Glamping in NSW
Looking for a break from camping rough? Want an outdoor adventure with luxury? A romantic getaway under the stars in a tent with a queen-size bed? Glamping is the charmingly elegant solution. You can even enjoy luxurious camping in a wine region or surrounded by a national park.
Forget about pitching a tent, glamping offers campers luxury with little effort. There are a number of glamping options to choose from in NSW, so switch off and unwind amid the natural beauty with all the enticing comforts of a hotel. Below is your guide to glamping in wildly beautiful NSW.
Most safari tents and tipis contain more than meets the eye, with queen-size beds, stylish en suites and other enticing delights to make your stay all that more comfortable. Some experiences include fine cuisine, such as the Paperbark Camp near the crystal blue Jervis Bay on the South Coast.
Or make your own gourmet meals in well-equipped kitchens. For example, Tanja Lagoon Camp is at the Mimosa Rocks National Park, a coastal wilderness between Tathra and Bermagui. The glamping site provides a light breakfast of local produce, your own kitchen and campfire oven upon request.
Two tranquil spots in the wine regions are Sierra Escape, amid the rolling hills around Mudgee where kangaroos roam freely, and Nashdale Lane Glamping in a vineyard in Orange. You’ll relax in no time in the pretty countryside, and you’ll be deliciously delighted with the wine tasting at cellar doors.
What about glamping with the kids? There are glamping sites in family holiday parks, such as Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park in Gerroa and the Big4 Nelligen Holiday Park by the Clyde River, near Batemans Bay. You’ll also find sites on the Central Coast, North Coast and in Country NSW.
Byron Bay on the far North Coast is home to a number of beachside locations, including Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park. Choose from various options, including safari tents, en suite caravans or luxury cabins. Further north, in seaside Kingscliff, you can book a deluxe tent for a beach holiday.