This is a great spot and would definitely return. Lots of animals for the kids to play with, good camping area, nice camp kitchen and heaps of fantastic art all around the area to see. We don’t drink coffee, but our friends said it was good. The family that runs it is also very friendly. We would stop over again.
I travelled here in 2019 and it was amazing, They were very welcoming, The space was amazing it was also dog friendly that helped us a lot. The fire was a great place to spend time with the family. The goats and chickens were adorable and super entertaining. The coffee shop doesn't look like much but it serves amazing coffees and is super cool. This place is a must
The bush camp was amazing, it was dog friendly as well as family friendly. At feeding time the owner let the children meet the adorable baby goats and chickens. The camp kitchen was great for meeting the other campers and the fire kept everyone warm. The coffee shop doesn’t look like much on the outside but it surprised everyone as it was funky and groovy on the inside and the coffee and hot chocolate was a fantastic The Bush Camp is a must and amazing all around. - The Grego’s
What beautiful people to welcome you into their little town.. a great place for a family with kids with lots of animals to visit or if travelling with an adult group a sheltered kitchenette a wood stove and fire pit.. Not only are the hosts extending their home, the story behind their quirky coffee and bag shop is about keeping the small community connected with a meeting place and often fundraising for those in need.. clean drop loos , no shower but you can’t help but relax in this space.
Stayed here for 1 night. Best $10 we have spent, plenty of room, great atmosphere. The hosts lit the fire in the communal pit and wood stove at 4pm. You need to visit the longdrop after dark to see the led "spider" and it's web We had a look at the showgrounds, but the vans we very tightly packed