What to pack if you're staying in a safari cabin?

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Ok so you might need more than a shirt, a watch and some Hennessey but if you're wondering what you need to bring if you're staying in one of our safari style cabins you need not wonder any longer! Here's a list of everything you'll find you have at your fingertips so you don't have to overpack...

Heating / cooling

  • Oil radiators 
  • Small fan heater
  • Under floor heating (yep, you read that right!) 

Bedding

  • Sheets
  • Doonas and covers (additional blankets available if required)
  • Pillows and covers
  • Towels (1 per person)

Kitchen & Living

  • Television
  • Private pod coffee machine (4 complimentary pods per cabin, extras $1 each from the office) 
  • Kitchenette with sink
  • Table and simple cupboard for food storage and preparation
  • Mini Fridge
  • Portable electric twin cooktop
  • Microwave 
  • Access to communal undercover outdoor BBQ area
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Microwave
  • Cooking utensils
  • Chopping boards
  • Saucepans
  • Frypan
  • Glasses
  • Wine glasses
  • Mugs
  • Crockery
  • Cutlery
  • Serving dishes

Guests also enjoy the use of an undercover communal BBQ area - use of all BBQs is free for guests. 

Bathroom

  • Shower, sink, toiletries cupboard
  • Toilet (with free toilet paper!) 
  • Tub for soaking clothes or baby baths

Outdoor

  • Table and 4 chairs (additional chairs may be available upon request)
  • Undercover private decking area

Laundry

A communal park laundry features large commercial sized coin-operated washing machines and dryers as well as two washing lines outdoors. BYO washing powder or purchase some from the office for $2 a load.  And please BYO washing line if you require undercover use at your safari cabin.  

Cleaning

  • Dishwashing liquid
  • 1 x chux or washing cloth
  • 1 x steel wool 
  • 1 x teatowel 
  • Hand soap in bathroom at sink
  • Broom 
  • Dustpan and brush 
  • Toilet brush 

 

Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park offers camping and accommodation on the East Coast of Tasmania at its best. Situated at the gateway to Bay of Fires, St. Helens and Binalong Bay, it's a great accommodation base to explore the East Coast of Tasmania. Either camp on an unpowered or powered camp site or stay in a safari style self-contained cabin. The Park has private access to the beach and is right next to a nature reserve creating a wonderfully peaceful atmosphere for guests. Book now or contact us for more details or to plan your stay with us.