Serenity cabin is totally self-contained as is best when the nearest shop at Beaudesert is nearly forty minutes away. Such is life in the wilderness end of Lamington National Park.
All you have to do is bring your own food and beverages.
- Electric cooktop
- Wood fired oven incorporated into a fireplace
- Kitchen utensils
- Tea, coffee and milk
Our tea is an organic range provided by Sophia of Abundance Herbs. Our coffee is sourced from Mackellar at Hogarth Range, northern NSW.
And now we are nearing the end of our build. It’s taken a little longer and cost a little extra but we got much more in return. It’s at that point where just a bit here, a half hour there, …
We are happy to announce the arrival of water at Kumbartcho. Removing all air from the pipe ensured that we achieved the expected 115psi. When connected to our soon-to-arrive Powerspout generator we hope to produce upwards of one kilowatt per …
Kumbartcho Up Update
Kumbartcho (native for Hoop Pine) is a happening thing. Out of the ground and looking very insignificant. Which is great. We tried to minimise its impact but have been overly pleased by the way nature has done it for us. …
Out of the Ground
Kumbartcho is starting to take form despite persistent rain and clay type soils that turn gumboots into cement shoes. We’re at the stage of putting joists over the beams so we can nail our floor down. The pace is rapid …
Introducing ‘the pad’
Now we are ready to go. Weather permitting. Just waiting on council approval to commence construction of Kumbartcho. You can see some of the Hoop Pines in the background. This is the Pad – or will be if you click …