Glamping on Moreton Island

Glamping, a new global trend, offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgraded travel experience.

Moreton Island Adventures, located in Australia, has just announced the arrival of glamping at Castaways.

Moreton Island is considered Australia’s premier natural island destination.

The island’s features include, white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, freshwater lakes and lagoons.

The glamping accommodations on the island offer guests the best of camping with the amenities of a hotel.

The glamping at Castaways accommodates both couples and families in tents that are burrowed next to the melaleuca trees of the island with beaches just a walking distance away.

At Castaways, they also offer glampers meal packages and the use of campsite kitchen or the option to eat at on site restaurants if they choose not to cook their own meals.

Each tent on Moreton Island is furnished with a queen size bed and a private bathroom, the tents fit up 2-4 guest at a time.

While your stay, activities include day tours of the island, snorkeling off the beach or tobogganing.

Escape from the constraints of urban living and de-stress with an unforgettable glamping trip to Moreton Island.

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Glamping on Cockatoo Island

Cockatoo Island in Sydney, Australia used to be an island that held inmates and little orphaned girls, now this Island has recreated itself into a luxurious glamping destination.

Glamping on the Island is camping without all the hard work and with all the luxurious needed for the perfect experience.

On Cockatoo Island, the guest’s tents are already set up with bedding, all guest need to bring are clothes, food, non alcoholic drinks and of course a sense of adventure.

Glampers will have access to the communal camping kitchen that includes 10 barbecue areas, fridges, microwaves and boiling water.

Guest will need to bring their own cooking supplies to use the kitchen however, glampers also have the option to purchase food from Societe Overboard in advance.

Societe Overboard has a broad menu of cafe style meals and other food outlets on the island sell a range of food, beverages, and alcohol.

The campground also offers products for hire that include, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, pillows, towels, chairs, tennis equipment, ponchos, kitchen utensils, torches and a small variety of toiletries.

A glamping package on the island includes a pre-erected Safari bow tent, your choice of either two camp beds or a double bed with linens, towels, sun lounges, a cool box and a lantern.

The Cockatoo Island is a perfect place for a small getaway and a true glamping experience.

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For more information on an experience at this glamping destination check out the Daily Mail article: “Ghost and Glamping on Cockatoo Island.”





Six of the Best Australian Glamping Camps

Camden Courier has named 6 of the best Australian glamping camps.

According to the Courier, Flash Camp, Nightfall Wilderness Camp, The Escape, Paperback Camp, Ikara Safari Camp and Tanja Lagoon Camp are the the 6 best locations for glamping camps in Australia.

The Flash Camp offers mobil safari tents that go where you want them to be, the four person tent will be set up and waiting when a guest arrives at any festival. In addition, the Flash Camp experience includes a private bar and cafe, toilets, showers, make-up room, massages and bedoiun communal tent for the perfect VIP feel.

The Nightfall Wilderness camp located in Lamington National Park offers a carbon- neutral rainforest retreat for 6. Three architect-inspired safari tents offer king sized beds, a fireplace, rain shower, vintage-tin bath and organic toiletries. In addition, the camp offers organic meals prepared and served.

The Escape offers two luxury tents on the 4.9 acre property fronting the Clyde River. With just an over night bag, the hotesses’ will do the rest with amenities that include breakfast, gourmet lunches by the river and three course dinners by the resident chef. Also, this destination offers many scenic activities such as bushwalking, swimming, birdwatching and surfing.

The Paperback Camp offers a king deluxe tent that can sleep six, this eco friendly tent includes solar lighting, bamboo-cotton linen and outdoor bush shower. Guest can enjoy a new wood fire oven pizzas at the Paperback Treetop Restaurant as well as an included breakfast the following morning.

The Ikara Safari Camp along the Wildman Wilderness Lodge, just opened 15 new spacious safari tent. Each tent, air conditioned, offers a king size bed, zip open windows and a timber deck.

The Tanja Lagoon Camp located on a old farm, is located just behind the beach at Tathra. Each tent includes a handmade timber queen bed with an adjoining suite and kitchenette.

For more information on these awesome Australian glamping camps check out the Camden Haven Courier article: Six of the best: Australian glamping camp.