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Glamping (limited time only)

Found a couple of sites with the opportunities to enjoy the nature in the wild.

Wilderness Retreats

Located at Wilsons Promontory National Park, Cape Conran Coastal Park and Buchan Caves, Parks Victoria's Wilderness Retreats offer visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in nature while staying in high comfort, low impact, safari-style tents.

Each Wilderness Retreat has timber floors, covered timber decks with chairs and tables, a fridge and a queen-size bed complete with a plump doona and fresh linen.

Glamping in Victoria

Nature lovers looking for an extra touch of comfort can now go glamping in two Victorian National Parks with Parks Victoria’s glamping trial now on.
Based in Mount Buffalo National Park and Lake Eildon National Park, this is a unique opportunity to go glamping in some of Victoria’s most stunning and remote locations.
The fusion of glamour and camping has been a hit worldwide, so trialling the experience in Victoria’s National Parks to connect more people with nature and the outdoors is an exciting opportunity for visitors.

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