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Published on : Friday, May 15, 2015
The last-minute ‘Fit for a Queen’ special offers three nights’ accommodation from Friday, June 5 to Sunday night, June 7, 2015, at the tented bush camp, 2½ hours south of Sydney, with three gourmet breakfasts and two fine-dining, three-course dinners also included along with use of the camp’s bikes, canoes and stand-up paddleboards.
The package deal is priced from $1030 per couple in an original safari tent, $1290 per couple in a deluxe safari tent and $1430 per couple in a king deluxe safari tent. The special rates represent savings of between $395 and $580.
Paperbark Camp’s 12 cosy, raised tents are camouflaged amongst spotted gums and paperbark trees along the banks of Currambene Ck, a five-minute drive from the pristine waters and white beaches of Jervis Bay.
Offering a blend of sophistication and simplicity, the 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, vegetable and herb garden and an elevated lounge and treetop restaurant called The Gunyah (Aboriginal for meeting place) where guests can relax by the log fire and dine by candelight on fine cuisine created by Chilean chef, Emilio Erazo.