Tuckeroo Stud

New South Wales

About the property
Creek camping adjoining the World Heritage Limpinwood Nature Reserve. Self-contained remote camping, no facilities, back to nature camping on Hopping Dick Creek.

No facilities you must BYO everything - we just supply nature. Within short distances to Mt Warning, Natural Bridge and the World Heritage National Parks.

We guarantee your privacy as we only take one booking at a time so the the place is all yours. We are busy farmers so will leave you to it.

The creek is always flowing, but water levels vary depending on rainfall. Please note we strictly do not welcome any doof parties. Small dogs permitted upon request only must be on lead at all times.
Nearest main town and distance
Murwillumbah, 20km
Tuckeroo Stud
1 available | max occupancy: 12 per Camping site (unpowered)
$ 25.00
per person per night
Self reliant camping with no facilities provided. We provide you with access to nature and you provide the rest. If you bing it with you then you also take it home with you, no rubish facilities provided. 2WD drive access in dry wether only. 4WD and camper trailers ok, not suitable for large caravans. No dogs. This is a self reliant back to nature experience, so if you are looking for time out from the normal pace of things, this is for you. Exclusivity and privacy guaranteed.
No Amenities provided, this is a self reliant back to nature experience. BYO everything.
Pub meals available at Tyalgum, 5km drive. Campfires permitted BYO wood. Please esure all rubbish is removed when you leave.
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Accommodation features
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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Disabled access

This host provides access and mobility for

Physical disabilities
Guide dogs
Deaf & hearing impaired

Guide and Assistance Dogs catered for. Difficult terrain makes it not possible to provide access for people with mobility disabilities.

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About the host, Scott Antcliff
Member since November 2016
Tuckeroo Stud is a working farm producing Murray Grey Cattle & Dorper Sheep specialising in providing seedstock genetics for the commercial industry. Tuckeroo Campground is not suitable for caravans and you will require a camping toilet. Please Send us a message if you need any further info.
9 reviews
Scott Rogers
27 Feb at 07:28
If you are chasing a 'back to nature' camping experience in a secluded, tranquil rural setting, then this is the site for you. Whether you want to explore the local area, or just laze around your camp by the creek, Tuckeroo Stud offers the best of both worlds. We loved it, definitely be be back!!
Glen Mackley
19 Apr at 05:48
Our stay over Easter at Tuckeroo stud was excellent, Having the creek to swim in provided a great refresher in the afternoon after a morning walking in the valley. The no frills camping really suits our family. Thanks Scott and Amanda
Tim Phillips
01 May at 03:23
Idyllic creek setting with majestic mountains for a back drop and a heap of space make this about as an ideal Youcamp destination as I could think of. Just hope it doesn't get too popular so we can easily spend a bit more time there in the future.
Brian Arnett
08 May at 10:33
Great spot! Quiet and out of the way yet close enough for an easy weekend getaway.
Julie Morrison
12 Sep at 01:01
What a fabulously relaxing weekend away, we highly recommend Tuckeroo Stud. Communication was great and having the site to ourselves was fantastic. We'll definitely be back to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the Limpinwood Valley at Tuckeroo Stud again.
Laura Jones
03 Oct at 08:35
Such a beautiful property! Gorgeous views and a lovely creek perfect for paddling in on a hot day. Scott was very welcoming and very informative - rain was forecast for our trip and he made sure we were prepared in case the creek started to rise. Lovely weekend!
Toby Birch
10 Oct at 08:24
Thanks for the stay, Scott. It was lovely to have a quiet spot on the creek, beautiful mountainous backdrop, and cows to wake up next to in the morning. Great part of the country - thanks for sharing. Toby
Nick Earle
02 Jan at 05:40
Beautiful place and very peaceful. Scott was very friendly and gave great instruction on the camp site and then did not intrude. Local cows dropped in for a visit each day. Lucky we like cows.
Tim Dick
05 Jan at 07:57
Great location for a camping spot - space, views, creek, fire and tranquility. Scott is great host, helpful and friendly on our arrival, made himself available if we required but left us to enjoy his piece of paradise in the upper Tweed Valley.
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