The Best Glamping Experiences in Victoria
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A few years ago it was determined that staying in a good old-fashioned tent wasn’t the way to go—we needed to take it up a notch. And with that, glamping was born. Not only can you buy yourself a top-notch bell tent from operators such as Homecamp and set it up where you like, but there are a vast array of great destinations that have glamping tents set up and ready for you to book.
If you’re keen to go glamping in Victoria, you’re in luck. Victoria is home to many different glamping experiences. Inside these well-situated and stocked tents, you’ll find heaters, classy bedding, rugs, places to stash your things, and in some cases even food and wine ready for you to tuck into.
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These are the best glamping experiences around Victoria.
Head down the south coast to summer hotspot Inverloch and you’ll find The Inverloch Glamping Co, a collection of bell tents, cabins, and a geodesic dome tent surrounded by farmland. The small glamping village also has private bathrooms, a central cooking hub that is accessible to all guests, and a wood fire.
Wandering Wagons is a truly unique glamping experience where you can hire a bohemian ‘gypsy’ wagon on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. Parked on the stunning Khumbila Farm in Boneo with views of the bay, Wandering Wagons features private facilities with a powered site and kitchen. It’s just a short drive from the glamping spot to attractions such as Peninsula, and Alba Hot Springs, horse riding, and expert surf breaks.
Balgownie Estate is situated in both the Yarra Valley, and the Bendigo region, but today with Balgownie Estate’s glamping options, we’re concentrating on the Bendigo estate. Balgownie has glamping experiences that start at $159 per night where you can stay in a classic bell tent, a bell tent twin that fits 2 to 3 people, or a safari tent that can house 2 to 4 people. The estate is only a 15-minute drive to Bendigo, and you’ll also find the amazing Pratty’s Patch in Maiden Gully.
Euroa Glamping, situated outside of the Kelly country town in Balmattum, has six different glamping accommodation options waiting for you. Euro Glamping has geodesic glamping domes named Gumleaf, Bullroarer, Yidaki, Kolu, Yoonggnoo, and Yanda. Staying at night starts at $200, and you can add various packages to your booking that cover off breakfast, special occasions, and kids staying with you.
Wanderlust Glamping provides glamping experiences around Victoria, but we’re focussing on the set up at Seppelt in Great Western here. On-site you’ll find a 5-metre couples tent, the 6-metre ‘Wanderlust’ tent which features a king-sized bed, or the 6-metre group tent which has four single beds inside. Tents have a bar fridge, heaters, a fire pit, and much more available.
Situated near Diggers Rest, Luxury Domes Glamping does exactly what it says on the tin, providing glamping, in luxury domes. The site features 7 classic domes and 2 honeymoon domes—all just 30 minutes from Melbourne. Domes feature large beds (king-sized in the honeymoon domes), heating and cooling, mini bar, linen, and more.