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which takes all the effort out of the normal camping trip.
All the hassle that most of us associate with a camping trip is gone. You know, packing it all up, building the tent, uncomfortable nights on skimpy air mattresses, none of that will be there when you go glamping. There are even a small local produce basket and tea and coffee provisions waiting for you.
As part of your stay, you can, of course, go bushwalking, hiking, kayaking but there are also some more customised activities, such as wellness and cooking offered at certain times. Check it all here. Couple glamping is $130 per night and family glamping $160 per night. Book soon as many dates are already booked out. You can also win a 2-night glamping escape on Glamping with nature website.
Oh the serenity! Image:https://parkweb.gov.vic.au
Lake Eildon is approximately 2 hours drive from Melbourne and be warned or be glad - there is no wi-fi at Devil Cove.