Starting at

$395 /Night

Starting at

$395 /Night

Paperbark Camp

new south wales, australia

Thoughtfully placed amongst the spotted gums and Paperbark trees on the banks of the Currambene, Creek, the twelve Australia glamping safari style tents feature solar powered lighting, private en-suite and a wrap around verandah from which to enjoy the peace and ambience of the pristine bush environment.

The camp offers a unique blend of fine food and wine, cosy canvas accommodation and a peaceful bush setting,  the perfect base from which to explore this nature lovers paradise.

Glamping Options:

  • Tents

Great For

  • couples
  • honeymoon
  • romantic
  • small groups
  • solo travelers

Experience

  • beach
  • forest / woods
  • jungle

Total Accomodations Available

  • 12

Specials & Promotions

Transfers from $45-295. 1 hour in-tent massage $130. Picnic per person $30. Gift certificates for Paperbark Camp and The Gunyah restaurant


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Accommodation Options

$329

Delux Safari Tent

  • Sleeps: 1 - 2
  • Bath: 1
  • Rooms: 1

The Deluxe safari tent is perfect for a romantic escape, ideally suited for two people.

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$520

King Deluxe Safari Tent

  • Sleeps: 4 - 6
  • Bath: 1
  • Rooms: 1

The King Deluxe safari tent, known affectionately as ‘King Parrot’ is the ultimate in luxury bush camping.  Actually perhaps it can’t really be called camping at all, more a super-sized canvas retreat providing a unique escape amongst the gum trees.

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$590

Original Safari

  • Sleeps: 1 - 2
  • Bath: 1
  • Rooms: 1

The Original safari tent is perfect for couples and can also accommodate smaller children or an extra sharing adult.

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  • Amenities
    • bath products
    • electricity - lights
    • patio / deck
    • restaurant
    • robes
    • running water
    • shower
    • towels
  • Activities
    • bird watching
    • guided tours
    • hiking
    • wildlife observing
  • Dininig Options

    The Gunyah (aboriginal for meeting place, or place of shelter) is at the heart of the Australia glamping camp. Designed by Sydney architects, Nettleton Tribe, it is a chic space built high off the ground to enjoy the sea breeze and a wonderful position amongst the tree tops.

  • When to go

    September – June

  • Glamping.com Insider Tips
  • How Do I Get There?

    Just 2 ½ hrs  drive south of Sydney near the pristine clear waters and white sand beaches of Jervis Bay

Amenities

  • bath products
  • electricity - lights
  • patio / deck
  • restaurant
  • robes
  • running water
  • shower
  • towels

Activities

  • bird watching
  • guided tours
  • hiking
  • wildlife observing

Dining Options

The Gunyah (aboriginal for meeting place, or place of shelter) is at the heart of the Australia glamping camp. Designed by Sydney architects, Nettleton Tribe, it is a chic space built high off the ground to enjoy the sea breeze and a wonderful position amongst the tree tops.

When To Go

September – June

Glamping.com Insider Tips

How Do I Get There?

Just 2 ½ hrs  drive south of Sydney near the pristine clear waters and white sand beaches of Jervis Bay

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