Stoney Creek Permaculture and Healing

New South Wales

About the property
Welcome to Stoney Creek Permaculture and Healing Farm on the Mid North Coast of NSW.

We are a working permaculture farm with a leave no trace policy. We are co-creating a place for people to restore and connect to their health and wellbeing through farm fresh chemical free food, connection to nature and the nature within.

10 mins Bulahdelah, Seal Rocks our nearest beach & we are near to the Grandis, tallest tree in NSW.

Campsites from $25 per adult $5 per child. We're cradled in a valley & surrounded by national park with wildlife all around. We have BBQ area, outdoor hot water shower and eco-toilets. We have a dedicated parking area for cars and walk in camping, for safety and ecological reasons we keep cars off camping fields. Farm tours & workshops. Fires ok, unless ban on, bring wood. Please see map below 4 easiest way to get here.
Nearest main town and distance
Bulahdelah 7 kilometres
Campsite unpowered
12 available | max occupancy: 49 per Camping site (unpowered)
$ 25.00
per person per night
We have a strict leave no trace policy & asks guest to take responsibility for taking with them what they bring here ~ this includes rubbish. We are a place & space to reconnect with nature and the nature within. We have BBQ, outdoor hot water shower & eco-toilets. Camping & parking fields are next to each other, luscious green fields, we keep cars off camping area for safety and ecological reasons. Please arrive at house & we will guide you . Fires ok, unless there is a ban, bring wood.
Outdoor composting toilet and outdoor hot water shower for use, we are on tank water and ask that showers are kept to 3minutes we are conserving water for dry spells.
We have a large share BBQ for use in the camping area. We are ok with fires as long as there is no ban in place and people exercise care. There is plenty of kindling lying around, your free to help yourself to it but please bring wood to burn.
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Glamping ~ A Womb in the Woods
1 available | max occupancy: 2 per Glamping tent
Pricing is for 2 people.
Extra adult from $50.00 p/n
Extra child from $0.00 p/n
$ 150.00
per Glamping tent per night (Price is for 2 people)
1 bedroom (King x1) | 1 living room (0 sofa beds)
Glamping ~ A Womb in the Woods at StoneyCreek Permaculture & Healing ~ Immersion in Nature. perfect for couples & romantic getaways or those who would like a solo retreat to connect more deeply and go within ~ solitude in the woods. BBQ Picnic set is included, an esky ~ you need to bring ice and food supplies ~ campfire set up and wood supplied first night. King sized bed linen included. Visitors are welcome to enjoy our barn library lounge gallery also.
1 bedroom (King x1) | 1 living room (0 sofa beds)
Our glamping tent is set up in a somewhat private paddock creating the feeling of seclusion.
Unplug from it all and plug into nature ~ enJOY the willderness
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Accommodation features
& Tours
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Food and drink
Common areas
accessible by: By Car
Cancellation Policy
Moderate: Guest can cancel up to 10 days before check-in for a full refund (except fee)
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Disabled access

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Stoney Creek Permaculture & Healing Boolambayte
About the host, Stoney Creek Permaculture & Healing Boolambayte
Member since July 2016
Stoney Creek Permaculture and Healing Farm is home to Stephen, Melanie, Dylan and Iorua. We are working to co-create a place for people to restore and connect to their health and wellbeing in all areas of their lives, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Sites $25 per adult - Children under 12 free. Looking for a place and space to reconnect with nature and the nature within… We have BBQ area, outdoor hot water shower and eco-toilets. Fires ok, unless a ban, bring wood
21 reviews
Catherine Field
06 Oct at 09:26
We had the most amazing camping experience at Stoney Creek Permaculture & Healing. Four families over four nights in such a gorgeous setting. Our children ran free & had so much fun - they collected the eggs and fed the horse. We all loved the farm tour and the insights into permaculture farming.
Andrew Valder
06 Oct at 10:31
Love it. A creek, chickens, a horse and lovely owners. HEAPS of firewood provided. Excellent permaculture vibes. A shower + toilet to take the camping edge off. Amazing rainforest up the back of the property. Owners ran a drawing workshop for our kids in the super cool old shed. Thumbs up.
Naomi Scamp
17 Jan at 08:35
Stoney Creek provided the perfect stop on our big trip north. Great host and beautiful campground, plenty of space and limited to a few families - BONUS! Shower was a clever gas heated facility and eco-toilets clean though slightly smelly - but to be expected at this time of year. Thumbs up from us
Cassady Oneill
30 Jan at 11:54
Great place to stay, very scenic and realxing. Camp facilities are also very good.
Debi McClelland
17 Apr at 08:11
What a lovely place. Melanie, Stephen and Yoduwa and Daniel were great so happy and content in life. Very accomodating and friendly. Great place to stay we will go back for sure. Thanks Steve for your wonderful tractor skill. Feel much more relaxed after just 3 days at this beautiful place.
Liss Smith
18 Apr at 04:46
Amazing! The place was spotless. Despite the recent wet, the grounds were still well taken care of and the toilets were very clean. Children could run free. We will be back. This place is beautiful.
Victor Harnadi
22 Apr at 11:42
Good facilities. Nice campsites with plenty of room. Beautiful property. Our young kids loved it.
Nicole Leuning
25 Apr at 01:10
IStoney Creek is beautiful site for camping with good facilities - composting toilets, a shower, a kitchen sink and a barn for visitor use with a kettle, table and chairs and couches- great for when it rained on us. We loved doing the permaculture farm tour, too. BYO drinking water. Great for kids.
Stephanie Marcellin
03 Oct at 08:08
Lovely place, lovely hosts. A pleasure to be able to lit our own fire near the tents to keep warm and cook! Great to cycle for older kids and also younger ones. Would definitely recommend.
Andrew Cahill
03 Oct at 08:25
Great spot for a quiet weekend away. Mel and Steve are very welcoming and easy going. The toilets are very clean and eco friendly. They provided us with our own private fire pit (must bring own wood). Perfect place to bring your pet. Close to Seal Rocks and other great beaches.
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