Planning a camping trip down to Victoria? Take your vacation to the next level with a luxury camping Victoria from my list…
A camping trip to Victoria is great for everyone who is looking for an adventure-filled escape to SE Australia.
With an activity for every kind of nature lover, you will enjoy exploring Victoria, including a scenic drive along the Great Ocean Road, a visit to the city of Melbourne, a hike in Grampians National Park and mountains, a winter sports at Mount Buller, and so much more.
The luxury camping sites in Victoria feature unique and stunning tents and cabins for a great getaway from the big city in the countryside and the stunning coastline.
Luxury Camping Victoria
If you are short on time, I have shortlisted a top 6 luxury camping Victoria sites down below…
1. Mansfield Glamping
Located in the beautiful high country region of Northeast Victoria and only two hours of drive from Melbourne’s you will find Mansfield Glamping site. The region is known for its rivers, lakes and mountainous terrain.
Mansfield Glamping offers accommodation in 5 bell tents beautifully furnished for two people with a queen-sized bed, luxurious linen and space to relax. On-site you will find a shared bathroom facilities, a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, fire pits, bean bag chill zone and a glampsite boutique with a great selection of local merchandise.
A perfect luxury camping spot for you to enjoy the stunning surroundings and pamper yourself with food, wine, entertainment and outdoor activities.
Guest review: “Everything was perfect. The facilities were modern, clean and lovely. The site has wonderful views, with plenty of spots to watch sunset/sunrise or just relax. The tent was roomy, had everything you needed plus more, and it was one of the best sleeps we’ve had!”
2. Castlemaine Gardens Luxury Glamping
If you are looking for a luxury camping Victoria site, look no further than the BIG4 Castlemaine Gardens Holiday Park. This amazing site offers accommodation in luxury safari tents (sleeps 6) and bell tents (sleeps 2). Both tents are made with style and attention to detail that will make your glamping holiday unforgettable.
The tents are fully powered, heated and feature cozy beds with linens, and a deck overlooking the Castlemaine Botanic Gardens.
Just 90 minutes’ drive from Melbourne the BIG4 Castlemaine is the ideal base to explore the local wineries, towns, galleries, fine restaurants and country pubs, or just to simply take time out in rugged and beautiful bushland landscapes.
Guest review: “The glamping tent was very luxurious with beautiful little touches for the home comforts. Staff were lovely and the area of Castlemaine is beautiful with loads of cafe, restaurants within walking distance.”
3. Iluka Retreat
Iluka Retreat is located on a beautiful 36 acre private property on the Mornington Peninsula. The luxury bell tents are spacious, styled to perfection and include cozy beds, fresh linen, cushions, rugs, comfy mattresses and a terrace overlooking the valley with nice areas to relax and a place for your own private campfire.
On-site facilities include a clean camp kitchen and camp bathrooms with hot showers. They’ve thought of everything, so just get ready for the adventure and bring your overnight bag.
Guest review: “Lovely location, with pobblebonk frogs creating a peaceful atmosphere during the evening. Thoughtful touches included some games in the tent, fairy lights around the door, and plenty of extra blankets. The tents and beds were very comfortable and we appreciated having an elevated deck when it rained.”
4. Cosy Tents – Daylesford
Just 1.5 hour away from Melbourne and 15 minutes from Daylesford, the serene grounds of accommodation, Cosy Tents are perfect for glamping.
Their bell tents are fully furnished with a plush pillow top queen or double size beds, pillows, blankets, luxury linen, in tent lighting, speakers, USB mobile phone charging point, wine glasses, plates, cutlery, and more. BBQ area, fire pit and a bathroom are all available outside.
While in the area, you can enjoy some delicious food, indulge in some local wine, go hiking on one of the many hiking trails, or treat yourself with spa day.
Guest review: “The tents were surprisingly luxurious and (per the name) cosy! Things in the tent were so well thought out. We were worried it would be cold in the winter but with a fireplace in the tent we were always warm.”
5. Grapevine Glamping
Grapevine glamping site gives you a unique opportunity to stay on a real working winery and vineyard farm while enjoying all the comforts of home.
The site offers glamping in bell tents with king size bed, heating and cooling, breakfast service and a deck. As well, inside you will find board games and magazines, fishing gear, local maps and guides, and a mini bar with a selection of Cofield Wines.
A fully equipped camp kitchen including BBQ, fridge, tea/coffee facilities, fire pit with marshmallows and shared bathroom are located outside.
Grapevine Glamping allows you to disconnect from all and indulge in a glass of amazing Cofield Shiraz.
Guest review: “Beautiful. It’s exactly what we were after. The tents overlook the winery facing north – west, which means we had beautiful views of sunset.
The tent itself is spacious and comfortable. It fits a wine fridge, large bed, towel rack, split system AC and fan. Given it’s facing west, the tent can beat up which is why the AC gets put to good use.
The ground has two tents about 5-10 metres apart. We had great neighbours so we enjoyed it. The bathroom facilities are shared but very clean and comfortable.”
6. Goldfield Glamping
This highly rated glamping site on Booking.com is a perfect getaway for everyone looking to escape daily hustle and bustle.
Goldfield Glamping site is located in the heart of the goldfields region between Daylesford, Castlemaine and Maldon, on a 25 acre private site.
This off grid site has a worm farm septic system and solar panels that provide electricity and water for showers and toilets is collected from the roof of the barn and house.
Goldfield Glamping offers accommodation in bell tents and tipis with cozy beds, a kitchenette, ensuite bathroom and outside area for relaxation.
During your stay you will experience a lot of wildlife around with kangaroos, wombats and echidnas as frequent visitors. Goldfield Glamping has a private creek frontage with a series of pools, cascades and amazing cliffs, glades and riverside trees great for bushwalking, panning for gold or relaxing.
Guest review: “We had a great time – the tent was spacious, clean and comfortable. We had everything needed supplied – private bbq was great. Just a beautiful place!”
AM I MISSING ANY OF THE LUXURY CAMPING VICTORIA SITES?
New luxury camping sites are popping around Victoria and my list is the selection of the best ones. However, if you have recently stayed in a place that should be included in this list – feel free to reach out to me!
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