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December 11, 2018 Gadgets No Comments Email Email

Imagine waking up on the edge of the earth, nestled in mountainous rugged Aussie bushland. Kookaburras laugh as your eyes adjust to the golden sunshine dancing through the trees and onto your sheets. The kettle steams as you open your doors out onto the deck. The air is crisp and there’s a chill as you rest your toes on the timber. The trees sway in the morning breeze as you settle in for your morning cuppa. The best part? It’s all yours.

Welcome to CABN®, Kangaroo Valley.

Secret, secluded and silent.

With their first location in the Adelaide Hills selling out for 6 months in just one week, the South Australian designed and owned accommodation group is excited to be launching their second location this week.

This time, the tiny eco cabin has made its way over to the rugged bushland of Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales.

“This is one of the most unique areas in Australia, and we’re so excited to start our launch into the East Coast here,” Michael Lamprell says, founder of CABN. “We’ve had so many people from New South Wales ask us when we’re coming, so it’s wonderful to be able to be there now.”

CABN is all about switching off technology, and switching on communication – real communication.

“We’re building something that is far more important than somewhere to stay. If we can contribute to getting people to really think about their relationship with nature, with themselves and with each other, I’m happy. CABN is about reconnecting.”

Their latest New South Wales offering is set on the edge of the Cambewarra Ranges, at Cloudbreaker Falls. It’s as idyllic as it sounds, the reclaimed bushland (once an old dairy) home to abundant wildlife and pristine natural surrounds. You might even spy David the Lyrebird as you sip your morning cuppa.

“Our new CABN in amongst nature that’s tens of thousands of years old and almost untouched. It represents every single thing CABN stands for. It’s off-grid, its immersed completely in nature, but this time it’s taking the comfort and experience to another level.”

The 140-acre property is the very first host for CABN’s unique off-grid accommodation, a branch the brand hopes to expand in the future.

The custom-built wood cabin sleeps four or five and features a fully-operational kitchen (well-stocked upon your arrival), as well as an outdoor gas barbecue on the deck. There’s a combustion heater inside for the chilly evenings and an air conditioner for warm summer nights. An outdoor firepit awaits marshmallows on twigs, while the outdoor bathtub is enclosed in its very own glass cube. Remote bushland getaways don’t get much more luxe than that.

“Can you imagine sitting in the bathtub on a cold winter’s day with the rain outside, with a glass of bubbles? Bliss.”

For those feeling a little more adventurous, fold-out camp beds are on offer so you can sleep under the stars, and a range of outdoor activities and games are available if you need a break from relaxing.

This is just the beginning for the burgeoning brand, with more CABN’s and ventures in the works.

“We’re going to launch another one in Kangaroo Valley next year, and we’ve got two more launching in South Australia in the new year as well – one in Kuitpo Forest and another in the Barossa Valley. We’re also in talks with various state governments to launch activation plans with national parks as well.”

For now, New South Wales, it’s your turn. It’s time to escape to Kangaroo Valley.

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