No, after the check-in formalities you are own your own. We are in the process of building a workshop onsite but to better service the accomodation and farm but this is hardly noticeable from the tent.
We are in a sewage sensitive area and our focus is minimal impact on the environment. For this reason we have installed an Australian made and Government approved composting toilet. They are clean and odorless. For further information about and how to use composting toilets click here.
Toodyay is in a bushfire prone area and we shall be closed when the risk of fire is extreme or catastrophic.
We have built the tent to be as comfortable as possible in all weather conditions. However due to the nature of glamping accommodation strong winds and rain can effect the tents more than a bricks and mortar building. The tents are incredibly sturdy and have been reinforced to withstand cyclonic winds which have never been experienced in our area.
Our tent has a space heater and ethanol fire,many of our guests love snuggling up inside by the fireplace during large storms it's all part of the adventure. Don't forget your gumboots and warm jackets in Winter.
To have a minimal footprint on the planet, we have chosen to power the tent using solar power. We have ample power to charge phones (you'll find USB ports and plugs next to the bed), an outlet for charging laptops and cameras, a small fridge, and lighting.
Unfortunately,there is no facility for hair dryers, straighteners or heaters and attempting to plug one in will trip a breaker cutting off power to the entire tent.
Due to the high fire risk of the property the outdoor fire-pits cannot be used at all from November 1st to April 31st (subject to change based on local conditions). They are also not to be used during any dry windy conditions or any total fire ban days. If you have any questions around this please get in touch with us.