34% saving for midweek stays this September PLUS free whale watching cruise for all guests in September and October
Australia’s first ‘glamping’ resort, Paperbark Camp on the NSW South Coast, is offering a 34 per cent saving for midweek stays this September and all guests who stay at the luxe eco camp in September and October will receive a free whale watching cruise at nearby Jervis Bay.
The new, spring package offers guests safari tent accommodation for two nights, two gourmet breakfasts, a fine dining dinner on one night, use of the camp’s canoes, paddleboards and bikes and a bonus whale and dolphin-watching cruise from Jervis Bay. The package is available from $700 per couple (or two friends) – a 34 per cent saving on normal rates.
The package is valid Sundays to Thursdays from September 5-28, 2016, subject to availability.
Paperbark camp is also offering all guests staying in September and October – including weekends – a free whale watching cruise from Jervis Bay with its pristine waters and white beaches and only a five- minute drive from the camp.
Nestled in bushland 2½ hours south of Sydney and offering a blend of sophistication and simplicity, Paperbark Camp is a luxury, eco retreat with elevated safari tents boasting polished hardwood flooring, double canvas roofs, outdoor deck seating and private outdoor/indoor ensuites with premium toiletries where guests can enjoy nature while they bathe or shower. The raisedtents are camouflaged amongst spotted gums and paperbark trees along the banks of Currambene Ck,
At the centre of the camp is the elevated Gunyah lounge and restaurant which offers acclaimed dishes sourced from local produce. Paperbark Camp also boasts open log fires inside and outside, pure-wool doonas, luxury cotton linen and free-standing bath tubs and hot showers overlooking the bush, which is home to kangaroos, possums and colourful birdlife.