Tree House-Style Log Cabin near Barrington Tops National Park, New South Wales
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The accommodation is well appointed with all the appliances and technology guests will need to make their stay easy and comfortable. During the colder weather, a slow combustion wood heater keeps guests' the tree house cabin snug overnight—and nice and warm to return to. The exterior of the rental is robust and rustic, while the interior is a mix of quaint and contemporary.
Guests will find the two bedrooms upstairs. Each boasts a comfortable queen-size bed and a double sofa bed. Crisp cotton sheets, fluffed pillows, snuggly warm doonas, and thick blankets are all supplied to ensure guests' stay is as hassle-free as possible. Along with the bedrooms, guests will find the second lounge room with a three-seater sofa with a chaise lounge, a small coffee table, and a wall-mounted, 60-inch SmarTV with a Blu-ray player. Large windows and glass sliding doors ensure a great view of the surrounding forest from all angles.
Downstairs guests will find the bathroom, kitchen, main lounge, and dining rooms. In the bathroom, guests will find a shower, a vanity with a large mirror, a separate toilet, and a great view of the forest. Thick, absorbent towels, face washers, a hand towel, and a foot mat are all supplied. In the lounge room, guests can relax on the comfortable lounge, set their cup of tea on the coffee table, and catch a sighting or two of the native wildlife through any of the large windows covering the cabin. Alternatively, they can turn on the movie they've been waiting to watch on the wall-mounted SmarTV with a DVD player. There is also a small Bluetooth speaker in the TV cabinet for guests to make use of.
The cabin's kitchen is brand new and built with functionality in mind. It boasts an electric oven, a gas stove, an overhead range, a fridge, a dishwasher, a microwave, a Nespresso coffee machine, all necessary cookware, and tableware.
Just outside the kitchen, guests have a gas barbecue and outdoor setting to enjoy. The outdoor fire pit is always popular, and guests can bring marshmallows for s'mores.
Guests should note that there is limited cell phone service, but Wi-Fi is available to all guests. The property's location, however, does affect the connection speed and quality.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Child's bed
- Running water
- Cell service
- Safe box
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Washing machine
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- BR/DVD player
- Shared Barbecue
Internet access is not available, and there is limited cell phone service, so guests will be able to truly disconnect from the hustle and bustle of modern life and reconnect with nature.
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
The conservation area provides habitats for an abundance of wildlife living amid Australian red cedar, native tamarins, rose maple, and wet sclerophyll eucalyptus forests. A variety of marsupials call the conservation area home, including eastern grey kangaroos, greater gliders, koalas, and parma wallabies. Other local fauna includes tiger quolls, masked owls, glossy black cockatoos, rufous bettongs, potaroos, barred frogs, Parma wallabies, and superb lyrebirds.
While the site feels remote and provides guests with plenty of seclusion in an immersive natural setting, it is also only a 20-minute drive from the charming town of Dungog, where guests will find shops, cafes, pubs, a microbrewery, antique stores, an art gallery, and supermarket, along with the James Theatre, which is the oldest continuously running movie theater in Australia. The site is about one hour from Newcastle Airport.
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
For nature walks, guests can stroll along the banks of Carawirry Creek, which runs right through the property. The latter is bordered by Chichester State Forest, where guests also can take a walk on the Allyn River Rainforest Walking Track. At the forest's Allyn River Rest Area, guests will also find an area for four-wheel driving, and they can go paddling on the Allyn River itself and swimming at the Ladies Well swimming hole. Other nearby swimming holes include Cascades Pool and Carowirry Pool.
At Barrington Tops National Park, guests will find many more trails for walking and hiking, such as the Jerusalem Creek Track, the Antarctic Beech Forest walking track, the Gloucester Tops circuit, the Polblue Swamp track, the Blue Gum loop trail, and the Aeroplane Hill walking track. Guests can also go four-wheel driving and mountain biking on the Barringtown Trail.
While exploring the property, the state forest, the national park, and the bordering Black Bulga State Conservation Area, guests will enjoy many opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife viewing. A variety of species can be spotted, including eastern grey kangaroos, greater gliders, koalas, red-necked wallabies, Parma wallabies, barred frogs, tiger quolls, masked owls, glossy black cockatoos, rufous bettongs, potaroos, and superb lyrebirds.
For a variety of other activity options, guests can head to the Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre, which offers canoeing, kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, and abseiling tours and rentals.
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared