So what even is glamping?
Glamping is a type of glam camping. Think of all the things you love about camping... sleeping under the stars, being surrounded by nature, good friends, sunsets and campfires. It's all of those things.
All of the not so fun times, like figuring out how to set up the freakin tent, sleeping on the hard floor when the air mattress pops, packing away all the dirty gear at the end of the weekend... well, it's none of those things.
We've got your back. We'll take care of all that for you!
What should I bring with me?
Think AirBnB meets camping. You'll need all the usual suspects, (toothbrush, hat, suncream, cozzies) then throw in some camping extras (like mozzie repellent, your fav flanno, marshmallows (obviously!))
Tents are stocked with all bed linens but you will need to byo bath/beach towel.
Can I bring my fur child?
The hosts of the places we choose to stay have a healthy respect for the environment and the impact they have on the wildlife that surrounds them. As a result many don't allow pets. We like to minimise our impact no matter where we stay so unfortunately, Benji will have to stay home this time. Sorry pooch!
Can I bring my real child?
The hosts of the places we choose to stay have a healthy respect for the environment and the impact they have on the wildlife that surrounds them. As a result many don't allow.... haha just kidding.
Yeh! Definitely! Kids need adventures like they needed to stick that sultana in the USB port! It's a necessity!
But please be aware, our tents are only designed to sleep two. The kiddos will need to bring along there own sleeping gear. (There's plenty of room for a porta-cot if you need to bring one along)
What about cooking facilities?
Every place we stay has communal cooking facilities. Usually a BBQ area. But if you have them feel free to bring along a portable cooker or barbie if you aren't keen on sharing/waiting.
You'll also need to BYO utensils/plates/cups/tongs etc.
And what's the bathroom situation?
Everywhere we stay has clean, well kept shared bathroom facilities.
Flushing toilets, hot showers, power points, the works!
If we do host an event that's a little more Bear Grylls, we'll let you know before you book.
Are there snakes? Spiders? Bugs? Flesh eating zombies?
Although your swanky digs might have you fooled, this is still technically a camping trip. So yep, it's (unlikely) but entirely possible you might come across a visitor during your stay. But, so long as you remember to zip up your tent and watch where you step you should be more than alright!
And I can almost definitely guarantee you won't come across any zombies. Probably.