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Paperbark Camp

Listed under Camps & Campsites in New South Wales, Australia.

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Luxurious African safari tents in the Aussie bush is what this camp is all about, just two hours south of Sydney. The canvas steel-framed tents are fairly private, separated by bushes and trees and are African originals which have been used as safari accommodation for 50 years. The tents sit on a raised platform and are equipped with rustic, yet luxurious furnishing, such as handcrafted furniture and wool duvets. The camp has its own 88 acres to explore, but Jervis Bay is also a haven waiting to be explored. The bay boasts resident penguin and seal colonies, as well as plenty of dolphins. Nearby attractions include the Booderee National Park which is famous for its white-sanded beaches, and wine tasting in award-winning local vineyards is a must. The safari-style in the Australian bush works well.

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Written by  Andrea Meyer.

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Comfortable tented eco-camp and excellent restaurant, perched amid paperbark forest near stunning Jervis Bay, 3 hours south of SydneyAfter a 3-hour journey down the Pacific Highway from Sydney, a brilliant flash of parrots in the canopy of gum trees wel… Read more...

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