Warrawong On The Darling

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Toasting marshmallows and making friends at Warrawong on the Darling Camp

There’s something about sitting around a campfire that makes you feel instantly connected to the world, your fellow campers, and the universe. Maybe it’s because you can see the stars so much clearer, or maybe it’s the heat from the fire that makes you feel all tingly inside. Whatever the reason, if you’re staying at Warrawong on the Darling Camp, you’re in for a treat every night around 5 pm. This is when nibbles are served, and the campfire is started, and the magic begins.

At Warrawong on the Darling Camp, you don’t need to be an experienced camper or wilderness expert to enjoy the nightly nibbles and campfire. In fact, the only skill you need is the ability to get up and stand around the fire without burning your marshmallow to a crisp. The nibbles are always delicious and include a range of local and Australian favourites, perfect for grazing on while you chat with your fellow campers.

As you nibble, the hosts and staff members of Warrawong on the Darling Camp will be lighting up the fire and watching over it as it crackles and pops. This is the perfect time to ask them all the questions you might have about the camp or the surrounding area. They’re always eager to share their knowledge and recommendations for great spots to explore nearby.

But the real magic happens when the sun goes down and the stars come out. As the fire dies down to a perfect roasting temperature, everyone gathers around with their marshmallows (or whatever else they’d like to roast) and gets to toasting. It’s hard not to feel like a kid again as you watch your marshmallow turn golden brown and feel the heat from the fire on your face.

It’s also hard not to strike up a conversation with the people around you. Even if you’re travelling alone or with a small group, the campfire provides the perfect opportunity to socialise with other campers and make new friends. It’s amazing how much easier it is to connect with strangers when you’re all sitting around a fire with toasted marshmallows in your hands.

So, if you’re staying at Warrawong on the Darling Camp, don’t miss out on the nightly nibbles and campfire. You never know what kind of new friends you might meet or experiences you might have. Whether you’re travelling with family, friends or solo, this is the perfect opportunity to connect with nature, the local area and the people around you. It’s a memory you’ll never forget and a reminder that some of the best adventures come from the most unexpected places.


Just remember to Bring Your own Chair! See you there 5pm at the Camp Fire!