Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay, Australia
The unique, luxurious tents at Paperbark Camp deliver both great hospitality along with wonderful food and fantastic experiences. This "camping for grown-ups" experience is found not far from Sydney on the unspoilt south coast of NSW. The bay is surrounded by amazing scenery, pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear water for swimming. Placed thoughtfully amongst the soaring eucalypts and intriguing paperbarks, the twelve safari style tents are built above the ground for your privacy and comfort and feature wrap around verandah, hardwood flooring, full insect screening and solar powered lighting as well as highest quality cotton linen and all the hotel amenities you would expect for a luxe camping experience. All accommodation 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 our four deluxe tents with free standing bath-with-a-view and the latest in contemporary furnishings to create a romantic candle lit oasis amongst the gum trees. you'll never pitch your own tent again!
The Paperbark property has walking trails that take you through paperbark, gum and mangrove forests and are perfect for a stroll before breakfast (a great time for spotting kangaroos). At night take a torch and enjoy the nocturnal animals such as possums that reside here.
Facilities: 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!
Destination: New South Wales, Australia
Official website: Paperbark Camp
Luxury Vacations / Holidays that include Paperbark Camp
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