This guys, is what we like to call a glamping game-changer on the Coast. We’re thrilled to announce that an uber-luxe glamping ground will be opening this year and it’s the best we’ve seen yet.
Did we mentioned this amazing new spot is equipped with its own BAR for afternoon drinkies by the waterfront?! Yep, because it is.
When we said game-changer, we really meant it. There is no other experience like it on the Coast and we’re pretty damn lucky to have scored this right in our very own backyard.
Let’s all say a very warm welcome to Habitat Noosa.
This eco-camping spot is located 25 minutes north of Noosa at the stunningly beautiful Elanda Point. Over the sprawling 65 acres of bushland you’ll be able to glamp, or even camp, should it take your fancy. Some of the glamping tents even come equipped with their own ensuites. How incredible is that?
There will be a range of water sports available too including canoeing, kayaking, SUPing and sailing. And if that wasn’t enough for your little outdoor-loving hearts, there are even bushwalking and boat tours available to ensure EVERYONE is kept happy during their stay.
But if we’re honest, you’ll probably find us at the bar (surprised?), where the folks at Habitat Noosa will have their own craft brew on tap. How freakin’ amazing is that?!
There will also be a bistro on site serving up amazing locally-sourced bites and we’re struggling to see any reason for you to ever leave.
While we don’t have an exact opening date for Habitat Noosa just yet, we’ve heared it will be sometime over winter—stay tuned for updates. When we know, you’ll know.
Where: Habitat Noosa
Where: Elanda Point, 25 minutes north of Noosa
When: Opening winter 2018
So you love a glamp then? We’ve rounded up the best glamping spots on the Sunshine Coast here for you to check out while you wait for Habitat Noosa to re-launch. Feel like getting your glamp on, island style? Check out Stradbroke Island's latest glampig offering here. Ok so you insist on camping? Here's our fave camping spots on the Sunshine Coast.
Image credit: Amy Higg for The Urban List