Glamping near Devonport

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Cricklewood Farm Tasmania

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Golden Valley, TAS
Get away from it all and stay under the stars. Quiet location on Cricklewood Farm Tasmania, known for its preserves, pickles, chutneys and jams. The property is located 15 mins from Deloraine with its artistic flair and local culinary delights. Visit the many attractions in the area including the Marakoopa Caves, the Great Lake and the Northern Forage Trail. Only an hour from Launceston and Devonport. The accomodation offers one bedroom and one bathroom with shower. Laundry available for use. Toaster, kettle, small fridge, microwave cutlery and crockery. BBQ and outdoor setting. Snacks in the jars for your pleasure. Breakfast included. 5.5 acres of farm to roam around. Lovely creek to visit and while away some time. Yoga mats for meditation under the apple trees or amongst the trees. Shinrinroku (forest therapy) sessions for an additional $20 per person. Lunch and dinner can be catered for at an additional cost. Picnic lunches can be ordered for an additional cost. Jams, preserves and chutneys for sale. Plants for sale.
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Purple Paradise Farm

1 site · Lodging50 acres · Golden Valley, TAS
Purple Paradise Farm is 5 acres of developed farm, set amongst 50 acres of old-growth forest, near the start of the walk to Quamby Bluff and a short distance to the alpine region of the Great Lakes. We offer a lovely cabin, surrounded by the forest, providing a comfortable nature-based stay for our guests. The serenity is unmatched, and it's a fantastic base from which to explore this beautiful region. Enjoy the many walks in the area, fish in the nearby alpine lakes, or cycle on the well-loved biking trails in the area. If you want to indulge your taste buds, join the Northern Forage Trail. If you prefer the dark side, join a caving tour or if art is your thing, mingle in the many art galleries in the town of Deloraine, a short 15-minute drive away. Alternatively, just sit back and marvel at the birdlife in your private nature retreat where over 30 species have been identified. The property is home to endangered Tasmanian devils, spotted quolls, and wedged-tailed eagles, with the sounds of owls and frogs heard nightly.
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AU$110
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Glamping near Devonport guide

Overview

Looking for a unique camping experience near Devonport, Tasmania? With over 60 options for glamping accommodations, Hipcamp has got you covered. Whether you're looking for a cosy cabin or a luxurious tent, you'll find the perfect spot to unwind and connect with nature. Check out top campsites like Hill Top Farm Meander Tasmania with 112 reviews, Crayfish Creek Van and Cabin Park with 11 reviews, and The Bunkhouse at Camp Infinite with 3 reviews. Plus, enjoy popular facilities like toilets, rubbish facilities, and campfires. And if you're into off-roading, biking, or wind sports, you'll find plenty of activities to keep you entertained. Prices start as low as $10 per night, with an average price of $85 per night. So pack your bags and get ready for a one-of-a-kind glamping experience in beautiful Tasmania!

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