2 Best Yurts Near Perth, Australia - Updated 2023


The city of Perth is located on the west coast of Australia and is the capital of Western Australia state. Over the years, it has been an administrative centre for Swan River Colony and has seen a boom in population thanks to the gold rush. These days, Perth is considered a popular tourist destination. You can learn about the area’s rich history and culture at WA Museum Boola Bardip or take a stroll through the beautiful Hyde Park. And if you’re looking for unique accommodation during your visit, you’ve come to the right place. Having the best yurts near Perth, Australia as a vacation home is a lovely idea. No yurts are available at the time of writing, but we have listed some glamping options that are very close to a yurt experience. Read on and check out the choices below.

1. Lovely bell tent with bathtub (from USD 160)

This bell tent provides you with the outdoorsy vibe of a camping trip and the luxury of staying in a hotel — the best of both worlds! Your tent includes a queen-sized bed along with two single beds. You’ll even have a large TV and WiFi access, plus the tent has air conditioning and heating facilities.

During your stay, you’ll have access to a unique bathroom made of a rainwater tank that’s been repurposed. There is a private toilet and shower area as well as an outdoor bathtub, which is perfect for a relaxing soak. You’ll also find a kitchen area and a barbecue grill for cooking your own meals. If you’re travelling with kids, the playground will keep them occupied.

Luxury 6 metre Bell Tent & Outdoor Bathroom
Furnissdale, Western Australia, Australia
122 reviews Superhost  Wifi Available
Tent 1 Bed 4 Guests 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the space was comfortable provided with superb amenities
best night's sleep in the king bed can't wait to stay again thanks jared
it was awesome everything we needed was catered for lovely & clean
jared was a great host friendly & extremely hospitable
jared is an amazing host we stayed for one night and it was an amazing experience
if you’re looking to getaway for a weekend not far from the city then experience this amazing place
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2. Eversprings Glamping (from USD 178)

Eversprings Glamping is nestled on Mount Helena and gives you the opportunity to stay in a tent on an alpaca farm. The farm is in a beautiful valley and is a secluded space, so you can unwind and enjoy some peace and quiet. You are welcome to explore it during your stay, and you’ll discover a seating area where you can relax and take in the scenery.

Your bell tent contains a cosy bed and places to sit. Cute lights provide a warm glow in the evenings. You’ll have access to a shared outdoor kitchen space, so you can make your own simple meals. There’s also a shower with warm water. Free parking is available on site.

Eversprings Glamping, a Perth Hills Eco Retreat.
Mount Helena, Western Australia, Australia
13 reviews  Wifi Available
Tent 1 Bed 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2

Top guest reviews
the tent was very clean and spacious and decorated beautifully and the bed was very comfortable
friendly hosts great tent
the hosts john and gwyn were very kind and welcoming
john and gwyn are fantastic hosts always quick to respond and very welcoming and accommodating
beautiful & peaceful location in nature
beautiful location and great hosts
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Great glamping stays around Perth

Perth has some great accommodations for unique stays. From relaxing getaways on a farm to luxurious tents, there’s an option out there for you that feels similar to the experience of renting a yurt. So go ahead and book one of these best yurts (or yurt-like alternatives) near Perth now.

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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