Sunday, 1 July 2018

Glamping spreads its wings to the Barossa

Getaways to Australia's most famous wine region are set to reach a new level of eco-luxe with the launch of a luxury glamping experiences at Discovery Parks - Barossa. 
Nestled within a private area of the park, the 12 eco-friendly safari tents are set among gums trees and have vineyard views as far as the eye can see.

With the tents sharing a private swimming pool with heated spa, and premium barbecue and lounge area, they offer a new option for those looking to embrace comfort while being close to nature
Each tent features a private three-metre deck, en-suite bathroom, kitchenette and spacious bedroom configured with either a king-sized bed or two twins.
Bookings are now open ahead of the official launch in August, with the Safari Tents priced at $250 per tent, per night.

Discovery Parks - Barossa offers the closest glamping experience to Adelaide and is promoted as being perfect for romantic weekends away and special events. 
Discovery Parks chief commercial officer Darren Peisley said the Barossa glamping experience has been modelled on the success of Discovery's Byron Bay safari tents
“Two years ago, we launched a glamping experience in Byron Bay," he said. "The experience quickly elevated the park to one of the hottest properties in the area, attracting visitors who are after unique luxury experiences while still being in touch with nature.
“Increasingly, people are seeking holiday experiences that are more genuine than can be found from the confines of a hotel room. They are embracing ways to enjoy the environment sustainably - and there is no better part of the world to enjoy nature than in one of the world's best wine regions, with cellar doors at your doorstep!
“We will soon be launching a similar experience on Rottnest Island in Western Australia."
The safari tents are an award-winning design by EcoStructures Australia and are made from the highest-grade canvas available. They are wind tolerant up to Category 5 cyclones and 100% waterproof. 
For more information and to book visit www.discoveryparks.com.au or call 1800 356 801.

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