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Treehouse Blue Mountains

Treehouse hosted by Lionel
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the treehouse to yourself.
Hot tub
This is one of a few places in the area that has this feature.
Fancy staying amongst 600 acres of private wilderness in the Blue Mountains in a treehouse? This secluded accommodation offers just that for a back-to-nature experience in style, nestled between 2x National Parks & World Heritage listed rain-forest

The space
Welcome to the Secret Treehouse - a place where you can live with birds high in the forest tree-tops. The Treehouse has simply stunning views of the deep Bowen's Creek Gorge and rare Blue Mountains rainforest. It is only for couples and not for children

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The Tree House is set to impress both new and returning guests. This one-of-a-kind cabin comes complete with spa, kitchenette, Queen bed, fireplace and floor to ceiling windows to provide an amazing and unique Blue Mountains experience.

Other things to note
Things to See and Do in the Blue Mountains

Wollemi National Park is the largest wilderness area in NSW. Forming part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area - Wollemi offers a maze of canyons, cliffs and undisturbed forest. Truely a natural wonder; all within a one hour drive from Sydney.

The Colo River is a highlight of the area; beginning at the junction of the Wolgan and Capertee Rivers, roughly in the middle of Wollemi National Park from east to west. It heads east for a short distance and then south east for some 50km until it flows into the Hawkesbury River near Lower Portland, north of Windsor. The Colo River Gorge is one of the largest in the world other than the Grand Canyon, stretching 30km in length, and around 300m deep for much of that.

The area around the river offers some of the wildest country remaining in NSW, and that is one of the big attractions to bushwalkers. While there are a number of fire trails and tracks on the east side of the gorge, the west is almost untouched. However, access is difficult and often requires strenuous climbs and exposed rock scrambling.

Star Gazing is another popular pastime, so check the Meteor Shower Guide for the best times to watch.

Glow Worm Tunnel in the Blue MountainsThe Glow Worm Tunnel is part of the old railway that serviced the area; access is from Clarence on the Bells Line of Road.

Dunns Swamp has easy walks and plenty of opportunities for canoeing.

Mountain Biking is a popular attraction. Fire trails off Putty Rd, such as the Culoul Range Trail and the Grassy Hill Trail are well suited to mountain biking. You may see a few cars and 4WDs, but mostly you'll be on your own. If you are looking for decent mountain biking, try fire trails in the Mountain Lagoon area.

Take care as many roads in Wollemi Wilderness are unpaved.
Fancy staying amongst 600 acres of private wilderness in the Blue Mountains in a treehouse? This secluded accommodation offers just that for a back-to-nature experience in style, nestled between 2x National Par…

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Bilpin, New South Wales, Australia

Love Cabins offer romantic Blue Mountains getaways for couples. Our uniquely designed, private bush cabins are nestled amongst 600 acres of spectacular world heritage Blue Mountains bushland, nestled between 2x National Parks & World Heritage listed rain-forest.

Each cabin gives you the opportunity to come and experience the peace and romance of the our secluded wilderness setting.
Love Cabins offer romantic Blue Mountains getaways for couples. Our uniquely designed, private bush cabins are nestled amongst 600 acres of spectacular world heritage Blue Mountains bushland, nestled between 2x…

Hosted by Lionel

Joined in June 2014
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For over two decades, Lionel Buckett has collected 19 awards for his pioneering work building environmentally sustainable homes. All seven of the cabins on premise were designed and constructed by him and his work mates. The cabins are nestled between 2x National Parks & on the verge of the World Heritage Listed Wollemi National Park. A one of a kind, hidden treasure.
For over two decades, Lionel Buckett has collected 19 awards for his pioneering work building environmentally sustainable homes. All seven of the cabins on premise were designed an…
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House rules
Check-in: After 5:00 pm
Checkout: 12:00 pm
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events