Paperbark Camp


Picture a camp for kings - a new and highly luxurious form of camping combined with warm-hearted hospitality, exquisite cuisine and delicious wines. The Paperbark Camp, set against the scenic backdrop of Jervis Bay, offers all this and more in its purest form.


Only two hours south of Sydney, on New South Wales pristine south coast, the landscape is inspiringly beautiful. Crystal-clear water invites you to take a dip and long, white sand beaches are perfect for romantic beach strolls.


The Paperbark read more » Camp could not be set more beautifully. The twelve luxury tents are wonderfully integrated into the lush nature.


Allow the sounds of the Australian bush to wind their way into your dreams, fill your lungs with the fresh, salty air and unwind in the peaceful surroundings, leaving the stress and tension of everyday life far behind.


Tastefully furnished and comfortably equipped, the luxurious tent suites are an oasis of peace and quiet. Your days can be spent either in reenergizing idleness or actively, exploring the Paperbark Camp’s surroundings with a bicycle, canoe or on foot.


Casual morning or late afternoon hikes are perfect for admiring the local fauna and flora. Stroll the bush and the beach and spot the wildlife.


Another highlight that cannot go unmentioned is the Gunyah Restaurant. The culinary treats are an inspirational fusion of modern European influences with local specialities. A number of ingredients are even produced on the campground. Delicious!


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Nature & Luxury – perched on a platform, your suite tent features a furnished veranda with a breathtaking view of the surroundings. Feel the light breeze on your face, taste the salty air and admire read more » the serene beauty with all five senses.


The four Deluxe and eight Standard Suites exceed even the most discerning globetrotter’s expectations. In fact, the refined comforts enhance the natural experience.


The camp is set amidst Paperbark Trees, which lend the camp its name, and fragrant Eucalypt Trees. The trees do not only provide a natural backdrop but also create privacy.


Everything has been given thought to: The setting and surroundings are just a start. The tent’s exterior has been designed to blend unobtrusively with the backdrop while the interior is decked out to ensure your absolute comfort.


Quality timber floorboards and furniture, complete insect protection, solar powered lighting and crisp cotton sheets reflect the attention to detail that characterises the Paperbark Camp.


The Original or Standard Suites feature an exciting outdoor shower whereas the Deluxe Suites even boast a freestanding outdoor bathtub. It is a wonderful sensation to soak amidst nature, the wind rustling the leaves above!


Of course, you may also decide to settle down on your suite’s veranda to bury yourself in a good book or while away a few hours in sweet idleness.


Your culinary wellbeing is taken perfect care of by the Paperbark’s highly recommendable Gunyah Restaurant. Set at the heart of the camp, the Gunyah majestically rests among the treetops.


Incidentally, translated from the Aborigine language, the name Gunyah means “protected place” or “meeting place”. Summer and winter alike, the ambiance at the Gunyah is inspiring, the cuisine a creative sensation!


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Put to the choice at the Paperbark Camp: Spend the day actively exploring the surroundings or kick back to indulge in sweet idleness, unwinding on your tent suite’s veranda with only the sounds of nature read more » for company?


Of course, the first and foremost option for active guests is exploring the pristine nature around the camp. Start the day with a long walk down the beach, occasionally refreshing yourself with a swim in the crystal-clear waters.


A number of trails invite you to discover the Australian fauna and flora. Walk beneath the fascinating paperbark trees or stroll into the mangrove forests, always keeping your eyes peeled for animal sightings, like kangaroos.


Come nigh time, different animals abound in the woods. Look upwards to see if you can spot an opossum. Should you wish to extend your range, bicycles and canoes are at your disposition.


The “Paperbark Challenge” is a canoe daytrip to the nearby town Huskisson. The historic settlement is romantically located in Jervis Bay and features not only wonderful beaches but also a lively arts and crafts scene.


Your day tour would not be complete without a leisurely picnic stop at Currambene Creek, which is also perfect for a splash to cool down.


Jervis Bay is just ideal to combine water sports and land-based activities: Countless excursions are being offered around the camp. Explore the national park’s pristine nature, go horse riding or golfing.


Back in the water, discover the underwater world with a mask and snorkel or full-fledged diving gear. Of course, you may also set sails and point you ship’s bow towards the open sea or go deep-sea fishing.


The Paperbark Camp – an intense nature experience! However, having exhausted yourself out and about, it is a great feeling to arrive back at your comfortable suite tent. Now, how about a relaxing massage?



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