Thoughtfully placed amongst the spotted gums and Paperbark trees on the banks of the Currambene, Creek, the twelve 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.
At a Glance
Rates start at:
When to Go:
September – June
5 Original Safari Tents, 6 Deluxe Safari Tents and 1 King Deluxe Safari Tent. All accommadtions includes your own outdoor private en-suite, perfect for birdwatching while you unwind under a steaming hot shower, but for a camping experience like no other, spoil yourself in one of the deluxe tents with free standing bath-with-a-view and the latest in contemporary furnishings to create a romantic candlelit oasis amongst the gum trees. You'll never pitch your own tent again!
Complimentary bikes and canoes are provided for guests enjoyment and are an eco-friendly way to explore the local area. Take the Paperbark Challenge and canoe to Huskisson and back, stopping off for a picnic and a swim on the banks of the Currambene Creek, a great days activity!
The Gunyah (aboriginal for meeting place, or place of shelter) is at the heart of the 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.