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The Gunyah Restaurant at Paperbark Camp

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Regional NSW
NSW
Indulge yourself by night at Huskisson's Gunyah Restaurant with delicious regional food, on the stunning unspoilt South Coast, just a few kilometres from Jervis Bay. Dining under the stars at Paper Bark Camp is a memorable treat, or enjoy a romantic dinner on your own veranda in the tranquil bush setting.

LOCATION
Huskisson is located on the the south coast, 2 hours south of Sydney

DETAILS
Gunyah is at the heart of the camp and raised high off the ground, amongst the treetops, to catch the breeze. A chic space, designed by Sydney architects, Nettleton Tribe, it is cooled in summer by refreshing sea breezes off the bay. The Gunyah (Aboriginal for "meeting place" or "place of shelter") has two sides on which the doors fold back to create a large indoor/outdoor space.

In winter, with the doors closed the log fire creates a warm, cosy and sociable atmosphere. Paper Bark Camp is eco-tourism at its best, architect-designed to harmonise with surrounding bush. Just a few kilometres from Jervis Bay on Sydney's stunning, unspoilt south Coast, the unique tents have private en suite facilities, comfortable queen or twin beds, pure wool doonas, insect screens and solar powered lighting. They are also stylishly furnished with locally handcrafted bush furniture. To maintain privacy, Paper Bark Camp's tents have been randomly spaced like footprints amongst tall spotted gums on the 88-acre property.

The Gunyah welcomes a limited number of non-resident guests for breakfast and dinner, bookings are essential. Please call 02-4441 7299 to make a reservation.  The Gunyah is fully licensed and does not allow BYO.

PURCHASE AN OPEN VALUE CERTIFICATE FROM $100 TO BE PUT TOWARDS DINNER AT PAPERBARK CAMP 

 

LOCATION
Huskisson is located on the the south coast, 2 hours south of Sydney

DETAILS
Gunyah is at the heart of the camp and raised high off the ground, amongst the treetops, to catch the breeze. A chic space, designed by Sydney architects, Nettleton Tribe, it is cooled in summer by refreshing sea breezes off the bay. The Gunyah (Aboriginal for "meeting place" or "place of shelter") has two sides on which the doors fold back to create a large indoor/outdoor space.

In winter, with the doors closed the log fire creates a warm, cosy and sociable atmosphere. Paper Bark Camp is eco-tourism at its best, architect-designed to harmonise with surrounding bush. Just a few kilometres from Jervis Bay on Sydney's stunning, unspoilt south Coast, the unique tents have private en suite facilities, comfortable queen or twin beds, pure wool doonas, insect screens and solar powered lighting. They are also stylishly furnished with locally handcrafted bush furniture. To maintain privacy, Paper Bark Camp's tents have been randomly spaced like footprints amongst tall spotted gums on the 88-acre property.

The Gunyah welcomes a limited number of non-resident guests for breakfast and dinner, bookings are essential. Please call 02-4441 7299 to make a reservation.  The Gunyah is fully licensed and does not allow BYO.

PURCHASE AN OPEN VALUE CERTIFICATE FROM $100 TO BE PUT TOWARDS DINNER AT PAPERBARK CAMP 

 

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