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8+ Best Glamping Margaret River (Complete Locals Guide 2024)

If you’re searching for glamping Margaret River, you’ve come to the right place!

As a Margaret River local who’s owned accommodation here and helped thousands plan their dream vacations, I know a thing or two about finding that perfect blend of nature and luxury. This article is your ultimate guide to glamping in the Margaret River region, where the beauty of the great outdoors meets the comfort of a five-star hotel.

Are you tired of the same old hotel rooms but not quite ready to rough it in a tent? I get it. That’s why glamping is such a fantastic option—it offers the best of both worlds. From secluded spots surrounded by nature to luxurious tents with all the amenities, we’ll explore a range of options to suit every taste and budget.

So, whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic getaway, a family wanting a unique holiday, or a solo traveler seeking a serene retreat, this guide has got you covered. Let’s dive into the world of glamping in Margaret River and discover your next unforgettable experience!

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Looking for other options? I also have a guide on Margaret River Campsites and Free Campsites Margaret River, if you can’t find something on this list!

Best Margaret River Glamping

1.Olio Bello Lakeside Glamping, Cowaramup

RATING: 4.5/5 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 14km |📍LOCATION: Armstrong Road, Cowaramup WA | ✅BOOK IT!

A luxurious experience by the lake and amongst the olive groves, Olio Bello Lakeside Glamping offers permanent Margaret River glamping tents in a small cluster in a quiet location. These are well-appointed safari tents with high-end furnishings, ensuite bathrooms, and kitchenettes.

Beautiful hampers of local produce can be included in your package and you are only a short walk away from their café and restaurant which is a real treat to experience in itself. The glamping tents are suitable for couples or small families and are accessible.

Olio Bello has a uniquely European feel to the property and with only six safari tents it’s quite exclusive. You are able to peacefully stroll through the Olive groves whimsically dreaming of Italy. At harvest time you’ll be witness to the process of harvesting the Olives!

Year-round you’ll enjoy the fruits of their labor with beautiful tastings available in the café. Their on-site shop is well stocked with produce, skin care products, and gifts.

2.Boogaloo Camp, Augusta

RATING: 4.9/5 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 41km |📍LOCATION: 22 Baker Close, Augusta WA | ✅BOOK IT!

If you’re looking for a unique adults-only glamping experience in the Margaret River Region, Boogaloo Camp is a must-visit. Situated just two kilometers from Augusta’s town center, this eco-friendly, off-grid campsite offers a tranquil escape for adults. Here, you can unwind in their Bohemian Luxury Bell Tents, which come furnished with hotel-quality linen and mood lighting to set the ambiance.

But what sets Boogaloo Camp apart is its commitment to sustainability. The tents are unpowered, encouraging you to truly unplug and immerse yourself in nature. Don’t worry about amenities; the camp has you covered with a fully equipped kitchen offering tea, coffee, and water, along with a charging station for your devices.

For your convenience, Boogaloo Camp provides rustic yet functional toilets and hot showers housed in a converted sea container. With options for both large groups and couples, Boogaloo Camp serves as the perfect base for exploring the stunning south-west coast of Australia. So, if you’re keen on a glamping experience that’s both luxurious and eco-conscious, Boogaloo Camp is your go-to spot in the Margaret River Region.

If you’re interested in some fishing activities during your stay (after all, Augusta is perfect for fishing!), check out my guide on fishing in Margaret River.

3.Mile End Glamping, Yelverton

RATING: 4.9/5 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 26km |📍LOCATION: 76 Yelverton Road, Yelverton WA | ✅BOOK IT!

Luxury glamping domes designed for couples! Mile End Glamping has permanent, unique structures located in the Margaret River Region. These geodesic domes include a private bathroom, kitchen, king bed, adjacent deck with an outdoor bath and BBQ, and many more features!

Positioned in woodland on a private 144-acre estate you truly enjoy being immersed in nature without sacrificing luxury or comfort. Extras can be included like gourmet hampers or private catering, be sure to enquire when booking!

