Paperbark Camp offers luxury tented accommodation in Jervis Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. If you are looking for Jervis Bay accommodation then Paperbark Camp is a unique luxury camping option worth checking out.
Paperbark Camp is located within a couple of hour’s drive of Sydney and boasts white sand beaches, calm clear waters for swimming and spectacular coastal scenery. Eight original and four deluxe safari tents are built above the ground amongst the dense Eucalypt and Paperbark forest. Hardwood flooring, solar powered lighting, full insect screening and high quality linen are features of all the safari tents with the deluxe safari tents featuring stand alone bath tubs. Paperbark Camp features all the amenities of a hotel providing a luxury camping experience. Jervis Bay accommodation at its finest!
The Paperbark Camp restaurant is called the Gunyah, which in the local aboriginal dialect means meeting place, or place of shelter. Positioned off the ground amongst the tree tops the restaurant catches the sea breeze while you enjoy observing residents possums, sugar gliders and birds. In summer dining is outside amongst the forest whilst winter is a cosy inside setting complete with an open fire. The menu is seasonal and features local fresh produce. The 40 seat restaurant is popular choice and booking ahead is recommended due to seating limits.
The luxury tent accommodation of Paperbark Camp uses eco friendly initiatives to lower its impact on the local environment and features solar powered 12 volt lighting, natural ventilation (no air conditioning), revegetation of areas impacted by development, maintenance of wildlife corridors and rainwater is used where possible. The ongoing removal of exotic species and the shallow foundations of the luxury safari tents reduce the camp’s impact on the surrounding coastal forest.
During your stay at Paperbark Camp you can enjoy the Shoalhaven region which Jervis Bay is a part of. Paperbark Camp is located on the calm, clear waters and pristine beach of Jervis Bay and in close proximity to the area’s three National Parks; Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park. The National Parks contain many kilometres of walking trails and secluded locations. Bushwalking and canoeing along the nearby Currambene Creek is a popular choice amongst guests.
If you’re looking for Jervis Bay accommodation you can checkout more info about Paperbark Camp and book online through their website.