5m Lotus Belle Tent - Prom Coast Eco Glamping
However if you’re looking for something slightly more adventurous this tent can deliver on that too and can be styled accordingly with less plush items and more camp style effects. Whatever the need this tent can deliver....
Features and Amenities
- Check in after 2pmCheck out before 10am
- Minimum booking: 2 nights
- 1 Queen or 2 King Single Mattress
- Linen, doona, pillows & throw rugs
- Jigsaw puzzles, playing cards & light reading material
- Outdoor setting
- LED lantern
- Bose stereo
The rates include the following:
-Hire of the Tent and Tent furnishings
-Our travel to/from your nominated site
-Tent pack up
-All associated cleaning and linen washing
$25 per additional bed per night
BBQ PACK - $80 (payable direct to Prom Coast Eco Glamping)
includes the following:
Dual burner deluxe gas grill stove
Outdoor 3m x 3m Gazebo & Outdoor Lighting
Outdoor food prep table
Crockery, cutlery, mugs & glassware including wineglasses.
Pantry pack w/ tea, coffee, sugar, salt/pepper, cooking oil
Tea Towels, Papertowel
Frypan, Kettle & BBQ plate
Mini kitchenette w/ chopping board, knives & cleaning equipment
Glass water dispenser (filled with filtered water on arrival)
Yanakie Caravan Park
Yanakie Caravan Park offers waterfront views in self-contained cabins or campsites, just five minutes from the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park.
The caravan park is situated approximately 10 metres from the Yanakie boat ramp (at Duck Point), with ample parking. The caravan park kiosk contains all your essential items including food, drinks, fishing gear, bait, ice, gas bottles & more…
The ideal setting for a family holiday!
PLEASE NOTE: THE CLEANING FEE OF $180 IS ALSO A SET UP AND PACK UP FEE FOR YOUR TENT. SITE FEES FOR YANAKIE CARAVAN PARK ARE INCLUDED IN YOUR RATE...
- Base Price $150 / night
- Cleaning Fee $200
- Extra People $30 (adult) and $30 (child) / night after 2 people
The map shows the listing location and awesome adventures nearby.
Here are some details about the adventures nearby. Refer to the map for their location.
COASTAL & BUSH WALKS
Tidal River is a reasonably exposed beach break with fairly consistent surf. Good conditions are produced with an offshore wind from the northeast. Can be busy during summer months.
Squeaky Beach has no lifesavers, but is also a popular spot for surfers and families, who come to hear the grains of quartz squeaking under their feet as they walk on dry sand.
Picnic Bay Beach is accessed by a steep track that leads down to the beach, which has rock formations at both ends offering a range of rock pool habitats to explore. Surf lifesavers do not operate at this beach.
Whisky Bay Beach is sheltered and features rock formations at both ends. The access track passes through a gully and follows a small creek before passing over a sand dune to the beach....
Almost everything was ready for us: kitchen utensils and some seasoning. I would like to see a small rubbish bin though; it was a hassle to look for trash bags....
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