Bambra

CABN | Kuitpo Forest | 2-4 people | Dog Friendly

About 

Bambra offers a unique opportunity to rejuvenate amongst the iconic and cherished radiata pine trees of Kuitpo Forest Reserve, immersing you in a true nature experience like no other. Look out your window to the infinite number of pine trees surrounding your CABN, and let this location speak for itself. 

CABN Bambra sleeps 2 in a Queen bed with adult sized bunk beds for additional guests. This CABN includes: 

  • CABN kitchenette with bar fridge, two-burner gas cooktop, pots/pans, kettle, coffee plunger, toaster, utensils, crockery, and cutlery 
  • Bathroom with a shower, flushing toilet, basin, and bath linen 
  • Solar reverse cycle heating/cooling and ceiling fan 
  • Indoor wood fireplace (season dependant) 
  • Fire pit (season dependant) 
  • WeberQ (season dependant) 
  • Outdoor seating to enjoy nature and expansive views of forest 

CABN Bambra is dog friendly. Remember to add them at checkout and bring them along for the adventure. 

Location 

Located just 50 minutes from Adelaide, explore walking trails and mountain bike tracks right at your doorstep, and experience the wineries and local produce found in the nearby regions of McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills. 

Bambra is positioned approximately 70 metres from CABN Nala and CABN Jarrah, separated by a filter of pine trees. These CABN triplets offer the perfect opportunity to get away with family or friends (subject to availability). Please note, additional guests are not permitted to camp at the CABN site. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

Please be aware that there is a short 50m walk from your designated carpark to the CABN. A cart is supplied to assist with your belongings. 

Bambra is dog-friendly and we welcome you to bring your furry friends on the CABN experience. Please keep in mind that the CABN is not fenced, so dogs must remain on a long line lead at all times to respect the local surroundings. 

Fire is prohibited on Forestry SA land and Forest Reserves from 1 November to 30 April in any year. (These dates may be extended in areas where high fire danger persists). Indoor wood fireplaces and outdoor fire pits are unable to be used during this period. Gas BBQs are prohibited from 1 Dec until 31 March. 

If you have any other queries about your stay, please check out our FAQs or contact hello@cabn.life – we are happy to help! 

Standard Rates

WEEKDAYS: Monday to Thursday from $264 per night / twin share + service fee

WEEKENDS: Friday to Sunday from $334 per night / twin share + service fee

LONG WEEKENDS: from $374 per night / twin share + service fee

Amenities

Leave no trace. Follow these guidelines.

We’ve got some guidelines we need to make you aware of, please follow them, we really appreciate it!

  1. Park in the designated carpark only. Please don’t attempt to drive your car up to the CABN or any other part of the property. Please only arrive and depart by pre-approved route.
  2. Do not enter any gate signed “Private Property”
  3. These appliances are not compatible with CABNs: Straighteners, hair dryers, electric fry pans, air fryers, coffee machines, or anything with a heating element, as they will damage the battery and leave you without power.
  4. Please do not remove any wood from the property, BYO or pre-order through hello@cabn.life. Please adhere to bushfire regulations, strictly NO fires are to be lit outside of the designated fire season.
  5. Please respect that you are on private property, take all rubbish and bottles with you, and leave no trace.
  6. Please leave by 11am and arrive no earlier than 3pm so that our service and maintenance team can replenish the off-grid CABNs.

 

Related Accommodation

About Us

Our CABNs are off grid, self contained, eco friendly handcrafted tiny houses. Featured amongst secluded sites, it’s just you, the natural surrounds, and the company you bring.

Acknowledgement to Country

CABN acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Get Social
Hosting
Let’s collaborate – click here to learn more about CABN Hosting Opportunities
Get in Touch

|

|

© Copyright 2022, CABN