Huon Bush Retreat is an award-winning accommodation provider set in a picturesque Tasmanian native forest setting just 50 minutes drive south of Hobart, in the Huon Valley. The retreat offers guests a choice of contemporary, self-contained cabins, deluxe tepees, and private campsites. Each cabin is located in its own unique bush setting. Each cabin is comfortably catered for with gas cooking facilities, fresh rainwater, solar-powered lights, an eco-friendly composting toilet, and a private outdoor bath. Huon Bush Retreats also offers camping but is not your average campground. Huon Bush Retreats offer unpowered tent and campervan sites in an extensive habitat reserve with modern, spacious amenities, all the equipment you’ll need to cook together with a 5-kilometre network of bushwalks and the opportunity for an outdoor bath under the stars. The Huon Bush Retreats Tasmania is a multi-award-winning retreat offering guests a choice of contemporary, self-contained cabins, deluxe tipees, and private campsites against a backdrop of Tasmanian native forest. Take in the view from the deck surrounded by native birds and wildlife. You are within easy access to 5km of interpreted walking tracks through the rainforest, to a hidden waterfall, or a mountaintop. Your cabin is comfortably catered for with gas cooking facilities, fresh rainwater, solar-powered lights, an eco-friendly composting toilet, a cosy wood heater, and a private outdoor bath. Choose between four decorated eco-cabins, each enjoying their own, unique forest setting. You will be surrounded by friendly Tasmanian wildlife, including a variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Each cabin is self-contained with a fridge, gas oven, and enough kitchenware for cooking. Comfortable queen beds have 7cm thick mattress toppers and doonas. Each cabin is equipped with a dining area, lounge, bathroom, cushions, throw rugs, and toiletries. Eco facilities include composting toilets and 12-volt solar electricity. The van sites each have their own private area within the surrounding forest. Guests are welcome to use the communal fire pit at the entertaining area - wood is provided. Private campfires are permitted if you bring your own firepit and firewood. No domestic animals are allowed. The owners live on-site and can assist with any issues or needs visitors may have throughout their stay.