If you are still romanticising about the film Brokeback Mountain and wouldn’t mind looking at some rural pursuits next holiday, why not try Camp Brokeback?
Just under 2.5 hours north of Sydney on the edge of the Hunter Valley, this gentle rural gay retreat will let you experience rural Australia and find the cowboy within.
The secluded, clothing optional farm stay offers a wide variety of retreat options for you and your partner or a group of friends.
Overlooking a vineyard and on a Clydesdale horse stud, Camp Brokeback offers you everything from a campsite and billy tea for lovers of the traditional rural experience, to a sling room and free lube and condoms for the more adventurous groups.
You can fish, go bushwalking and bird watching, relax in the hot tub or just play a few games of pool, eat and laze in a hammock reading.
Those guests who want to learn to ride a horse can do so, and there is even a one-day course in wine production.
There are two rooms to choose from and accommodation for 10 people.
Those looking to take a group of friends along should also pack their favourite CDs and DVDs as full entertainment facilities are provided. Heck, there’s even a karaoke machine for when you want to let off some steam.
All you need to do is pack your moleskins, Drizabones, boots and hats and get ready to enjoy a rural retreat with a difference.
Prices start from $150 per couple per night. Mid-week and two-couple discounts are available. Bookings: AH 4994 5100; BH 4994 5559 or email at [email protected]

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