10 Best Glamping Spots In Australia - Updated 2021

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Australia, otherwise known as the Land Down Under, is a country famous for its beaches and wonderful natural sights. This makes it perfect for campers and adventures. However, for travellers who think that sleeping bags on the ground aren’t fun, try glamping. Glamping allows you to experience nature and its beauty while sleeping in a comfortable bed and not having to wash the dirt off your hair in the morning. Imagine spending your day hiking and trekking through the dense green foliage, enjoying a cuppa while being treated to a massage, or soaking in a swimming pool while watching the sunset. That’s what glamping offers, and it is one of the best ways to see and experience Australia’s picturesque sights. Here are the best glamping spots in Australia.

1. Modern, luxury glamping in Castlemaine, Victoria (from USD 147)

A lovely wooden deck with cream-coloured tents and comfortable chairs outside makes for an image right out of a postcard - that’s Castlemaine Gardens for you. Located in Castlemaine, right in the heart of Victoria, Australia, this glamping experience is high on service, right from the private parking to the free Wi-Fi on-site. Comfy beds, standing fans, extra seating in the form of chairs, and lovely potted plants make up the accommodation, which also has en suite bathrooms with a range of toiletries. A shared lounge with cooking facilities, a terrace, and a lovely garden make up the rest of the space.


Castlemaine Gardens Luxury Glamping

7.3 User Rating

Address: 1 Doran Avenue, Castlemaine, Castlemaine, Australia, 3450

2. Lakeside glamping experience in Western Australia (from USD 179)

Does luxury camping beside a lake appeal to you? This unique lakeside glamping experience from Olio Bello just north of Margaret River in Western Australia is simply perfect. The ‘glamp’ is located on Olio Bello’s impressive and award-winning 320-acre (130-hectare) organic olive farm. Six safari-style bungalows, which are also sustainable, are nestled around the lake and are the epitome of luxurious living in the outdoors. Wooden flooring, comfy beds, well-equipped kitchenettes, and extra seating space are some of the facilities within the rooms. There’s even a minibar, an in-room breakfast that you can pre-order, barbeque facilities, and spacious sunset viewing decks.


Olio Bello Lakeside Glamping

Address: 36 Armstrong Road

Garden On-site parking Parking Smoke alarms Free WiFi Heating Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines

3. Adults-only luxurious camping getaway in Boonah, Queensland (from USD 145)

How about combining glamping with an eco-friendly and sustainable experience? That’s what this ultra-luxurious glamping spot promises. The journey to Ketchup’s Bank Glamping, nestled in Boonah in the heart of Queensland, is one of the most picturesque drives ever. This luxury glamping experience soothes and refreshes the spirit with sleep-inducing beds, electric blankets, and even personal mini-fidges. Each tent has a relaxing deck space where you can do yoga, sip your morning coffee, and enjoy the gorgeous views. This eco-retreat also offers packed food baskets and sets up a private romantic campfire for you and your partner. Plus, there are tons of things to do nearby.


Ketchup's Bank Glamping

9.3 User Rating

Address: 726 Green Hills Road Cannon Creek, Boonah, Boonah, Australia, 4310

4. Luxurious chalet glamping near Tambourine Mountain, Queensland (from USD 93)

If you’re not a fan of tent glamping and would prefer something sturdier, then the chalet-style glamping at Southern Sky will appeal to you. Located on a large block of land that’s a little to the south of the Tamborine Mountain township, this spot makes for peaceful and tranquil glamping environs. The living spaces are like raised wooden chalets with private decks and alfresco seating. From within, the accommodation features comfy beds, a dining area, a living area, a kitchenette, and even an en suite bathroom with a standing shower. What’s more, the property has a lovely swimming pool for you to cool off on balmy Queensland days.


Southern Sky Glamping

Address: 21-27 Wilson Road

Swimming pool Parking Terrace Outdoor pool Heating Smoke alarms Pool cover Free parking

5. Modern glamping in Southern Australia (from USD 180)

Luxury comes to Stanley Flat in Southern Australia with Bukirk Glamping, an ultra-luxurious campsite nestled in the Clare Valley hills, set amidst verdant farmland. It’s the thoughtful service, apart from the luxurious setting, that makes Bukirk stand out. Each tent at the camp is named for different breeds of chickens. The tents are located on huge wooden decks and are incredibly spacious. They feature comfy beds, a lovely seating area out on the deck, en suite bathrooms with toiletries, and a fridge. The deck is a wonderful space to enjoy morning coffee or tea or an evening glass of wine while watching the sun go down. Plus, the place has fantastic common spaces too, including an outdoor firepit, barbeque area, and a shared kitchen.


Bukirk Glamping

Address: 88 Stradbrooke Road

Non-smoking throughout Adult only Non-smoking rooms Shared lounge/TV area Pub crawls Designated smoking area Board games/puzzles Meeting/banquet facilities

6. Adults-only glamping in Lake Cooroibah, Queensland (from USD 234)

Explore the verdant Tewantin National Park and the stunning Lake Cooroibah by staying at these luxurious tents near Noosa and Lake Cooroibah. The tents are ideal for couples looking for a romantic getaway and for intrepid travellers looking to explore the region. The luxurious site is set in a private setting amidst a five-acre (two-hectare) bushland right next to Tewantin National Park. Each tent is set on a raised wooden deck and is equipped with a queen bed, a loveseat, area rugs, wooden furniture, and even a well-equipped kitchenette. There are outdoor fire pits so you can sit outside and enjoy the night sky without feeling cold. Plus, the pizza oven and barbeque area is the perfect setting for a lively evening with fellow travellers or friends.

