Wilpena Pound Resort

Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris

Cabn Lily


Flinders Bush Retreats

Bukirk Glamping


Glamping South Australia

Looking to get away from it all without giving up your love of luxury? Then glamping South Australia is the perfect vacation for you! Get back to nature with accommodation options that are more connected with South Australia's beautiful and magnificent natural environment.

South Australia is a land of contrasts, with rugged mountains and gentle rolling hills, magnificent coastlines and desertscapes. South Australia really features some very unique and captivating natural attractions you won't find elsewhere in the world, from the Fleurieu Peninsula to the red sands of the Simpson Desert. Whether you're looking for dramatic coastline or tranquil bushland, there's sure to be a glamping South Australia spot that is just right for you.

The Flinders Ranges truly have to be seen to be belived, with rock formations and cliffs that make for an amazing place to visit. The Wilpena Pound features some great luxury and glamping style accomodations, with a variety of hiking, rock climbing and exploration right on your doorstep.

South Australia is also well known for it's colourful salt lakes, creating a spectacular contrast of colours, including the famous pink lakes. Other popular nature based spots to explore in the state are Lake Eyre, The Eyre Peninsula and Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park - a 15,000 hectare park full of beautiful landscapes and native flora.

South Australia's capital city Adelaide is located on the east coast of Australia, and has a vibrant arts and cultural scene, including major events like the Adelaide Fringe Festival and WOMADelaide.

The Barossa is around 60km from Adelaide, and is famous as one of Australia and the world's best wine regions, with Barossa wines (especially Shiraz) being commended around the world as some of the best. The Barossa is also known for it's gourmet food and produce, such as cheeses, meat and smallgoods and condiments. Glamping, quality wine and gourmet food is a combination that is hard to beat.

So why not start exploring South Australia's natural wonders today? Glamping South Australia really is one of the best ways to experience the region, and you get back to nature.