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Do you have a Site Map?

Yes! You can access it here 

Can we visit for the day?

Hosanna is open to day visitors between 9am – 5pm.

Day visits are $7pp for everyone 2 years of age and over. Saturday Evening passes are also available for $5pp or $10per family.

Bookings in advance help us plan for additional staff if required. You can book day passes here.

Can you bring pets?

We are pet friendly as long as your pet is friendly!

Cleaning fees may be applied for pets found to have caused mess or damage to grounds or buildings.

Click here to read through our Pet Guidelines.

What is your cancellation policy?

You can read our cancellation policy here.

You can read our full terms and conditions here.

What are your prices?

Please refer to our price list here.

Is Hosanna suitable for caravans?

Yes! We are not a traditional caravan park, however our sites a large, flat, (mostly) grassy with power and water connections on our powered sites.

What time is check-in and check-out?

For cabin and hut guests arrival is anytime from 2pm and departure time is 10am.

Camping guests (both powered and un-powered) can arrive anytime from 12pm and departure is 10am.

If you are arriving before your arrival time you may incur an early arrival fee;$5 p/p, and your site/cabin/hut may not be available until the allotted arrival time.

How big are your sites?

Our sites are all approximately 8m x 8m sites and are usually surrounded by ample green space to make it easier for you to enjoy the "wide open spaces".

Can you have campfires?

Yes, you can! As long as there are no current fire bans or restrictions. You can check here.

We have firepits located at every campsite and hut, as well as communal firepits in central locations both in the campgrounds, around the cabins and on our lawn area.

We ask that all campfires are kept in the firepits provided to keep our grounds in great condition. 

You are welcome to BYO firewood, to forage in our forest for dead wood that is on that ground, or purchase firewood from our store.

Do you have food options on offer?

We do have a coffee cart that sells fresh coffee and hot drinks, and a selection of baked goods. On weekends and school holidays we have a small menu of house made breakfast, lunch & dinner specials.

Do you have a dump point?

We don’t currently have facilities for dumping chemical toilets, the closest dump points can be found at

Is linen provided?

If you are staying in a Cabin, Hut or the Homestead, then your linen is provided, with towels for showering.

Can I fish at Hosanna?

We no longer allow fishing at Hosanna.

Do you only accept cash or can I use my card for payment also?

We accept cash or card for all purchases.

Do you sell gift vouchers?

We sure do! You can purchase gift vouchers online here:

What does your shop sell?

Our Hosanna General Store stocks all the essentials for camping:

Ice, firewood, milk & bread as well as ice-creams, soft drinks and basic hygiene supplies.

We are also proud to offer locally made products that support some of the fantastic small businesses in our area.

What will the weather be?

We suggest you check with your preferred weather service for forecasts and updates.

We're good at being farmers and hosts, but no so good at weather forecasting!

What if I arrive after hours?

If you are arriving late, we will contact you via sms with instructions on how to find your map and directions to your accommodation / site. These contacts are automatically sent from our booking system by 4pm every day.

We do ask those who arrive after hours to check-in with reception in the morning.

When I make a booking, what do I have to pay?

We require full payment at the time you make your booking.

Can we bring our kid's bikes?

You are more than welcome to bring your kids bikes, however, we do advise that road and general safety be considered at all times.

Are the huts fully enclosed?

Yes, our huts close up completely, leaving you cosy and private while you sleep. They do not have flyscreens.

Do the cabins and huts have heaters?

During the cooler months, our cabins do have oil heaters installed, and we have small ceramic fan heaters available if you are staying in our huts.

What time do you feed the animals?

Our animal feeding activity happens at 9am and 4pm daily.

What is there to do at Hosanna?

Please read through our list of offered activities here:

What do the cabins or huts have in them?

You can see our list of inclusions for our accommodation here:

What is the easiest way to book?

The easiest way to make a booking with us is to book online, using this website!

Is there mobile phone reception or Wi-Fi?

We have patchy network coverage given that we are nestled in a valley. Telstra is best, but still not great in some areas. We have wi-fi located around our main buildings.

Our suggestion is - make the most of the lack of reception and take the opportunity to disconnect from your technology!

Do you allocate campsites?

Yes, we do! We like to be organised.

Please refer to our site map if you would like to choose a specific site. You can select your site as part of your online booking process for an additional fee.

How can I purchase cancellation insurance?

Our booking system offers the option to take out cancellation insurance in the event you are unable to keep your booking. This is facilitated through a third-party (Chubb Insurance). You can only purchase cancellation insurance while making your booking on our website, it cannot be added at a later date. This applies to individual bookings only (group bookings and Homestead bookings are not eligible).