Sunshine Coast Glamping
Cooroibah, Queensland, Australia
21 reviews Superhost
Tent 1 Bed 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
inside is well designed with quality furniture and comfortable atmosphere
Cleanliness:
clean and tidy and amazing glamping area
it was very comfortable clean and we didn’t need a thing
the bathroom/toilet is clean and well kept (shampoo soap towels etc are supplied by the hosts)
the site was clean private and had everything we needed
Host:
great host i have ever come across
janet and ian are wonderful host very thoughtful caring and friendly
Location:
we loved the location it is so quite and peaceful
location is amazing super peaceful & peaceful :)
gorgeous concept lovely location stylish lay out and highly recommend
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7. Adults-only luxurious glamping in Yelverton, Western Australia (from USD 188)

The adults-only Farmstay Glamping by Wilderland is set right by Haag Nature Reserve on the southwestern tip of Western Australia. This glamping spot features wonderful, cream-coloured tents with comfy bedrooms, carpeted flooring, fully equipped kitchenettes, and even en suite private bathrooms. Accented lights, comfy reading chairs and pouffes, and wooden furniture are all part of the accommodation. Plus, there’s even a relaxing terrace/deck area with a barbeque and a garden for lounging around and sipping a cup of coffee in the morning. Heck, you can also gaze at the stars from the privacy of a soothing Dutchtub.


Farmstay Glamping by Wilderland

Address: 288 Yelverton North Road

8. Modern-rustic glamping at Sea Lake, Victoria (from USD 119)

What better way to enjoy being off the grid than to be outdoors? Located near Sea Lake in Victoria, Australia, this glam-camp offers an authentic and realistic country experience with a dash of style. The property features spacious, cream-coloured tents with comfy beds, ambient lighting, and rattan and wicker seats and furniture, lending it a modern-rustic vibe. Bathrooms are separate from the living area but are clean and well-stocked with toiletries. Plus, the property has a wonderful outdoor fireplace and chairs where one can sit and watch the sun go down the horizon.


Farmstay Glamping

Address: 1094 Sea Lake-Springfield Road

9. Beachfront glamping in Victoria, Australia

How’d you like to sit back in your luxurious tent and fall asleep listening to the sounds of the ocean? This gorgeous beachfront glamping accommodation in San Remo Beachfront Caravan Park is right on the shores overlooking the blue waters of the Bass Strait. The comfortable, one-of-a-kind tent at this glamping site makes for the ultimate relaxing getaway. It has a queen bed, a fully equipped kitchenette, en suite bathroom with luxurious towels and toiletries, and even a complimentary bottle of wine. Sit out on the lovely deck and sip some wine or a steaming hot cup of coffee while watching the sunrise or while stargazing at night. Plus, San Remo Children’s Beach is five minutes away, as is the main street of San Remo.

IM Glamping - Phillip Island
San Remo, Victoria, Australia
50 reviews
Tent 0 Beds 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the little table with chairs outside of the tent was also a nice touch
great glamping experience- - tent located opposite caravan park bathroom for easy access-amenities were very clean
our first experience glamping and the tent had everything we needed for a comfortable stay
Cleanliness:
the place is clean and comfy
we loved our stay bathroom facilities were extremely clean
the tent is just a few steps from the toilets/showers (which are incredibly clean) and the beautiful beach
fantastic location and very clean amenities
any issues and india was prompt in responding which was great the toilets/showers were so close and very clean
Host:
they were very helpful
really appreciated the quick responses and helpful tips
the host is superb responsive to your inquiries all the time
we haven't met india in person but she was very helpful
Location:
amazing place great location right next to the beach
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10. Mongolian-style yurt for Gold Coast glamping (from USD 101)

Glamping is the best way to enjoy the beauty of the Gold Coast and the Hinterland region, and this fantastic Mongolian-style yurt is perhaps one of the best glamping opportunities here. The property sits at the end of a cul-de-sac overlooking the Gold Coast skyline, with the added benefit of being away from the bustle. One can enjoy views of the night sky, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, and abundant birdlife. The yurt itself is a great space to escape to nature. A super comfy bed, a natural skylight, windows, a loveseat, and a quaint coffee table make up the yurt, which is spacious to boot. Plus, guests have their own en suite bathrooms and kitchenettes, as well as a communal outdoor barbeque that is great for mingling with other guests.


Awesome Glamping Gold Coast Hinterland

Address: 70 Mirani Street

On-site parking Adult only Free parking Garden Fire extinguishers Private parking BBQ facilities Air conditioning

Glamping in Australia

The great Australian outdoors are best explored while staying out in the open. And if camping isn’t suitable, then glamping with a real bed is the way to go. Not only is it luxurious and almost like living in a hotel with all the proper comforts, but it also gives you an opportunity to stay right in the lap of nature.

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