Australia’s Best Glamping
We all have that romantic thought of camping being a magical and luxury experience, but most of the time it is far from that, we have found Australia’s Best Glamping! We all love beach camping but we all manage to somehow end up with sand in places you never knew about and mozzies that only manage to bite you!
Now you can have your camping and a luxury experience, heck it can be one hell of a romantic time too and see how Australia’s Best Glamping spots just may change your mind on camping!
Gone of the days of a wet soggy tent, now we have 5 star safari tents that even the most fussiest “Hoteler” would be proud to be staying in. So sit back relax and enjoy some of our favorite glamping camp spots.
Nightfall Wilderness Camp
Green Getaways followed the progress of owners Heidi and Steve Ross as they shared their experiences of building their stunning glamping retreat on their blog. Their passion and creative talents have shone through everything they have done to make Nightfall Wilderness Camp one of Great Getaway’s most popular stays.
Where is it? Near Lamington National Park
What? Safari-style luxury eco tents
How many? Just three safari tents for up to 6 guests.
Who? Great for couples and solo travellers.
How much? Prices range from $455 midweek to $795 weekend. Luxury Tent with all inclusions, including meals and open bar is $795 per couple per night.
Rates are inclusive of GST and are subject to change without notice.
Jabiru has so much to offer Green Getaways guests. Luxury African style tented safari cabins, walking trails, canoes, ecocruises, wildlife safaris and privately guided nature experiences.
Where is it? Atherton Tablelands, North Queensland
What? Eco Resort
Styles of Accommodation? African style eco tents
Who? Great for everyone. Children very welcome.
How much? Please check BOOKING BOX below for latest rates and availability.
South Coast Retreat
South Coast Retreat offers both glamping safari tents and budget waterfront cabins set on the edge of Greenwell Point, Shoalhaven, on the beautiful south coast of NSW.
Where is it? Greenwell Point, NSW South Coast
What? Waterside glamping and self contained cottages
Styles of Accommodation? 4 safari tents, 9 cabins and 4 bedroom waterfront house
Who? Everyone – plus the dog!
How much? From $150 per night.
Just over an hour’s drive south of Broome, Eco Beach is a multi award-winning eco resort set amongst the pristine and untouched Kimberley environment. Accommodation at the eco resort provides guests with an unforgettable and unique wilderness experience whilst having minimal impact on the surrounding landscape.
Where is it? South of Broome, NW coast of Western Australia.
What? Eco Resort
How many? 30 Eco villas and 25 Safari tents
Who? Eco Beach can accommodate couples to conference groups
How much? Please check box below for latest rates and availability.