Get your Glamp on in the Whitsundays! Cruise Whitsundays would like to invite you on a memorable overnight adventure sleeping under the stars on the Great Barrier Reef. The ReefSleep experience includes 2 days exploring the reef and 1-night camping in a swag on a pontoon located at the popular Hardy Reef gazing up at the gazillions of stars.
During the day, enjoy the amazing activities on offer at Hardy Reef including diving and snorkeling and perhaps a scenic helicopter flight over the reef. After the guests depart the pontoon, relax with a drink and watch the magnificent sunset and enjoy a delicious dinner under the stars. You’ll wake to a beautiful sunrise and hearty breakfast before enjoying exclusive time to explore the reef and partake in guided snorkeling and diving trips before the day guests join.
The ReefSleep is a truly unique, once in a lifetime experience for adults and children aged 12 years and over. For information regarding costs and inclusions, please visit the Cruise Whitsundays website on the link below.
Glamping with Nature invites you to enjoy the exclusive overnight experience of Glamping at Devil Cove, Lake Eildon National Park. Between now and December, you can experience all the benefits of camping without the hassle and appreciate nature at its best. Located 2 hours from Melbourne and 20 minutes from Alexandra and Eildon, the Lake Eildon National Park offers hiking, kayaking, fishing and waterskiing for the adventurous or a peaceful bush environment to relax and read a book.
With all camping equipment and accessories included, you’ll be sure to keep warm and cozy with air mattresses, doonas, linen, blankets, pillows, hot water bottles and towels. You will also be supplied with cookware, appliances, utensils, an outdoor table and chairs, esky and a local goodie basket including fresh fruit, muesli, tea and coffee, sugar and milk.
Glamping with Nature provides overnight experiences for couples, families and groups and also offers exclusive retreats focusing on wellness and vitality. Please follow the link below to the Glamping with Nature website for further information about these unique camping experiences.
Nestled in the Southern Great Barrier Reef’s Keppel Group of islands is one of Australia’s best kept secrets; Pumpkin Island. The welcoming staff invite you to their island home where you’ll enjoy eco-friendly accommodation, secluded beaches, wildlife, water activities, beautiful sunsets and a whole lot of relaxation.
Located 14 kilometers off the coast of Yeppoon, Pumpkin Island is accessible by a 45-minute ferry tip from the Keppel Bay Marina in Yeppoon. The island offers 7 self-catering solar and wind powered bungalows and cottages suitable for couples, families and groups accommodating a maximum of 34 guests. Large groups can book exclusive use of the island.
Pumpkin Island hosts several yoga and wellness retreats throughout the year offering people an opportunity to disconnect from their busy lives and reconnect with the natural environment.
For further information on Pumpkin Island it’s sister island, Elysian Retreat, please visit the link below.