Timber floors, turndown service and hot tubs don’t usually come to mind when you’re planning a camping trip. Welcome to glamorous camping, otherwise known as glamping. If ‘roughing it’ isn't your scene, it's easy to embrace luxury in the great outdoors.
Take the luxury up a notch with a massage or a private yoga course by the creek.
Nightfall Camp, QLD
Only four couples at any one time share the secluded rainforest at Nightfall Camp. Canvas safari tents feature timber floors, fireplaces and private bathrooms, along with mesh walls to keep those bugs out. Soak up the serenity along Christmas Creek and hike through the ancient forests in Lamington National Park. When hunger strikes, you’ll enjoy home-cooked, organic food prepared by the hosts. Take the luxury up a notch with a massage or a private yoga course by the creek.
WA Wilderness, WA
Got the kids in tow? Forget about that dreaded, dirty pack down experience with a stay at WA Wilderness. You’ll arrive to a fully self-contained tent, with beds, chairs and cooking facilities just a short drive outside of Pemberton. Chill out surrounded by the forest or launch into adventure with bushwalking trails and swimming holes nearby. Best of all, at the end of the trip you'll simply hop back in the car without a tangled rope in sight.
Glamping at Tanja Lagoon Camp, NSW
Tanja Lagoon Camp, NSW
Explore the stunning Sapphire Coast from a fully-equipped tent with its own deck. Tanja Lagoon Camp rests by a coastal lagoon amid Spotted Gum forests. Inside, you’ll find handcrafted queen beds with views, lounge areas, writing desks and ensuites. Cook up a feast in the kitchen or enjoy barbecues and campfires. If you can drag yourself away from your luxury tent, bushwalk in the Mimosa Rocks National Park and swim at Middle Beach.
Facing dramatic Uluru with views from floor-to-ceiling windows, the ‘tents’ at Longitude 131º are every bit as glamorous as a luxury hotel room. Named after explorers and pioneers, each room offers organic linens, balconies, indigenous artworks, daily housekeeping and even plush bathrobes, taking glamping to a whole new level of indulgence. Spend your time on camel-riding tours, helicopter flights and plush decks for star-gazing.
Wilpena Pound Resort
Ikara Safari Camp, SA
Rock formations, wildlife and fossil remains make the Flinders Ranges National Park an incredible holiday destination. Wilpena Pound Resort is the only one in the national park and 15 glamping tents await at Ikara Safari Camp. Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a group of up to four, tents feature reverse cycle air conditioning, king beds, private decks and fire pits.
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