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Published on : Thursday, July 30, 2015
The founders of ‘glamping’, or glamorous camping, in Australia, Paperbark Camp, is offering special spring escape rates at the famous Jervis Bay retreat, with savings of up to $440 per couple for high-living, mid-week campers and a free whale watch cruise for weekend guests.
Founded in 1999, the luxury, tented bush camp on the NSW South Coast, 2½ hours south of Sydney, is offering mid-week (Sunday to Thursday) stays with a full breakfast from $250 per couple per night in an original safari tent (usually $395), with a minimum stay of two nights –a saving of 36 per cent on normal tariffs.
In a deluxe safari tent with a freestanding, candlelit bath (normally $520 a night), the mid-week, two-night B&B special is available from just $300 per couple per night – a saving of 42 per cent or $440. And in a large, king deluxe tent (normally $590 a night), the special spring rate is now only $400 per couple per night for a two-night stay with breakfast each day.
The mid-week rates are available from August 31 to October 1, 2015 and a minimum two-night stay is required. Conditions apply.
And for guests booking a two-night stay at the eco-accredited camp on weekends (Friday and Saturday nights) from August 28 to September 26, 2015, they will receive a free whale-watching cruise valued at $130 per couple from Huskisson, five minutes from Paperbark Camp in the heart of Jervis Bay. The pristine waters of Jervis Bay are a prime site for watching the parade of humpbacks returning south from northern breeding waters. Two-night weekend packages are available from $1030 per couple including dinners and breakfasts over the two days and use of kayaks and bikes.
Rates at Paperbark Camp 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.
Source:- Jervis Bay