The campsite is situated at the heart of Zaytuna Farm with close access to toilet facilities, kitchen garden, education centre, a common area with wifi and a shared kitchen.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at The Main Campsite in New South Wales.
The vibe at The Main Campsite
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
This was a great find. We stopped for 2 nights. Campsite is well set up and the facilities clean. Having access to the communal kitchen was helpful when we realised we were out of gas. Darren and the volunteers were welcoming. Take a walk around the property and pat horses. Beautiful place.
Absolutely loved the farm. It is quiet, well kept, we felt very welcome. It was easy to locate. Loved walking around the farm admiring the fruit and veg garden, the beautiful creeks, birds. We will 100% return. Thank you Darren.
Was extremely happy with my experience. I’ve gained a wider understanding of the permaculture environment and enjoyed my time living alongside the amazing staff. Would highly recommend to anyone and can not wait for my next stay!
We stayed 2 nights here in our camper trailer. Lovely large flat area for campers. Working farm which you are free to wander around. Lots of birds, animals, great kitchen vegie garden. Composting toilets and great shower facilites. Very quiet place to stay if you are wanting some time out.
My stay at Zaytuna farm was very special, amazing learning experience. Camping sites/platforms, bathrooms, kitchen are clean & well maintained, wifi runs fast, couches bit dirty tho. Volunteers were all very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Arriving by public transport is tricky, the rest epic.
What a great spot to camp up for a night or a month!
Only had a couple of nights here but you could feel and see the drive and passion to move towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
Darren was a great host and had a wealth of knowledge on permaculture farming and the local area. Fresh chook eggs!!
There were New Year crowds in Nimbin
And the word had passed around
That The Channon was too chocka on that day,
So I camped out at Zaytuna
In the permaculture haven:
Interesting, clean and peaceful for your stay.
(Apologies to A.B. Paterson)
Last minute trip to avoid fires ended up a surprisingly good find for our family of 5. Aside from industrial kitchen, communal area and clean bathrooms the highlight was experiencing the progressive (and topical) land management practises that offered something a bit different to the average camp.