Camping is a staple of surf culture. There’s few better feelings than falling asleep to the sound of waves and waking up to the sweet warmth of sunshine. In Margaret River, Western Australia you can spend your day bushwalking, wine tasting, and surfing at some of the country’s best waves. See you at Main Break!
Why glamp in the Margaret River region?
Glamping is a mix between glamorous and camping. It’s more comfortable than your run-of-the-mill two-person tent without being a hotel. Margaret River has some incredible wildlife and is incredibly peaceful with most sites set among karri trees. By glamping, you’ll connect with nature without having to hassle with a tent
GLAMPING IN THE MARGARET RIVER REGION: THE BEST GLAMPSITES
Olio Bello, Cowaramup
Olio Bello is set on a 320-acre organic olive farm and overlooks the calm waters of a tranquil lake. Each glamping bungalow can accommodate up to four people and comes with an ensuite bathroom, kitchenette, board games, wifi, mini-bar, fan, air conditioning, and verandah. It isn’t camping without a BBQ! All guests have access to a communal grill. They also offer yoga classes for a nice post-surf stretch.
Best of all, Olio Bello is just a few kilometers away from Gracetown, where you can surf incredible waves like North Point, Huzzas, and South Point.
Margaret River Retreat, Forest Grove
We’re in love with Margaret River Retreat, a site with cozy eco-friendly glamping tents inside Forest Grove National Park. Just south of Margaret River, it’s easy to access Prevelly, Boranup, and Hamelin Bay from Margaret River Retreat.
Choose between deluxe or luxury belle tents that come with woolen blankets, an outdoor lounge area, and off-grid power. With ambient lighting and private grounds, it’s one of the more romantic glamping sites in the Margaret River region.
Guests have access to a yoga and meditation studio, hot water showers, flush toilets, and a communal kitchen.
Mile End, Yelverton
Mile End Glamping is a futuristic geometric dome ideal for two travelers. The front of the dome opens out to an open field, where you’ll likely see kangroos hopping to and fro during dusk and dawn.
The glamping dome comes with a private bathroom, kitchen, comfy king-sized bed, private hot tub and BBQ area.
Mile End is located in Yelverton, just north of Margaret River near Dunsborough. If you surf, then you’ll be in a central spot no matter the wind and swell direction.
Margaret River Glamping, Yelverton
Explore your wild side at Margaret River Glamping, an incredibly spacious glamping tent set inland between Busselton and Margaret River. It’s a great spot if you plan to surf at Gracetown or Yallingup.
The tent comes with a double bed, shower, BBQ, outdoor lounge area, and hot tub. Since there is only one tent on the property, it tends to book out fast — and offers privacy for all who stay.
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