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Glamping WA: Where to Stay in Style

Get back to nature in style with our pick of the best glamping accommodation in Western Australia.

Sal Salis

Sure, you can check into a hotel offering five-star service, but sleeping beneath star-studded skies offers infinite-chances for luxury, especially with these glamping options. Your every whim is accounted for, with beautiful linens, private bathrooms, BBQs and air-conditioning along with chefs on standby to take your orders.

Decks with sweeping vistas showcase Western Australia’s staggering landscape in all her natural glory, ranging from olive groves in the Margaret River Region to forests, national parks, rolling countryside, beaches, the UNESCO-listed Ningaloo Reef and even a pearl farm two hours from Broome.

Basically, what we're telling you is to get out and get your glamp on, so without further ado, these are the glamping WA options you need to know about. 

Serenity Gully

Serenity Gully

With a focus on utmost relaxation and reconnection, Serenity Gully is the luxury adult glamping WA has been missing - and the perfect romantic retreat for two. A premier five-star eco glamping haven in the state's South West, this is the ultimate stay to go entirely off-grid; just you and the surrounding natural landscape. The tents available are nestled into the forest and generously spaced out for both privacy and serenity.

Soak in your private outdoor stone bathtub, explore 478 acres of private and picturesque forest trails and open fields, filled with grass trees and wildflowers, and cross paths with a gentle flock of sheep, large mob of kangaroos and a bounty of birdlife.

230 Polina Road, Kangaroo Gully 

Sal Salis

Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

Unzipping your safari tent just 50 metres from the UNESCO heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is the very definition of barefoot luxury at Sal Salis.

Situated 70 kilometres south of Exmouth, guests are invited to kayak, snorkel and paddle board with over 500 species of fish and 250 types of coral past craggy limestone cliffs. You can also mingle with kangaroos, countless birds and spectacular flora in the neighbouring Cape Range National Park, a sprawling beauty filled with pristine canyons and gorges.

With just 16 off-the-grid luxurious safari tents camouflaged in the striking landscape, hammocks, decks, ensuites and handcrafted jarrah beds with crisp linens ensure a balance between nature and luxury, where the outback meets the reef. It really can't get much more glamping WA-style than this!

Cape Range National Park, Exmouth

Olio Bello

Olio Bello Lakeside Glamping

By integrating tourism with agriculture, Olio Bello Lakeside Glamping offers one of the most unique glamping WA experiences in the Margaret River Region, amongst 320 acres of olive, macadamia and citrus groves.

Architecturally designed by the same team who designed the Eco Beach Resort in Broome, Eco Structures Australia are renowned for their low impact and sustainable designs. With 16 luxurious bungalows at Olio Bello, including a twin tent suite, guests are treated to expansive sunset viewing decks, cross-air ventilation eco-fans, reverse cycle air-conditioning, kitchenettes and private ensuites.

Gourmet treats and daily breakfast baskets compliment the onsite café where the land’s bounty is the star ingredient.

36 Armstrong Road, Cowaramup

Woody Island Glamping. Image credit: Rosie Henderson

Woody Island Eco Tours 

Stay a night or two on Woody Island to explore a unique and untamed nature. Woody Island Eco Tours will help you on your way, the official operator of the island's facilities. Their friendly staff look forward to welcoming you to this little slice of paradise, rich in history.

Woody Island is one of the 105 islands in the Recherche Archipelago located just 15km off the coast of Esperance. The accommodation available on the island will give you the perfect opportunity to take your time and relax, spend a few days, and soak up the natural island environment.

Safari huts, luxury retreats, furnished tents and camping sites, as well as a kiosk, and bar with food and drinks and equipment for hire are all part of the package deal. Wake up to the sounds of the birds, go for a morning swim or walk, and have a coffee while watching the bay for dolphins - this is one of the finest glamping WA destinations on the list. 

Woody Island, Cape Le Grand, Western Australia

Eco Beach

Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat

Imagine waking up to the sound of waves lapping metres away while cocooned in luxury in the Kimberley? About 130 kilometres south of Broome and on the pristine coastline of Cape Villaret, lies oceanfront eco tents, villas and beach houses at Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat.

Energy and water-saving appliances and fittings are part of the clever design ensuring sustainability within this virtually untouched environment. Guests are encouraged to literally immerse themselves into the landscape, by taking a mud bath in the mangroves...accompanied by Australian bubbles, of course.

Fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, yoga, caving and helicopter flights are also on offer at this magical glamping in WA experience. 

323 Thangoo Station, Great Northern Highway, Broome

Wild Goose Camping

Wild Goose Camping

Based in the beautiful Margaret River region, Wild Goose Camping offers pop-up glamping at its very best; like a hotel room in nature. This is the easiest and most relaxed stay under the stars you can imagine, with all the comforts needed for an enjoyable break from the everyday.

Wild Goose go to great lengths to create beautiful, inviting and extremely comfortable outdoor accommodation, all set up within your preferred camping location.

Fun fact - they also cater for weddings, events and festivals, by pitching up lovely canvas bell tents at private properties and campsites between Margaret River and Yallingup. 

Margaret River, WA

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm Glamping WA

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

Since the road 200 kilometres north of Broome along the Cape Leveque Road was sealed, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is an easy drive during the dry season or a short flight with Air Kimberley.

Situated on the Dampier Peninsula, the Brown family continue to lead the way with immersive eco-tourism at Australia’s oldest operating pearl farm.

Stay in original pearling shacks, cottages, private retreats or safari tents. Pearling experiences, sea safaris, a visit to shell island, fishing adventures or an indigenous cultural tour keep visitors enthralled, plus the infinity pool is a refreshing end to a tropical day. 

