Highlands and across to Kiama and surrounds.
It’s a fairly basic setup with a paddock just off the road.
Because you are quite close to the road, you do get a bit of road noise, but luckily there is very little traffic at night.
There is power available but you will require a 10A to 15A adaptor if your van has a standard 15A lead.
Brendan was very helpful with providing accurate directions and making sure we were all set up.
If you are looking for an easy no frills place to park your van and explore the area, this is a good option
Stayed in second campground out the back more suitable for tents. Very happy with how close it is to all the waterfalls in the area. Private in amongst the bush. Saw 2 black cockatoos whilst eating breakfast.
Convenient and comfortable
Lovely base to explore all that the area has to offer. We have to come back because we ran out of time to see everything we wanted. Site is exactly as described and Brendhan a very personable host. 👍