Margaret River glamping experience

Visitors to Western Australia can sleep under the stars – but with all the creature comforts – after a stylish new Margaret River glamping experience opened this week.

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The new Cape To Cape Explorer Tours glamping village features eight spacious and deluxe bell tents. It’s an exciting new accommodation offering at Prevelly, Margaret River’s beachside suburb.

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The comfortable tents are located on a sweeping green expanse at the 3.5-star SurfPoint Resort property. That’s just minutes’ walk from the beach and right on the popular Cape to Cape Track hiking trail. The glamping tents are available exclusively to visitors to the region who book through Cape to Cape Explorer Tours.

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“We are incredibly stoked to have this glamping option available right here in the very middle of the Cape to Cape Track,” Cape to Cape Explorer Tours managing director Gene Hardy says. “The glamping option is perfect way to relax, unwind and re-connect with nature.”

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SurfPoint Resort general manager Nic Chirico said the exclusive campsite is “perfect for adventurers who want to hike and camp without the hassle of carrying a heavy pack along the Track”. “The facilities at SurfPoint allow hikers to enjoy a hot shower and kitchen facilities before going to sleep under the stars in their comfortable queen-sized bed,” she said.

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Tents are on pads of crushed limestone sourced from a quarry just 6km away through Redgate Lime & Earthmoving. “Collaborating with Redgate Lime was integral to our project and the limestone brings benefits to our campers, balancing alkalinity and helping with a better night’s sleep,” Ms Chirico says.

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The interiors of the tents are designed and supplied by Glam by Design. Side tables are custom made by the Cowaramup Men’s Shed using local timber. And trees are supplied by Geographe Landcare Nursery.

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Glamping adventure experiences can be booked in three different packages:

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1. The Classic 3-Day Self-Guided Glamping Experience. It comes with two nights’ luxury bell tent accommodation. And the option of two self-guided hikes on the Cape to Cape Track.

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2. The Ultimate 3-Day Guided Glamping Adventure. It comes with two nights’ luxury bell tent accommodation. Daily breakfasts and a barbecue dinner. A hike on the stunning Cape to Cape Track with our expert guides. And a Sunset, Forest and Cave Explorer Tour.

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3. The 8-Day End-to-End Guided Cape To Cape Track Hike. It comes with 7 nights’ luxury bell tent accommodation. Healthy and nutritious meals plus dinners at local restaurants. And Cape To Cape Explorer Tours’ signature end-to-end hike traversing the 124km length of the Track over seven days with expert guides, track transfers and all logistics taken care of.

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Glamping guests can also add on catering packages and hampers. Extra guided hiking and adventure experiences. And massages and a float-tank session to kick back and unwind in the fabulous region.

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“Joining a Cape to Cape Explorers Tour is the ultimate way to experience the Cape to Cape Track. That’s because our guides are all local and have extensive knowledge about the Track and the local regional attractions,” Ms Chirico says.

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To book go to www.capetocapetours.com.au/glamping/ or email info@capetocapetours.com.au

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More about Cape to Cape Explorer Tours

Cape to Cape Track

We’re a multi-award-winning company based in the beautiful Margaret River region of Western Australia. Specialising in unique walking experiences, guiding and trekking support on the stunning Cape to Cape Track.

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It’s a 124km, multi-day hike through a recognised World Biodiversity Hotspot that traverses rugged coastal scenery. Majestic forests. Heathland packed with orchids and wildflowers. And white-sand beaches.

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We provide expert guiding, transport and logistics. Quality accommodation at our 3.5-star SurfPoint Resort and glamping experience. And in-house catering aimed at reducing waste and ensuring our hikers have the best home-made meals and healthy trail lunches.

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Guests leave feeling inspired and rejuvenated by nature. With new friends. And a respect for and understanding of the geology, flora, fauna, history and culture of the region.