Pods or tents? Just-right glamping in Western Australia

From astounding natural rock formations and pillars like the Pinnacles and Wave Rock to nature trails in Karijini National Park and soft sand beaches with beautiful blue waters for snorkelling and surfing, Western Australia has a lot to offer. For those who want to experience all of the outdoor adventures they can get but still want luxurious accommodation with all the amenities, glamping can be a great option for a holiday stay.

The best of glamping in WA

Western Australia offers a wide range of glamping accommodation from single-bedroom tents to fully equipped cottages among forested surroundings secluded from city centres. Glamping options are available right on hiking trails, as are caravans and mobile-home options for those who still want the sense of ‘roughing it’. Glamping in WA can be the gateway to an unforgettable holiday for singles or groups of any size. You can find romantic yurts built for 2, cosy pods with comfortable beds and luxury tents with first-class features that will make for an unforgettable stay.

Options for glamping in Margaret River

Bookended by 2 historic lighthouses that offer panoramic ocean views and whale watching, Margaret River is known for its fine dining, craft breweries and trails for hiking, walking and cycling. A private luxury lakeside tent in Margaret River is the ideal choice for your glamping holiday. In your tent, you may enjoy a wide range of superb features, including a small camp kitchen where you can make a hot meal every evening and a cosy bed where you can sleep under the stars and in the fresh air.

Find accommodation for glamping in Perth

Aside from the wealth of national parks and natural wonders in the midst of forested surroundings, glamping in Perth offers close and easy access to urban amenities when you want to enjoy fine dining and an exciting nightlife. Couples on a romantic weekend or honeymoon escape can stay in an eco-tent with a plush queen-size bed surrounded by the forest but close to the city. In the evenings, you can sit out by a campfire surrounded by greenery while quietly enjoying a cup of tea or glass of wine.

Luxury glamping in Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island, just off the coast of WA, is famed for its wildlife and geographic features. Many travellers come here to see the dozens of coastal bird species, unique reptile and marsupial populations and more than 40 named coastal features. A glamping experience here offers luxurious but simple accommodation with features such as an outdoor barbecue and gravity shower, and you can get out into the wild to see what the region has to offer while still sleeping in a comfortable bed at the end of the day. All you need to decide upon is the level of luxury you want on your trip.

Rottnest Island glamping in a canvas yurt

To truly experience the beauty of Rottnest Island in upscale surroundings that offer the feeling of being out in nature, you need to choose the best glamping accommodation possible. A canvas yurt with comfortable furnishings is a good choice for singles or couples and allows you to immerse yourself in nature thanks to nearby green spaces, shaded hiking trails and access to beaches. You can enjoy the natural surroundings and then head back to read a book by the light of a fire or enjoy a conversation with your significant other while roasting marshmallows.

Glamping in South West WA

Glamping in the South West region of Western Australia situates you close to a number of exciting attractions that draw travellers year-round including Geraldton Beach and the Western Australian Museum. A serene and secluded tent just 5 minutes from the beach provides quick and easy access to both the natural and urban features of the region and offers air conditioning so you can stay cool while sleeping and comfortable furnishings to help you stay relaxed on holiday. Every morning, you’ll be able to exit your tent and enjoy warm ocean breezes and breathtaking seaside views.

Where to find the best glamping in Busselton

With natural and historic attractions from the Busselton Jetty to the Wonnerup House and St Mary's Anglican Church, as well as access to rural and mountain locations, the city of Busselton in South West WA has a great deal to offer travellers. A pet-friendly trailer with multiple beds is a great choice for small families looking for a fun and exciting holiday. Your trailer may be located just a few steps away from the beachfront while offering complete privacy and a waterfront view of the inlet along with an outdoor fire pit to enjoy cool autumn nights with cocoa and stories.