The quaint little town of Bellbrook has quality accommodation options. Choose from a lodge, cabins, homestead, health retreat and camping in Blackbird Flat Recreational Area. You will feel a warm hinterland welcome providing a home away from home for holiday makers to the area.
Longing to find a place surrounded by mountains, a river with bass, birds singing and where the air is clean. Bass fishing is popular in the upper reaches of the Macleay River with some of the best fishing spots located between Blackbird Flat and Bellbrook. For those wanting to get back to nature, there is car based camping at Blackbird Flat with no power, pit toilets, a shelter shed and wood barbeque. Dogs are welcomed at the campground making it ideal for day visits as well. No bookings are required as there are no set allocated sites, just an open grassy area on a flat overlooking the Macleay River.
Bass Lodge at Georges Junction is a timber fishing lodge giving visitors all the comforts of being at home. To keep one in tuned to the natural surrounds Bass Lodge is made from rocks from the river, timber logs and from the balcony one can take in views of the river. At the end of a long day fishing or four wheel driving, enjoy a relaxing soak in the spa or for the cooler months curl up around the wood fire. There is disable access to the central floor of the three storey lodge which sleeps up to 12 people. There is no shops nearby so pick up all the supplies in Kempsey, Willawarrin or Bellbrook.
Ten minutes from Bellbrook but still in tranquil cattle grazing territory is Bemurrah Homestead. Set on 250 acres with Macleay River and mountain views guests can unwind during their stay. The homestead sleeps up to 10 people, with a country kitchen; barbeque and deck for outdoor dining or in the cooler months relax by the fireplace. Enjoy bush walks, canoeing, fishing and artistic pursuits.
Bellbrook Cabins is on the edge of the Heritage Trust Village of Bellbrook. The timber cabins give a rustic country ambience, being located on the Macleay River bank and surrounded by mountains. It is an easy walk around town; learn more about the town’s buildings following the Bellbrook Historic Walks Brochure. Supplies can be purchased at the General Store which has a café or walk to the river to catch fish for dinner. Dogs are welcome and the cabins are popular with families, couples and fishers.