Vintage and Retro Caravan Rental for a Camping Getaway in Victoria, AustraliaGippsland, Victoria (Australia)
Vintage and Retro Caravan Rental for a Camping Getaway in Victoria, Australia
"Samantha is the best host ever! Her place is so amazing that my family and friends have been asking about it. I and my husband will be back with our …"
For a one-of-a-kind experience that guests will never forget, this vintage caravan rental offers comfort and space for four guests, near the coast in Victoria, Australia. The caravan is equipped with the basic comforts of home, so guests can get out of the city and recharge their batteries without sacrificing any modern amenities. Guests have the option of cooking inside or using the barbecue grill in the covered outdoor area. There is a bar fridge and cooking utensils and basic pantry items are supplied. There are two double beds for sleeping arrangements for four, and outside there is a clearing where more guests can come with a few tents.
At this property, while secluded and out in nature, guests still have access to all the comforts of home. From towels and linens, the internet, and real beds, this property redefines what it means to go camping.
- Private Barbecue
- Electric blankets
- Fire pit
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Over 1 day
- Joined in 2017
- More than 100 bookings
2 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Gippsland, Victoria (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
This area of Australia is home to miles of unspoiled beaches, countless acres of lush and diverse vegetation, waterfalls, and National Parks. Toorongo Falls is an impressive, tiered waterfall surrounded by ferns and towering gum trees in the Toorongo Falls Reserve. It's a great destination to hike to, with a 2.2-kilometer circuit, which will take guests past the Toorongo Falls and the neighboring Amphitheater Falls. Other guests may prefer Morwell River Falls, a more off-the-beaten-path destination with a permeating feeling of tranquility.
While guests stay here, they will find themselves nearby to Tara Bulga National Park and Croajingolong National Park. Tara Bulga covers acres of lush gullies, giant mountain ash trees, and fern trees, and is only of only four major areas of cool, temperate rainforest in the state. It's a great place to spend the day hiking or mountain biking to Tarra Falls, or the Fern Gully Nature Walk, which includes magnificent views of the famous suspension bridge. Croajingolong National Park spans 100 kilometers of coast, with extraordinary diversity—from white, sandy beaches and rocky coastal headlands to lush rainforests and rugged granite mountains, guests can explore it all.