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15 Best Yurts in Australia To Rent For a Glamping Getaway

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15 Best Yurts in Australia To Rent For a Glamping Getaway

You’ll have numerous options when searching for the best yurts in Australia. Yurts are some of the best ways to camp in nature without sacrificing the comforts of a home. Most yurt rentals in Australia are set in pristine natural locations, allowing you to enjoy the scenic beauty of nature while also enjoying outdoor adventures.

Yurts are some of Australia’s most luxurious glamping accommodations, where you can immerse in a picturesque setting while staying in a uniquely designed structure. These tents have comfortable sleeping spaces and modern amenities, allowing for a glamorous way to camp in nature.

If you want to experience how it is to sleep in a yurt, refer below for our list of incredible glamping options in this wondrous country!

Yurt Rentals in Australia

The 15 Best Yurt Rentals in Australia


Best Yurts in Australia Breakdown

Before you go through our list, refer to our quick breakdown of the best yurts in Australia to give you an idea of what to choose if you’re looking for something romantic, unique, luxurious, etc.

Overall Best Yurts in AustraliaYurt Hideaway Glamping

Best Luxury Yurts in AustraliaLongitude 131°

Coolest Yurts in AustraliaAlkira Eco-Glamping Retreat

Best Family-friendly Yurts in AustraliaYurts of Currumbin Valley

Most Romantic Yurts in AustraliaSecluded Tent in Western Australia

Most Unique Yurts in AustraliaThe Top Paddock

Yurts in Australia

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The 15 Best Yurt Rentals in Australia

You’ll find a long list of choices for the best yurts in Australia when you search online. To help you with your search, we’ve rounded up a list of the 15 best ones to help you find the perfect glamping getaway!


1) The Yurt Alpine Retreat

The Yurt Alpine Retreat Australia

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Where: Myrrhee, Victoria 

Price: $170+ per night

https://www.theyurtalpineretreat.com/

https://www.facebook.com/TheYurtAlpineRetreat/

Perched in the heart of the stunning wine region of King Valley in Victoria’s High Country, enjoy spectacular views when staying in the Yurt Alpine Retreat. You’ll sleep in a traditional yurt that’s cozy and beautifully decorated in the Mongolian style. Each can sleep two guests, so it’s worth checking out for couples on a romantic break. 

The yurts are kept warm in winter and cool in summer, so it’s an ideal place to stay any time of the year. Aside from enjoying the stunning views, you’ll find plenty of fun activities to do during your stay. You can visit some of the best wineries in the King Valley, go for a night drive, or explore nearby attractions like the Powers Lookout and Paradise Falls.


2) Longitude 131°

Longitude 131° - Yurts in Australia

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Where: Yulara, Northern Territory

Price: $2,800+ per night

https://longitude131.com.au/

https://www.facebook.com/longitude131/

If you want to splurge and indulge in luxury, stay in Longitude 131°, a luxury resort offering some of the best luxury yurts in Australia. It’s just outside Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you’ll find the famous Uluru Rock, also called Ayers Rock. 

The luxury tents of Longitude 131° feature floor-to-ceiling glass walls allowing you to enjoy unparalleled views of Uluru. Aside from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows, these tents have luxury beds, an ensuite bathroom with a shower, a private balcony with a day bed, a fireplace, and other sophisticated amenities for the most luxurious glamping experience.


3) Alkira Eco-Glamping Retreat

Alkira Eco-Glamping Retreat

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Where: Emerald, Victoria

Price: $167+ per night

https://www.alkiraglamping.com/

https://www.facebook.com/alkiraglampingretreat/

You’ll find the coolest yurts in Australia at Alkira Eco-Glamping Retreat, a luxury resort offering unique glamping accommodations, including a beautiful yurt. Voted one of Airbnb’s most wish-listed stays in Australia, staying in the yurt of Alkira Eco-glamping retreat is an incredible experience. 

Couples looking for a romantic and unique place to stay in Australia should consider this place. It’s a strictly adults-only resort, allowing you to enjoy pure relaxation. The yurt’s unique design exudes a restful ambiance and is cozy in winter and cool in summer.


