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Each of our bespoke lodges have been designed and crafted with comfort and conscience as key components. Though you may not realise it from the opulent interiors; recycled materials and environmentally stable facilities have been at the core of our bushland resort from the beginning. This means you can enjoy the perks of the twenty-first century amenities whilst feeling confident you are contributing to sustaining the local environment.

Rose

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Settle into our colonial inspired outpost…
Finished with a hardwood floor and period pine-furniture, it’s just as easy to feel at one with nature inside as it is out of this luxury lodge. The plantation timbers used to erect the structure were specifically grown for the building industry so you can enjoy your stay safe in the knowledge that your woodland home from home was attained in a sustainably conscience manner.

Pharaoh

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Designed and decked-out fit for Cleopatra herself, Pharaoh Lodge is our homage to the ancient civilization and your opportunity to experience a taste of the dessert, in the bush.
A replica of the great pyramid Cheops at Giza, Pharaoh Lodge stands as a one-twentieth scale- version of the original, and the entrance is aligned to true magnetic north.

Kurringal

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Aboriginal; meaning ‘Happy Meeting Place’

In the true spirit of regenerating and implementing all-natural building materials, earth lifted from the site has been conserved and re-used in the long-standing tradition of mud-brick pressing. This technique has been blended with modern technologies to stabilize the structures and prevent both erosion on the outside and dusting on the inside.

Inela Yunka

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American Indian; meaning ‘To hold one’s Peace’

In the true spirit of regenerating and implementing all-natural building materials, earth lifted from the site has been conserved and re-used in the long-standing tradition of mud-brick pressing. This technique has been blended with modern technologies to stabilize the structures and prevent both erosion on the outside and dusting on the inside.