For many of our guests, a stay at Paperbark Camp is a well earned chance to sleep in, enjoy a long lazy breakfast on the verandah with the papers, perhaps a couple of hours on the beach with a good book before heading back for an afternoon snooze and contemplating another candle lit dinner in the Gunyah.
For others, it is a base from which to get busy exploring the spectacular Jervis Bay area with its pristine beaches and award winning national parks, a true playground for the outdoor enthusiast.
The property has some easy walking trails that meander through paperbark, gum and mangrove forests and are perfect for a stroll before breakfast (a great time for spotting kangaroos). Or grab your torch and walk the trails in the evening looking out for possums and other nocturnal residents.
Complimentary bikes and canoes are provided for guests enjoyment and are an eco-friendly way to explore the local area. The bayside town of Huskisson is only 15 mins away by bike.
Or take the Paperbark Challenge and canoe to Huskisson and back, stopping off for a picnic and a swim on the banks of the Currambene Creek, a great day out.
Massages and some beauty treatments are also available by appointment, we suggest making an appointment soon after arrival to avoid disappointment.
Paperbark Camp has renewed my soul...I will take my memories back to San Diego and think of my time in the Aussie bush often