Cygnet Bay, Cape Leveque Road, Broome

Discovery Rottnest Island (Image Credit: Sky Perth)

Discovery Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is the perpetual favourite for making endless enchanting memories. Since that infamous Hemsworth quokka selfie, this beautiful, carefree island has been propelled to international travel fame... and now there's a chance to get your glamp on with Discovery Rottnest Island. If the budget allows, the deluxe oceanside tents offer panoramic ocean vistas adored from your bed or deck. The tents set within the tuart forest are equally charming and well-appointed, and an excellently close distance to the 30-metre guest swimming pool and Pinky Beach. 

Strue Road, Rottnest Island

Two Blind Cows

Two Blind Cows 

Another Margaret River glamping gem, Two Blind Cows allows for complete immersion into the great outdoors, albeit in comfort and style. Their unique blend of cosy canvas accommodation in a farmland setting make the perfect base from which to explore Australia’s Great South West. Or you know, you can just stay, relax, dream, read, eat and enjoy a drink or two. Either way, you're guaranteed a delightful escape from the everyday grind. 

Woolrabunning Farm, 1193 Osmington Road, Prevelly

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

The perfect getaway in the heart of Margaret River, Mile End Glamping is designed for two; a romantic escape where you stay in luxurious, light-filled geodesic domes set in idyllic surrounds on a unique private estate.

Each dome consists of private bathroom, kitchen, king bed, adjacent deck with private outdoor bath and BBQ, plus many more quirky features. Visitors to Mile End Glamping also get to enjoy views over one of the most beautiful areas in the region.

Only a 20 minute drive from Margaret River, Dunsborough and Busselton, it is the perfect location for exploring the wineries and local attractions surrounding. Or simply relax and enjoy the wildlife, native bushland and river flowing through the estate from your own private dome.

It really is one of the most iconic glamping WA experiences money can buy. 

76 Yelverton Road, Yelverton

Karijini Eco Retreat

Karijini Eco Retreat

Nestled in the ancient Karijini National Park, the Karijini Eco Retreat offers a captivating escape into nature's embrace. Set amidst 627,422 hectares of unspoiled wilderness, guests are treated to a landscape sculpted over 2.5 billion years, boasting waterfalls, gorges, canyons, and serene watering holes.

With a commitment to eco-friendly design, the retreat offers a range of accommodation options, from unpowered campsites to luxurious eco tents featuring king beds, ensuites, air-conditioning, and Aboriginal artwork.

The alfresco outback restaurant serves bush tucker under star-studded skies, while takeaway picnics accompany unforgettable tours exploring the park.

Sitchu Tip: Don't miss the Karijini Experience, a five-day festival in July celebrating Pilbara's culture and nature.

Savannah Campground (off Weano Road), Karijini National Park, Karijini

Gourmet Glamp at Walk Talk Taste Margaret River (Image Credit: Samira Damirova)

Gourmet Glamp

Experience the ultimate Margaret River immersion with Walk Talk Taste Gourmet Glamp, a luxurious and intimate gourmet farm stay in the heart of premium wine country.

Sumptuously furnished for comfort and warmth, this bush-luxe retreat offers the region's finest artisan produce for relaxed enjoyment. With just one tent onsite, complete privacy is guaranteed, ensuring a truly exclusive moment in time.

Indulge in premium wine, craft gin, and beer, alongside access to a luxuriously appointed bell tent, private bush bath, copper outdoor shower, campfire, wildlife, and trails—all within walking distance of Voyager, Leeuwin, and Xanadu Estates. It's everything you've been craving and more, and one of the most unique glamping WA stays.

82 Gnarawary Road, Margaret River

Heavenly Waters (Image Credit: Birdonthewallphotography)

Heavenly Waters

Your immersion into nature in the picturesque Avon Valley will never be interrupted while staying at Heavenly Waters. The spacious tent, set within the rolling countryside, has spectacular views of Jimperding Hill topped with Nolan’s Rock, plus seemingly endless acres of peace. Completely off-the-grid, no luxuries are sacrificed here, with an ensuite, kitchen, lounge and king-sized bed. Outside you’ll be even more grateful for the solitude, with a deck, BBQ, firepit and woodfired bathtub for you and your partner to luxuriate in.  

9 Cobbler Pool Road, Toodyay

Wandanger Eco Tent 

Experience the essence of glamping at Wandager Eco Camp in Pemberton, where permanent safari tents are redefining nature-bound and off-grid luxury. Surrounded by pristine forest, these tents offer sweeping views of farmland, vineyards, and truffle orchards, inviting you to escape the stresses of modern life.

Each of the two eco tents features a queen-sized bed, open-plan living space with a rotating fireplace, bespoke kitchenette, and a rain shower that opens out to the neighbouring karri forest. Outside, enjoy a private fire pit and stargazing pad made for romantic nights with your partner.

Stirling Road, Pemberton

Willow Wood Glamping Retreat

Willow Wood Glamping Retreat

Set on 100-acres of farming property near Busselton, Willow Wood Glamping Retreat opened in February 2023 with 10 luxurious eco tents onsite.

It's one of the best new glamping spots in WA, promising a rejuvenating experience that allows guests to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature's beauty.

Situated in a quiet rural community in Ambergate in the Margaret River Region, you’re also perfectly placed to explore this world-class region teeming with wineries, outstanding produce and restaurants.

381 Ambergate Road, Ambergate

Perth is the perfect launchpad for these stylish glamping experiences and here are some hotel suggestions with epic views. If you’re heading down to the Margaret River Region check out our Wine Lover’s Guide or plan a gourmet adventure.

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