Mulla Villa CampingMulla Villa Camping
As an integral component of early Australian Colonial History, the Mulla Villa Homestead is a significant residence that was built by convicts under the guidance of Wollombi’s first magistrate David Dunlop in 1840. Our camping grounds are located across the road from the Homestead and are directly next to the creek bed where you will find our historic built bridge.
- Mulla Villa Camping Ground is available to the public all year round, although bookings are essential, and visitors must sign in before entering the site, and sign out on departure.
- Facilities are very basic and limited to some solar lighting. Guests are encouraged to be fully self-contained.
- Toilet facilities are available at Mulla Villa Homestead only.
- No shower facilities are available to campers.
- Free drinking water is available from Mulla Villa Homestead and visitors are encouraged to bring their own drinking container.
- Dogs are permitted with travelling campers within the camp grounds only, although due to surrounding properties with cattle and other farm animals, along with local wild life, all care must be taken, and dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
- Campers are also permitted to utilise the swimming pool in the warmer months but must check in with Mulla Villa staff before entering the pool.