GLAMPING GETAWAYS IN NSW

Romantic Safari Tent Glamping

GLAMPING GETAWAYS IN NSW

Looking for the best places for glamping in NSW? Glamping is the ultimate way to enjoy a romantic getaway in nature with someone special without all the downsides of camping. With fabulous views, ensuites and luxury bedding, glamping is the perfect escape from real life.

looking out from a glamping tent

Glamping offers the opportunity to disconnect from the world, reconnect with nature and feel life really slow down.

With the stars above and a cosy firepit to sit around with perhaps a glass of wine, glamping is the ultimate getaway. 

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Myall River Glamping tent

Where can I go glamping in NSW?

There are plenty of fabulous glamping opportunities in NSW. Mudgee offers Sierra Escape and Evamor Valley, while Turon Gates is also located in the beautiful western slopes of NSW.

On the stunning NSW South Coast you can find Currajong Retreat,The Cove Glamping, Cicada Luxury Glamping near Kiama, Paperbark Camp at Jervis Bay, and Tanja Lagoon Camp between Tathra and Bermagui. 

Head north to experience Myall Lakes Glamping near Forster and at Byron Bay, try Silk Pavilions.

And if you really want to luxe out, check out the amazing Sangoma Luxury Glamping Tent Suites in the Blue Mountains area.

Our tip? Book well head, particularly for weekends and summer holidays, as these glamping getaways are understandably very popular. An even better idea is to try for a midweek getaway – you may even get the place to yourself!

Browse the great selection below or check more glamping options in NSW here. And as usual, you won’t be charged a service fee through Green Getaways, saving you serious money.

Glamping NSW Turon Gates night view

Turon Gates

Turon Gates Mountain Retreat is located on 2,400 hectares of unspoilt bushland – including a gurgling stretch of the Turon River.

The stunning solar-powered tents are all about indulgence, with king-size beds, a sitting room, log fire and en-suite, and a deck with barbecue and fire pit.

Glamping NSW Turon Gates Green Getaways

Each of the six adults only glamping tents feature neutral teak and canvas interiors, a sumptuous four-poster bed, a deep two-person bath and a fireplace.

Glamping NSW Turon Gates bedroom

Each tent has a large outdoor deck with comfortable day loungers overlooking the clear stream running through the property. The tents are fully insulated and have window coverings that unroll for extra breeze and views – perfect for a glamping escape in NSW.

 

Find out more about Turon Gates Glamping…

Evamor Valley

Evamor Valley in central west NSW, is a magical place to unwind and recharge. The glamping tents are set on an 80-acre farm property alongside Mudgee’s Cudgegong River.

Owners Chad and Charmaine purchased Evamor Valley in 2016, after falling in love with the Tinja Lane property, its history and its close proximity to Mudgee and wonderful wineries. The couple and their two daughters quickly set about restoring the farm to its former glory, in order to share their beloved part of the world with visitors. The vision for Evamor Valley was born soon after – a truly immersive accommodation experience, with luxuriously designed eco-tents, set amongst the beauty of the natural landscape.

Evamor tent

While away the hours enjoying a self-guided walk, relaxing by the fire pit, sipping on sunset drinks on your private deck, picnicking on the jetty, or simply cosying up in your plush king bed and taking in the bushland views.

There are six glamping eco tents, which are spaced well apart from each other. Each safari tent has their own verandah with leather comfy chairs and dining benches, fire pits and barbecues, and there is also a larger communal fire pit is closer to the dam.

Evamor

Evamor’s attention-to-detail and convenient location near the wonderful town of Mudgee makes Evamor Valley a perfect romantic glamping getaway. The commitment to total luxury is well-deserving of its five-star status, a bronze award at the 2022 NSW Tourism Awards, as well as numerous outstanding reviews.

Find out more about Evamor Valley

 

Tanja Lagoon Camp

Tanja Lagoon Camp is a small-scale boutique glamping experience which suits the peaceful setting and allows visitors to enjoy their personal space amongst the abundant wildlife of the beautiful NSW South Coast.  Located between Tathra and Bermagui and surrounded by Mimosa Rocks National Park, the glamping safari camp sits on the fringes of a coastal lagoon and is a short walk to stunning Middle Beach.

Tanja Lagoon Camp Glamping View of NSW South Coast

Tanja Lagoon Camp features four luxury self-contained safari tents, two exquisite eco-cabins and a versatile meeting place for groups.

The safari tents and eco-cabins are designed to have minimal footprint on their environment and allow you to co-exist with the nature that surrounds you.

Tanja-Lagoon-Camp-Safari-Tent

Each eco-cabin and safari tent features a handcrafted queen size bed, spacious en-suite bathroom, full kitchen, gas barbecue, a large private deck overlooking native bushland and lagoon, a lounge area with sofa, writing desk and a heater for the cooler months. Two of the rooms have accessible features including step free ramp access and large entrances, roll in shower with seat options and ample wheelchair rotation space.

The new accessible ‘meeting place’includes a new reception area, guest laundry facilities, commercial kitchen, spacious dining, lounge and workshop area, a large outdoor deck and additional amenities. Available for hire and exclusive camp use.

Find out more about Tanja Lagoon Camp

Sustainability Benefits of Glamping

There are many sustainable and environmental benefits of opting for glamping accommodation. Probably the best is the fact that a glamping tent can be placed lightly on the earth without any large infrastructure. It can also ultimately be removed and much of it recycled, without damaging the area where it was built.

Glamping helps us all to reconnect to our environment as we experience the opportunity to look into the night sky and observe the stars, or watch the local wildlife. Being close to our environment helps us to be more aware of nature and appreciate and protect it more.

Glamping properties often use renewable energy sources for their sites, such as solar power, water generators or wind turbines. The added benefit for the guest is the ability to stay in accommodations that may be off-the-beaten-track without having to sacrifice modern conveniences.

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