Gunyah Deepwater, New England, N.S.W.
Gunyah offers the self - contained motor home, caravaner or camper an opportunity to stay on a rural property and enjoy the natural surroundings of native wildlife in a scenic riverside campsite. Gunyah harbors several varieties of kangaroo, wallabies, varied parrot and bird life , hundreds of acres of remnant yellow box woodlands and a diverse range of water creatures including ducks, water dragons and platypus. Gunyah is less than half an hour from Glen Innes and sixty kms. south of Tenterfield.
Well behaved pets are welcome.
Please note...There are no toilet facilities or powered sites at the river.
The Deepwater River
is home to Cod, Catfish and Perch
Its gentle waters and reedy banks are perfect breeding grounds for native fish. Within easy distance of the head waters the water quality is high and recent fencing on the property has now excluded all domestic animals from the river banks. The cool mountain waters are perfect swimming on a hot summers day.
Camper's Delight ............peace at last.
Travellers on the New England Highway looking for a quiet, safe and natural campsite now have the opportunity to pull in at Gunyah. Only one km. from the village of Deepwater and its ammenities, Gunyah is a relaxed, friendly and natural setting for a day or two or perhaps more. Within an hours drive of Deepwater lie Gibralta Range National Park, Bald Rock and Boonoo Boonoo National Park .The historic mining and sapphire towns of Emmaville and Torrington are a mere twenty minutes from the farm and half an hour south nestles the larger town of Glen Innes with its historic main streets and Celtic heritage.