You Can Now Guide a Boozy and Nostalgic Getaway in Australia’s First Gin-Themed Caravan – Concrete Playground
If you’re a type of traveler who not only prepares for where you will be and what you will see, as well as what you drink when you are there, add a new way to sleep in Australia to your dream vacation list. A partnership between Camplify and The Botanist Gin, The Botanist Van is the first caravan in the country – and yes, a gin bottle will be waiting for you when you get there.
Named Mazzy the Van, the tire deck was painted in blue and white sidewalks, while its rooms were redecorated as Hamptons – a 70s making it one of its goals. The redesigned Viscount Royal vintage group of 1979 comes with a barbecue, outdoor table and chairs, and awning, as well as indoor and outdoor sports, beach umbrellas and beach towels, and a picnic basket. It’s the Botanist Gin trailer, however, that can make you thirsty.
Once there, you will be drinking from a fine 700-milliliter bottle of The Botanist gin, a four-pack of Fever Tree tonic and Botanicus’ flavored Herbal Tea Tube. You should also combine all of the above with dried fruit spices and other ingredients for gin cocktails. The Botanist group has some new ideas for the latter, too, in addition to its conversion to G&T – which is why you should just mix and match.
If this sounds like your escape, The Botanist Van will be available from Friday, November 6 until the end of the summer (February 28, 2021) from $ 140 a night – four people sleep, as well as a minimum of three days’ sleep. You should be happy on the weekends to receive the gin pack, however, because it comes Friday – Sunday and Saturday – Monday reservation.
As for where to drink a little, go back and get in trouble, the car was set up on the New South Wales South Coast. It can be stored and set up at your designated camp within 100 miles of Flinders – so between Austinmer and Jervis Bay.
To reserve The Botanist Van – with prices ranging from $ 140 per day, with rent available within 100 miles from Flinders in New South Wales until February 28, 2021 – visit Camplify.
Published November 03, 2020 by