This is a bush camp site. This site can take from 1 to 20 people. It has a designated fire pit, Plenty of room surrounded by wattle trees. From this camp site you have a view of the dams and it's just a quick walk down the hill to the creek behind you.
Price is per person.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Great pet friendly place
It’s a fantastic and relaxing place. Great location !! everything close in case you need to buy some groceries and visit some pet friendly places ( beaches or hiking )
Great property, just an hour and a half from sydney and 5min off the M1 but felt remote and private. We had a very wet weekend but our site had good drainage. Met by host Lisa and her lovely dogs, Will definitely stay here again.
Fantastic place to stay. Lisa is lovely and her dogs Brown Paws and Titan are gorgeous and hang around to protect me or maybe for treats!! Peaceful. The first night was just me and 12 hours of rain but the next night was heaps of people and cos they're spread out you don't notice them. Highly recommend.
We had a warm welcome, and we especially liked the visit during the stay, from time to time by two very lovely and friendly dogs. Our dog did not feel intimidated at all.
There was plenty of open space and only a few neighbours at a distance. If you plan to be off-grid with a camper, giving some careful thought where you set up is essential, more so in autumn/winter.