Glamping is an awesome way to get away from it all, see the wild and still enjoy the luxuries of home. It stands to reason that you might consider buying camping equipment and setting it up yourself, which can be an investment if you want it to be luxurious.
But if you don't want to purchase camping equipment, who can blame you? Many of us city dwellers don't have room to store something that we might use a couple of times per year at most.
That doesn't mean that we can't go glamping on a budget – there is glamping just for us throughout NSW. I've picked these three glamping spots because they are all under $100 per night, are in a beautiful location and have something special about them.
Located just 10 minutes from Byron Bay, The Bell is a beautiful glamping spot. You can indulge in long walks on the beach, enjoy walking by the waterfalls and enjoy private beaches for your own leisure. Starting at just $70 per night, this is a great deal. You have the option of an outdoor romantic fire, private bathroom and veranda, a walk-in closet, WIFI, kitchen amenities and even a washing machine. You get all this whilst being surrounded by beautiful nature.
This retreat is an hour from Tweed Heads NSW, glamping starts at just $90 a night. This is the place to be. This place is more suited for low maintenance couples who can look after themselves. The benefit for those couples is that they can choose a completely secluded location to enjoy the natural wonders of the property. If you're into biological conservation, you should stay here because proceeds help support eco regeneration.
Toms Creek is just over an hour from Port Macquarie. You can rent a lovely glamping caravan at Toms Creek for just $98 a night. You'll have access to a dining table, bed for two, fire pit, fridge, kitchen amenities and privacy. You can see platypuses play at Toms Creek, and all essentials such as shampoo are provided for you. The hosts also include breakfast in the $98 price and the option for more organic food.