What kitchen equipment to expect?

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What kitchen equipment to expect?

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Hello, we will visit storms river mouth rest camp and wonder what kitchen equipment will be available and what we need to bring by our own.

Is there basic stuff available like

Charcoal, oil, salt, pepper, candles, lighter...?

Thanks
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All the crockery and cutlery are there but you will have to bring Oil Charcoal etc
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Tilmann wrote: Tue Nov 21, 2023 12:08 pm Hello, we will visit storms river mouth rest camp and wonder what kitchen equipment will be available and what we need to bring by our own.

Is there basic stuff available like

Charcoal, oil, salt, pepper, candles, lighter...?

Thanks
Hi Tilmann and a warm welcome to the Forum :gflower: :gflower:

The Chalet/Hut accommodation all have Kitchen Utensils. Your basic crockery and cutlery. There will be a small container with dishwashing liquid and dish cloths.

If you will be camping you will need to bring all your own kitchen utensils.

No kitchen staples like salt, oil, coffee etc are provided. There is a small shop that stocks all your basics.

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Even though the non-camping accommodation has utensils, I would suggest you pack a sharp knife - it is the one thing I sometimes find lacking in the units.
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