Go Glamping This Easter!

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By: Phoebe Ackland, ellaslist

Flash Camp is coming to Coolendel these Easter holidays- the perfect glamping opportunity for kids and families to unplug and unwind in style! The outdoors + luxury = the Easter of your dreams.

 

A Camping Experience With None Of The Fuss

This is the first time glamping is coming to the peaceful riverbanks of Coolendel, in the tranquil surrounds of the Shoalhaven river's upper reaches. Just a 2.5-hour drive from Sydney, families could spend their Easter by the campfire, roasting marshmallows, rugging up in warm clothes, switching off from phones and tablets (you'll have no choice- there's no reception!) and enjoying each other's company- without the stress and hassle of pitching tents and all those other annoying camping necessities. Flash Camp sets everything up for you, so that all you have to do is relax and bond with your littles one. Glamping packages come with: an undercover communal area with tables, chairs and games, access to the pristine Shoalhaven river waters, a campfire, shared bathrooms and facilities (no bushes necessary!), an on-site staff member, and plenty of activities for all ages, so kids won't get bored!

The Tents Are The Most Luxe You'll Find

Families have a choice of Flash Tents and Bell Tents. Flash tents are available from $160 per night, and come fully furnished with a 5m diameter of space, solar lamps, timber storage chest, decorative rug, toiletries including shampoo, conditioner and body wash, as well as REAL beds (king or single bed configurations) with quality bed linen, plush pillows & doonas. Who said you had to have a bad night's sleep camping? Bell Tents come at $110 per night, have a 5m diameter, Coleman blow-up air beds with quality linen and doonas, a solar lamp, but minus the furniture.

It's Not Easter Without The Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny is rumoured to be making an appearance at Coolandel- but remember to BYO chocolate eggs!

An Easter To Remember

Flash Camp really has thought of everything- there's a general store in case you've forgotten or run out of the essentials, there's ice available, and gas refills. Campers are encouraged to bring bikes, canoes, kayaks or whatever you're into, as well as torches for a nighttime walk. Immerse yourself in wildlife, fresh air and family time this Easter.

For more information and to BOOK NOW, visit their website.

 

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