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The Best Glamping in Victoria for an Epic Outdoor Adventure

For an outdoor experience with lashings of luxury, this is some of the best glamping in Victoria you need to book ASAP.

Cosy Tents

For many, camping is the preferred way to get out there and explore the wilderness. It’s a chance to reconnect with Mother Nature and breathe in fresh air.

But, if you’d rather not deal with the faff of setting up the tent or trying to warm up in a sleeping bag — we guarantee glamping is where you’ll find your happy medium.

To help, we’ve rounded up some of the most unique getaway experiences up for grabs. Plan that trip out of town and get ready to take your camping to glamorous new heights with the best glamping in Victoria.

Balgownie Estate

Balgownie Estate Glamping

If spending the night in luxury in award-winning glamping accommodation is your cup of tea, then perhaps head on out to Balgownie Estate in Bendigo.

Within a 2-hour drive from Melbourne, you will find your tent surrounded by rolling vineyards and crisp bushland at Bendigo's oldest working winery.

Make the most of the prime location, with Balgownie Cellar Door, winery and restaurant all at your fingertips. After your day exploring the wine region, unwind with your bottle of vino on the private deck as you gaze at the stars, and then fall into a wonderfully peaceful slumber in your oh-so-comfy queen-size bed.

46 Hermitage Road, Maiden Gully

Sheltered Glamping Phillip Island. Image Credit: @niko_grbac

Sheltered Glamping Phillip Island

Phillip Island is a popular day trip from Melbourne, largely in thanks to its epic surf and adorable waddling penguins. It’s also a place where you can be a happy glamper in a scenic beach setting, thanks to Sheltered Glamping Phillip Island.

What's on offer? A selection of premium bell tents, safari tents and even a stylishly converted 1951 vintage caravan in various locations around the island, all with comfy mattresses and linen, heaters and creature comforts for a cosy stay

Each tent caters to different needs - some have hot tubs on the deck while others boast secluded locations, so all you have to do is figure out who’s coming with you, pick a site, and everything will be set up for you upon arrival. Bliss!

Phillip Island

Mirador Springs

Mirador Springs

The ultimate couples retreat awaits at Mirador Springs. The gorgeous glamping tents are surrounded by manicured gardens with a private outdoor dining area to enjoy on those breezy summer nights.

The best part? These glamping tents are completely private, but you are set within a lush, adults-only spa retreat, with acres of gardens,  babbling brooks and walking trails, all positioned high enough on Mt Baw Baw to catch some incredible sunsets.

With the option to add on food and wine packages and therapeutic massages during your stay, it doesn't get much better than this when it comes to glamping in Victoria.

95 Haynes Track, Trafalgar South

Cosy Tents

Cosy Tents

Nestled in the hills of the Hepburn Shire, Cosy Tents bell tents and A-frame cabins are so beautifully fitted out that you may just think you’re staying in a hotel, rather than glamping in the Victoria countryside.

Not only does this ideal location offer many nearby wineries — as well as being tantalisingly close to Australia's spa capital, Daylesford — it also provides all the finer details that one may  miss most when camping.

From a full queen or double size bed with luxury bed linen, a Bluetooth speaker and access to hot showers to a winter wood-fire heater and optional breakky box, you are well and truly looked after.

6A Kanga Road, Yandoit 

The Inverloch Glamping Co.

The Inverloch Glamping Co.

Escape the hustle and take a luxurious seaside break at The Inverloch Glamping Co, where you are encouraged to live in the moment.

The perfect blend of comfort, style and nature, the cosy bell tents are positioned amongst lush landscaped gardens, with options for two people with a private ensuite, or a group of friends with a shared ensuite.

Gorgeous all year long, guests stay warm in winter with a chimenea, while summer soirees will be accompanied by epic sunsets from the large outdoor deck.

With plenty of creature comforts like tea and coffee,  comfy cushions, board games and even a dishwasher and induction stove top in the communal kitchen, this is a beach trip you won't soon forget at some of the best luxury glamping in Victoria.

80 Drowleys Road, Inverloch

Pebble Point

Pebble Point

Pebble Point boasts an enviable location and spacious, well-stocked safari tents with ensuite bathrooms in the small coastal village of Princetown.

This exclusive bush retreat conveniently sits between the cliff tops and rock formations of Victoria’s iconic Twelve Apostles, with an amazing variety of scenic walks nearby, thanks to the three National Parks that surround its location.

You’re bound to meet some of the local wildlife including wallabies, kangaroos and many native birds during your stay, making it easy to see why this is one of the best glamping spots in Victoria.

20 Old Coach Road, Princetown



Unyoked is all about minimum footprint and maximum chill - something we can get on board with. This Australian start-up offers tiny houses in the wilderness for short stays, located no more than two hours from the city — though the locations often appear as though you’re in the middle of nowhere!

Perfect for adventurous types, Unyoked makes a point of not disclosing the exact location of your stay until you have booked, adding to the spontaneous nature of this unique glamping experience, that offers something just a little more elevated than your luxury bell tent.

Location provided upon booking.

From coast to countryside, you can escape the city grind with ease at some of the best glamping in Victoria. After more ideas on where to go for an outdoor adventure? Why not check out the best National Parks or the most romantic getaways in Victoria? Happy exploring!

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