About 20 minutes north of Margaret River, Mile End is the perfect place to explore wineries. I recommend booking a wine tour and really soaking up some wine knowledge at a few tastings!

For an extra touch of relaxation, why not book a massage? Here’s my guide on the best places for a massage in Margaret River.

4.Margaret River Retreat, Forrest Grove

RATING: 4.4/5 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 16km |📍LOCATION: 11117 Bussell Highway, Forest Grover WA | ✅BOOK IT!

The perfect glamping and eco-retreat in the forest! About 20 minutes south of Margaret River you’ll find the Margaret River Retreat. They offer permanent glamping tents for adventurous families, comfort-seeking couples or groups!

They have literally thought of everything. The tents are powered, including heating and lights, luxury linen, and cooler boxes! There is a real focus on sustainability here and you will be provided with low-waste luxury bathroom items from Vasse Virgin.

You will have access to bathrooms and BBQ facilities as well as small fire pits in winter. The glamping village is also wheelchair friendly. Hampers and catering are available with prior planning so be sure to enquire if you’re keen on eats. A truly unique glamping experience in a beautiful location!

This venue is popular for Margaret River yoga retreats, weddings and other events so book early. In fact, want to learn more about having your wedding here? Check out my complete guide to wedding venues in Margaret River.

5.Wild Goose Camping, Margaret River

RATING: 4.8/5 | 📍LOCATION: You choose! | ✅BOOK IT!

A one-stop shop! Wild Goose Camping is owned by local husband and wife team Chloe and Clint. An easily tailorable glamping experience in a location of your choice. The team here makes it super easy for you to book your glamping holiday with a step-by-step process. Choose your tent size (sleep 2-5 guests), choose your location, choose your dates, and any extras and book! Easy as that.

Locations vary from well-appointed caravan parks with power to DPAW Run Camp Grounds with more basic amenities.  All the setting up is done by the Wild Goose team so you just arrive and relax, and when you are leaving you just zip it up and walk away. What a way to experience a holiday down south!

If you’re planning something extra special let Chloe know and they’ll ensure they help you achieve your dreams. Truly a seamless and adaptable service by a local team. Wild Goose Camping is perfect for your glamping south west experience!

If you’re not in the mood for cooking, check out our favorite takeaway spots in Margaret River.

6.Soul Camping, Dunsborough

RATING: 4.5/10 |📍LOCATION: You choose! | ✅BOOK IT!

Soul Camping prides itself on being a part of your unforgettable adventure! Whether it’s whisking your lover away for a romantic weekend or taking the whole family, put life on hold and soak up the beauty of the southwest from a comfortable glamping tent where all the work is done!

Tailor your tent and location to suit you! Soul Camping offers a set-up and pack-down glamping service in a wide range of locations. Locations include Hamelin Bay, Gracetown, Busselton, Yallingup, Prevelly and of course, Soul Camping also offers glamping in Dunsborough options for those interested. You can basically choose to stay anywhere in the region and they will make it happen.

Soul Camping offers simple, essential packages right through to luxurious honeymoon-style packages. Extras can be included be sure to enquire when booking.

7.Cape to Cape Explorer Tours x Surfpoint Resort, Prevelly

RATING: 4.6/10 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 11km |📍LOCATION: 12 Riedle Drive, Gnarabup WA | ✅BOOK IT!

A collaborative glamping package suitable for hikers doing the Cape to Cape Walk. About 10km from Margaret River and close to the beach, Surfpoint Resort has eight glamping tents on its property. The perfect place to rest your head after a long day hiking! The tents are well-appointed and comfortable with the use of the resort’s facilities included.

Surfpoint Resort is located super close to some of the best surf spots in Margaret River, so don’t forget to bring your surfboard!

8.Two Blind Cows

RATING: 4.8/5 | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 16km |📍LOCATION: 1193 Osmington Road, Prevelly WA | ✅BOOK IT!

