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Glamping Holidays in NSW

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Now, when you think camping, you don't usually think of solid floors, luxe beds, and the comforts of home? But when you dip your toes into the glamping scene and kick back in our awesome beach, bell and safari tents, you're getting all the camping perks and holiday park vibes without the hassle of stuffing sleeping bags and bringing everything including the kitchen sink!

Glamping in New South Wales offers a perfect blend of luxury and nature, featuring diverse landscapes from beaches to lakeside, all within easy reach of Sydney. Travelers can enjoy high-end accommodations with modern amenities, and unique activities such as wildlife spotting, kayaking, and cultural tours.

Popular spots like Jimmys Beach, Seal Rocks, Lake Keepit and Byron Bay provide stunning settings and rich experiences, making NSW an ideal destination for an immersive yet comfortable outdoor getaway.

Glamping... camping without the hassle

It's like camping, but fancier. Perfect for those who want that camping vibe but can't do without the creature comforts of home.

Our glamping tents are decked out with a boutique touch, giving you the option to explore the great outdoors or chillax with a good read on the lounge. And hey, why not unwind with your partner over a glass of red on the verandah's stylish furniture?

Picture this... arriving at a location, where your canvas tent is already set up, where you can sink into an actual bed, beautifully made up with high-quality linen, with actual floors underfoot and all the comforts of home taken care of. Some glamping tents contain kitchenettes and ensuite bathrooms, while some are more rustic but just as relaxing.

So, swap your sleeping bag for luxury digs and get ready to make some memories. Whether you're angling for fish, catching waves, or just kicking back, our glamping tents are the ultimate way to holiday in NSW. Explore more about glamping vs camping here.

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Types of Glamping Tents

Glamping on the Far North Coast of NSW

This idyllic coastline is popular with locals and visitors alike, and no one needs to wonder why, with its pristine coastline, abundant nature trails and so many things to see and do in the region.

If you are looking for the perfect glamping spot on the Far North Coast of New South Wales, Reflections Holidays has you covered with two iconic glamping options.

Glamping in Lennox Head

Located at Reflections Lennox Head, these glamping tents are ideal for anyone wanting high-end accommodation surrounded by nature. They can fit up to 4 people, making them perfect for families who need space to spread out.

The large verandah, with a BBQ, private outdoor bath, and dining furniture, is great for relaxing and enjoying the scenery. Inside, there's a cozy living and dining area with a kitchenette that includes a sink, bar fridge, and crockery.

The sleeping arrangements are luxurious, featuring a comfy queen bed with quality linens and two single beds, plus a modern ensuite bathroom. Close to everything the area has to offer, book a glamping tent at Lennox Head Holiday Park today!

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Glamping in Byron Bay

Picture perfect Byron Bay has now got even better with a pair of rust bell glamping tents to tempt even the avid caravanner, into an experience where you can just arrive and its all done for you.

These stunning canvas glamping tents feature a luxe queen-sized bed, air conditioning, and charming decor for a finishing touch, these tents will make any camping getaway that little bit more special.

Only a short stroll to Clarkes Beach and the bustling Byron Bay town centre, a stay at Reflections Byron Bay, with its rustic, laid-back vibes, is sure to leave you feeling a world away.

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Glamping on the Coffs Coast of NSW

Glamping on the Coffs Coast of New South Wales offers a perfect blend of luxury and nature, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking a unique outdoor experience. This picturesque stretch of coastline is renowned for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant marine life.

The mild, subtropical climate ensures pleasant weather year-round, enhancing the outdoor experience. Choosing the Coffs Coast for glamping provides a serene and refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Glamping in Mylestom

For something a bit different, why not stay in our classic yet contemporary Beach Tent for four at Reflections Mylestom?

These glamping tents feature an open-plan layout with partitioned sleeping areas – one with a queen bed and another with a king single bunk bed.

All your creature comforts are included, from a fully equipped kitchen to an ensuite bathroom with a shower, all under a canvas roof. The front verandah is perfect for relaxing, thanks to a protective sail against the elements.

Plus, Mylestom offers plenty of activities nearby, from beach outings and river kayaking to exploring local cafes and nature walks.

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Red Rock Glamping

For a unique and luxurious stay, check out our Deluxe Beach Glamping Tent for four at Reflections Red Rock, NSW! Located on the quiet, river-facing west side of the park, these stylish tents have all the comforts of home. You'll find an open-plan layout with a lounge, TV, and kitchenette complete with a cooktop and microwave.

The tent has partitioned sleeping areas—one with a king-size bed and the other with a king-single bunk bed. An ensuite bathroom with a shower completes the setup.

The front verandah features a protective sail and outdoor furniture, perfect for alfresco dining in any weather. Embrace the charm of Red Rock as soon as you step inside your glamping tent!

