It’s glamping not camping:
There are several glamping options around this gorgeous country of ours and they are all as beautiful as the next. Here are some of the most uniquely magnificent glamping spots we could find.
Paperbark Camp, Woollamia New South Wales: Ok, so this is the more expensive side of glamping. Paperbark is situated in the beautiful south coast of New South Wales in the Jervis Bay area. It’s about a 2.5-hour drive from Sydney and is home to some of the most amazing beaches Australia has to offer. They have 12 above ground safari-style tents located amongst eucalypts and paperbarks and also have The Gunyah Restaurant situated amongst the treetops for a truly unique dining experience. This is Glamping at its finest! All tents come with a wrap around deck with outdoor furniture solar powered lighting and more, choose from safari tents with open air ensuites so you can really take in your surrounds even as you shower or the Deluxe or King Deluxe tents with a free standing bath. You can book your stay through Wotif and earn up to 5.6% cashback.
Karinji Eco Retreat, Karinji, Western Australia: Situated in the bushland of Joffre Gorge at the heart of the Karinji National Park, this beautiful eco Retreat offers glamping accommodation in the park itself. There’s a range of accommodation to choose from ranging from campsites to upmarket eco tents that come with their own ensuites. Book your flights and stay with Expedia and earn up to 5.5% cashback.
Wingtons Glamping, Clarence Point, Tasmania: Yes, the name of the place has ‘glamping’ in it, so you know there’s not going to be any ‘roughing it’ with these guys. The site is situated on the banks of the beautiful Tamar River so you will also have water views. Their safari tents come with queen beds with Egyptian cotton linen and include vintage steamer trunks and Persian style carpets- luxury at it’s finest! From here you can travel out to sample the produce and wine of the region or hike through the wilderness or relax on the shores of the white sandy beaches. Virgin Australia has daily flights to Launceston and then you can hire a car from Hertz to get to the campsite as it’s about a one-hour drive from the city. Earn cashback with both Virgin Australia and Hertz when you book your flight and car rental through Cashrewards.