Spacious and Serene Eco-Friendly Escape with Views of Native Australian Bushland in the Kangaroo Valley of New South WalesKangaroo Valley, New South Wales (Australia)
Spacious and Serene Eco-Friendly Escape with Views of Native Australian Bushland in the Kangaroo Valley of New South Wales
"We stayed at Grey Gums for a family wedding which was at Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat. It was great it was only a 15min drive. When we arrived at Gre…"
This spacious and serene eco-friendly cabin escape has views of native Australian bushland and is nestled in the Kangaroo Valley of New South Wales. This gorgeous cabin can accommodate up to nine guests. All four of the beautifully-appointed bedrooms feature queen-size beds, and one of the bedrooms has a king-size bed, as well. Guest will find vaulted ceilings, additional seating space, and views of the land through picturesque windows. The master bedroom has a bay window and an ensuite bathroom attached. The large bathroom has a toilet, sink, two showers, and a double-ended bathtub. Guests will find another bathtub and shower outside, creating a unique opportunity to bathe under the stars. Linens and towels are kindly provided by the host.
In the living room, guests sink into the buttery leather sofa or one of the cozy armchairs situated around a coffee table. Guests can relax in front of the cozy wood-burning fireplace and watch their favorite movie on the TV. The equipped kitchen comes with all of the appliances and utensils guests might need to feel at home during their stay, including a stove and oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, and freezer. A selection of teas and coffee, milk, and veggies in season from the garden are provided as well. Guests can enjoy their meals around one of several dining tables, or al fresco on the covered back porch. Other amenities include a variety of indoor games, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a collection of books and magazines.
Outside, guests will have their own private covered dining area in the back of the cabin. There is no better spot to enjoy the surrounding landscape with a good book or glass of wine. The property also has numerous shared amenities such as a pool table, ping-pong table, and foosball table to keep guests entertained. There is a beautiful outdoor fire pit, where guests can roast s'mores and exchange stories of the day's adventures.
This impressive property has been recently constructed using hand-crafted and recycled materials when possible as well as sandstone colored Timbercrete bricks. Surrounded by tall gums and thriving wildlife, there are 12 spectacular acres for guests to explore during their stay. Guests can relax in the serenity of their natural surroundings while still enjoying modern and luxurious amenities. The property features a pool table, ping pong table, and foosball table for guests to stay entertained. There is a beautiful outdoor fire pit where guests can roast s'mores and exchange stories of the day's adventures.
The equipped modern kitchen has everything guests might need to feel at home during their stay, and a selection of teas and coffee, milk, and veggies in season from the garden are provided. Guests can relax in front of the cozy wood-fired heater and watch TV. Guests will have a variety of indoor games, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a collection of books and magazines. The hot outdoor shower and bathtub make for an unforgettable experience relaxing while gazing at the very dark spectacular night sky.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
- Response rate: 100%
- New accommodation
1 accommodation in Glamping Hub
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
On holidays and long weekends, a three-night or a four-night minimum stay is required.
Pets are not allowed due to the proximity to the Kangaroo River Nature Reserve and the native animals that live on the property. Guests will almost always see kangaroos and wallabies, especially if they are up early enough. There are also frequent visits from wombats, echidnas and many different birds including the King Parrots, who love for guests to feed them.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wine tasting
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
Glampers will be surrounded by rich green pastures, babbling creeks and sparkling rivers, and lush rainforest landscapes during their stay in this majestic valley. The property is adjacent to the Kangaroo River Nature Reserve where you can take a scenic 40-minute walk to the Kangaroo River to swim, fish or just take in the scenery and the ambiance. There is a 20-minute walk on the 12-acre property that has many plants identified and discussed with many interesting figurines along the way for the youngsters to enjoy finding. Guests will probably spot kangaroos and wallabies, and there are echidnas, wombats, and many birds on the property also. The owners live on the property and can help guests out with the walks and activities if they want, but glampers will have the place to yourself in seclusion if you like also.
The opportunities for adventure are seemingly endless with an array of national parks, friendly neighboring villages, a variety of native flora and fauna, and a great range of outdoor activities nearby. Adventure seekers can hike through one of the several nearby national parks including Morton National Park, Budderoo National Park, Jervis National Park and The Royal National Park. There, they will find an abundance of lush rainforest landscape, waterfalls, bushwalking tracks, coastal walking trails, and opportunities for bird and whale watching. Also within a short drive from the property are opportunities for golf, canoeing and fishing, horseback riding, and mountain biking.
Kangaroo Valley is home to an array of festivals and farmer's markets, charming shops, and boutiques. It is only a 20-minute walk to numerous Kangaroo Valley cafes, art galleries, and restaurants. The dramatic lush countryside makes an unforgettable backdrop for a day of wine tasting at one of many wineries or playing a round of golf at the nearby golf course. The village is steeped in pioneer history and has a well kept Pioneer Museum to explore as well.
After a full day of excitement, guests can return to the property for a friendly game of pool, ping pong, TV, videos, books (many about the local area and animals), games, or simply relax around the inviting outdoor firepit roasting s'more and telling stories. There is something for glampers of all ages and interests to enjoy during their stay at this magical property.