Here is what some of our previous visitors have had to say about their experience at Gumleaves:
We went as a group of 20 (including 8 kids) the caretaker was lovely, the kids had a ball and so did we.. We booked a cabin which made it especially easy with the younger kids in our group – we had babies through to 6 year olds.Next time we return we will stay for longer. (Carlee Howard)
Bush camping away from the hussle and bussle of caravan parks. We stayed here on a windy cold day and night, we found a sheltered unpowered site for our hired camper van. The amenities were always clean and he hot free shower most appreciated on a cold day. Little functional camp kitchen was cosy and warm. Lots of stuff for kids to do and saw families staying here. Lady at office was super friendly. (Rachel P)
Such an awesome experience. So much fun was had and sad faces from our kids when we had to leave. We camped down near the lake and the kids loved swimming in there. Exploring the different activities scattered around the park was a lot of fun. We spotted quite a few animals on our nightly walk. On the Saturday we had a lot of our family come up for the day and they enjoyed all that there was to offer. We will certainly be staying at Gumleaves again, cannot wait for our next trip 🙂 (Robert G)
We had 3 adults and 7 children in our group, the older children loved the lake and boating activities. The younger children loved exploring the bush land. Very helpful at reception did everything they could to make our stay perfect. Thank you for a lovely weekend away. We will be back again. (Shell T)
This is a great place for family’s and groups such as the ones I had on board from China. A group of Chinese students and teachers enjoying the Aussie bush to its fullest extent. Facilities where great. Some of the activities include a Flying fox across a dam, obstacle course, sit on kayaks and a couple of row boats to row across a dam. (Bomber)
Perfectly located in the middle of the Great Eastern Drive in Tasmania, 1.5h from Hobart, 1.5h from Frencynet National Park.
The people managing the place were lovely, super helpful and very friendly. The cottage was cozy, with a warm fire for the evening and plenty of wallabies jumping around. Very quiet and relaxing, you really feel immersed in nature. There is everything you need in the cottage, and you can either spend the day there relaxing or drive around the beautiful area. (Marta)