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Glamping Getaways in the ACT and NSW

Everyone could do with a little getaway once in a while, so why not take the ‘roughing it’ out of camping and choose an idyllic weekend away with a relaxing glamping experience. The destinations below are within a few hours drive from Canberra and promise stunning views, unique amenities, and complete quietness.

Naked Cubby Co

First up, this one is very close to home. Located in-between the Mount Majura Vineyard sit two secluded glamping tents, fitted with the bare necessities you’ll need to unwind and step back from your busy lifestyle. The owners invite guests to leave behind technology and reconnect with nature, hence the name ‘naked’. Each tent is fitted with a king size bed, a mini-fridge, books, games, and deck chairs for you to soak up the view. A delicious breakfast hamper from Three Mills Bakery is also included. For dinner, you are welcome to bring your own food, or you may choose the ‘Schmick’ package that includes a bottle of wine from the vineyard and a gourmet hamper from The Boat House restaurant.


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Kimo Estate

Probably the most well-known glamping experience in NSW, with its panoramic views and impressive architectural designs, is Kimo Estate’s Echo Huts. Overlooking the Murrumbidgee River Flats and the grand hills surrounding them, you can wake up to the sound of cockatoos and completely unwind in a luxurious hut, which includes a breakfast hamper featuring local produce. If you want to take your stay to the next level, choose the ‘Sweeny’ hut- it includes a wood-fired hot tub.


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Tilba Lake Camp

Tilba Lake Camp’s Eco-Pods in central Tilba are nestled between the mountains, lake and sea, culminating in a relaxing stay. Enjoy all that the location has to offer, including cosying up to a warm fire. You can then head inside for certain luxuries you may not want to do without, like a bed and a hot shower. Each pod is equipped with a kitchen, and if you’re looking to make your stay even more special, there is the option of ‘add ons’ which include goodies like oysters, bubbly, and a breakfast hamper.


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Nashdale Lane

Located in the Orange wine region is Nashdale Lane’s winery. Get the best of both worlds in one of the vineyard’s cabins, with this location offering award-winning wines to taste in their cellar door, as well as luxury glamping cabins overlooking the stunning vineyard. Breakfast is included in the price, and the cabins are also equipped with everything you will need for an enjoyable night. Amenities include a kitchen, bed and alfresco deck.


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Bubble Tent

Offering one of the most unique glamping experiences in between Mudgee and Lithgow is a Bubble Tent. Sleep under the stars in a clear and inflatable tent overlooking Capertee Valley, the second biggest canyon in the world, and a globally recognised area for bird watching. Choose between three different tents in various secluded spots, each boasting an outdoor wood-fired hot tub and a telescope for star gazing. It is, however, completely BYO food and drinks- so pack all the necessities you’ll need for your stay.


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Located in various top-secret secluded spots in NSW, VIC and QLD live Unoyked’s little cabins, with owners inviting guests to ‘adventure and chill’. Here, you can leave anxiety and business at home, and if you’re feeling really adventurous, you may choose a location without phone reception. All cabins are decked out with the supplies you will need to cook, as well as an open fire-pit if you wish to cook outdoors. Although the location of the cabin is not revealed to guests until a few days prior, you can see on their website what to expect during your stay. The site also provides inspiration for activities during your visit.


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Without having to forego little luxuries like showers and a soft bed, a glamping weekend away could be all you need to relax in nature.Whether it’s staying close to Canberra or heading out as far as Orange, NSW, there are plenty of beautiful destinations on offer.

So, why not try a glamping holiday out for yourself?

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