Sixtus Lodge is well-equipped and provides comfortable accommodation
for both large and small groups.
Sixtus Lodge can accommodate up to 51 guests across its two warm, comfortable and well-appointed buildings.
The Lodge is self-contained and self-catering. A booking gives sole occupancy of the property.
The Main Lodge building sleeps 47 in two large and two small bunkrooms that flank each side of the lounge/dining room. The bathrooms and toilets are off the main sleeping rooms. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with a large storage pantry, along with laundry facilities and a drying room.
Toka Cottage is adjacent to the main building and has its own kitchen, fully accessible bathrooms, and four single beds. Toka Cottage is ideal for adults supervising groups on camp. It is not suitable for unsupervised children.
Other buildings on the property include an all-purpose building (the Ngamoko Room), a wood shed and a utilities shed.
Surrounding the Lodge buildings are attractive lawns (with an adventure/challenge course), an arboretum of native trees, and a bush reserve with a number of walking tracks leading to a nearby creek.