Bay of Plenty Lodges
Locality: Jervis Bay, South Coast NSW
Type of Property: self contained cabins, cottages , units and long house for large group bookings
Children: Ideal for children
Price Range: all accommodation has seasonal rates. Prices are per night
Cottages: $195 to $380 per night
Cabins: $125 to $300
Units: $125 to $215
Longhouse: $780 to $1330 (up to 32 people)
Rates are inclusive of GST and are subject to change without notice.
PRICE RATE POLICY*
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Bay of Plenty Lodges derives its name from the Aboriginal word "Booderee" meaning 'bay of plenty' or 'plenty of fish'. The Lodges, reached after a 13 kilometre drive through the rainforests of Booderee (Jervis Bay) National Park, aims to provide guests with a rare escape from the stresses of modern life.
The sound of the ocean replaces the noise of traffic, native wildlife abounds as kangaroos hop through the grounds and native parrots skim through trees, the backdrop is of forest not buildings.
While Bay of Plenty Lodges can be used as a base to explore the historic surrounding districts, its relaxed atmosphere and tranquil beachfront location surrounded by Booderee National park lead most guests to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of swimming, bushwalking, boating, reading and in the evening meeting fellow guests at the central barbecue facilities.
Bay of Plenty Lodges, located via Booderee National Park on the South Coast of NSW offers stylish 1, 2 & 3 bedroom self contained holiday accommodation.
Our eco cabins, cottages and units range from comfortable to luxurious and are all fully equipped with linen, bath towels, cutlery and crockery and all open onto shaded decks, most with views over landscaped grounds.
Accommodation is self catering and facilities include a central bbq area and childrens' playground as well as direct beach access and boat ramp. Individual lodging is available for as few as two people and as many as six, at tariffs to suit most budgets.
Activities at Bay of Plenty Lodges
Guests can enjoy surfing on Bherwerre Beach or swimming in the calm waters of Sussex Inlet. Go fishing, kayaking, snorkelling, diving, bush walking, boating or bike riding, play volleyball on the Longhouse Green - or just plain relax!
Meetings and retreats at Bay of Plenty Lodges
Bay of Plenty Lodges offers a range of accommodation options for your business meeting or retreat. The serenity of its setting ensures an environment extremely conducive to team building and planning sessions with no interruptions.
Meetings generally take place in the Longhouse lounge and dining room, but all resort facilities are available.
The Jervis Bay area has a variety of different activities and experiences, sporting, adventure and cultural, many of which are suitable for inclusion in conference program or to finish off the day.
Measures taken to reduce Bay of Plenty Lodges environmental impact include:
On demand gas hot water heating
Light sensitive timer switches for public lighting.
Use of low energy compact fluorescent bulbs
On site production of drinking water and onsite treatment and disposal of waste water.
Shower heads are low flow.
Toilets are dual flush.
Rainwater used when possible
On site separation of recyclable and other waste streams and adherence to local
government regulations for disposal.
Biodegradable cleaning agents are used.
Maintenance of access corridors for wildlife.
No intentional feeding of wildlife.
Re-vegetation with native species. Continuous removal of exotic species such as asparagus fern and bitou bush.
Advanced EcoCertified by Ecotourism Australia
Hosts: Bay of Plenty Lodges
Address: Ellmoos Road, Jervis Bay
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