STAY WITH US

We have a number of facilities here to make your stay as pleasant as possible and can assist with respite and emergency accommodation. We cater for everything from swags, tents, camper trailers, caravans and motor homes. Limited power is available during off peak times on request.

 Please note: With the exception of emergency accommodation, all camping bookings and day visits require 48 hours notice and a confirmed booking PRIOR to your arrival.

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Accommodation 4
Accommodation 4
Accommodation 5
Accommodation 5
Accommodation 3
Accommodation 3
Accommodation 2
Accommodation 2
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BOOKINGS CALENDAR

Unless the calendar date states "closed" we always have camping available.

Please note: 48 hours notice and a confirmed booking is required prior to your arrival.

For emergency accommodation or short notice requests please contact us.

We are currently closed to all
camping bookings
until further notice

Our septic system has literally shit itself and until this is rectified we cannot sustain camping. All events will continue to run with the use of port-a-loos, but showers will not be available.

FARM FACILITIES AND INFORMATION

I have tried to make this information as informative as possible and it will be continually updated to keep it as current as possible, but please feel free to message with any questions.

  • Common areas - In the large shed there is a large common room with couch, television, table and chairs and kitchenette. The kitchenette has a fridge / freezer, microwave, toaster and kettle. Just off this, there is an en-suite with shower, basin and toilet and in the shed you will find a laundry with tub and washing machine. The clothes line is on the northern side of the shed as you enter the common room. There is also a BBQ for communal use. 

  • Accommodation - An old RAAF interpreters cabin has been converted into two bedrooms. Each room has a triple bunk, complete with safety rail and ladder, (double bottom and single top), a small gentlemen's cupboard, a lamp and there is also a port-a-cot for those with young children.BYO bedding and towels. Its primary use is for respite / emergency accommodation. CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE FOR BOOKINGS

  • Food - You will need to supply all your own food and drink and prepare it yourself. I try to keep the kitchenette stocked with basic condiments such as salt, pepper, butter, oil, sauces, tea, coffee, sugar, long life milk, cling wrap, alfoil, paper towel and the like. The kitchenette is also equipped with basic cutlery, crockery, pots, pans, mugs, glasses and plastics.

  • Power - Power is limited, but may be able to be provided in low tempo periods. If you have a 15 amp cable you must use a AS/NZ approved 15 amp to 10 amp converter to plug into our power as currently only have 10 amp plugs available.

  • Fires - There is a large communal fire area complete with a one of a kind fire pit. There are also a few other additional, smaller fire pits for use in private camping areas. You will find plenty of kindling and fire wood onsite although you will most likely have to collect yourself and I have a chainsaw to cut larger pieces. I try to keep the fire area stocked with larger chopped firewood as much as possible.

  • Facilities - Inside the large shed you will find a gym. It includes a commercial treadmill and cross trainer, a multi-station work out machine, recumbent bike, rowing machine, flat bench, incline bench, free weights, mats, rollers, boxing equipment, fit ball and hand weights. Outside next to the accommodation there is a brand new 8m mineral pool for your enjoyment.

RULES FOR VISITORS
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YOU ARE NOT ALONE

 We all love rules right, and no doubt are pretty used to them after serving our time. While most are simply common sense and common decency, I have to write them down so they are clear to the greater masses and we don’t have any grey areas.