Aug. 26, 2020
Glamping is a fashionable way of leisure travel and an excellent way to explore Australia’s natural beauty.
Change the sleeping bag to a bed with fluffy pillows and linen sheets. The only constant is that you live in a glamping tent...glamping means you can enjoy the magnificent beauty of Australia without sacrificing comfort. This is a five-star way to enjoy the outdoor beauty.
Roar and Snore, located in Taronga Zoo, Sydney
Knowing where the animals live is the key to a good safari experience-this is especially easy in a zoo! In this unusual accommodation at Taronga Zoo Sydney, visitors can admire the beautiful cityscape of Sydney Harbour, see various animals, enjoy a night safari, sleep in luxury tents, and After waking up early in the morning, a sightseeing trip behind the scenes of the zoo. The "Roar and Snore" project is open every weekend and Australian school holidays.
Bubble Tent, Mudgee, Capertee Valley
Bubble Tent Australia is a characteristic accommodation located 200 kilometers west of Sydney’s city center. Staying here, you can enjoy the magnificent view of Capertee Valley. Why not leave the city and take a break, overlooking the stunning rolling mountains, or looking up at the starry night sky. You can also go to nearby Mudgee to explore this quaint country town exuding unlimited charm. Remember to buy some fresh ingredients, visit the fantastic winery, and create the perfect picnic basket for a wonderful night under the stars.
Nightfall Camp in Remington National Park
Nightfall Camp is a solar camp located in the Scenic Rim of Queensland, surrounded by several famous national parks. There are only a few hand-made canvas safari tents in the camp with wooden floors, private bathrooms, and rotating fireplaces. At any time, you can only stay at most 8 guests at a time, so you can truly escape the daily hustle and bustle. You can relax with a massage beside the swift river, enjoy completely organic campsite cuisine, and taste-free sparkling wine and espresso.
Nightfall Camp, located in the Scenic Circle Area
Spicers Canopy Eco Lodge has ten luxurious safari tents arranged in the wilderness. The glamping tents here are exclusively for group bookings and are also one of the stops on the Scenic Rim Trail. Under the sky full of stars, you can use the fire pit and outdoor wood fire pizza oven to cook hearty meals. The tent also provides a hot water bottle and turn down service. Outside, a guided hiking tour of the spectacular scenic circle awaits you.
Sal Salis Camp, located on the Ningaloo Reef
Stay in a luxurious tent located in the sand dunes at Sal Salis Wilderness Camp, where you can experience swimming with whale sharks and even migrating humpback whales. Here, the remote inland meets the turquoise Ningaloo Reef waters where various wild animals live. If you have time, you can drive north from Perth along the Coral Coast (approximately 13 hours) to Exmouth, or take a short flight directly to Exmouth. You can choose an ecological luxury wilderness tent, including an ensuite bathroom and hand-made wooden beds; you can also choose a romantic honeymoon tent, including a four-pillar bed.
Mile End Luxury Campground, located in Margaret River
In the top wine region of Western Australia (about a three-hour drive south from Perth), you can find the luxurious and unique elevated domes of Mile End Glamping. The dome houses have luxurious bathrooms, king-size four-poster beds and fully equipped kitchens. There is also a spa bath and barbecue area on the wooden leisure platform, allowing you to enjoy the surrounding beauty of this charming area. These domes are decorated in a Hampton style and are equipped with air conditioning and heating. You can either go out to explore the famous wine and agricultural products of Margaret River, or stay near the campsite and enjoy the food basket and meal delivery service.
Kooljaman, located in the Kimberley area, Cape Leveque
Kooljaman is located at Cape Leveque in Kimberley, 220 kilometers north from the inland coastal town of Broome (you can fly here from Perth) Arrived, it is jointly owned by the local aboriginal community. Here, tourists can go swimming on beaches with no footprints, learn how to spear fishing or traditional jungle food, or explore one of the most remote places in the world. Whether swimming or snorkeling in the turquoise waters, fishing on the shore, observing migrating whales, or taking a leisurely stroll on the vast beach, it is a great way to spend a wonderful day.
There are so many glamping sites introduced, is there any one you want to go to?