The Gunyah (aboriginal for meeting place)
is the heart of the camp.
The Gunyah restaurant welcomes both in-house and non-resident guests and is also able to cater to those with access needs.
Bookings are essential. Please advise of any dietary requirements or access needs at the time of booking.
Seasonal menu subject to change.
- 4-course set menu / paella Night | $70 per person
- Breakfast (inc continental buffet, cooked breakfast and 1 coffee) | $35 per person
Thank you for a wonderful, relaxing and mouth watering stay. The food was exquisite, the tent divine. We loved the birds, the kangaroos and the penguins. All the best.
David Smith & Danuta Woronowicz, Edmonton, Canada
About The Gunyah
Designed by Sydney architects Nettleton Tribe, The Gunyah is a unique space, built high off the ground to enjoy the sea breeze and a wonderful position amongst tree tops.
In the warmer months, the sliding doors open up for outdoor dining on the verandah, providing a bushy backdrop to candlelit meals and to observe the goings on of our resident possums, sugar gliders and birdlife.
In winter, an open fire with cosy lounges is the perfect place to curl up after dinner with a nightcap, perhaps swap a few traveling tales with other guests, or enjoy a game of cards.
The Gunyah is our dining room, reception and communal lounge and is also where you go for free Wi-Fi and to charge phones.
Guests are welcome to help themselves to tea or coffee during the day (or for some, the middle of the night!) or order an espresso style coffee.
Feeling a bit peckish? A delicious bar menu is available from 2pm each day and the Sundowner deck is the perfect place to meet for a late afternoon drink and watch the changing light of the bush as the sun disappears for the evening.
The Gunyah also makes for a beautifully romantic wedding venue and inspirational space for small meetings and corporate retreats.
The Gunyah welcomes a limited number of non-resident guests for breakfast and dinner. Bookings are essential – please call 02-4441 7299 to make a reservation. The Gunyah is fully licensed and does not allow BYO.