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4 Places to go Glamping in Victoria

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by Taneesha Davis (subscribe)
Taneesha Davis is a writer and editor living on the Mornington Peninsula. Visit for more.
Published May 23rd 2021
Get your glamp on this winter
There's nothing quite like the great outdoors of our great state, even during wintertime. The colder seasons can sure turn up the beauty and tranquillity, and you might find yourself itching to get away for a weekend, whether with your significant other or with the family. Camping is a great experience, but it sure isn't for everyone. Enter; Glamping. This modern and luxurious twist on camping is perfect for those wanting to get close to nature, but you're also not a wilderness aficionado. If you're after a truly unique accommodation experience, we've gathered the four best places to get glamping in Victoria this winter.

1. Halls Gap

glamping halls gap

The Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park is a favourite amongst both couple and family travellers, ticking all the right boxes and offering a variety of unique glamping experiences. The Glamping tents range from perfect for two people, to two-bedroom beauties. Styles and tastes are ranging that really cater to all. Heated pools, playgrounds, trampolines, campfires and more will keep you entertained during your stay. The park itself is set in the Grampians, meaning if you ever are to get bored (we doubt it!) - there is a world of adventure and wonder at your doorstep.
Price: From $218 a night

2. Castlemaine

Castlemain Glamping

The Big4 Holiday Parks have always been synonymous with easy camping getaways, so it's no surprise they've dove headfirst into the world of glamping. One of their best glamping sites in the state is at their Castlemaine Gardens Holiday Park. The Luxury Bell Tents are situated in the quiet grounds, overlooking the beautiful Castlemaine Botanical Gardens and Nature Reserve. Whilst it only caters for two people, it's a great accommodation choice for couples wanting something a little more luxurious, whilst still budget-friendly and nestled in nature.
Price: From $165 per night

3. Daylesford

Daylesford glamping

Daylesford is the place to go for many couples wanting a romantic and intimate weekend away, however, it might be time to skip the traditional hotels and cottages, and swap them out for a unique and relaxing experience sure to awe. At the Daylesford Holiday Park, you can find three different and unique tents, each with its own style and amenities to suit your needs. Food can even be taken care of here, with prepared meals and hampers available upon request. Choose a wine and an antipasto platter and indulge in one of the most romantic spots in Victoria.
Price: From $243 a night

4. Rye/Peninsula Hot Springs

peninsula hot springs glamping

The Mornington Peninsula might be a tourist hot spot during the summertime, but the Peninsula Hot Springs, hidden amongst Fingal/Rye, is a must-do all year round. This luxurious option is perfect for that quiet and tranquil overnight stay with a partner, where you can indulge in massages, dips in the hot springs, and dining experiences, before heading back to your own quiet, and very modern, oasis.
Price: From $650 per night.

Book yourself an amazing getaway this winter with these four fantastic glamping options. You don't need to travel far to see all of what our beautiful state has to offer.
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