The Sunshine Coast is a sunny, dreamy stretch of coastline in Australia’s Queensland. It’s known for sprawling beach resorts, renowned surf spots, and natural treasures in the surrounding hinterland. It offers a quiet escape or an action-packed vacation all year round thanks to its near-perfect weather.
Glamping at Rivershore Resort
Rivershore Resort is one of Australia’s largest glamping resorts. It sits on the glorious Sunshine Coast right on the banks of the Maroochy River in Diddillibah.
Lisa Lubin is an established travel/food writer, three-time Emmy®-award winning TV producer, and travel industry expert. After a decade in broadcast television she took a sabbatical, which turned into three years traveling around the world. She documents her adventures on her blog, LLworldtour.com. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
It’s where the marsh greens pop against sky blues, and your pace is slow enough to notice. A place where towering oak branches embrace you. Your breathing slows, and your mind stills here. It’s where you’re the spectator, and nature is the show. A place where you may be a guest, but it feels like you’re home. It’s the Lodge on Little St. Simons.
Blakely left her job as an advertising producer in New York to turn professional traveler with her husband. As they explore, learn, give, and get lost, thrilled, and changed through distant lands, she recounts it all on her travel blog and enables couch travelers everywhere. She now contributes to Glamping.com as a guest writer.
Under Canvas has several glamping sites in prime locations in the U.S., including Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore and Zion. Therefore, it was inevitable that they’d set up camp by one of the most sought-out natural sights of America: the Grand Canyon. Situated near the famed chasm’s south rim in Valle, Arizona,Under Canvas Grand Canyon provides a more bucolic, yet refined experience than any of the area’s accommodations.