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Glamping on the Mid North Coast of NSW

The Mid North Coast of NSW is a stunning destination that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, outdoor adventure, and tranquil relaxation, making it an ideal spot for glamping. Glampers can enjoy a variety of activities such as kayaking on the Manning River, hiking through the picturesque Ellenborough Falls, or exploring the vibrant local markets and heritage sites.

With its rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes, the Manning River region provides a unique and immersive glamping experience that combines comfort with the great outdoors.

Jimmys Beach Glamping

Check in to Jimmys Beach for a camping experience without having to pack, bring and set up all your gear. Jimmys Beach has 2 levels of glamping tents to temp you.

Our Superior Safari Tent for 4 is a definite touch of luxury - think kitchenette and living area, plus a queen bed and separate bunk bed setup for the kids plus no need to find the communal bathrooms, your ensuite has you covered.

While, our Deluxe Beach Tents offer an open-plan tent experience with room for 4, a kitchenette, a living room, and an ensuite bathroom - while the verandah is perfect for alfresco dining.

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Glamping in Bonny Hills

At Reflections Bonny Hills, you can choose from three Deluxe Beach Tents, each sleeping up to four guests and boasting stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.

These tents offer all the modern luxuries, including an ensuite, air conditioning, kitchenette, and TV. The studio layout features a queen bed and a set of king single bunk beds (please note: children under 9 can't sleep on the top bunk).

With a lovely outdoor setting, the verandah is perfect for relaxing and taking in the views.

A glamping tent at Bonny Hills is ideal for two adults and two kids or three adults. Nearby, you can enjoy activities like surfing, fishing, and hiking in Dooragan National Park or explore the charming coastal towns of Port Macquarie and Laurieton.

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Seal Rocks Glamping

Our Premium Beach Tent for two at Reflections Seal Rocks is perfect for a unique coastal couples getaway.

Stylishly decorated with a boutique feel, these glamping tents are tucked away in a quiet spot on the park's west side.

The open-plan layout includes a small kitchenette, a BBQ on the deck, and a small dining table with a TV for a touch of luxe that brings the outdoors in.

You'll love the stylish queen bed with high-quality linen and local artwork, plus an internal bathroom. Whether you’re exploring the outdoors, reading a book on the lounge under the canvas roof, or enjoying a glass of wine on the verandah, it’s glamping at its best!

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Glamping in Country NSW

Glamping in Country NSW, particularly near waterside locations like Lake Keepit, offer a perfect blend of tranquility and adventure. Nestled among rolling hills and expansive skies, glamping sites provide a serene escape with all the comforts of modern living.

These picturesque spots are ideal for activities such as kayaking, fishing, and sailing on the lake's calm waters. The surrounding area also offers plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, birdwatching, and exploring local wildlife. For those who enjoy land-based activities, there are mountain biking trails and scenic picnic spots. With its combination of natural beauty and outdoor activities, glamping is a fantastic way to experience the charm and serenity of country NSW.

Glamping at Lake Keepit

With stunning lake views, our Deluxe Eco Tents at Reflections Lake Keepit for 2 couldn't be better positioned to take advantage of the stunning views and prime park locations.

With lots of options for privacy or let in the light and views, these tents include a beautifully styled queen bed with side tables and storage. A handy bar fridge provides the perfect spot to keep the drinks and snacks cool, while a standing fan keeps the tent cool.

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What is glamping?

Glamping refers to a style of camping where the tent and bed setup are already done for you, and you simply arrive. In most cases there is an actual bed, linen and creature comforts like fridges, air-con, ensuite bathrooms and much more. This means you don't need to bring or setup tents, beds and sleeping bags and you can simply arrive and relax.

What do I need to bring for a glamping holiday?

Most glamping locations already provide the tent, beds and bedding. Some glamping providers also offer living rooms, fridges, dining furniture and air-conditioning or fans. Its always a good idea to check what is included in your glamping experience, but yourself, clothes, mozzie spray and sunscreen are always good bets. Depending on how far you are from shops, food and drink are a good idea and if your glamping tent doesn't offer a fridge, then bring an esky for the win!

Do glamping tents have bathrooms?

Some slightly higher-end glamping tents will have an ensuite bathroom, fully kitted out for your comfort. Others may not have an internal bathroom but be located near communal amenities that you can use.

Do glamping tents have electricity/power?

Some remote glamping tents may be completely off-grid and either has solar power or have no electricity at all - for that true back-to-nature experience. Other glamping tents have full power and often appliances like air conditioning, fans, and fridges to keep you comfortable.

Is glamping suitable for children?

Yes!! Glamping is just like camping, but without needing to bring the tent, beds and bedding, so definitely suitable for children. While some glamping tents are for 2 people only, other's are kitted out for 4, with a bunk bed for the kids. Check out our glamping options at:

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