Beach glamping near Swansea

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4 top beach glamping sites near Swansea

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Munted @ Munmorah @ Bennys Bar

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Lake Munmorah, NSW
Big block @ lake Munmorah - Vanhome is called Bennys - In memory of my amazing Father - Benny - my dad always enjoyed a few beers 🍻 after work . - He had a great Bar room. - St.George fan “go the dragons “ he would say .. - so Bennys Bar is a very special place .. and I hope u feel comfortable and at home @ Bennys Bar..
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AU$220
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Sea Shack

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Forresters Beach, NSW
You will have ocean views from a forest perspective. You'll have nature and all its projective. You can sleep with birds and wake with the Walabies. Hike the hinterland or rest your emotion. You can light your fire, and, You can dream to your heards desire. This little jem backs onto the Wamberal Hinterland reserve and bush walks at your door step. You'll sit by the fire and watch the ocean, Sea Shack certainly is the potion!
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AU$275
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Camp Seabird

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Coasters Retreat, NSW
Welcome to Camp Seabird, a little timber seaside cottage to retreat to after a day of wandering. Lovingly crafted it is perfect haven to unplug from regular life, relax and enjoy sand, sea and sky. This cottage is all yours, we do have a couple of friendly neighbours who will leave you completely in peace or guide you to secret water spots and private bush trails. A place where it feels like time has stood still we are an excellent couples retreat about an hours drive from Sydney CBD. We are not modern and citified... our guests love the thoughtful simplicity of Camp Seabird. We have everything you could possibly need for a spectacular break in particular our bakers joy of a kitchen. We are clean, stylish and oozing with storytelling charm. Arriving here is the first part of your adventure - an old school timber ferry across beautiful Pittwater, a hike through Ku-Ring-Gai or arrive by kayak or boat (yes you have a tie up spot). Camp Seabird is perched right on the banks of the bay. Cool off in aqua waters, comb the beach for natural treasures, or, if you love deep salty swims, then a leap from the jetty and a short swim back to shore is wonderful. Curling up inside with a book from the curated library always ranks high on the “things to do when not doing anything” list. The front door is old school glass, lovely to view sunsets, wallabies and water views from... our back door is barn style, allowing a whispering breeze to flow through. There is no television. We have bush views out every window and wifi if you need. Our games cupboard is specifically designed to provide joyful ways to connect and our hammock, house kayaks and SUP the perfect ways to unwind and explore. Of course, as we are part of Ku-ring-gai National park, trail walking is plentiful. Now that we are in Autumn we are opening winter bookings - so cosy to be by the fireplace indoors and festooned fire pit out... our six cotton and linen draped beds with a variety of pillows envelop you whilst you escape from “real life”. The dining room window seat is our favourite way to start a day with a warm morning drink in tree dappled sunshine. Access to Camp Seabird is via national parks or Palm Beach Ferries or water taxi - both run from Palm Beach across to Bonnie Doon Wharf. Main house and laundry for guest use, two patio areas and a front and back garden. We can also give access to our bunk room to the rear of the main cottage with the second toilet and shower just opposite in the courtyard (external to the main cottage and part of the additional guest charges).
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AU$650
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The Boathouse Retreat @ Elvina Bay

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Elvina Bay, NSW
The Boathouse Retreat @ Elvina Bay is a cosy, peaceful hideaway located on the water at Elvina Bay. It is only accessible by boat which makes it more of an experience . Nestled on the edge of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park with views across Pittwater, I invite you to come and enjoy the peace only a location like the Boathouse Retreat @ Elvina Bay can offer which includes experiencing bush walks to the top and bottom of the waterfall and Aboriginal Carvings as well as kayaking to the surrounding beautiful bays, to swimming off the jetty. The boathouse is fully self-contained with a comfortable queen-size bed, a well-equipped kitchen, toilet and hot rainwater shower with bath towels provided. The Boathouse has heating for winter and a brazier for your toasty outdoor fire. You can come by your own vessel and tie it up on the pontoon if you wish during your stay . The pontoon accommodates vessels from 12ft - 50ft. Please contact us to discuss if doing so. You can come by Sea Plane if you wish from Sydney and if you do I can meet you at the mouth of the bay in my boat, or I can arrange to pick you up from the carpark at the Church Pt Ferry Wharf in my boat to take you across to the Boathouse. At the end of your stay I'm more than happy to take you back to Church Pt in my boat. No Fishing , no smoking no vaping , no kids and pets please. PID-STRA-11678
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AU$400
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