My Pick on Top Glamping Spots in NSW

Ready to explore the wide, wonderful world of glamping right here in New South Wales? If you’re keen on getting back to nature without skimping on comfort, you’re in the right spot. There’s something quite magical about waking up in a cosy bed to the sounds of the bush, yet knowing you’ve got all the mod cons right at your fingertips.

Now, when we say New South Wales is diverse, we’re not just spinning a yarn. We’re talking about glittering coastlines with stunning beaches, like Byron Bay and Jervis Bay. We’re talking about the breath-taking Blue Mountains with their eucalyptus forests and rugged cliffs. And let’s not forget our charming country towns, where the local pub is the heart and soul of the community.

So, if you’re ready for an adventure that blends luxury and the great outdoors, stick around as we journey through the best glamping spots in our beautiful New South Wales. Let’s get started, shall we?

From Wool Sheds to Beach Huts: New South Wales' Top Glamping Accommodations

1. Paperbark Camp

Paperbark Camp

Inspired by moments under the vast African skies in the eighties, Paperbark Camp was brought to life in 1999 by the dedicated Jeremy & Irena Hutchings. With their family’s support and a team of passionate individuals, this retreat flourishes as a family-centric oasis, setting a benchmark for sustainable luxury camping in Australia.

Situated just a short 2 ½ hour journey from Sydney, close to the sparkling waters and pristine sands of Jervis Bay, the camp weaves together gourmet culinary experiences, inviting canvas shelters, and the serene backdrop of the wilderness. It serves as a tranquil starting point for those eager to delve into nature’s beauty.

Address: 571 Woollamia Rd, Woollamia NSW 2540
Phone: (02) 4441 6066

2. The Hideaway Cabarita Beach

Discover the Hideaway, a serene glamping retreat by the sea, gracefully situated in Cabarita, on the Tweed Coast of Northern NSW. The Tweed region paints a picture of expansive sandy shores and the verdant embrace of the Tweed Valley.

Positioned gracefully between the allure of the Gold Coast and the artistic spirit of Byron Bay, the Tweed is a mere 15-minute journey from the Gold Coast International Airport and a tranquil 30-minute drive from the heart of Byron Shire.

Cabarita Beach, with its legendary surf spots, pristine stretches of sand, and the commanding Norries headland, offers breathtaking 360° vistas of the valley and the distant silhouette of Wollumbin Mount Warning.

Address: 2-6 Tweed Coast Road Corner of Tweed Coast Rd and, Cypress Cres, Cabarita Beach NSW 2488
Phone: 1300 611 392

3. Camp Jordan

Camp Jordan

Discover Camp Jordan, a tranquil boutique retreat cradled by the gentle banks of the Hastings River in Port Macquarie, NSW. Just a brief drive away, the expansive coastline beckons, along with vibrant eateries, local breweries, and charming vineyards. For those seeking adventure, the property offers the delight of BBQ and Polycraft Boat Hire, as well as the serenity of kayaking and paddleboarding. And for a touch of convenience, the cozy Blackfish on Jordans Café is right on the premises, ready to welcome guests with its warm ambiance.

Address: 11 Mcinherney Cl, Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Phone: (02) 6583 1005

4. Hillview Farmstay

Hillview Farmstay

Nestled 33km south of the historic town of Gundagai on the Hume highway, Hillview Farmstay offers a serene midpoint between Sydney and Melbourne. This tranquil retreat spans almost 1000 acres of undulating landscapes and untouched bushland, where prime beef is tenderly raised for local connoisseurs. At Hillview, the goal is to immerse guests in a genuine farm ambiance, offering engaging activities for every age. Whether you choose to reside in their luxurious cottages or the elegant Safari Glamping Tents, a peaceful and authentic experience awaits.

Address: 3241 Hume Hwy, Mount Adrah NSW 2722
Phone: 0421 922 788

5. Currajong Retreat

Currajong Retreat

In the heart of country NSW, discover a serene sanctuary in our luxury safari tents, perched gracefully on a hill with views of the meandering river below. This secluded oasis is where opulence gracefully intertwines with nature’s embrace. It’s a space to rejuvenate, to breathe deeply, and to connect with the world around you, all while being cocooned in modern comforts. As dawn breaks, gently unzip your tent to step onto your expansive private deck. Here, an inviting outdoor bath awaits, offering breathtaking vistas of the Towamba River and the mist-kissed rolling hills of nearby farmlands.

