Fancy camping, but don't want to give up life's little luxuries? Glamping is the way to camp for you!
Is your family split into the ‘love camping’ and ‘hate camping’ camps? (No pun intended.) Perhaps you need to try glamping!
If you are not familiar with the term glamping, it comes from ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’ and is a little more luxurious than your average camping. Luxury tents usually include comfortable beds and an ensuite bathroom, plus a kitchenette. If you are looking for a fantastic, family-friendly glamping spot in WA's north, read on!
Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth
Sal Salis provides spacious wilderness tents on raised platforms and include comfy beds and ensuite bathroom.
Children aged five and over are welcome at the resort.
Closed from early November to mid-March.
Image: Sal Salis Facebook page
Ramada Eco Beach Resort, Broome Lot 323 Great Northern Highway, Broome
Glamping Eco Tents start from $113 per night.
Family friendly activities include kayaking, paddle-boarding, fishing, whale watching, bird watching and more.
The resort also has a swimming pool and children’s menus in the restaurant.
Eco Beach Resort Facebook page
Eco Retreat, Karijini Savannah Campground Weano Rd Karijini National Park, Karijini
Offers a ‘greener’ style of accommodation in a range of semi-permanent deluxe eco tents, cabins and campground.
There are 40 upmarket eco tents with ensuites and 10 'Dorm Style' eco tents.
Families can be accommodated in a limited number of these eco tents, with a king bed for parents and a bunk bed for up to two children.
Image: Eco Retreat Karijini Facebook page
The Billi, Broome 23 Coucal Street (Lullfitz Drive), Cable Beach, Broome
Offers clamping in luxury safari tents with either a king or queen bed.
Rolloway beds are available for children.
Located at the world famous Cable Beach in Broome!
Image: The Billi Facebook page
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