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Best festival glamping spots 2022

Category: News, Date: 8 March 2022

Do you love camping but want just a little bit of a change? Perhaps it’s a romantic trip, a weekend away with mates or just a bit of self-discovery. No matter what you’re looking for- we’ve got you covered.

Glamping is a new style of camping that has completely boomed over the past decade. Swapping out sleeping bags and tents for glamorous RV’s and cabins, it has become a fan favourite and we can see why.

Over the years, glamping has become a popular choice for festival-goers and has changed the landscape drastically. Rather than opting for a cheap tent, people are looking for comfy, instagramable places to stay.

To celebrate the rise of this new trend, here are our picks of the best glamping spots for festivals around the nation:

Byron Bay Bluesfest

The Byron Bay Blues festival is one of the most highly anticipated festival events of the year and is even recognised internationally. Held in a beautiful, bohemian location- it’s no wonder it attracts thousands of tourists annually.

After careful consideration, we have named the Riparide A-frame cabin the best place to glamp in the Byron Bay region.

Located in the heart of the rainforest, this cabin holds all the values of traditional camping but provides a sophisticated feel. It’s modern approach and eco-friendly style perfectly depicts the Byron Bay vibe and has secured our tick of approval.

Woodford Folk Festival

The Woodford Folk Festival is a cultural festival only 2 hours out from the Queensland capital, Brisbane. The event has held a cult following for years and brings in an estimated 125’000 tourists annually.

Simply because of the stunning visuals and excellent facilities, we have selected the Idyllic Forest Cabin as the best place to glamp near Woodford. Only an hours drive away from Woodford, this cabin is located in the beautiful D’aguilar National Park which is ideal for providing peace and serenity after a hectic festival day.

This rustic style cabin is perfect for those who enjoy hiking and simple living.

Queenscliff Music Festival

Located along the Victorian coastline lies one of the most underrated camping spots in the state. Home to the Queenscliff Music Festival, tourists fluctuate to this spot for good reason.

The Safari Tent located in the Big4 Bellarine Holiday park is perfect location for festival-goers. Only minutes away from where the festival location, campers can come home to a relaxing holiday retreat after a busy day out.

An added bonus, if you sign up for a membership you can score 10% off on your booking!

Chilled Out ‘n’ Fired Up

If you find yourself attending this popular South Australian music festival, you have to check out the Bukirk camping site.

This comfy, cosy tent is all you’ll need after a day (and probably night) of being on your feet. Surrounded by classic South Australian bushlands and it’s wildlife, you’ll feel completely immersed in the rural culture.

If the country charm isn’t enough to lure you in, the modern comforts of the air-conditioned tent and queen size beds will ease your concerns.

Nannup Music Festival

For country lovers, this Nannup cabin is perfect for those wanting that little bit of extra luxury.

Campers will be treated to their own private pond, a jacuzzi, beautiful rural scenery and a large spacious cabin.

The cabin provides easy access for festival-goers with it’s great location and allows campers to unwind in peace- we’re only human right?

Bass in the grass

The Bass in the Grass music festival is one beloved by many. Hosted in the Northern Territory capital, Darwin, it opens up hundreds of camping opportunities.

The Top End Safari overnight stay is one that you can’t miss. Why you ask? Because of the fabulous features the stay offers.

Included in your package is a river crocodile tour, an airboat cruise, a helicopter flight, catering and an open-star deck. Not to mention the glamorous tent you’ll sleep in overnight. And don’t sweat about getting there- the team has you covered with pick ups from Darwin.

Mona Foma

Self described as “where posh meets nature,” this Tassie spot is one for those looking for luxe living.

Less than an hour drive from Hobart lies the Truffle Lodge, a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of Hobart’s ports and festival vibes.

You can expect to see wombats and platypus’s lingering around while you sit back and relax in one of their outdoor baths or before going on a paddle downstream. However, be warned, the staff note the wildlife may be more present than you’d first imagine.

A local vineyard is only a short walk away, and that’s all we’ll say on that.

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