Glamping near Armidale

This country town has waterfalls, rainforests, and gorges at its doorstep.

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3 top glamping sites near Armidale

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Blue Hole Riverside R&R

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Castle Doyle, NSW
Blue Hole Riverside R&R (via Castle Doyle Rd) is located 10 minutes out of Armidale and provides sunny, cleared acres to camp by the riverside with peaceful surrounds and total relaxation. Easy access to the river to swim, fish, kayak or canoe. A short two minute drive to the beautiful Blue Hole Picnic Area and Gara Gorge offers swimming, picnic seating, BBQ and bush walking in a scenic bush setting. Armidale is home too many gorges and national parks like no other region. Dangars falls is a stunning waterfall with a picnic area. This rural property suits self sufficient campers only with own drinking water and shower/toilet amenities. All campers must take their rubbish with them leaving no trace - no bins provided. Take your time to relax by a fire and enjoy the serenity! The "Reynella" Hut is now available to stay in. This well appointed, fully renovated hut is a studio with a queen bed, lounge area, tv, kitchen, bathroom/laundry, front deck with a bbq and views to die for!! This provides all the luxuries with a rustic charm embracing a peaceful getaway with a magnificent outlook.
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Peppermint Flat Glamping

2 sites · Lodging3000 acres · Wollomombi, NSW
Located within half an hour drive of several World Heritage listed National Parks, Peppermint Flat Glamping provides 3 canvas bell tents for groups of up to 9 people. 20m from the Platypus-filled Oaky River and with all the luxuries of home: hot water showers, real mattresses, luxury bedding, device charging facilities and lights and all the cooking equipment and utensils you could ever need. Just bring ice, food and drinks for the esky and you’re set!
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Bai-Yai River Eco-Camp & Artist Retreat

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents480 acres · Retreat, NSW
Bai-Yai is a 480 acre partly Conservation Covenanted property, 70 minutes south-west of Armidale & 70 minutes north-west of Tamworth. On the tablelands 700 metres above sea level, next door to Warrabah National Park. Our northern boundary is the Macdonald river, just before it drops westward through the gorges & changes its name to the Namoi.We're for the nature-lover who enjoys peace & quiet away from crowds, who values birdsong above the hum of cars & generators! Our facilities are simple but comfortable, all off-grid. There's a covered platform kitchen area overlooking some of the great river swimming spots for campers to enjoy, a pit toilet, simple shower, & fresh drinking water supplied daily. The owners house is out of sight but within coo-ee if needed.The river & general wildness of terrain make Bai-Yai camping not really suitable for young children who requite 24/7 supervision for their safety.CRITICAL: Please ensure your personal profile is completed including a photo before submitting a booking request.
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Glamping near Armidale guide

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Looking for a camping experience near Armidale, New South Wales that combines luxury and adventure? Look no further than Hipcamp. With 358 glamping options available, you're sure to find the perfect accommodation to suit your style. Whether you prefer a cosy cabin or a spacious safari tent, Hipcamp has got you covered. And with popular campsites like Coffs Harbour Camping & 4WD (721 reviews), Footprints in Style (276 reviews), and Riverside Escape Off Grid Camping (171 reviews), you can trust that you're in for a memorable stay. Plus, enjoy facilities like potable water, toilets, and pet-friendly spaces, as well as activities such as fall fun, swimming, and exploring historic sites. With an average price per night of $25 and options as low as $10, camping in style has never been more affordable. So pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable glamping experience with Hipcamp in Australia.

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