is offering special spring escape rates in its celebrated safari tents this September and October, with savings of up to $440 per couple.
Marking its 15th birthday, the eco-accredited tented bush camp 2½ hours south of Sydney is offering two nights’ deluxe accommodation with a full breakfast from $500 per couple in an original safari tent (usually $790), $600 per couple in a deluxe safari tent with a freestanding, candlelit bath (normally $1040) and $800 in a large king deluxe tent (normally $1180).
The discounted rates are available seven days a week in September and between Sunday and Thursday in October. Conditions apply.
Rates include a gourmet breakfast and free use of bikes and also canoes, kayaks and stand up paddleboards on Currambene Ck which fronts Paperbark Camp’s 12 cosy, raised tents camouflaged amongst spotted gums and paperbark trees just a five-minute drive from the pristine waters and white beaches of Jervis Bay.
Offering an award-winning blend of sophistication and simplicity but with a warning that you will never want to camp in a normal tent again, the upmarket accommodation at the popular bush hideaway offers double canvas roofs, polished hardwood flooring, outdoor deck seating, full insect screening, premium toiletries, luxury cotton linen, pure wool doonas, solar-powered energy, hot water bottles at night, hot water delivered in the morning for coffee and private outdoor ensuites where guests can watch kangaroos and birds while they bathe or shower.
Nestled in a peaceful bush setting and still run by the Hutchings family which founded the retreat in 1999, the camp also boasts a communal campfire and an elevated lounge and treetop restaurant called The Gunyah (Aboriginal for meeting place) where guests can relax by the log fire and dine on fine cuisine created by Chilean chef, Emilio Erazo.
Bookings are available at Paperbark Camp by calling 1300 668 167 or visit www.paperbarkcamp.com.au.Tweet