Paperbark Camp was one of the country’s first retreats to offer a bush camping experience with the added comforts of hot showers, modern decor and an upmarket restaurant
Paperbank Camp, Australia’s premiere glamping retreat, is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a limited-time promotion for its glampers. From June 1st to August 31st, the timely Winter Woolly deal offers a 30 per cent saving on two nights’ accommodation in one of Paperbark’s elevated, luxurious glamping tents, as well as dinner and breakfast in the camp’s acclaimed Gunyah Restaurant, nestled amongst the tree tops. Children ages six to 12 can even stay and dine for half-price.
Boasting open campfires, luxury bedding, contemporary furnishings, free-standing bath tubs and hot showers, Paperbark Camp is perfect for any kind of winter getaway. The luxury, eco retreat has elevated safari tents with polished hardwood flooring, double canvas roofs, outdoor deck seating and private outdoor/indoor ensuites with premium toiletries. The raised tents are camouflaged amongst spotted gums and paperbark trees along the banks of Currambene Creek.
Just 2.5 hours south of Sydney, the campsite is a five-minute drive from the countless white sand beaches of Jervis Bay. The scenic walking trails nearby and surrounding bush are abundant with wildlife and offer sightings of kangaroos, possums, colourful birdlife, whales and dolphins.
The Winter Woolly package is available from $819 AUD per couple. The offer applies to stays starting on a Friday or Sunday during June, July and August, excluding the June long weekend. During winter, kids six to 12 can share the tent for just $35 per child per night, bringing the total saving to 50 percent. During the school holidays from July 5th through July 22, couples and families can stay any night of the week to take advantage of the discounted winter package.