Safari-Style Tented Cabins on the East Coast of TasmaniaScamander, Tasmania (Australia)
Safari-Style Tented Cabins on the East Coast of Tasmania
"We had a lovely stay. Great place to chill out and enjoy your time."
There are six safari-style tented cabins on this campsite on the East Coast of Tasmania. Three of the tents are family tents, which each contain a queen-size bed and two sets of bunk beds. The other three tents are couples' safari tents, which each come with a queen-size bed. All beds include linens, and the beds lie against walls of canvas, allowing a sense of sleeping outdoors and under the stars.
The tents have private bathrooms and showers, as well as kitchens, which each contain a fridge, a microwave, a toaster, a coffeemaker, a portable stovetop, and basic cookware. Beautiful decks are attached to each cabin, where guests can sit and hear the sound of the waves while overlooking the bushland. The cabins have electricity, Wi-Fi, television sets, and DVD players.
Glampers will be spoiled with facilities at this luxury camping site, including free access to Steele Beach, two communal electric barbecues, and a camp kitchen equipped with a fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, cutlery, and basic kitchenware. Guests will also enjoy private shower stalls and toilets, as well as coin-operated laundry machines. The family-friendly park has a fantastic playground to entertain the kids.
- Air conditioning
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Electric blankets
- Joined in 2017
- More than 20 bookings
3 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
A porta-cot may be requested.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Scamander, Tasmania (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
The sandy atmosphere opens doors to all sorts of activities including cricket, beach picnics, and even just walking to clear the mind while taking in the natural beauty that Tasmania holds. On a similar note, the water surrounding the campsite begs guests to swim, surf, kayak, paddle board, and go fishing. Athletic glampers have the option to golf or play tennis near the site as well. For those looking to venture off on day trips, the Bay of Fires, Bicheno, and Binalong Bay are all an hour or less away. The Pub in the Paddock is an iconic local restaurant rich in history and home to crowd-drawing Priscilla the Pig.