Best Glamping for Groups 

Our Top Ten Picks

Looking for a great group getaway?

Glamping may be the perfect answer – all the benefits of group camping, without the hassle of everyone having to drag everything along with you. All you need to do is throw in the minimum: swimming gear, towel, walking shoes if you intend heading out, and a warm blanket for the evenings, as everything is set up for you ready to go.

Glamping in Australia is very popular, so if you are hoping for a specific weekend, you may need to book your group glamping experience well in advance. 

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Glamping at the Cove

Glamping Jervis Bay, NSW. It would be hard to find a more perfect spot for glamping than gorgeous Jervis Bay in NSW. The Cove Jervis Bay is a great coastal glamping venue for groups with direct access to Bherwerre Beach. The safari tents ooze boho-chic – think cream canvas bell tents, Pony Ride cushions, daybeds, and lot sof little lux touches. There is even an open air outdoor bath, which is surrounded by the Booderee national park and offers complete privacy.

The glamping tents have a communal bathroom and there is an outdoor chill out space with a communal table and chairs, BBQ and camp kitchen – perfect for getting together.

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Margaret River Retreat

Glamping Margaret River, Western Australia. The deluxe canvas cabins at Margaret River Retreat are perfect for groups wanting to go glamping in style. Each canvas cabin is sustainably styled with luxury linens, woollen blankets, towels, outdoor furniture, a cool-box, rechargeable guide lights and locally produced organic bathroom amenities.

All guests have access to several bathroom facilities, a glampers kitchen, lounge area, bbq and dining area, communal fire pit and Treetop Yoga space.

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Pebble Point

Glamping Great Ocean Road, Victoria. Pebble Point is an exclusive bush camp nestled behind the cliff tops and rock formations of the world famous Twelve Apostles. Six spacious safari tents are conveniently situated at the end of the Great Ocean Walk in Princetown.

You will be provided with luxurious king size beds with a natural latex mattress, spacious en-suites bathrooms and a shared communal kitchen area with stove, microwave, fridge/freezer, crockery and cutlery.

Pebble Point is situated in southern Australia, so best enjoyed in the warmer months.

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Habitat Noosa

Habitat Noosa

Glamping near Noosa, Queensland. This eco-friendly glamping property offers a unique experience in the heart of nature and boasts direct access to the great outdoors. Guests can enjoy comfort and modern amenities as well as the sights and sounds of the surrounding national park.

There are two styles of glamping tents suitable for families or groups : Paperbark Tents and Wilderness Tents.
The Paperbark Glamping tents are surrounded by trees, with short walking distance to Lake Cootharaba, offering premium comfort yet within easy access to all the sites facilities. The tents have a private deck and family configurations are available. Size 30m2
The Wilderness Tents feature shared accommodation with shared ablution facilities.
When booked for twin share, maximum 2 person per tent and privacy assured
Size: 24m2

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Crystal Creek

The Escape

Glamping South Coast, NSW. Wake up to views of the Clyde River in these stunning tent-inspired guesthouses complete with queen-size bed, kitchenette and bio-fuel heater. Kayaking, bushwalking, river swimming, watching the abundant wildlife or simply stretching out on your day bed with a good book and a glass of wine is just the start of what is on offer. The custom designed luxury tent accommodation has spectacular views over the river and the food experience is a highlight – definitely at the luxury end of your glamping experience.

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South Coast Retreat

Glamping South Coast NSW. These glamping safari tents are just a minute’s walk from a beach and boat dock on the Crookhaven River and 15 km from Culberra Beach, a well-known surfing spot.

The four luxury glamping tents are complete with modern amenities and furnishings to provide your group with a comfortable and relaxing stay. You can even bring a dog along with you to enjoy your group getaway!

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Truffle Lodge Deck

Truffle Lodge

Glamping in Tasmania. With hand-carved wooden baths, rain-showers, king-sized beds, coffee machines and heating, the tents at Truffle Lodge are better equipped than your average hotel room. Plus, each tent has river frontage and a private deck from which to watch the water rush by.

In addition to the luxurious safari-style tents, there’s The Lodge, connected to the tents via boardwalks, where guests can dine, relax in the bar or sit on the cosy lounges by the fireplace with a book. The Lodge has been designed to be a place of community, with the intimate society of small numbers and enough space to be alone if you so choose.

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Donnybrook Eco retreat

Donnybrook Eco Retreat

Glamping in the Hunter Valley, NSW. Donnybrook Eco Retreat offers two elegant glamping tents with suspended Modwood timber floors, a comfy queen sized bed, your own ensuite and private deck to form the basis of your glamping experience.

The tents are linked by raised bridges and decks and are separated by a quirky twelve sided, cedar clad building (yurt) becoming your kitchen and eating area. The yurt can be shared with guests from the other tent, so if you’d like to hang out with your friends, you can eat inside the yurt, on the deck overlooking the new dam, or down around the campfire. Perfect!

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Ketchups Bank Glamping bed

Ketchup's Bank Glamping

Glamping South East Queensland. Glamping at Ketchup’s Bank enables you to experience the beauty of this extraordinary part of Queensland up close. Enjoy the sounds of the bush at night and marvel at the million stars above as you lay back in your reclining camp chairs.

Ketchup’s Bank Glamping is an award winning authentic Australian bush camping experience with all of your camping and cooking equipment provided.

The luxury eco-tents are permanent tents on decks with private ensuites perfect for couples. The friendly wallabies will almost let you touch them and the views are spectacular.

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Zoofari

Glamping Western NSW. Maybe you were planning a safari to Africa and due to Covid, it just wont be happening? Think positive and book ytour group in to Zoofari in Dubbo! You will feel like you’re on safari when you wake up in luxurious Animal View Lodges, nestled on the edge of a vast savannah where giraffe and antelope roam. Zoofari Lodge and the Zoo are set amongst native bushland, allowing you to immerse yourself in the great outdoors and see a number of free ranging native species.

The Zoofari Lodge experience provides the opportunity to see exotic and endangered African wildlife, and even get up close to a number of animals on exclusive behind-the-scenes tours.

COCKATOO ISLAND

 

Cockatoo Island Glamping Sydney