Four out of this world glamping spots in Tasmania

Get back to nature without compromising on luxury

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So you want to immerse yourself in the Tasmanian wilderness but the thought of creepy crawlies, deflating mattresses and dank pit loos don’t do it for you? We totally get it – not our cup of tea either! But that’s where glamping in Tasmania comes into play. Spend your time revelling in the best parts of nature without forgoing the little luxuries of a hotel. These top four glamping spots in Tasmania will deliver nature, comfort and elegance so you can really make the most of your time away. 

1. Domescapes in the Vines

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These bubble shaped tents at Domescapes in the Vines are just what you need if you want to soak up the sparkling night sky and surrounding vineyards in the Tamar Valley, without compromising on comfort! Each dome features an ensuite bathroom, soft luxe furnishings, super comfy king-sized bed and a huge clear wall perfect for stargazing so you won’t need to leave (except of course when you venture out to enjoy some wine and cheese in the vineyards!). Best part is they’re built to withstand cold Tassie winters or warm sunny summer days, so you can enjoy glamping in Tasmania year round! 

Where: Domescapes in the Vines is just a little over half an hour from Launceston in the Tamar Valley at 103 Glendale Rd, Sidmouth TAS 7270

Stay there: Click here to book your trip to Domescapes in the Vines

2. Wingtons Glamping

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If you’re not ready to leave the Tamar Valley, then you’re going to want to check out Wingtons Glamping. These super cute prospector tents are set up in the bush and are just meters from the river bank, allowing you to really immerse yourself in nature. These tents have roaring wood firepits, queen-sized beds, private decks and ensuite bathrooms. To top it off they’re luxuriously furnished with persian rugs so you feel right at home while you’re glamping here.

Where: Nestled in the Tamar Valley at 41 Sunset Blvd, Clarence Point TAS 7270

3. Truffle Lodge

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The large safari style tents at Truffle Lodge are nestled on the banks of the Derwent River, surrounded by stunning mountain views. Space isn’t an issue in these luxury huts, with each measuring at least 81sqm (which is bigger than most Australian apartments!) Each canvas tent is thoughtfully furnished and features an ensuite bathroom, a luxury leather couch and a king bed or two king singles. There’s also a stunning deck just ready and waiting for you to relax in while you unplug from your busy life. 

Where: Truffle Lodge is just an hour north of Hobart at 3411 Lyell Hwy, Gretna TAS 7140

Stay there: It’s easy to book a night away at Truffle Lodge – just click here to make your booking today!

4. Bay of Fires Bush Retreat

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If you’re living by the mantra of ‘salty hair, don’t care’ this year (and if you’re not, then maybe you should be) then the bell tents at the Bay of Fires Bush Retreat is for you. Nestled in bushland, it’s the perfect location to recharge in nature and explore one of Tassie’s most famous destinations. The communal fully-equipped kitchen and bar let you mingle with your fellow campers, before you retreat to your luxurious and heated tent. This is one spot not to be missed!

Where: As the name suggests, the Bay of Fires Bush Retreat is found at the famous Bay of Fires at 795 Reids Road, Binalong Bay, TAS 7216

Stay there: Check out the availability and make your booking at the luxe Bay of Fires Bush Retreat by clicking here

What to bring

Staying at these glamping sites means you can swap out your North Face and Patagonia gear for more luxurious alternatives like Camilla and Marc, Polo Ralph Lauren or Hugo Boss. Click on the links to grab some of the latest designs from these brands. Or if you’re keen to embrace comfort, then check out this curated list of must-have loungewear.