Looking for a glamping experience that combines luxury with the great outdoors? Two Blind Cows in Margaret River offers just that. Nestled among soaring eucalypts and overlooking vineyards and farmland, their four canvas tents are designed for couples seeking a romantic getaway. Each tent is built above the ground, offering splendid views and ensuring privacy with a minimum of 100 meters between each tent.

Inside, you’ll find a queen-sized bed adorned with high-quality linen, a separate bathroom, and a kitchenette. The tents are fully insect-screened and come with a spacious deck, outdoor furniture, and a barbecue. To elevate your experience, Two Blind Cows provides bathrobes, handmade soaps, and lotions made from natural ingredients. Their newest addition, tent 4, takes glamping to the next level with a beautiful bath, making it the perfect spot to relax and soak up the down-south vibes.

Wrapping Up: Best Glamping Margaret River

So there you have it, the best spots for glamping in Western Australia, right in the Margaret River region. Whether you’re a couple seeking a romantic getaway, a group of friends looking for a unique experience, or a solo traveler wanting to connect with nature without sacrificing comfort, Margaret River offers the best glamping Margaret River experiences you won’t want to miss.

As a local who’s been deeply involved in the accommodation scene here, I can assure you that these glamping spots offer not just a place to sleep, but a memorable experience that you’ll cherish long after you’ve returned home.

Ready to take the plunge and book your dream glamping trip? Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram @accommodationmargaretriver for the latest updates, tips, and insider info on all things Margaret River. Trust me, you won’t want to miss out on the incredible experiences this region has to offer. See you under the stars! 🌠

Read More:

Australia Travel Planning Guide

🚑Should I buy Australian travel insurance?

100% YES! — Australia has “free” healthcare but it’s only for citizens and permanent residents. Foreigners visiting need travel insurance in case anything happens on their visit. I like SafetyWing – their Nomad Insurance starts at just $1.50 USD a day!

🚗Should I rent a car in Australia?

Yes — Renting a car is a necessity in most of Australia! If you want to go on road trips or adventures outside of the major cities, and even if you’re staying in a major city, you’ll want to rent a car. If you are visiting Margaret River, it will be even more important that you hire a car, you’ll need it to be able to get around and see all the great attractions and wineries!

🏨What’s the best way to book my Australian accommodation?

My go-to for Australian hotels is Booking.com. Pretty much all registered accommodation use Booking.com (but not necessarily any of the other major booking platforms), and even most of the holiday homes and caravan parks use Booking.com too!

If you’re planning a trip to Australia where you will stay at multiple locations, it’s super handy to have all your accommodation listed in one place, and accommodation owners like Booking.com because it’s easy to contact the guests using the messaging platform if the guest has an international phone number.

I sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to Margaret River!

Australia Travel Planning Guide

🚑Should I buy Australian travel insurance?

100% YES! — Australia has “free” healthcare but it’s only for citizens and permanent residents. Foreigners visiting need travel insurance in case anything happens on their visit. I like SafetyWing – their Nomad Insurance starts at just $1.50 USD a day!

🚗Should I rent a car in Australia?

Yes — Renting a car is a necessity in most of Australia! If you want to go on road trips or adventures outside of the major cities, and even if you’re staying in a major city, you’ll want to rent a car. If you are visiting Margaret River, it will be even more important that you hire a car, you’ll need it to be able to get around and see all the great attractions and wineries!

🏨What’s the best way to book my Australian accommodation?

My go-to for Australian hotels is Booking.com. Pretty much all registered accommodation use Booking.com (but not necessarily any of the other major booking platforms), and even most of the holiday homes and caravan parks use Booking.com too!

If you’re planning a trip to Australia where you will stay at multiple locations, it’s super handy to have all your accommodation listed in one place, and accommodation owners like Booking.com because it’s easy to contact the guests using the messaging platform if the guest has an international phone number.

I sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to Margaret River!