"Wallabies Rest" is a fully self contained and spacious glamping tent with a large elevated deck in the central tablelands of NSW. An easy 30 minutes drive north of Lithgow and within one hour of the vineyards of Mudgee, this location is ideal for day trips and experiences within the region, including the stunning Capertee and Newnes Valleys, Bathurst, Lake Wallace, Rylstone and the old gold mining town of Sofala. There are numerous quaint country pubs, food retailers, and restaurants in the area.
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 grazing peacefully, hence the name "Wallabies Rest" and in the morning wake to native bird calls. There are plenty of bush walking or horse riding trails in the State Forest adjacent. Please do not feed the wildlife bread as it harms them.
"Wallabies Rest" is directly accessible from the Castlereagh Highway at Ben Bullen with access suitable for all vehicles.