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Victoria’s Glamping Scene

/ 07 Nov 2019

Philip Island Glamping

Creating memorable bayside glamping experiences on beautiful Phillip Island where guests can wake up right on the beach to the sound of the waves or enjoy a wine while the sun sets and looking back over the mainland. Phillip Island Glamping provides a luxury tent hire service allowing guests to get back to nature in style & comfort from the choice of one its preferred sites on the island which include Cowes Foreshore Tourist Park, San Remo Foreshore Caravan & Holiday Park and Big4 Phillip Island in Newhaven. Guests arrive to a beautiful bell tent pitched & complete with all the inclusions of a hotel room. 0404 258 205

Balgownie Estate

Escape to the vibrant and thriving Bendigo town and indulge in the ultimate winery getaway. Nestled among the vineyards Balgownie Estate Bendigo offers contemporary homestead accommodation with seven bedrooms - each with an ensuite, two cottages and 15 luxurious glamping tents that dot the winery grounds and offer stunning views of the vineyards and Victorian countryside.46 Hermitage Road, Bendigo, 03 5449 6222

Pebble Point, Great Ocean Road

Located a mere 1.5 hours from Melbourne, Pebble Point offers a unique luxury glamping experience as it’s one of the few places in the world situated within metres of three national parks. From this incredible location, guests can enjoy the three parks highlight of the Great Ocean Road’s coastal scenery and the famous rock formations of the Twelve Apostles. Six spacious safari tents are conveniently situated at the end of the Great Ocean Walk in the small coastal village of Princetown, approximately two and a half hours from Melbourne. O3 5243 3579

Cosy Tents, Daylesford

Located just outside the heart of Daylesford lies Cosy Tents, a luxury glamping experience combining all the fineries of a hotel with the great outdoors. Each tent is furnished with the essentials and all the creature comforts such as 1200tc luxury bed linen, a Bluetooth speaker system, onsite cooking facilities and access to hot showers. Pop a bottle of red as the sun sets and listen to the intricate audio of the surrounding nature while relaxing in front of an open campfire as it crackles through the night. 0411 322 937

French Island Glamping, French Island

No better way to escape the perils of the modern digital age than a weekend retreat at French Island Glamping. Spanning across 100 acres of native woodlands and coastal wetlands, French Island treats visitors to breathtaking scenery. Each European canvas bell tent is complete with a queen-sized bed, throw rugs for those cool nights by the fire, a Bluetooth speaker and luxury toiletries. 0498 843 850

Happy Glamper, Mornington Peninsula

If you’re looking for fun, new perspective way to experience the Mornington Peninsula, consider the pop-up glamping experiences delivered by Happy Glamper. Choose your own location on the peninsula (whether it is by the beach or your own private land) and Happy Glamper will set up your glamping experience before you arrive. The team will pitch a canvas tent or Lotus Belle tent of your choice, prepare a fresh bed and furnish your oasis with magazines, colourful mats, board games, chairs and more. 0487 446 462

Wilderness Retreats, Gippsland

Stepping outside of Bell Tents and into something a little bigger, choose your escape from several locations throughout Gippsland including Wilsons Promontory, Cape Conran, and Buchan Caves. With a low impact on the environment, the accommodation blends into the surrounds with external colours specifically selected to complement the landscape. Inside every retreat, handcrafted timber floors, decks, chairs and tables made by local craftsmen from sustained hardwood alongside a fridge and ample the bedding. With limited retreats available at each site, they’re the perfect choice for guests wanting an exclusive escape for exploring Gippsland’s national parks. 13 1963

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