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6 Amazing Secluded Glamping Spots In Australia

Australia is home to some of the most beautiful, secluded camping and glamping spots in the world. Here are six of our favourite remote glamping spots in every corner of the country, each one filled with unique views and wild adventures.

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Cosy Tents, VIC

Cosy Tents offers bell tents of between four and six metres in length and provides luxury comforts such as goose-down quilts and a woodfired stove in the winter. Cosy Tents is located in an isolated forest, but it’s just 15 minutes from nearby towns, making it a perfect ‘starter’ location for beginners to remote glamping.

More information: cosytents.com.au

Cosy Tents, 6A Kanga Rd, Yandoit VIC 3461

Ikara Safari Camp, Wilpena Pound, SA

At Ikara Safari Camp, guests can stay in air-conditioned getaways located amidst the natural bushland of Wilpena Pound. This glampsite is perfect for adventurers looking for a taste of the wilderness but keen to get a good night’s sleep after a busy day.

Ikara Safari Camp is located within Wilpena Pound Resort.

Wilpena Rd, Via Hawker SA 5434

Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay NSW

Paperbark Camp in New South Wales is set not far from the beautiful Jervis Bay and only two hours drive from Sydney. Tents in this glamping site come with polished hardwood floors and solar lighting. The inviting bush retreat is a peaceful home base for adventures around Jervis Bay’s beautiful coastline.

More information: paperbarkcamp.com.au

Paperbark Camp, 571 Woollamia Rd, Woollamia NSW 2540

Longitude 131, NT

Set just outside the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Longitude 131 consists of 15 tents and a communal lodge which is host to a bar, a library, a restaurant, and other communal services. While it’s more of a resort than the other glampsites on our list, this spot must be included for the awe-inspiring close-up views of Uluru it offers.

More information: longitude131.com.au

Longitude 131, Yulara Dr, Yulara NT 0872

Karijini Eco Retreat, Karijini National Park, WA

One for back-to-basics adventurers, Karinji Eco Retreat is an eco-glamping site in the bush around Joffre Gorge. This unique glamping spot offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to get up close with some of Australia’s wildest landscapes in Western Australia’s second largest national park.

More information: karijiniecoretreat.com.au

Karijini Eco Retreat, National Park, Off Weano Rd, Karijini WA 6751

Nightfall, Lamington National Park, QLD

These secluded tents are located just beside the rainforests of Lamington National Park. Guests stay in open-air safari tents which offer gorgeous views over the park as well as a chance to take in the smells and sounds of the rainforest at night.

More information: nightfall.com.au

Nightfall camp, 3009 Christmas Creek Rd, Lamington QLD 4285

Essentials to bring on your glamping trip

You don’t need to bring quite as much stuff with you when you go glamping compared to camping trips, but glamping sites aren’t usually stocked with all the modern comforts of a hotel room, either. Here are five essentials you shouldn’t forget to make your glamping trip comfortable, no matter how remote you get.
  • Sun protection.

    Especially if you’re glamping in the summer, it’s important to bring sunscreen and a suitable sunhat to protect your face and neck during the day.

  • Insect repellent.

    Depending on the glamping site you choose to stay at, you may or may not be protected from insects when you’re sleeping. Bring insect repellent to keep the mosquitos out, particularly if you choose an open-air tent.

  • Cooking accessories.

    There’s no point staying in a luxury glamping spot if you don’t have good food while you’re there. Bring an Esky or BBQ equipment so that you can cook up a storm after a hard day’s exploring.

  • Water bottles.

    Even during the winter, it’s important to stay hydrated during active days out in the wilderness. A good water bottle or thermos will keep your day’s drinks cool and store plenty of water to keep you hydrated while out and about.

  • A ZOLEO device.

    This small, portable device allows for two-way text, email, and messaging via satellite even when you can’t get mobile coverage. Added features such an SOS button and precise weather forecasts make it a modern safety essential for remote camping and glamping trips anywhere in the world.

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