Secluded Tent Rental Surrounded by Nature near Adelaide in South Australia
Private Tent I 2 Guests I 1 Double I Private Bathroom
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Hosted a verified guest
- Private Barbecue
Glampers will be supplied with cutlery, glasses, and plates for two. The wine opener will come in handy for the "welcome" bottles of wine and any bottles to be enjoyed thereafter. Quick wash-ups can be done inside the tent using the wash bowl and water jug equipped with hand towels and soap. Insect repellant will provide welcomed relief from any unwelcome pests during time spent outdoors, especially in the bush!
Outside, there is a unique bathroom with a dry drop toilet, a washbasin, a mirror, and a camp shower. Glampers can clean up and be one with nature all at the same time.
If you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
- 1 Double bed
- Linens and pillows
- 1 Bathroom
- Fire pit
- Private Barbecue
It is most convenient for guests to have their own vehicle, but a bicycle is also an option for a more adventurous experience. There is a private entrance to the property and glampers can park on the premises. Public transport up to McLaren Flat is available and many tour companies offer day trips around the area.
Glampers are free to explore the grounds and take bush walks as long as they stay inside the fenced area and are respectful to the land.
Please note: there is no running water, electricity, or Wi-Fi at this site. That said, drinking water and washing water are provided and there is an outside bathroom with a non-flushing dry drop toilet, a hand washing basin, and a camp shower.
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
Situated high on a hilltop, this property overlooks the McLaren Vale wine region and offers complete seclusion from the rest of the world. Hopping kangaroos may just pass by while watching the stunning sunsets over the Vale. McLaren Vale is the producer of many of the worlds most delectable wines. The pristine beaches of Maslin Beach, Port Willunga, Aldinga or Sellicks Beach are just a 15-minutes drive away. The popular Christies Beach can be reached in 25 minutes. The capital city of Adelaide is just over 50 minutes away and is the fifth most populous city in Australia. This coastal capital offers many parks, botanical gardens, and zoos. It is here that the closest international airport is located making for easy access for those traveling from abroad.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Water sports
- Scuba diving
Shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and sporting activities are all within easy reach of the property. Movies nights, skating, swimming, and bowling are just a few of the nearby amenities for glampers to enjoy. Major shopping centers are ideal for fun and at the same time, offer necessities and conveniences.
Outdoor adventures abound in Blewitt Springs and the surrounding areas. Horseback riding, biking, hiking, and walking are great ways to explore the land. Those looking to get out on or in the water can choose from sailing, "snuba," swimming, or kayaking. Soaring to new heights are also an option with skydiving, airplane, helicopter, and balloon tours. Museums, art galleries, and wineries provide for the more low key, yet enjoyable experiences.
Jubilee Park, located by the Onkaparinga River in Port Noarlunga, is said to be the "best playground in the south of Adelaide." Kids can be occupied for hours as they play, climb, slide, and swing at this multi-level wooden masterpiece. Onkaparinga River National Park is a great place for hiking and kayaking with its cliffs, ridges, and gorges, all set in a river valley home to a variety of wildlife.
Visitors can head to Adelaide where they will find the "best-kept secret of Adelaide South"... Christies Beach Tourist Park. The park is situated beside a popular surf beach and reef where visitors will be treated to spectacular views of the Gulf of St. Vincent. The park is just 20 miles south of Adelaide and is on the cusp of the McLaren Vale wine region, Kangaroo Island, and many other attractions along the Fleurieu Peninsula. One of those attractions is the popular 22-mile Coast to Vines Trail. Waling or biking along the trail will offer amazing scenery of the vineyards and surrounding historic villages. A camera is a definite must! The trail also acts as a segway to some of the world-class food and wines available in the region.
Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
There is no smoking allowed.
The property is not suitable for pets.
No parties or events are allowed.