4) Yarranungara Yurt Retreat

Yarranungara Yurt Retreat

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Where: Oxley, Victoria

Price: $144+ per night

https://yarranungara.com.au/

https://www.facebook.com/yarranungarayurtretreat/

If you’re looking for a secluded place to enjoy a romantic glamping experience, consider staying in Yarranungara Yurt Retreat, where you can enjoy unparalleled privacy and comfort, perfect for couples. The yurt offers stunning views of forest and waterways, an ideal place to immerse in nature and enjoy a relaxing getaway. 

Located in the heart of Victoria’s High Country, Yarranungara Yurt Retreat overlooks the stunning views of Hurdle Creek. It’s fully furnished and equipped with all the creature comforts, including an ensuite and kitchen. You can swing in the hammocks, stargaze by the fire on the deck, or enjoy romantic moments as you soak up the relaxing environment.


5) Yurt Hideaway Glamping

Where: Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne

Price: $220+ per night

https://yurthideaway.com.au/

https://www.facebook.com/yurthideaway/

Offering the ultimate glamping experience, Yurt Hideaway Glamping is our choice for the Overall Best Yurts in Australia. It’s only an hour’s drive from Melbourne and is tucked away in a quiet suburb, offering a tranquil and peaceful place to relax and unwind. The gorgeous yurt can sleep two guests, perfect for a rejuvenating solo retreat or a romantic couple’s getaway.

Centrally located in a residential area on Mornington Peninsula, the Yurt Hideaway Glamping offers many fun activities and opportunities for sightseeing. You will be close to the famous Peninsula Hot Springs, a day spa offering relaxing baths and massage treatments.

Yurt Hideaway Glamping

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6) The Yurt in Beautiful O’Connell

The Yurt in Beautiful O'Connell

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Where: O’connell, New South Wales

Price: $144+ per night

https://www.vrbo.com/9165757ha

If you’re a group of four friends planning a weekend getaway trip, this beautiful yurt in O’Connell is an ideal place to stay, as it has three beds and is spacious enough to sleep a maximum of four guests. It’s about 2 km from the historic village of O’Connell in New South Wales.

Surrounded by stunning views of the Fish River and the Valley of O’Connell, you are guaranteed to enjoy your stay in this fully furnished yurt. Aside from the comfy beds, the yurt has a bathroom, kitchenette, and everything you need for a comfortable camping trip. Spend your days exploring the nearby attractions or simply relax and gather at the deck as you soak up the breathtaking views.


7) Secluded Glamping Yurt in Western Australia

Where: Busselton, Western Australia

Price: $184+ per night

https://www.vrbo.com/7666317ha

Ideal for couples, this secluded tent is one of the most romantic yurts in Australia. It has stunning nature views and is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle while reconnecting with nature. The 30 sq. meter luxury tent has a comfy bed for two guests, an ensuite bathroom with a hot shower, and a lovely deck.

Offering a unique glamping experience while allowing you to enjoy some privacy, you are guaranteed to enjoy your stay in this lovely yurt. Begin your day with a morning coffee on the deck with 180-degree views. At night, cozy up with your loved one by the fire.

Secluded Glamping Yurt in Western Australia

Credit: VRBO


8) Byron Bay Hinterland Luxury Ivory Yurt

Where: Eureka, Victoria

Price: $61+ per night

https://www.booking.com/hotel/au/byron-bay-hinterland-luxury-ivory-yurt-eureka.en-gb.html

If you want to go on a holiday in Byron Bay, stay at this Luxury Ivory Yurt, about 2 km from the Cape Byron Lighthouse. The fully furnished tent has a double bed and sofa bed and has enough space to accommodate up to three guests, so it’s the ideal choice for small families and groups of friends. Aside from the comfy bed, the tent has basic amenities, like towels and linen.

The tent is heated, allowing for a comfortable stay in winter. Given its strategic location in Byron Bay, the yurt is an ideal base for exploring the area. The Brunswick Boat Harbor is only 35 km away, while the Ballina Racecourse is 39 km away.

Byron Bay Hinterland Luxury Ivory Yurt

Credit: Byron Bay Hinterland Luxury Ivory Yurt


9) Glamping at Zeehan Bush Camp

Where: Zeehan, Tasmania

Price: $113+ per night

https://www.booking.com/hotel/au/glamping-at-zeehan-bush-camp.en-gb.html

Enjoy breathtaking mountain views when glamping at Zeehan Bush Camp. Sleep in a luxury tent with a full-sized bed, heated blankets, seating, and heating. The glamping site has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including outdoor seating with a private campfire and firewood.

