And it’s boasting that it will soon to be known as ‘The oasis in the city’ and claiming it is setting a new benchmark as Australia’s first ever 5 star ‘glam-packers’ resort.

The environmentally conscious resort has incorporated recycled materials in its architectural design mixing the old with the new, creating a rather eclectic design adding to its charm and character.

With an impressive 58 rooms, and a total occupancy of 266, the resort consists of various room configurations, including mixed gender dorm rooms, cosy female only dorms, modern double and twin rooms, quaint cottage style king rooms, an interconnecting family room and beach house villas, ideal for group bookings.

Having kept every type of traveller in mind, Rambutan’s pioneering concept of underground mobile campsites, allow travellers on the go, to park in a secure spot, have access to power and make use of the resorts facilities.

The resort houses its own café, rooftop bar and restaurant as well as a centralised pool, with funky cabanas to keep guests entertained.

With an International celebrity head chef on board the venue hopes to attract the locals and visitors alike.

The social atmosphere is billed as vivacious and lively, while maintaining its rather laidback attitude.

“Rambutan will bring instant vibrancy, with international travellers and locals alike discovering Rambutan as the ideal place to stay, enjoy themselves, and wine and dine, while they explore our amazingly beautiful region,” say the resort’s bosses.