1. Australia
  2. NSW
  3. Blue Mountains
  4. Oberon
  5. #7522633

Bila - glamping overlooking the Great Dividing Range

House, Oberon

Instant confirmation

Average $167 per night {{quote.pricing.message}} Total {{quote.pricing.bookingPrice | format:'currency':'short'}} for

3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bathroom

Description

Wake to the extraordinary spectacle of clouds in the valleys of the seemingly endless blue eucalypt hills of the southern end of the Blue Mountains National Park. Bila is a spacious 4 metre Bell Tent and beautifully styled in all the earthy textures and tones of the surrounding landscape.

There is a comfortable gazebo like camp kitchen which we have developed for tourists to retreat to in case of bad weather. There is a living area with a fireplace and a dining area. These seperate areas allow for different groups of tourists to enjoy the camp kitchen at the same time. The camp kitchen offers another possibility for group gatherings with it’s generous deck, bar and outdoor sitting area. There is a cast iron BBQ on the deck for cooking if the camp fires become too wet.

There are two showers. Both a glass fronted and are perched on the very edge of the hill so you get the feeling that there is very little between you and the mountains It is truly a spectacular experience. There is a solar heater on top of the showers which allows for hot showers. We do ask however that you are careful to restrict your usage for the shower to 2 -3 minute showers.

There is a toilet block at the back of Tanjenong camp. The two toilets are composting toilets. We have at Tanjenong Camp, tried at all times to be sensitive to the environment. We have tried as far as possible to use locally sourced materials. All our energy is renewable and off grid. The water at Tanjenong Camp is either rainwater or spring water.

You will be able to connect with one of the favourite Tanjenong walks, the Abercrombie River walk. This walk takes you through a diverse and pristine Eucalypt landscape to the Abercrombie river. The river walk offers a possibility of spotting a diverse range of wild animals, kangaroos, platypus, echidna, trout, wombat, goannas, goats and deer . The walk itself is roughly an hour and half to two hours long. It is steep in parts so it is important to wear good walking shoes.

Features

Non-Smoking

Reviews

({{averageRating | number:1}}) Rated 0 out of 5 stars
Rating snapshot
{{item.RatingValue}} star {{item.Count}}
Average customer ratings
{{item.Id}} {{item.AverageRating | number:1}}

No reviews have been submitted for this property.

{{review.UserNickname}}
Rated {{review.Rating}} out of {{review.RatingRange}} stars

{{review.Title}}

{{review.SubmissionTime | format:'date':'full'}}

{{review.ReviewText}}

{{comment.UserNickname}} responded to this review

{{comment.SubmissionTime | format:'date':'full'}}

{{comment.CommentText}}

Loading…

Have a question?

Feel free to send a message to the owner/manager if you have any specific needs, or if you require additional information before you can commit to a booking request.

Rates

Select request booking to access the quote calculator and to check availability.

Enter your check in and check out dates to see availability and a total price.

Availability

  • Available
  • Unavailable

Location