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Wallabies Whispers

  • Christmas at Wallabies Rest-we are in the Christmas frame of mind and decorating the tent for our Christmas guests. ho ho ho
  • Woohoo a new barbie on deck!
    Woohoo a new barbie on deck!
  • The six-day walk will allow visitors to explore the ancient pagoda rock formations.(Supplied: NSW Government.)
    NSW government to invest $50m to build new eco-tourism and adventure destination on western edge of the Blue Mountains ย  By Kathleen Calderwood ย  There are plans to create a six-day walk with views over the Wollemi wilderness.(Supplied: NSW Government)   More than 30,000 hectares of Crown land and state forestsย on the western side of […]
  • Bedroom and Living Area
    In keeping with the environment, the tent is solar powered and features all the comforts of home with a comfy bed (complete with electric blanket), gas heating and a ceiling fan. The kitchen is appointed with a microwave oven, coffee machine, double sink with hot and cold water, and a fridge stocked with bottled water […]
  • Outdoor Setting
    The tent is located on a small farm and adjacent to the Ben Bullen State Forest, with assured privacy and rural farm views. Late in the afternoon you can sit on the deck and watch the kangaroos and wallabies peacefully grazing, hence the name “Wallabies Rest” and in the morning wake to native bird calls. […]
  • BBQ Area
    Peter and Tracey welcome you with a complimentary bottle of wine, a freshly baked loaf of bread and goodies such as chocolate and marshmallows. There is a fire pit with wood supplied to keep you warm beneath the stars at night whilst you listen to the sounds of the Australian bush (or if so desired […]

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8 months ago
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We have done it again! ... See MoreSee Less

We have done it again!

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Well done……๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

9 months ago
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Our first guests at Wallabies Nest left us this note.
10 months ago
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10 months ago
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In spring I become a bit of a bird watcher. Yesterday I remarked on a fully grown magpie chick being beak fed by an adult on the ground with all the accompanying squarking and the self entitlement of a human teenage millennial and today I watched a tiny swallow harass an adult magpie with complete confidence and success. I have concluded that the tiny swallow succeeds because it has speed and agility up its (sleeve) flurrying little wings. The swallow return every year, nest and raise babies and last year our resident magpies bought their baby down to our back door to show it to us. We have never been swooped, they are extremely intelligent and they know and trust us. The dogs are not so lucky. ... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago
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Excitement is building! We are edging closer to our opening date for Wallabies Nest, a large caravan catered especially to families featuring a huge covered deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, sunlounges and childproof fencing. Beside the deck is a firepit overlooking the Aussie bush. It feels miles away from civilisation but is just three hours from Sydney CBD. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking forward to seeing it

How exciting!!

Love the name! ๐Ÿ˜œ

11 months ago
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Pete and Ruby the Roo know the secret location #comeandsaygday #seeaustralia ... See MoreSee Less

Pete and Ruby the Roo know the secret location  #comeandsaygday #seeaustralia
11 months ago
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It seems that Ruby the Roo has visited our site and found the lookout! ... See MoreSee Less

It seems that Ruby the Roo has visited our site and found the lookout!

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Beautiful outlook

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