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Melbourne’s Best Glamping Spots 2021

Here are our pics for Melbourne’s best glamping spots.

The Grove Gippsland

These cosy Bell Tents are nestled amongst the olive trees in a private patch of heaven in South Gippsland. From the comfort of your tent enjoy the serenity of towering eucalyptus trees and nature on your doorstep. Watch the sunset, glass of wine in hand, over the rolling green hills of the Bass hinterland.

The Grove Gippsland is an idyllic 60 acre Olive Grove, regenerated eucalyptus forest, and restaurant located high in the hills of the Bass hinterland, 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD, with stunning views across rich farmland of South Gippsland to Western Port Bay.

The property combines spectacular food, produce, scenery and views – the perfect backdrop for relaxing walks and stunning photographs. Whilst staying overnight in the Bell Tents guests can explore the property and view the dams, sculpture park, vegetable garden and wander among the animals that roam the estate.

Make the most of your glamping adventure by adding on a restaurant experience and breakfast hamper. Perched at the top of the property, the restaurant offers seasonal menus showcasing the local produce, often straight from the garden.

Weekend Escape Glamping Packages are available. Stay two nights, indulge in a four-course tasting menu one night of your stay and a breakfast hamper full of house-made treats for $315 per person.

27 Uren Road, Kernot, Victoria, 3979

Cozy Tents Daylesford

Situated on a private luxury campsite, Cosy Tents is a glamping getaway located 1.5 hours from Melbourne and 15 minutes from Daylesford.

Home to 12 beautifully decorated bell tents, each tent can accommodate up to two people and is perfect for couples or friends wanting to escape the big city living and venture outdoors again.

Cosy Tents is positioned among the natural country landscape, with each of the spacious and comfortable bell tents decorated with rich natural tones complementing the surrounding environment.

Leave the hassle of traditional camping behind and be spoilt with the convenience and luxury of glamping.

Enjoy a relaxing retreat in your own fully furnished bell tent, sit out by the open camp fire, sleep under the stars, enjoy the fresh air and go glamping with Cosy Tents, Daylesford.

6 Kanga Road, Yandoit, Victoria, 3461

The Sheltered Glamping Co.

Situated on a 10-acre property just minutes away from one of the most pristine beaches on Phillip Island, The Sheltered Glamping Co. provides a unique experience for you to escape the daily grind, with the perfect mix of sustainability and luxury.

Perfect for couples, solo adventurers or families, they have a range of bell tents, a safari tent and our mini safari tent onsite all with private shower and toilet facilities. Their tents are fully furnished with bespoke furniture made here on the island and come with warm lighting, heating/fans and tea and coffee making facilities.

The Sheltered Glamping Co. is located ‘stumbling distance’ from the Phillip Island Winery, known for its incredible locally sourced food and delicious Australian wines. Just a seven-minute drive away is the world-famous Penguin Parade where you can experience the magic of little penguins returning home at sunset to one of the largest penguin colonies in Australia. The main town, Cowes is a 10-minute drive from the property.

Relax, unwind and indulge yourself with the ease and comfort of Glamping and experience the natural beauty that Phillip Island has to offer.

493 Berrys Beach Road, Ventnor, Victoria, 3922

Gypsy Wagon Glamping

For the wildest of hearts, the adventurer, the artist or the lovers hideaway, these cosy Gypsy Wagons will enchant your getaway down on the Mornington Peninsula coast.

Gypsy Wagon Glamping’s unique wagons come to you, so whether its a local campground next to the beach or in your back yard, their wagons will add that extra special something to your retreat and make it one to remember.

They are decked out with a comfy queen-size bed, a kitchenette with continental breakfast, linen and towels, a sitting area, a picnic rug and extra blankets so you can cosy up together under stars. It is truly a one of a kind experience.

106 Bass Meadows Boulevard, St Andrews Beach, Victoria, 3941

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