18 Best Spots for Glamping Near Adelaide | Man of Many
1. Skytrek Willow Springs Station
First up is Skytrek Willow Springs Station. Join the Reynolds Family in the self-guided 4WD tours, marked walking trails, hill climbing, natural springs exploration and awe at the Aboriginal rock etchings. The station offers seven private and self-contained buildings with unique views and comfortable facilities. Truly the best spot for glamping in South Australia.
Nestled in the hills of the Clare Valley on 42 acres of farmland is Bukirk Glamping. It’s where comfort meets country charm. There you’ll discover four spacious bell tents set against scenic farmland and vineyards. Kick-back in the epic outdoor entertaining area, cook breakfast with fresh eggs or get up early and take in the marvels of the sunrise over the valley.
When at the Wilpena Pound Resort, you can expect nothing less than rugged mountain ranges, dramatic gorges and an abundance of wildlife. The resort features an on-site restaurant, bistro, bar, swimming pool and supply store. Their glamping safari tents feature private bathrooms, a private deck and a fire pit. This resort additionally offers a beautiful base to trek through at their National Park.
The Millicent Hillview Caravan Park is just something else. It offers shady caravan sites, including some on-site vans and cabins to suit all budgets (within a walking distance from the coastline), surf beaches and world-class food and wine. The park is a well-known tourist attraction. Discover the rest of the area through hiking, cycling and fishing or by 4WD-ing on the beach.
An ultimate couples retreat and spot for glamping in Adelaide is Tent on a Hill. This glamping haven is situated deep in the wine-making country and offers desolation on top of the hill. This place gives guests a chance to connect with nature. This is a truly rustic and romantic spot that has you covered; with a queen-size bed, toilet and camp-style shower and AC.
Wandering Souls is one of the best spots for glamping South Australia has to offer. It’s also the first unique and glamorous Kangaroo Island accommodation under the stars. This place provides pop-up glamping and pop-up hotel experiences across Kangaroo Island. Expect a luxury bell tent, queen-size bed, all whilst being environed by the unique atmosphere of Kangaroo Island.
BIG4 West Beach Parks awaits those wanting to experience glamping at the next-level. What can you look forward to there? A tranquil atmosphere, a resort-style lagoon swimming pool, Splash Zone – a zero-depth water play area, jumping pillows, barbecue areas, play equipment, go-karts, games room and an onsite café. Truly a spectacular glamping get-away destination.
At Bellwether Wines, you get the best of both world; it’s a camping and glamping site. Be surrounded by 500-year-old gum trees and nothing but Australian landscape. Spend a night or a couple in one of their luxurious Bell Tents. Sleep in a bed with fresh linen and comforts, rise to the melodies of birds and prepare your breakfast with the supplied farm eggs and house-cooked sourdough— ever so heavenly.
Despite being 164kms north-west of Adelaide, the Moonta Bay Holiday Park is a spot to put on your bucket list when glamping in South Australia. The glamping haven has something in it for everyone. It’s situated on the beachfront and is renowned for pristine safe swimming beaches, rewarding fishing from the beach, jetty or boat and homely amenities.
When heading East of Hawker, your eye can’t miss the sight of the Flinders Bush Retreats. This place is tucked away from the world with steel-framed, insulated canvas tents with eco decking floors, a queen bed, kitchenette and an attached ensuite. You’ll also have access to walking trails, 4WD tracks, private picnic spots and more. What more can you want?
No matter what adventure you’re seeking, BIG4 Port Willunga Tourist Park has it all. Glamping, camping, caravan and RV guests will particularly enjoy their amenities, laundry, camp kitchen, BBQs, mini-golf, playgrounds, tennis court and games room. There’s no better way of enjoying a break when searching for a place to glamping in Adelaide.
If glamping Barossa Valley style is more your thing, then Discovery Parks- Barossa Valley simply offers a first-class experience. The eco-luxe tents are set among native gum trees with vineyard views as far as the eye can see. With so many historic buildings, museums, scenic tours, bush walks, art galleries, amazing dining experiences and fantastic park facilities, you won’t ever want to leave this destination.
Along with its unforgettable accommodation, the Kangaroo Island Seaside Inn features jaw-dropping views of Nepean Bay. Anticipate brick walls and wood furnishings, modest rooms that include Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee making facilities, as well as balconies with bay views. This is one of Kangaroo Island’s best-kept secrets.
Experience the surreal nature of glamping Adelaide has to offer at Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris‘ tents. The camp is the perfect place to relax, walk and observe nature which festers around you. Be sure to book the Kangaluna Swagon cabin—that’s a renovated covered wagon with a swag bed where you can gaze at the stars all night long!
It doesn’t get much better than at Belair National Park Caravan Park. This spot is an easy escape for the family. With glamping-style full-height safari tents on-site, guests can cross the many walking trails, enjoy the many bike trails, relax by our pool, enjoy picnics in the park, play in the playground, cook up a great meal at the free gas BBQs.
The Rawnsley Park Station Heli-Camping Experience is unbelievable. Once there, you’ll be given a private helicopter where you’ll take in the mesmerising views before landing at your epic camp spot. Watch the sunset over marvellous views while staff provide you with a 2-course camp oven meal. Then, finally, sleep tight under a starry sky.
Starfields Luxury Camping is a beloved spot for glamping in South Australia. Featuring free private parking, the luxurious tents are in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, golfing and cycling. A continental breakfast is available daily and will be delivered to you at the tent. It’s delicate and de-stressing features are what make it so sought-after.
Believe us when we say that you’ll find Arkaba to be more than impressive. This place boasts lavish homesteads (that are steeped in rustic history), a comfortable library with deep leather armchairs and a large stone fireplace that provides seclusion for enjoying a drink and a book. And you’ll receive dinner on the terrace that overlooks the ranges.