Grampians Old Man Emu Stay

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232 M



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John & Greta Honeyman
About the host, John & Greta Honeyman
Member since July 2016
We are offering a quiet and peaceful 100 acres for fully self sufficient caravan and motorhomers to relax and enjoy the beautiful bushland and scenic views with the Grampians to the west and Blackranges to the east. You are welcome to wander around and watch the native animals, such as Kangaroos, Emus, Deer, birds and other wild life, also the White Suffolk Sheep Stud that are on the property. We are offering good size unpowered sites near a large dam with camp fires in season.
18 reviews
Sharon Ribbink
03 Jan at 03:30
Absolutely loved our hosts John & Greta, they made us feel welcomed ensured everyone was safe and well throughout their stay. The setting is beautiful as you can see by the pics. We loved being amongst the wildlife and so close to the Grampians. Overall we had a brilliant time and will be back.
Jackie Handscomb
05 Jan at 08:58
We can't thank Greta and John enough for letting us enjoy this slice of paradise in the bush with surrounding beautiful views. We loved the peaceful location, wildlife and Halls Gap just a short drive away. Greta and John are the perfect hosts, who gave us a great welcome, we can't wait to return.
Kelly Freiberg
20 Feb at 09:39
Stayed on Austtralia Day long weekend. Campsites right next to dam. Owners so friendly and welcoming. Perfect property to take dogs. Prices very reasonable.Would definitely camp there again. High recommend to others.
Stephanie Henderson
14 Mar at 07:09
Found this littel piece of paradise 7 km outside the chaotic and bustling Halls Gap. Greata was lovely and even gave us some firewood. We had a superb peaceful, safe and independent camping weekend. Our dog loved it too!
Joel Wignell
14 Mar at 09:24
Lovely camp site and lovely people. Will be coming back again soon.
Michelle Rew
19 Mar at 09:12
Had a wonderful stay. Everyone was fairly spread out, which was nice that we weren't crammed together. Loved that each area had a bench and fire pit all ready for us. Only downside is you have to bring your own toilet. Loved the relaxing vibe and the wonderful host Greta. Thank you for the stay.
Bronwyn Van Dijk
13 Apr at 11:25
Beautiful setting. Plenty of kangaroos and a few emus getting about. Even the odd sheep walking through camp. enjoyed my stay and will definitely be back.
Jacqueline Cue
18 Apr at 09:32
We had a lovely time! Hosts were very helpful and other campers well behaved! We look forward to coming back. Thanks!
Rita Nalder
07 Oct at 10:04
Fantastic camp site. Wonderful hosts. Totally recommend for fully self sufficient campers.
Tony Milligan
03 Nov at 04:04
Beautiful campsite, right on the edge of the dam. We were visited by emus, kangaroos and flocks of cockatoos all weekend. They were the only things to interrupt the quiet. We loved our stay, and the hosts John and Greta were welcoming and helpful. We will definitely return soon.
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