Bunkhouses Accommodation

Budget accommodation ideal for the sole traveller, large families or groups. Each bunkhouse is divided into two bunkrooms sleeping 8 and surround a huge camp kitchen for meal preparation, BBQs and meeting area.
Bunkrooms Gardens

Most of the cabins and bunkrooms have beautiful natural and native garden surrounds. Some when in season providing local Bush Tucker eg: The Lillypilly

Bunkrooms - Well Planned

At the Original Gold Rush Colony on the NSW South Coast, it is an easy matter to leave your top bunk and make for the great out doors at this Bush Camp with a difference.  Each pair of bunkrooms  open onto a balcony that looks out over the camp kitchen area and then into the Mogo State Forest where bird life abounds.  You can wake to the sound of cockatoos or kookaburras, rosella

Bunkhouses - Budget Family Holidays

A budget Summer Holiday can be enjoyed when the family literally bunks in together.  Spacious  ensuited bunk rooms sleep 8. A little bit of personal development can occur when the nearly old enough sleep in the upper bunks with  Parental  supervision.  The windows at each bunk bed add to the  perception of space.

Bunkhouses - Clean Comfortable Beds In Bunkrooms

Limed Pine from Floor to Ceiling in the Bunkrooms of the Original Gold Rush Colony on the NSW South Coast echoe the types of buildings the Miners might have lived in in the 1850's. Today the rooms are bright and breezy with lights at each head and an ensuite for each group of 8 beds.

Bunkhouse Accommodation Ensuite

Clean crisp white tiles are offset by a dado representing a river of gold in the comfortable ensuites in each bunkroom. At the Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo NSW there is no need for anyone to leave the 8 bed bunkroom to rush off to a distant amenities block.  Teachers in charge of school excursion groups are not faced with the issue of students' nocturnal wandering. Similarly the ensuites are an added comfort for backpackers.

Bunkrooms In Bunkhouse

The ramps along the side of the bunkhouses give easy access to the 2  en-suited bunk rooms in each bunkhouse which open onto the covered verandahs. For more information on the accommodation available in the Original Gold Rush Colony of Mogo click the link below.

Accommodation Floorplan - Bunkhouse

The bunkhouses at The Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo each have two bunkrooms, each with 4 double bunk beds sleeping 8, separate entry doors and ensuite bathrooms.
Each bunkhouse sleeps up to 16 people, ideal for school camps, groups and large families.

Bunkhouse Accommodation with Camp Kitchen Hub

In House Groups of all kinds use the camp kitchen as a focal point in co-ordinating their activities. At the Original Gold Rush Colony only 9km from Batemans Bay, the camp kitchen  becomes the hub with the bunkhouses  which accommodate 64 radiating out to the south. Energetic guests can let off steam on the  large grassed area and volley ball court below the camp kitchen. For more information click the link below.

Bunkhouse Front View

Each  Bunkhouse has ramp access on the side and stairs up the front  to the balcony. At the Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo NSW 155km East of Canberra, Each  bunkhouse has 2 ensuited bunkrooms. Every bunkroom  has its own entrance onto the balcony.  For more information click the below.

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