Within walking distance of the picturesque Copeland Tops State Conservation Area, the Copeland Cabins property consists of 2 comfortable cabins and is only 15 minutes drive from the popular township of Gloucester.
The comfortably renovated self-contained cabin, as its name suggests, started life out as a milking shed. It features one bedroom (with a large queen size bed), adjoining bathroom (with shower) and a combined kitchen, lounge and dining room. All linen is provided (including electric blankets for those cold winter nights).
Guests can also enjoy reverse cycle air conditioning, a covered front verandah with outdoor fire, BBQ facilities, satellite television, DVD player and complimentary firewood upon arrival.
An ideal choice for the budget minded, this self-contained cabin offers a cozy home away from home. It features one bedroom (with a double bunk bed – a double on the bottom and a single on the top), adjoining bathroom (with shower) and a combined kitchenette sitting area. All linen is provided (including electric blanks for those cold winter nights).
Guests can also enjoy reverse cycle air conditioning, a DVD player, a covered back verandah with BBQ area, and complimentary firewood upon arrival. The kitchenette offers tea and coffee making facilities, bar fridge, microwave and a toaster.
Please note that there is no mobile or internet reception at Copeland Cabins – enjoy the opportunity to disconnect and escape from the grind of daily life.
When staying at this accommodation in Copeland, we hope that you will also take the time to explore the surrounding area – Gloucester, Stratford, Barrington Tops, Moonan Flat, Bretti, Krambach, Coolongolook and more.
When staying at Copeland Cabins, you will have the pleasure of being able to enjoy the many attractions that the area has to offer. No matter your age or interests, there is something for you to see and do.
The region is fairly isolated, which is actually one of the main reasons that many tourists choose to come here. There are plenty of opportunities to get back to nature and see what our country looked like before man. We recommend the Woko National Park, Gloucester Tops National Park, Barrington Tops National Park (which is World Heritage listed), and Copeland Tops State Conservation Area. There are also plenty of lookouts in the area to be enjoyed.
If simply seeing nature isn’t enough for you, experience it by walking one of the many trails that the region offers. If you’re still attached to civilization, try the Gloucester Mosiacs Walk – it takes you around the town, past all of the artworks on display. The national parks offer several hiking trails – popular ones include Gloucester Tops Circuit (which combines three walks into a 7km circuit), Hidden Treasure trail, and Antarctic Beech Forest trail.
Why not get the adrenalin pumping by checking out one of the more adventurous activities that the region offers? Barrington Outdoor Adventures provides exceptional wilderness adventures – abseiling (at The Steps, which is 10 metres, or BuccanBuccans, which is 22 metres), kayaking and canoeing. If you prefer to stay on solid ground, you should head to The Steps Mountain Bike Park, which has been purpose-built for this activity.
Want to learn more about the history of the region? We definitely recommend the Copeland Historic Gold Mine Tour, which will reveal much about the area’s rich mining heritage as well as information about the park’s flora and fauna. Tours run on Wednesdays and Sundays subject to advance notice. Alternatively, the Gloucester Museum is home to a collection of photographic records, memorabilia and archival material dating back to 1826.
If you have travelled to the region for some rest and relaxation, you will not be disappointed. Book yourself in at Ming Thai Remedial Massage (Ming also offers foot reflexology and hot stone massage) or with Brad Bowden (who offers remedial, deep tissue and relaxation massage plus myofascial treatments). Take a dip in the Gloucester Hydrotherapy Pool. Or stroll the peaceful BooriBoori Stone Labyrinth for a transformative experience.
Once you’ve exhausted the extensive list of things to do in the surrounding area, the cabins will also provide the perfect base for taking a few day trips. The coast is only a little over an hours drive away – head to Forster Main Beach, Burgess Beach or Diamond Beach. Heading inland, the country music capital of Tamworth is about 2 and a half hours drive, the bustling city of Newcastle is about 2 hours drive, and the country town of Stroud is only about an hours drive.