rooms & rates
Accommodation for a range of budgets and comforts for families, couples, groups and singles
The tariff includes all bedding (doonas, sheets, pillows), towels, crockery and cutlery, cooking and kitchen equipment and free use of our BBQ and laundry.
Also available is free Wi-Fi and parking.
Tariffs/night: Camping: $18/guest; Bunkhouse: $36/guest; Family Cabin: $140/2 guests, $45/additional adult, $25/additional child (children under 5 years FOC).
Whilst staying with us, try your hand at trout fishing in the Plenty and Derwent rivers; visit the nearby Salmon Ponds; visit the wonderful waterfalls at Mt Field National Park; marvel at the forest giants in the Styx Valley; journey into the past and explore the Port Arthur convict prison on the Tasman Peninsula; or sample some of the excellent wines amongst the vineyards and wineries of Coal River Valley.
spacious self-contained cabin (up to six guests) with private facilities, queen size bed and four roomy bunks
Family Cabin: $140/2 guests, $45/extra adult; $25/child under 16 years; FOC child 5 years and under
Family Cabin: $140/2 guests, $45/additional adult, $25/additional child (children under 5 years FOC)
mixed bunkhouse/dormitory with 10 roomy bunks with storage bins and communal space for sorting gear, etc
Terms and Conditions
Our Cancellation Policy
There is always the possibility that we must cancel an accommodation booking due to conditions beyond our control (severe weather, impassable roads, bushfires). Accordingly, we reserve the right to cancel a booking without notice, and if we can’t find an alternative to suit you, we will promptly refund any payments you may have made in full.
We will not be responsible for any consequential losses arising from a cancellation. Note that we recommend you purchase flexible flight tickets and travel insurance to allow for any unforeseen circumstances.
If you fail to arrive (a “no show”) we will charge you in full for the accommodation fees as per your booking.
Base Camp is strictly a “No Smoking” facility.
Lighting fires is not permitted under any circumstances due to bushfire risk.
Feeding wildlife is prohibited – you may unwittingly cause severe health problems for the animals that can lead to their death.