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Although it was incredibly beautiful, we were quite disappointed with our stay at the safari tents.
We noticed things were a bit tired and worn with tears and holes in the tent as other reviews have pointed out. However once it became dark, these became...More
Fourth time visiting, third time reviewing. Despite getting progressively more 'tired' from an aesthetic perspective the safari tents still offer wonderful accommodation, great views, excellent facilities (given the remoteness) and a terrific relaxing experience. There is nothing bad to say about Red Bluff, it is...More
I'm conflicted writing this review. On one hand I want this place to remain a hidden gem and on the other, I want to shout it to the world.
We finished off a 3 week camping trip with 4 nights at Red Bluff. On a...More
About 25 years ago Norwegian national television showed a documentary from North West Australia.
I remember it as it was yesterday. I taped it om my VHS and I watched it like thousen times. It was called "Capricorn Drifters" or "Steinbukkens vendekrets" in Norwegian.
Firstly the landscape and views are fantastic! We stayed for 2 nights in a safari tent and I can't remember a time that I was looking at the ocean that I didn't see a whale cruising by! The staff were lovely and super helpful and...More
Well, depends on the car and the caravan, but its a rough road and its about 100Ks drive. I drove there in a small toyota hiace camper and it looked like a bomb had gone off inside when i arrived RB. :)
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