Welcome back to our final post in the series “Where to go glamping in Australia”.
If you are new here, you may want to revisit these posts that appeared earlier
- Glamping in New South Wales and Victoria
- Glamping in Queensland and South Australia
- Glamping in Western Australia and Tasmania
Today we bring you glamping in the Northern Territory.
I did look for glamping options within the ACT, but didn’t find any, so please refer to New South Wales post for glamping options.
Glamping in the Northern Territory
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Could this be Australia’s ultimate glamping location?
Located in the awe inspiring Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° allows you to wake to the sight of majestic Uluru – the only accommodation that gives you this view within the park.
With 15 luxury tents with king sized beds, and a full catering experience at the restaurant, this is true luxury camping.
With a lodge situated in the middle of the campsites, you have the option to go there and wind down with a drink, make use of library and swimming pool, or dine under the stars.
For further information: http://longitude131.com.au/
Travelling to Kakadu and want to spoil yourself?
Then a glamping option would be the Wildman Wilderness Lodge in the Top End of the Northern Territory.
With 50m2 safari tents (fan cooled), complete with ensuite, these tents can cater for couples or families.
Once there you can book in for a number of tours that appeal including fishing, and wetlands safari experiences.
For further information: http://www.wildmanwildernesslodge.com.au/
Wildman Wilderness Lodge
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Whilst the locations we featured in this series may be out of financial reach for many, camping doesn’t have to be an expensive business, and you can read about many of our campsite reviews at www.gocampingaustralia.com - none of which would be considered glamping!
I know that glamorous camping is not for everyone – many wouldn’t even consider it to be called camping – but it does provide an alternative to those who want to be outdoors but not have to worry about the more mundane chores of camping including packing up the car/unpacking and wondering where to go to the toilet!
Personally speaking, I wouldn’t mind a little bit of luxury now and then when I go camping!
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(Note: This is not a sponsored post. We have not stayed in any of the above properties – yet – and have no affiliation with them).