Turon Bush Glamping

Glamping in Capertee, NSW
2 people
Pet-friendly
Come stay in your own luxury double lined glamping tent in our idyllic escape nestled in the Australian bushlands. Spread out over 6000 acres, Turon is an authentic bush hideaway, tranquil and unspoilt only 2.5 hours from Sydney where your pet is welcome. Located in the Blue Mountains close to Katoomba, Mudgee, Bathurst and Lithgow only 2hrs from the Sydney CBD. Enjoy your private and secluded tent situated along 15km of crystal clear trout stream with sensational mountain views....
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Features and Amenities

1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bathroom
BBQ
Hammock
Heating

Details

  • Check in after 2pm
    Check out before 11am
  • Weekday minimum booking: 2 nights
    Weekend minimum booking: 2 nights
Cancellation Policy: Receive a full refund (minus service fee) up until 1 week prior to check-in.

Additional Information

GLAMPING DETAILS
Come stay in your own luxury double lined super tent.
With a queen bed and cosy doona, a ‘state of the art’ bathroom, a kitchenette (with all you need in the way of cutlery and crockery), a little sitting area plus great extras like sun lounges, umbrella, BBQ, campfire already set up for you... and a hammock, what more could you want! And its right on the river with a great stretch landing.

Only bring your linen (or we can provide for you) plus esky with your cold foods, drinks and ice. There is solar lighting and in winter there is under floor heating – everything to make your visit as special and comfortable as possible. If you require an extra bed, please let us know before booking.

PLEASE NOTE
There is no mobile phone reception down in the valley and there is no telephone in the tent for your complete rest and relaxation. The manager's cottage is approximately 2km away.
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Prices

  • Base Price $170 / night
  • Weekend Price $232 / night
  • Cleaning Fee $80
  • Security Deposit $200
  • Extra People $35 (adult) and $35 (child) / night after 2 people

Adventures on the Property

These are the exclusive natural wonders and outdoor activities within the property boundaries.

Kayaking

Paddle down the river on the property and take in the surrounding natural beauty. Canoes are available for hire or bring your own kayak or canoe....

Fishing

If you have a fishing license and it's the fishing season there are trout and carp in the river so bring your fly rod with you....

Wildlife Watching

Renowned for some of the best birdwatching in the state, the protected woodlands along the fertile river flats attract regent honeyeaters, woodland birds, and birdwatching enthusiasts alike. The property is also home to native Australian wildlife like kangaroos, wombats, wallaroos, wallabies, platypus and gliders....

Outdoor Equipment Provided

Enjoy the outdoors with the following equipment included in your stay.

Canoe (4)
Yoga mat (10)
Paddle down the river on the property and take in the surrounding natural beauty. Canoes are loaned rate of $30 per half day. A refundable deposit is required.

Yoga mats are free to use.
Please ask at the manager's office for these items.
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Location

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Adventures Nearby

Here are some details about the adventures nearby. Refer to the map for their location.

Horse Riding

Experience horse riding in the Blue Mountains, cross rivers and enjoy the magic of the Australian bush with our experienced guides. We cater from beginners to experienced riders. The rides are grouped by ability (unless otherwise requested) so that if you are experienced, you can trot, canter and even swim with your horse in the river. Rides are limited to 5 people per ride....

Hiking & Bird Watching

The Turon and Capertee Valleys' have always been famous for amazing birdlife. Aside from the Wedge-Tail Eagles soaring along Eagle Hawk Drive on the eastern side of the valley, the large assortment of birds never fails to impress. Springtime (September to November) is the best in terms of numbers, a good assortment is prevalent all year round. Enjoy from your balcony or go for a hike....

Wollemi National Park

Wollemi National Park is the largest wilderness area in NSW and forms part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The Park is a maze of canyons, cliffs and undisturbed forest....

Gardens of Stone National Park

The Gardens of Stone National Park forms part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. 'Pagoda' rock formations cluster near sandstone escarpments, where erosion has sculpted beehive-shaped domes. Banksia, dwarf casurinas and other wind-pruned heathland plants give the area its garden-like appearance. Pagoda rock formations form when ironstone plates occur in sandstone. As sandstone hardens and is eroded due to weathering, ironstone is all that remains....

Capertee Valley

The Capertee Valley is recognised internationally as an Important Bird Area (IBA) and one of the 50 top birdwatching locations in the world. A diversity of habitats has resulted in a proliferation of bird species finding refuge here. Surrounded on all sides by spectacular sandstone cliffs, the valley is in transition zone where the forests of the Blue Mountains give way to the woodlands of the NSW western slopes.

Vegetation varies from semi-rainforest to open forest, grassy woodlands and farmland grasslands. Not as heavily cleared as many other rural areas, the valley retains large areas of the critically endangered White Box–Yellow Box–Blakely’s Red Gum Grassy Woodland and Derived Native Grassland. Many woodland bird species, whose populations have fallen alarmingly elsewhere, remain relatively common and easily seen here.
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Turon
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Capertee, New South Wales, Australia
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Soren and Sonya first came to Turon Gates in 1972 on a camping trip. They fell in love with its natural beauty and, after 4 days, decided they would love to retire there some day. Their dream was to create a bush retreat close enough to get away for a few days but far enough to leave the hustle and bustle of the city far behind.
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