Australia offers travellers a nearly infinite number of things to do on holiday. From some of the best white- and gold-sand beaches in the world with snorkelling along coral reefs, to serene nature hikes where you can see rare species of birds and reptiles, watch whales and even see a penguin colony — it’s all here. Glamour camping allows you to experience all that nature has to offer, while enjoying the luxury and comfort of home.
Options for glamping in Tasmania
The island state of Tasmania off the southern coast offers unspoiled mountain and forest landscapes, national parks, and a wealth of wildlife viewing options in places like Hobart, Launceston, Bicheno and Saint Helens. A rustic yurt can offer you the sense of roughing it in the wild, while still giving you a comfortable bed and all the luxuries of home such as an ensuite bathroom with shower. Ideal for a couple’s retreat or for a solo traveller looking to get away from it all.
Glamping accommodations in New South Wales
With beaches, lighthouses, and lush green forests, locations in New South Wales like Byron Bay, Central Coast, Sydney and Port Macquarie beckon glampers and travellers of all kinds. Whether you’re looking for whale watching from the top of a lighthouse or cycling along forested cliffsides, it’s all waiting here with glamping accommodations. A great way to see the countryside is in a quaint pod at an outdoor campsite. In your pod, you’ll have space for 2, making it perfect for a romantic getaway, and you’ll also enjoy a number of cozy amenities at a great price.
Luxury camping in Queensland
Glamping in Queensland in places like Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach and Port Douglas offers water sports, soft sand and easy access to green space and nature reserves. Glamping here can take the form of a beachside tent that will put you steps away from a world of outdoor adventures. You may have access to a camp kitchen that will provide for your self-catering needs, and you’ll also enjoy a comfortable bed so that you can get some rest before heading out into nature for some fun and excitement.
Glamour camping in South Australia
Popular locations for glamour camping in South Australia include Adelaide, Marion Bay, Middleton and Flinders Ranges, where you can stay in this gorgeous deluxe eco tent. In this spacious tent, you’ll find everything you need for a world-class glamping holiday including a queen size bed with a comfy mattress, an outdoor BBQ where you can cook under the stars, and solar powered hot water—not to mention miles of wide open spaces all around so that you can enjoy some peace and quiet.
Where to go for glamping in Victoria
As the home of Melbourne, many travellers visit Victoria for its urban amenities, but seaside areas like Torquay, Lorne and Sorrento also offer access to outdoor experiences in parklands, forests and mountains. If you’ve ever dreamed of off-the-grid living, then glamping in this eco-pod may just be your perfect holiday. The pod is surrounded by sprawling green fields and lush trees, which means you can start every day with a hot cup of coffee and a breathtaking view. Double-queen bunk beds can sleep four adults, which means you can bring your friends along, and there’s even an outdoor bath so that you can freshen up after a day of hiking in nature.
Glamping in Western Australia
Western Australia draws luxury campers for the spectacular sunsets in Yallingup as well as the beaches and bays at places like Busselton and Fremantle, while the state capital of Perth allows all the urban nightlife, shopping and dining you demand. For glamping here, check out this secluded tent in Margaret River. Nestled in a copse of trees, this tent offers a superb glamping location and provides a number of can’t-miss features. The inside of the tent provides a king size bed and a shower complete with hot water. Outdoors, there’s a spacious shaded deck where you can enjoy an evening glass of wine and a Dutchtub where you can take a leisurely soak.
Uluru glamping accommodation in the Northern Territory
Australia’s Northern Territory offers glamping opportunities for campers in regions like Darwin, Dundee Beach, Palmerston, Berriman and Uluru. A quaint rural yurt here is ideally situated for either a solo traveller or a couple seeking some quality time. You may be able to reserve a lakeside yurt so that you can get out on calm waters to relish the spectacular colours of the Australian sunset. A grill and seating area will let you enjoy cooking any fish you catch on the lake, and when the day is done you can spread out on the comfy furnishings in your yurt.