Remote and rugged escape in the Snowies

New South Wales

About the property
Available for camping is a 40 acre block boasting beautiful views and isolation, yet just 20 minutes drive from Cooma.

There is an amazing creek and an interesting canyon on the property and the views from the 1000m ASL block are spectacular.

This property would suit someone looking to enjoy some peace and quiet while not being too far away from civilisation. You need to be self-sufficient as there is no toilet or shower.

This is a remote escape and dogs are welcome. No hunting permitted.
Nearest main town and distance
Cooma, 30km
unlimited | max occupancy: 12 per Camping site (unpowered)
$ 20.00
per person per night
The camping site is located at the top of the block and has the best views available of the property and surrounds. Campers need to be self-sufficient in every sense of the word. This is remote. There are no toilets, no showers and no drinking water.
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accessible by: By 4WD or SUV only
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

This host provides access and mobility for

Physical disabilities
Guide dogs
Deaf & hearing impaired

Very remote location. Dogs are welcome on the property.

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Time at this location

David Laurence
About the host, David Laurence
Member since September 2016
7 reviews
Shaun Ross
05 Jan at 12:18
This property is absolutely amazing. The view from the campsite is spectacular. Lots of great bushwalking, plenty of available firewood and Cooma is only 20 mins drive. The host, David, is great and very accommodating. He is easily contactable and ready to help out with any issues. Loved this place.
Ross Carswell
22 Oct at 06:22
This is a serene rural space with a lot of sky. Open to the elements high on a hillside but the payoff is the great view. We enjoyed being alone and having a nice campfire and a good walk. *Leave No Trace*
Pippa Hall-Johnston
23 Nov at 05:49
Not for the faint hearted but totally worth it. Sweeping majestic 270 degree views, not a house in sight, perched up on top of the world.
Jorja Bon-kriesel
04 Jan at 12:09
We had the place to ourselves! Very private even with road nearby but only two cars passed the whole time. Rain stopped us from having a walk all the way down to the creek unfortunately. Beautiful views in a secluded spot nonetheless.
Margot Law
04 Jan at 12:19
We had a fantastic time on David's property! Fabulous views, incredible canyon and beautiful wild flowers.
Paul Newland
05 Feb at 04:47
This is a great spot. The views on a clear night with a full moon are amazing. Very enjoyable and David is accessible and very helpful. We plan on another visit.
Ross Carswell
03 Apr at 08:46
2nd booking. Easter this time, so quiet and perfect weather. No flies, no mozzys. Very dry this time, the region obviously needs good rain. Loads of roo sighting, one wombat, and stray goats too.
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