Local Escapes

A Mini Glamping Suburb Has Just Popped Up In Country NSW

By Ange Law
16th Apr 2018

Glamping pop-ups come and go, but this one might just be our fave to date. Really guys. A glamping village has just opened in New South Wales and not only are the tents cute and comfy AF, but they’re also fully decked out with comfortable bedding and happen to be sitting on a huge working farm. 

The glamping pop-up is happening on the grounds of Mayfield Garden, which is in Oberon and just a measly three-and-a-half-hour drive west of Sydney. That means zero light pollution and more stargazing than your little city heart can handle. 

So, what does it all mean? Basically, you’ll just need to head to their website and book a tent. One night will set you back a chill $250 which is probably worth it when you consider the bell tents comfortably sleep two people, are each rocking vintage rugs and proper beds (with a real mattress) and the site even has bathrooms close by. Plus, the overnight cost also includes dinner for you and your guest—we’ll warn you though, they’ll supply the goods and you’ll have to cook it yourself, because #countrylife. 

We also need to mention that you’ll have to book a minimum of two nights. But you were probably going to do that anyway, right? This 15-tent pop-up is hanging around from 23 March to 30 April thanks to Simple Pleasures Camping Co. You can book your tent here

Looking for somewhere to do a spot of regular camping? Read this

Image credit: via Simple Pleasures Camping Co Instagram

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