Beach glamping near Diamond Beach

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Tiona Holiday Park

102 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Tiona, NSW
Stay in sites and cabins nestled between the white sands of Seven Mile Beach, the cabbage tree palm-studded shores of Wallis Lake and the spectacular Booti Booti National Park. Find your space at the pet-friendly Tiona Holiday Park, whether you are camping, caravanning or need a cabin for the night, and only 15 minutes from Forster. All of our sites and cabins are family friendly, pet friendly, and the perfect space from which to relax, explore, connect or play – plus you can have a campfire* (in season)! Lush native rainforest style landscaping allows you to embrace the natural feel of the park, whilst enjoying a stay your style. Beachfront eco style cabins and tents and lakeside spacious camping and caravan sites for adventurers and families.
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AU$57
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Jali Farmstay

22 sites · Lodging, TentsJohns River, NSW
14 acres right on Stewart's River is this cosy and private one bedroom donga with a queen bed, kitchen and bathroom (sleeps two), you can add a tent if you have a few kids that want to join in and camp.Watch the river, cast a line, swim in the pool and relax! Animals are not allowed at The Castle
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AU$35
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Monet's Garden Beach House

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Camden Haven, NSW
Monet's Garden Beach House features a large open deck in the treetops, one large queen bed room, and one open loft queen bedroom, on two levels, to suit 4 guests. Stretcher single beds are available for additional guests. Stunning views and modern facilities are a feature throughout the home, with a fully equiped kitchen. The Estate provides an electric BBQ area where you can enjoy Whale watching, the tennis courts and a community room. It's just a 500m stroll to have beach access. Sorry, no pets allowed.
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AU$180
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Beach glamping near Diamond Beach guide

Overview

Looking for a luxurious camping experience near Diamond Beach, New South Wales? Hipcamp offers over 827 options for glamping on the beach in this area, each with its own unique features and amenities. Prices start as low as $15 per night with an average price of $40 per night. Popular campsites in the area include Spirit of the Forest (326 reviews), Maiden Jewel, Upper Hunter Valley (271 reviews), and Footprints in Style (276 reviews). Trash, campfires, and toilets are among the popular amenities, while off-roading, climbing, and hiking are favourite activities.

Looking for a luxurious camping experience near Diamond Beach, New South Wales? Hipcamp offers over 827 options for glamping on the beach in this area, each with its own unique features and amenities. Prices start as low as $15 per night with an average price of $40 per night. Popular campsites in the area include Spirit of the Forest (326 reviews), Maiden Jewel, Upper Hunter Valley (271 reviews), and Footprints in Style (276 reviews). Trash, campfires, and toilets are among the popular amenities, while off-roading, climbing, and hiking are favourite activities.

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