Where To Sleep Under The Stars In NSW

By: Eleni Stefanovski, 28 August 2020

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There are few things more tranquil and awe-inspiring than gazing up into a glittering night sky. A family slumber in the great outdoors is something we should all try at least once in our lives. If you need a bit of inspiration on where to set up camp, we've compiled our top 6 places in NSW to sleep under the stars.

Avant-Garde Camping, Throughout NSW

 Avant-Garde Camping

Avant-Garde Camping Co offers luxury camping hire throughout NSW so you can sleep under the stars wherever you like with all the feels of a pop-up hotel! The best part is they do everything for you - their whimsical pop-up bell tents are straight out of a fairytale and come fully equipped with everything you need including king-sized beds, interior lighting, luxury toiletries, cutlery, chairs, solar power, firewood and more. Avant-Garde Camping also offers wedding and birthday party packages, romantic weekenders and family camping trip for up to 20 glampers. 

Bubble Tent At Capertee Valley

For one of the most jaw-dropping, unique, and once in a lifetime experience, you have to visit Bubble Tent at Capertee Valley where you can sleep under the stars in a clear and inflatable bubble tent in superior comfort and convenience in the remoteness of the country. The off-grid glamping tent is located on a remote part of a working farm between Lithgow and Mudgee and offers panoramic views of Capertee Valley, the second biggest canyon in the world. 

Warrumbungle National Park Astro Accommodation 

The International Dark Sky Association recently included Warrumbungle National Park in NSW’s central west on its elite list of dark-sky parks, one of only 38 in the world and the first in the southern hemisphere. This means it has a seriously impressive starry sky and not surprisingly makes it a top destination for stargazing. Skywatch Observatory offers a two-bedroom apartment with a sitting area and courtyard, perfect for families. A fully cooked breakfast and guided tours of the night sky (weather permitting) are included in your booking. The observatory houses a 12.5-inch Newtonian Telescope and offers great views of the major planets when they are in the sky.

Flashcamp Coolendel

Located a 2.5-hour drive down the South Coast from Sydney (or thirty minutes from Nowra), the remote glamping campsite offers a true bush experience, only with luxe tents stocked with thoughtful amenities. Flashcamp at Coolendel is built for those who love the idea of getting out into nature and under the stars but perhaps haven’t got the gear or just prefer to let someone else do all the work! It offers the joy of camping out under the stars but without all the hard work of traditional camping. Here, you will be greeted with spacious 5 & 6m canvas bell tents complete with full-size beds, linen, solar lighting, icebox and outdoor furniture as well as access to a fully equipped camp kitchen and all-weather communal lounge area, the perfect base for exploring Coolendel and its surrounds.

Sierra Escape Mudgee 

Located 260km north-west of Sydney, Sierra Escape is Mudgee's first and only luxe glamping retreat and a picture-perfect place to sleep under the stars. The 280-acre property boasts spectacular views and is home to wildlife including kangaroos, deer and a variety of native birds. The original glamorous tent includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a king-sized bed, a camp stove and fridge, an ethanol fireplace and a separate bathroom complete with freestanding bath, shower and flushing toilet. It's insulated for all seasons, and there's even a deck out front where you can kick back and enjoy a romantic getaway with your partner (sorry, kids aren't invited to this one!). 

Honeymoon Bay, Jervis Bay 

For a real Aussie summer stargazing experience, you can’t beat the beauty of camping at Honeymoon Bay, a family-friendly spot located in Jervis bay.  Honeymoon Bay is a small sheltered bay to spend a day by the beach, snorkel and paddle in the sea. Here you’ll have the chance to make friends with hundreds of local kangaroos as well as enjoy other secluded beaches and bush walks. Camping sites at Honeymoon Bay are fully booked during the summer months and are allocated via a ballot.

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