Luxury Cabin-Style Tent with Underfloor Heating near Wollemi National ParkCapertee, New South Wales (Australia) view map
Description of Glamping Units
Glamping couples can relax in style in this double-lined luxury tent with underfloor heating near Wollemi National Park in New South Wales. The tent is fitted with a queen-size bed and a cozy duvet. There is also a kitchenette, which is equipped with all necessary utensils, cutlery, and crockery to enjoy a home-cooked meal together. Guests can relax and unwind in the little sitting area, and catch some rays in the summer months on the sun loungers.
The luxury tent is also furnished with a camp fire, and barbecue, and from the comfort of the hammock glampers can relax to the sound of the gently murmuring river. The host suggests that guests bring their own linen, or alternatively it can be provided if it is pre-ordered.
In the winter, there is solar lighting and underfloor heating—everything to make the visit as special and comfortable as possible. Read More
- Board games
- Crib/Child's bed
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Extra bed(s)
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Nice furniture
- Private bathroom
- Queen bed
- Running water
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
Guests will have access to everything they will need during a stay here. The rentals are all environmentally friendly, using only gas and solar energy. They are fitted with cozy fireplaces and private barbecue areas where guests can prepare a delicious meal.
- BBQ grill
- Body treatment
- Deck or balcony
- Laundry service
Please leave the accommodation clean and tidy, or a cleaning fee may be deducted from credit cards. The GST tax is included within the rates, and on school and public holidays, a 15% surcharge applies.
The linen service is optional and includes sheets and towels. Guests are welcome to bring their own bedding/towels if they do not wish to pay for this service.
Guests should bring an esky with ice. Guests hoping to fish should bring personal fishing gear and a valid license.
Guests hoping to go horseback riding should let the host know once they have made their booking so that it can be arranged. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is a truly authentic bush hideaway. Tranquil and unspoiled, the property is just two and a half hours from Sydney by car. The site is situated in the Blue Mountains near Mudgee, and a crystal clear trout stream winds its way through the valley. These accommodations offer sensational mountain views, making this an all-year-round favorite holiday destination for Australian couples and families. Glampers can enjoy waking up to the sounds of the bush, and the chatter of the birds and animals who come to the river to drink. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
A range of events can be held at this glamping site, including weddings, conferences, family reunions, and parties. Please contact the host to plan the special event together, and make sure it will be memorable and personalized.
Wines from Turon and the surrounding area are available from the managers office. The list is ever-expanding, and prices start at $16 per bottle. Orders can be delivered to the accommodation.
Guests can indulge in a 'Full Body Swedish Massage' or a 'Remedial Deep Tissue Massage', for $80. Booking is essential, so please inquire with the host upon how to do so. Read More
- Bird watching
- Body treatments
- Horseback riding
There are plenty of outdoor activities on offer here, but some guests just love the tranquility of the site and prefer to indulge in a quiet night in stoking the fire, roasting marshmallows, playing Yahtzee, and reading.
For when they fancy an adventure, guests can ride across the hillside on horseback, and jump the fallen trees and rocky streams. There are horse riding trails to suit all abilities, and hourly, half, or full day rates are available for adults and children. The crystal clear Turon River is a freshwater trout stream and perfect for all dedicated fly fisherman. The season extends from the October to June.
Canoes are available on request, and glampers can spend an interesting evening panning for gold. There is often a reward—many used to flock to the valley to seek their fortune in this way. There are no less than 15 kilometers of river and thousands of acres of magical bush-land to discover. Guests can follow the old Chinese 'gold rush' water race up the river, and there are plenty of trails to be explored.
Other activities include swimming, mountain biking, and even a round of golf. This glamping site is full of wildlife; kangaroos, wombats, platypus, possums, bush lizards, and much more. The area is renowned for its array of birds, so guests are encouraged to bring along a pair of binoculars.