WA Wilderness Glamping Experience

Offer - 20% discount off camping accommodation for a 2 or 3 night stay

Imagine a camping holiday, free from the norm and connected to extraordinary. 

WA Wilderness Glamping Experience is an initiative designed to introduce camping to visitors to the area in a gentle, glamping manner.  Imagine leaving home to arrive in town to find your campsite already set up for you – with everything included to ensure you have a wonderful holiday.  The tents, beds and other products have been specifically chosen to ensure comfort – to give the opportunity of camping to people unable to purchase or store their own supplies and take the stress of the three day pre-holiday pack and the five day post-holiday unpack, clean, repair and store part that inevitably comes from DIY camping.

This service opens up Western Australia’s National Parks and forest campsites to a wider population and enables you to concentrate on what is important and spend time with your family, friends and loved ones… Why not consider glamping for your next holiday?

About the region

The Southern Forests region (the green part of Australia’s South West) is surrounded by National Parks and has numerous allocated campsites near creeks, perennial rivers and the Yeagarup Dunes. Pemberton, located in the Southern Forests Region is a town nestled in a valley, surrounded by Karri forests, however only 30km by 4WD from the nearest beach. It is a popular holiday destination, located midway between Margaret River and the Tree Top Walk the other side of Walpole and have lots of options to choose from when deciding where to camp.

For convenience, WA Wilderness Glamping Experience has broken those choices down into 4 localities with 3 packaged products available for each locality. They are;-

Big Brook Arboretum
Yeagarup Hut (D’Entrecasteaux National Park)
Yeagarup Lake (D’Entrecasteaux National Park)
Warren River (Warren National Park)

The Southern Forests region encompasses the shires of Manjimup and the towns of Pemberton, Walpole, Manjimup and Northcliffe. The camps identified are located less than 45 minute drive from Pemberton township and are recreation sites managed by Western Australia’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife. Camping at these locations give you many additional benefits from traditional accommodation options.

Find out more about WA Wilderness Glamping Experience at their website - http://www.wawilderness.com.au/

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