Sumary of 7 of the best glamping options to try in New South Wales:
- Check out these picturesque glamping stays in NSW, from cosy winery escapes to safari-style bush luxury, and plan the ultimate camping trip for when travel opens again.
- The three waterproof transparent spheres named after zodiac constellations — Leo, Virgo and Cancer — sit atop raised wooden decks and give guests a spectacular view of the stars at night and the vast valley during the day.
- All three Bubbletents also come with the romantic addition of a wood-fired outdoor hot tub.
- Inside, there’s a kitchen and wood-fired slow combustion stove downstairs and a sleeping loft upstairs, accessed by a ladder.
- There are three unique luxury tents for two to choose between — Carinya, Dulili and Uralla — all with plush big beds for two, luxe linens, power for charging devices, expansive windows and decks to take in the spectacular views, indoor bathtubs, and other thoughtful touches.
- Nashdale Lane, Orange Nestled in 24 hectares of fertile grape-growing land in the highlands of Orange, around four hours northwest of Sydney, the family-owned Nashdale Lane winery offers two glamping tents.