Top 5 Glamping Escapes in Tassie

Seek out a bush-bound glamping experience and surround yourself in Tasmania’s untouched landscapes, with these top choices:

Wingtons Glamping

Putting the glamour into camping, Wingtons invites you to glamp in style with golden safari tents, queen size beds and luxurious linen. Vintage touches complete the experince – reminiscent of a 1930s grand tour – and the sound of the ocean will lull you to sleep.

Truffle Lodge

Riverfront safari tents with deep luxurious beds and en suites with handmade wooden bathtubs and rain showers form the ‘tent rooms’ at Truffle Lodge. An Aussie Bush Camp vibe is peppered with a taste of Arabian Nights meets Steampunk at this truffle farm 40km from Hobart.

Bay of Fires Bush Retreat

Get your beach vibe on at this boutique camp-style accommodation, just moments from the stunning beaches of the Bay of Fires and Binalong Bay. With a communal kitchen just steps away from your bell tent abode, and a chef on hand to whip up a storm, you’ll feel relaxed and rejuvenated in no time.

Huon Bush Retreats

Make a deluxe tepee your home for the night at Huon Bush Retreats. Set in an extensive private habitat reserve, you will be surrounded by native wildlife. Be sure to bathe in the famous outdoor bath for two!

Coastal Pods Wynyard

Make Coastal Pods Wynyard your first stop in Tassie if you’ve caught the Spirit over from the mainland. Located on the waterfront at Wynyard just out  Devonport, these up-cycled shipping containers offer the ultimate retreat.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Sue Murray, Great Walks of Australia, Kevin O’Daly & Kathryn Leahy