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3 Moons Camp

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3 Moons Camp

6 guests1 bedroom2 beds0 bathrooms
6 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
0 bathrooms

3 Moons Camp is set on 45 hectares/ 110 acres and borders Cania Gorge National Park. Onsite is 3 Moon Creek frontage with beautiful swimming locations, caves to explore and bush walks. Available accommodation is a large bell tent with queen size bed. There is also a fully kitted out “Bush Kitchen” with all the cooking and eating gear you require, BBQ, gas cookers, fridge and a “Bush Shower” with hot shower and composting toilet. All you need to bring is your food and clothes!


Free parking on premises
Cooking basics
Dishes and silverware
Unavailable: Smoke detector
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide detector
The host hasn't reported smoke or carbon monoxide detectors on the property.
Entire place
You’ll have the space to yourself and will only share it with those you’re traveling with.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed



39 reviews
Shelby User Profile
September 2019
We had a great time at 3 moons! So nice to have a private campground. The tent is very spacious and comfortable. It was cold at night but many blankets provided for warmth! Used the bush kitchen to make dinner and everything was really easy to use. Cania Gorge hikes just 5…
Fiona User Profile
August 2019
We had such a fun time staying at 3 moons! Neither my partner or I are overly keen campers but having the convenience of the beautiful tent already set up with a very comfortable mattress, kitchen and bathroom facilities made it so easy and enjoyable. We packed an Esky for the…
Belinda User Profile
July 2019
This is not glamping. It's camping that's all set up for you. It's not a criticism, just a realistic assessment. If you don't like things a bit of rustic, don't camp. In our case it was probably a bit worse because it had been raining so the car got muddy inside cos of our…
Kashi User Profile
June 2019
Friendly hosts. Spacious belltents...great value for anyone not already travelling with their own tenting equipment. El cheapo...camping not glamping. Cania gorge walks & the dam only a short drive. Sealed road up to the property. Monto is a short drive away...a tranquil town…
Jackie User Profile
June 2019
One lady before me mentioned having a “bad experience” with a brown pony. I also had a “bad experience” which I’d like to detail below for the benefit anyone considering staying here. Our 2 year old son was loving the open space, he was collecting sticks and picking up rocks on…
Esther User Profile
May 2019
Good location. We had some bad experiences with the brown pony Ned and avoided the camp site at times when we knew he would be there. The place was nice however appeared run down compared to other camping options near-by that were of comparable value.
Peter User Profile
April 2019
This accommodation is for the adventurous; those who love picturesque countryside, swimming in hot weather, and inquisitive horses. If the weather is at all damp, bring a 4wd vehicle. With these conditions satisfied you should have a special experience that you will always…

Hosted by Jaiben

Coominglah Forest, AustraliaJoined in April 2016
Jaiben User Profile
41 Reviews
Interaction with guests
We will normally try to greet you and show you around the property. But if we are not around settle in and don’t be scared to check everything out yourself. Also, we will give you some history, information etc about Cania Gorge, the surrounding Three Moon valley and Monto area if…
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour
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House Rules

No pets
Check-in is anytime after 12PM (noon) and check out by 10AM