Amazing Wheelchair-Friendly Cabin Rental in Deep Creek Conservation Park, South AustraliaDeep Creek, South Australia (Australia)
Amazing Wheelchair-Friendly Cabin Rental in Deep Creek Conservation Park, South Australia
Enjoy the best Deep Creek Conservation Park accommodation here!
This beautiful, wheelchair-accessible eco-friendly cabin is one of the few accommodations that can be found in Deep Creek Conservation Park, South Australia, rather than just on the periphery, making a stay here a truly unique experience. Just a 90-minute drive from the vibrant city of Adelaide, the rental will give glampers the sense of escaping the hustle and bustle of the city with not only the forest nearby, but some incredible beaches within 30 minutes of the cabin.
While glampers will be able to appreciate the natural beauty of the surrounding area, they should also note the award-winning architectural design of the cabin itself. With two bedrooms, the rental can sleep up to four guests. The first bedroom has a queen-size bed while the second bedroom has two twin beds. The wheelchair-friendly bathroom meets Australian Standard 1428, and comes equipped with a toilet and shower. A shower chair is also made available upon request. All bedding, linens, and bath towels are provided. The living room is a cozy spot to relax in the evenings, with two leather sofas, and a fireplace for the cooler months of the year. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed to cook up tasty meals each day, and guests also benefit from the provided continental breakfast. Purpose-built for wheelchair users, this cabin comes equipped with portable ramps to ensure entering and leaving the cabin is as easy as possible. The light switches have also been placed at wheelchair-friendly heights and all doors exceed minimum width requirements.
This Deep Creek Conservation Park accommodation boasts floor to ceiling windows overlooking the stunning, surrounding wildlife, not just allowing sunlight to flood the space, but also allowing glampers unrivaled views of the night sky in this quiet haven.
This eco-friendly rental has all the comforts and amenities that glampers will need to enjoy a relaxing holiday in this stunning part of the world. The kitchen has a stainless steel work surface and cookware and utensils including and oven, a microwave, and a fridge/freezer. All bed linens and bath towels are kindly provided by the host.
Guests can use the portable ramps which make entering and leaving the cabin a delight. Also, the light switches within the cabin are placed at wheelchair-friendly heights, and special attention has been given to the width of door frames to ensure all facilities within the cabin are accessible by wheelchair users.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: From 02:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- No events
Due to the location of the rental, mobile phone coverage can be limited depending on the provider.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Deep Creek, South Australia (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Meditation on-site
- Wildlife watching on-site
- Extreme sports
- Feeding animals
Guests can look forward to truly escaping the city and spending their holiday exploring the great outdoors, as well as spending days on the beach. The Deep Creek Conservation Park gives guests ample opportunity to explore numerous walking and hiking trails. With options for those looking for a gentle, scenic walk all the way to the most experienced hiker, guests can opt for routes as short as 30 minutes door to door, or head out on day-long hikes of up to seven hours. However long glampers decide to head out for, this is the perfect place to experience the areas nature and wildlife. Glampers may encounter local residents, such as kangaroos, native birds, bandicoots, as well as a plethora of wildflowers in the forest. WIth Boatharbour and Blowhole nearby, surfers can head out and ride the waves, and Blowhole Beach is also ideal for snorkelers. Adrenaline junkies can try out hang gliding and parasailing, and along the coast between Fisheries Beach and Tunkalilla Beach, there are opportunities to see dolphins.