Fairview Off Grid Camping

New South Wales

About the property
** Currently open Fridays - Mondays, CLOSED DECEMBER and JANUARY (high bush fire risk)**

Fairview is a 1000 acre sheep and cereal cropping farm approx 23kms north of Temora NSW. Over 300 acres of privately owned natural hills and wooded bushland throughout our farming property, home to many native flora & fauna. Perfect for nature lovers, bird watchers, bush walkers or even fossickers.

Come and enjoy a slice of our peace and quiet, bright night skies and private bushland with some views that go on forever.

Access to camp sites is via internal farm roads, these are dirt and some contour banks need to be navigated. For this reason we recommend access for 4WD vehicles, off road caravans, camper trailers, tents and swags only.

NO TOILETS, NO SHOWERS, NO DOGS (assistance dogs permitted).
Nearest main town and distance
Temora, 23km
The Back Block (100 Acre Paddock)
5 available | max occupancy: 12 per Camping site (unpowered)
$ 10.00
per person per night
Best area for camper trailers / caravans (as well as all other types of camping) Large areas of level ground. Choose your campsite in 100 acres of farm land surrounded by natural granite rock hills and woodlands. No amenities - must BYO everything and leave no trace. Access to all hill areas. We will supply a fire bucket on your arrival.
No amenities. BYO everything and leave no trace.
Drinking water available call house to organise
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Hoopers (Tents/Swags)
2 available | max occupancy: 10 per Camping site (unpowered)
$ 10.00
per person per night
Hoopers is the name of the previous occupants of this portion of our farm. It has camping space in a creek below the hills in a cropping paddock, or other camp spots on the north-eastern side of the property. Access to all hill areas. We will supply a fire-bucket on your arrival.
No amenities. BYO everything and leave no trace.
Drinking water available contact the house to organise
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Activities & Tours
Day Visit (Saturday or Sunday)
$ 3.50
10am-5pm Saturday or Sunday. Pack a picnic and come for a day visit. Cook your lunch on the fire or bring a picnic. Go bushwalking, birdwatching, bring the kids bikes, and don't forget to bring your camera! Day visit only - NO OVERNIGHT STAY Please let us know if you will need a fire bucket for your day visit.
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Stubby Holder
$ 10.00
Grab yourself a Fairview Off-Grid Camping Stubby Holder as a memento of your visit
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Drinking Water
$ 10.00
Up to 20 litres of rain water available from main house
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Camp Oven Hire
$ 10.00
Hire our camp oven for your stay. $10 per booking. One off fee.
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6 Farm Fresh Eggs
$ 5.00
6 fresh eggs from the farm $5
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Accommodation features
& Tours
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Food and drink
accessible by: By 4WD or SUV only
Cancellation Policy
Flexible: Guest can cancel up to 24 hours before check-in for a full refund (except fee)
Property Rules Print Rules
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Safety warnings Print Warnings
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Disabled access

This host provides access and mobility for

Physical disabilities
Guide dogs
Deaf & hearing impaired

Assistance dogs are welcome on the property, we may ask for verification. Please do not leave them unattended as the safety of our animals is paramount.

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Deanne & Paul Goesch
About the host, Deanne & Paul Goesch
Member since July 2017
Paul is a fourth generation farmer and works as an Engineer in Temora. Dee also works in Temora and is studying Financial Planning. Together with our children, we run a 1000 acre farm, with 600 head of sheep, a small herd of Dexter cattle and grow cereal crops. Our property also includes over 300 acres of natural bushland boasting native flora and fauna and the colours are changing all year round. We love camping & being outdoors and are proud to share our favourite camping place with you!
1 review
Dean Egan
03 Oct at 09:04
We had a great relaxing getaway this is real bush combined with farm stay. A very private, setting tucked away in the hills yet close to Temora Village for easy resupply, cafes, restaurants, pubs and the Air Museum. This was a typical farm with sheep and cattle lots of baby lambs and calves around.
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