Yellowwood Forest Campsite
About Yellowwood Forest Campsite
Yellowwood Forest is a peaceful place surrounded by enormous trees and lush riverine vegetation; a birdwatcher's paradise offering a tranquil space for all, especially nature-loving campers. The Yellowwood Forest Campsite is situated in a beautiful garden on the bank of the Inchara River, approximately 1 km from Morgan Bay beach. The river is wonderful for the kids to explore and a short walk away is a dam for fishing, swimming and canoeing.
This rural setting offers tent sites and ablution facilities, all built from recycled and locally sourced materials. Limited electrical points are available. The rustic thatched bush camp is tucked away on the riverbank and sleeps two people. We also have a loft which sleeps two comfortably.
In season an outdoor pizza oven serves delicious wood-fired pizza and the Tree Tops tearoom offers light snacks and refreshments. Our craft shop offers local, interesting art, crafts, gifts and clothing.
Please note that the riverside campsites are situated in the river. Be warned during unusual flood conditions, that we cannot accept responsibility for any natural disasters, acts of God, accidents or mishaps that may occur as a result of staying in this wild and beautiful place.
Yellowwood Forest Campsite Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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