Mt Barney Wilderness Camping Cabins

Mt Barney Wilderness Cabins
We offer you dormitory style accommodation in spacious cabins. All have changing rooms and roof-top solar power provides safe and adequate lighting. Bedding is not provided so please bring along your own pillows and sheets. Also, warm bedding - as mountain weather is variable, and it can get chilly at night even in the summer. The cabins are named after the mountains of the McPherson Ranges and all of them take in a different view of the property.
Ballow is located on the western edge of the camping ground, closest to the bush and overlooks our wildlife dam. The dam has been a safe waterhole for the Glossy black cockatoos – an endangered species. There are frogs aplenty in the dam and at certain times of the year they will serenade you to sleep. Can sleep up to 10.
Mowburra overlooks the camping ground and faces to the north: an ideal place to catch the morning sun and it gives you a great panoramic view of camping ground. It’s also an ideal spot for families with young kids this cabin is closest to hot showers and toilets. Can sleep up to 9.
Montserrat is located 50m away down from the camping ground and looks across to Mt Barney and down the Yamahra Creek valley. Ideal for those seeking further solitude and yet within walking distance of all the facilities. Can sleep up to 10.
 
 

 

Ballow

The Ballow overlooks a wildlife dam and sleeps 10

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Mowburra

Mowburra Cabin sleeps 9, looks north overlooking the main camping ground.

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Montserrat

The Montserrat: 50m from the main camping ground and looks towards Mt Barney and the Yamahra Creek valley.

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