Camp amongst wildlife in this safari school bus

Camping can be messy, difficult, and dirty. Take camping to glamping when you stay in a converted school bus surrounded by some of the most unique and amazing wildlife you've ever seen! This cozy bus is parked at the Waminda Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia, and it makes going on safari a bit easier with the creature comforts of home at your fingertips!
This roomy bus can accommodate up to four sleepers, and it offers everything required for comfortable camping. With a dining table, fully functional kitchen, bedroom, bathroom (including shower and toilet) and additional single beds, there are plenty of features to make your stay enjoyable. Though you're there to enjoy making new animal friends, heading back to this bus for some relaxation is a lot more fun than poking your head in a tent at the end of the day! Walk onto the bus and check out the soft gray exterior and the pop of color that the dark pink kitchen offers.
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An oversized dining table cleverly uses the original bus seats as dining chairs, keeping some of the character of the bus before it was converted. There is space for four diners at this cool, funky table! And check out that window view!
The fully loaded kitchen offers a stove/range, sink, full-sized refrigerator, and plenty of cabinet storage.
There are also custom built cabinets overhead for added storage in the kitchen. ​
The back of the bus houses a cozy double bed. Window blinds and curtains let you adjust the light, and the room is small, but very inviting with dark blue furnishings and bedding. ​
There are also two single beds adjacent to the kitchen for added sleeping space.
This bus seems much more spacious than you might imagine! Though you may be ready to head out to see the safari animals, relaxing on the bus is quite pleasant.
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Check out the view outside the bus doors!
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