The founders of ‘glamping’ in Australia, Paperbark Camp, has introduced deluxe welcome care packs to make ‘glamorous camping’ even more luxurious, with free packs offered to purchases of accommodation gift certificates – even for yourself – before Christmas Eve.
The award-winning tented camp at Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast has also debuted a new cruise and dine package allowing non-campers to cruise up a river to the camp and enjoy Paperbark’s renowned cuisine in the camp’s treetop restaurant.
The new ‘Welcome Care Package’ from luxury care pack company, Caring Canary, can now be purchased with a bottle of sparkling wine by guests at Paperbark for $100. The kit includes products that can be enjoyed by luxe campers including premium roasted salted peanuts, outdoor citronella candle, organic raw bath soak for use in deluxe tents’ bathtubs, organic body oil and an eco-friendly ceramic cup, all packaged up in a bespoke ‘Caring Canary for Paperbark Camp’ cotton drawstring bag that can be used as a backpack or laundry bag.
But from now to Christmas Eve – December 24, 2015, the Welcome Care pack is free to anyone who purchases a gift certificate for a one-night ‘Taste of Jervis’ dinner, bed and breakfast stay in a safari tent at Paperbark. The certificates, available from $515 per double, are valid for a year from January 17, 2016.
The certificates are ideal as corporate or private Christmas gifts and can even be bought for yourself to use, with the free care pack included as a spoil-yourself bonus.
Also new is Paperbark Camp’s Deluxe Sundown Package which includes a one-hour cruise with Jervis Bay Wild from Huskisson up Currambene Ck to the camp’s wharf and a delicious three-course set menu dinner at paperbark’s renowned fine-dining Gunyah Restaurant, which is elevated amongst the gum trees and captained by Chilean chef, Emilio Erazo. The Gunyah has been a staple feature over the past 10 years in the Sydney Morning Herald/The Age’s Good Food Guide as one of the best restaurants in regional NSW.
The cruise and dinner package costs $95 per person and is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights and on other nights during school holiday periods. Transport back to Huskisson is not included but can be arranged. The cruise is subject to availability.
Founded in 1999 and nestled in bushland 2½ hours south of Sydney, Paperbark Camp is a luxury, eco hideaway with elevated safari tents boasting polished hardwood flooring, luxury cotton linen and private outdoor ensuites where guests can enjoy nature while they bathe or shower. Free canoes and bikes are also available to guests.
For details on Caring Canary packs, visit www.caringcanary.com.au