|Nude Camping at Twin Falls is a unique experience, with generous sized camp sites and facilities that are available between around October to April or so. Our barn is a comfortable entertainment area, with cooking facilities and shelter - right beside our saltwater inground pool! Non-powered and Powered sites are available (limited numbers of powered sites and an additional fee applies).|
Please Note: there is no refridgerator available for campers and as you are camping - BYO everything you need! Accommodation is in whatever you bring (caravans must be towed with a 4wd).
Then there's our 2km walking track - so you can be energetic (or not)! There is also Petanque and other sports facilities available. Camping is available most days with an arrival time of 10am and 10am leave time on your day of departure. (no departures before 7am and after 11am additional day fees may apply) Bookings essential!
2020 Special : Pay for six nights stay for seven!
Rates per night: Single $35, Double $40, power extra $5 per night.
NB: We normally do not cater for children under 5 years of age.
No generators or excessive vehicle engine running times to charge batteries are permitted at Twin Falls.
Whilst we endeavour to "reserve" favourite campsites we make no guarantee of availability of them in busy times.
Bookings are essential - as we do not allow people to just turn up! (We make no guarantee of availability for same day bookings...)
PS: Please bring a working torch and you need to take your own rubbish with you (we do have a compost bin).
NB: Caravans / Motorhomes
There are no "dump points" at Twin Falls and you cannot empty chemical toilets here.
You cannot fill your vans tanks with water at Twin Falls as we are on tank water, however, there is a fill point at Andrews Park in Wauchope.
Generally we would not recommend bringing "standard" suspension caravans longer than about 20ft (depending on your towing and van setup / Likewise with motorhomes or camperhomes larger than a 25ft Winnebago) - to Twin Falls as the access to here is via a shallow creek crossing.