We had three nights at this 'campsite' and it was one of the highlights of our trip. Our young guide, Jade, was the perfect host, driving the big 4WD, helping with the cooking, guiding our trip, providing tea and coffee, wine and nibbles on trips and so forth. Could only find the day trips bit on trip advisor, but if you get the chance to go, go for the whole deal - you need four days to fully appreciate what is offered by Geoff & Rene and his great team.
The 'tents' themselves were very comfortable, with a double and two single beds. Do be warned, thought, that it gets cold at night even in the height of summer.
the trips arranged on each of the four days we were there were totally different and very enjoyable: We saw plenty of kangeroos, emus and koalas in the wild, and lots of very colourful birds too. Every evening the food was fabulous - cooked by the host and his wife and a couple of staff, and nothing was too much trouble. It was all washed down with ample quantities of the Ozzie wine, to which you were invited to help yourself from the kitchen fridge whenever you liked (but no one on our trip abused this lovely privilege, which is good!).
The camp only takes four to six people on each safari, which means you all get individual attention. On the last day of our trip there was a swimming with sealions option. We went on the trip but didnt go in the water because the water was far too flipping cold, even with the wetsuits provided. We were the only ones not to go in the water, but on the plus side we got some amazing pictures and videos of the sealions, which of course those in the water didnt get....
So if you get the chance, do go on this trip. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and would recommend it to others and would definitely go again if we were ever in the vicinity.
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