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Best Luxury Glamping Experiences in Australia

 Looking for a slice of unsostentatious luxury? Discover the best luxury glamping experiences in Australia. Offering everything you need and nothing you don’t, step into nature barefoot luxury style with these indulgent eco escapes across Australia.

 

BEST LUXURY GLAMPING EXPERIENCES IN AUSTRALIA

 

PAPERBARK CAMP

Jervis Bay, New South Wales

First on the list of best luxury glamping experieces in Australia, combining unique luxury tented accommodation with wonderful food & warm hospitality, Paperbark Camp is a peaceful bush retreat in beautiful Jervis Bay. 12 canvas safari style tents have been placed thoughtfully amongst the soaring eucalypts and intriguing paperbarks, built above the ground to give privacy and to capture the sea breeze. Tents include an open-air private en-suite, perfect for bird watching and kangaroo spotting while you enjoy a steaming hot shower Paperbark Camp follows a sustainable philosophy and has Advanced Eco Accreditation. As such, you will not find air-conditioning or heating, TV, bar fridge or power points for your technology (though power and wifi can be accessed in the Gunyah). So switch off and get back to nature!

 

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LONGITUDE 131

Uluru, Northern Territory

Longitude 131° is a transcendent experience of discovery, located in the spirited heart of Australia. Facing majestic Uluru, Longitude 131° commands spectacular views of the outback icon and World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Delve into the foundation of Anangu culture and explore this irresistible land and the stories of the traditional custodians. Luxurious and unfettered, Longitude 131° will make your senses come alive. An intimate fifteen luxury tents, elevated atop rust-red dunes, complement the pristine natural environment and provide a private place to rest, relax and refresh. Dinner is a superb dining experience, be it under the canopy of the Dune House or a billion stars at Table 131°. Visited by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their Royal Australian Tour, this infamous luxury campsite that sits aside our red monolith, Uluru, is one of Australia’s most profound luxury cultural experiences. 

 

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SALSALIS

Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia

An extraordinary part of Western Australia, on our idyllic Coral Coast, Ningaloo Reef beautifully brings together azure blue waters, white sands and the colours of the outback in one of the country’s most remote coastal holiday destinations. Visit for endless space, breathtaking marine encounters and sensational adventure travel experiences. For luxury eco experiences stay at the oceanfront, Salsalis. An idyllic destination for single travellers, groups, families and adventurous romantic getaways. Certainly one of the best luxury glamping experiences in Australia.

 

 

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SPICERS SANGOMA RETREAT

Blue Mountains, New South Wales

Cocooned by the natural serenity of the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, a mere hour from Sydney, you’ll find Spicers Sangoma Retreat. A beautifully appointed modern spa retreat with exceptional blue mountains views offering all inclusive accommodation in various luxury suites including a tent suite. As an eco-certified retreat, Spicers Sangoma Retreat features sauna facilities, infinity lap pool, open plan lounge and 5 suites that capture the beauty of the natural surrounds, making it an ideal setting for luxurious escapes, romantic getaways, intimate celebrations and anniversaries.

 

 

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WRAPPING UP THE LUXURY LIST

Paperbark Camp, Central Coast, New South Wales

Longitude 131, Uluru, Norther Territory

Salsalis, Ningaloo Reef, Coral Coast, Western Australia

Spicers Sangoma Retreat, Blue Mountains, New South Wales

ARTICLE WRITTEN BY
Oceania Luxury Travel Co.
Digital travel publication FiveStarAustralia.com | Luxury tourism network specialising in bespoke and experiential travel across Oceania.