Address: 83 Big Jack Mountain Rd, Burragate NSW 2550
Phone: (02) 6496 7072

6. Evamor Valley

Evamor Valley

Discover Mudgee’s latest gem in eco-glamping. Immerse yourself in an exquisite glamping experience with three eco-friendly structures that harmoniously merge nature’s splendor with the opulence of a five-star retreat. Nestled on a breathtaking 80-acre farm, with the gentle Cudgegong River flowing nearby, Evamor Valley is just moments away from Mudgee’s finest wineries, delectable eateries, and charming boutiques. It’s the idyllic haven for those seeking a truly memorable escape.

Address: 109 Tinja Ln, Mudgee NSW 2850
Phone: 0439 439 073

7. Rosewood Farmstay

Rosewood Farmstay

Rosewood presents a tranquil haven for those yearning to step away from the everyday and find a moment of calm. Revel in an unparalleled private retreat where nature’s embrace meets luxury, ensuring you don’t forgo comfort or quality. At Tent on The Hill, the essence is to be amidst nature while still basking in utmost comfort. Every detail within the Tent is thoughtfully curated, ensuring a lavish and serene stay.

Address: Woodville Rd, Binda NSW 2583
Phone: 0403 288 000

8. Cicada Luxury Camping

Cicada Luxury Camping

Cicada Luxury Camping, is a serene oasis tucked away in the Jerrara countryside, a mere 90-minute journey from Sydney, with the captivating beaches and vibrant town center of Kiama just around the bend.

Pioneering glamping on the south coast, we present two exquisite adults-only accommodations: our safari-style tents, complete with king beds, ensuites, kitchenettes, and outdoor baths, and our spacious bell tents, adorned with queen beds and shared amenities.

Each tent is graced with its own private fire pit and deck, offering mesmerizing views of the lush, rolling hills of Jerrara and Jamberoo. Dive into a genuine Kiama glamping experience on the NSW South Coast.

Address: 127 Jerrara Rd, Jerrara NSW 2533
Phone: 0400 991 452

9. The Cove Jervis Bay

The Cove Jervis Bay

Seeking a unique escape? Venture to The Cove and embrace the charm of GLAMPING. Here, a beautifully crafted canvas bell tent, both elegant and waterproof, awaits your arrival, already pitched to perfection.

Inside, find a luxurious King size bed adorned with Pony Ride cushions, complemented by an outdoor table, two inviting deck chairs, and a cozy daybed that can double as an extra sleeping space. Every tent is thoughtfully equipped with all the essential cutlery, cups, and plates.

For your convenience, the glamping tents share a communal bathroom, featuring three showers, three toilets, and a secluded bath beneath the starlit sky, ensuring both privacy and a touch of magic.

Address: Ellmoos Road via Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay NSW 2540
Phone: (02) 4441 2018

10. Silk Pavilions Glamping

Silk Pavilions, gracefully positioned near Byron Bay, is cradled by native bushland, serene lakes, and lush rainforest. From their private decks, guests are treated to mesmerizing views of Mount Warning.

This tranquil haven boasts three safari-style glamping tents, each adorned with elegant chandeliers, a barbecue, and inviting patio seating. Set amidst the calming embrace of a quiet forest, these tents offer the perfect respite from life’s daily rush. As you recline on your private deck, let the serenity of nature envelop you, perhaps with a cocktail in hand to enhance the moment.

Address: 274 Mount Burrell Rd, Mount Burrell NSW 2484
Phone: 0419 757 419

Hooroo from the coast.

Well, we’ve taken a grand tour of the top glamping spots in New South Wales and dived deep into the benefits of swapping a hotel room for a tent (the deluxe kind, of course!). Glamping truly is an unforgettable way to immerse yourself in Australia’s natural beauty while still enjoying all the creature comforts. So why not give it a go?

From the breathtaking beachfronts to the tranquil bush settings, and from the sound of kookaburras waking you up to the sight of kangaroos hopping by your tent – these are memories waiting to be made. And remember, glamping isn’t just a stay; it’s an experience that speaks to the heart. So pack your bags, get your adventurous spirit on, and we’re pretty sure you’ll be saying “Good onya, glamping!” in no time.

Share Your True Blue Stories

Now, it’s over to you, cobbers! We’d love to hear your yarns from the bush. Have you been glamping in New South Wales before? Got a favourite spot or a funny anecdote to share? Don’t be shy—drop them in the comments below. Sharing is caring, and your stories could help other travellers plan their perfect glamping getaway.

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