Australia’s first glamping retreat – the luxurious Paperbark Camp on the NSW South Coast – will see guests save on a bush break at picturesque Jervis Bay.
Enjoy a complimentary whale-watching cruise as part of their two-night stay, while in the October school holidays, Paperbark Camp will offer 50 per cent off regular rates for children.
Glamping at its best
Boasting open campfires, luxury bedding, contemporary furnishings, free-standing bathtubs and hot showers overlooking the bush, and just five minutes’ drive from the shores of picturesque Jervis Bay, Paperbark Camp offers a luxurious nature escape from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life. In 2019, the glamping property will celebrate 20 years at the forefront of luxury camping in Australia.
In September, mid-week bookings of two nights will include a free whale-watch cruise on Jervis Bay, enabling guests to experience the beautiful region in peace and quiet as they take long walks on the beach, enjoy warm sunny days, stay in an elevated, luxurious glamping tent and enjoy dinner and breakfast in The Gunyah Restaurant, nestled amid the treetops. The September special is valid Sunday to Thursday from September 2-27, 2018, and is available from $880 per couple for two nights, including dinner, bed, breakfast and whale cruise.
Children half-price in October
Paperbark Camp’s October special sees children stay for 50 per cent of the regular rate when sharing a tent with their parents over the school holidays. Available from October 1 to 14, 2018, the school holidays special is valid for minimum two-night stays. Prices start from $880 per couple for two nights (including dinner, bed and breakfast) and children are just $55 per night, which is half the usual rate.