StoneyCreek Permaculture and Healing is cradled in a valley surrounded by Myall Lakes National Park, on the Mid North Coast of NSW. This property is 40 acres of cleared and tree-filled land offering shaded camping under the trees, by the creek and a variety of large, separate and private areas in which to camp. StoneyCreek flows through the valley and the farm is natural wonderland and home to an abundance of wildlife and green corridors connecting biodiversity islands on both sides of national park forest.
The farm offers BYO Camping with a Glamping accommodation coming soon, safe parking, BBQ area, hot shower, eco toilets, a communal fire pit. This location is perfect for those wanting absolute privacy, as well as large groups, retreats, and gatherings from 1 to 70 people.
StoneyCreek is home to Stephen & Melanie Dylan. We are working to co-create a place for people to restore and connect to their health and wellbeing through organic farm fresh chemical free food, connection to nature and the nature within. Our Mission is creating regenerative spaces for all life to thrive, as we all participate and innovate by connecting and learning deeply from each other.
We are located 10 mins Bulahdelah, Seal Rocks our nearest beach; we are near to the Grandis, one of the tallest trees in NSW.
Unpowered Campsites $30 per adult ($40 from 23th of December to the 7th of January) - Children under 16 free.
AmenitiesBBQ eco toilet firepit hot shower parking toilets unpowered
Things to knowchild-friendly leave no trace quiet area suitable for groups
Bring your own tent.
There the possibility to have your own campsite fire if there are no fire restrictions in place. Fires ok, unless there is a ban, bring wood.
Here at Stoney Creek Permaculture and Healing farm we are all about working with nature, and recognising the importance of restorative practices that regenerate the land and human spirit. We are here to learn and share ways of living that are respectful of all life and our environment. As we are a chemical free property, we ask you to use ecofriendly personal hygiene products. We have a grey water system that uses plants to treat the sink and shower waste water so being conscious about that it's very important. We have 2 small dogs and a horse so if you bring your one dog we ask you to be totally responsible for keeping your friend in the camping paddock
We require all parents/carers to maintain full responsibility for their children whilst camping at Stoney Creek. We have creeks, ponds and dams and require strict supervision from parents in regards to children's safety around water. Being the Australian bush we are grateful to be surrounded by nature and wildlife, amongst the birds and wallabies, we have also been known as home to spiders and snakes, the odd leech or two and in summer time ticks. Occasionally wild dogs have been known to visit surrounding bush. We ask that you maintain awareness, keep an eye on your children at all times, wear sensible shoes, boots, gumboots and watch your step as you enjoy the space and serenity.
Activitiesbushwalking farm tour
Guests must cancel 7 days before check-in / workshop start time at the latest and is then entitled to a full refund of total tariff.