Glamping, the fusion of glamour and camping, is an upgraded kind of travel for outdoor enthusiasts who want to enjoy rest and recreation without sacrificing their comfort or luxury.
Five of the best options we have uncovered here in Australia (in no particular order) are:
Longitude 131° – located at the heart of Australia in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Facing the renowned red-rock formation which is Uluru, Longitude 131° features fifteen luxury tents elevated atop the dunes.
Paperbark Camp is set in a peaceful bush setting in beautiful Jervis Bay just 2 ½ hours drive south of Sydney, combining unique luxury tented accommodation with fabulous food and generous hospitality.
Cosy Tents – situated on a private 5.5 hectares in Daylesford, Cosy Tents offers a unique and relaxing retreat in your own European canvas tent.
Silk Pavilions – located almost halfway between the Gold Coast and Byron Bay amongst 100 acres of rainforest, bush land and lakes the Silk Pavilions allows you to relax and unwind in the seclusion of your own luxury tent.
Spicers Canopy – enjoy nature by day and luxury by night at Spicers Canopy, surrounded by 5000 acres of quiet bush in Queensland’s Scenic Rim, only a two-hour drive from Brisbane.