Cape Conran has timber cabins overlooking sandy beaches that offer family and group accommodation, designed for comfortable but basic living. Local timbers have been used
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Camping and accommodation at Cape Conran
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Cape Conran has timber cabins overlooking sandy beaches that offer family and group accommodation, designed for comfortable but basic living. Local timbers have been used to give each cabin a character of its own. One is specially designed to accommodate people with disabilities. Each cabin sleeps up to eight people. All have pot bellied stoves for heating.
Each cabin is fully self-contained, including a toilet, hot shower and outdoor barbeque. A communal laundry is nearby.
You need to bring pillows, sleeping gear and towels.
During peak holiday periods, a ballot system is used to allocate cabins and campsites at Cape Conran. Contact the Manager’s office for further information - phone (03) 5154 8438.
The cabin complex is ideal for schools and other groups. In addition to the cabins, Olive-berry Lodge caters for groups with its fully equipped kitchen, tables with bench seating and sleeping quarters (17 beds).
Cape Conran has relaxed bush camping among mahogany gums in a banksia woodland.
Fireplaces, picnic shelter, bush showers and septic toilets are provided in the Banksia Bluff camp area. Borewater is available, but is not recommended for drinking.
The nearest food supplies are at Marlo. Gas, wood, ice and a public phone is available from the Manager’s office.
For camping and accommodation please visit the Cape Conran Camping and Cabins or call (03) 5154 8438.
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