If you are visiting Australia do not forget to stop by to Victoria, one of the states of Australia to enjoy the unique places glamping or glamorous camping.
1. Pebble Point, Great Ocean Road
Pebble Point is three kilometers from the Twelve Apostles and flanked by three national parks. Pebble Point offers a luxury tents hidden in the bush. Each tent at Pebble Point is equipped with king size beds, spacious ensuites with showers and toilets, a private deck with views of the valley, a tent lounge, refrigerator, microwave, and toaster. Cost of glamping at Pebble Point $140 a night.
2. Cosy Tents, Daylesford
Cosy Tents is located in Hepburn Shire hills and surrounded by the Australian bush and dams. Cosy Tents offer comfortable fine linen blanket, wood-fired stoves, lanterns, and Bose Bluetooth speakers. To rent and stay at Cosy Tents $185 a night.
3. Happy Glamper, Mornington Peninsula
Happy Glamper rent tents and yurt-style tents with beds, fresh linens, rugs, lighting and any other homey essentials you may need. Beautiful scenery of seaside will make camping more enjoyable. From $ 290 for two nights plus site fees.
4. Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee
Stay at the Werribee Open Range Zoo is one of the best experiences you can get. You can stay for two days and enjoy exclusive wildlife viewings. You can also enjoy the sunset while accompanied by a feast on African-inspired cuisine. Cost overnight at Werribee Open Range Zoo, $300 for adult and $145 for child.
5. Wilderness Retreats, Wilsons Promontory National Park
You will gain valuable experience in the Wilderness Retreats with spend the day walking through the rain forest, snorkeling at Norman Bay, and swimming in the azure waters of Squeaky Beach. You can also swayed by safari-style tent and the sounds of the boundless nature in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Glamping costs here $182 a night.