There are heated amenities a short walk from the tent, and you will have access to a large camp lounge with a kitchen with cooking amenities and a fridge. The tent is within the Zeehan Bush Camp, which also has self-contained cabins and offers the option to set up your own tent.

Glamping at Zeehan Bush Camp

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10) Yurts of Currumbin Valley

Where: Currumbin Valley, Queensland

Price: $156+ per night

https://www.booking.com/hotel/au/unique-two-bedroom-yurt-with-bath-house-in-eco-village.en-gb.html

The Yurts of Currumbin Valley is highly recommended if you’re looking for the best family-friendly yurts in Australia. It’s an award-winning eco-village featuring five traditionally designed yurts. Each yurt has two large double beds and can accommodate a maximum of four guests, so they are the perfect choice for families with kids. 

In addition, the eco-village has a playground on site, guaranteed to delight kids of all ages. Inside the tent, there’s a flat-screen TV with access to Netflix and Disney. Offering the perfect base for exploring the Currumbin Valley, it is only 10 km from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and 14 km from Burleigh Head National Park.

Yurts of Currumbin Valley

Credit: Yurts of Currumbin Valley


11) Namar Yurt in Ballandean

Where: Ballandean, Queensland

Price: $96+ per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/19231067

Nestled at the heart of a beautiful wine country in Queensland, Namar Yurt is a detached yurt that can sleep up to four guests. It’s nestled on a 6.5-acre of land with diverse wildlife, including strange bird varieties. You may even come across a kangaroo as you explore the area early in the morning or late afternoon.

The yurt has a spacious living area and a separate bedroom with a flat-screen TV. There’s also a kitchenette with basic cooking amenities, including a fridge and a microwave. Namar Yurt is only a short drive from the Girraween National Park and Storm King Dam. Both are popular attractions in Queensland. 

Namar Yurt in Ballandean - Yurts Australia

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12) Yurtopia – Mt Warning

Where: Tyalgum, New South Wales

Price: $162+ per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16931445

Yurtopia is one of the most beautiful yurts in Australia. While it’s not your typical yurt, it offers a luxurious glamping experience with spectacular views of nature. The spacious yurt can sleep four guests and has all the amenities you expect in a home. 

Amenities include super comfy beds, a kitchen, and a bathroom. The yurt is on a 42-acre of land with several walking tracks and a lovely creek. You can use the ground pool when you’re here in summer, while the indoor wood burner helps keep the place cozy during those cold winters.

Yurtopia - Mt Warning - Yurt with Pool

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13) The Top Paddock

Where: Yolla, Tasmania

Price: $152+ per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/47760309

For the most unique yurts in Australia, the Top Paddock is definitely high on the list. It’s a beautiful glamping site set on a 20-acre land and is popular among couples looking for a romantic place to unwind in nature. Best of all, it’s pet-friendly, so feel free to bring along your pets!

The tent is perched in the middle of a top paddock surrounded by beautiful nature views. While there’s no shower, there’s a wood-fired bath that you must light at least an hour before using. Enjoy total privacy and sleep to the relaxing sounds of nature.

The Top Paddock - Glamping yurt in Australia

Credit: Airbnb


14) Cedar Yurt in Forest Reefs

Where: Forest Reefs, New South Wales 

Price: $135+ per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/26084282

Here’s another gorgeous yurt to check out when visiting New South Wales. It’s perched high on a hill with stunning views reaching the village of Millthorpe. Perfect for couples, it’s one of the most romantic yurts in Australia that you can find. You will have everything you need for a relaxing stay, from a comfy bed to luxurious linen and indoor fire or air conditioning. 

The 12-sided luxury yurt is inside a farm and has a spacious deck with Adirondack chairs, and a fire pit, offering the perfect place for relaxing and enjoying the views. It also has a separate kitchen and bathroom.

Cedar Yurt in Forest Reefs

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15) Yurt and Bespoke Luxe Shepherds Hut

Where: Wingello, New South Wales

Price: $130+ per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/43529279

This self-contained bespoke luxury shepherd hut is one of the most beautiful yurts in Australia. It’s nestled on a 70-acre of land with horses and dogs at your doorstep. Located in the village of Wingello, it’s the perfect base for discovering the Southern Highlands.

The yurt can accommodate up to four guests. There’s a fire pit, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, barbecue facilities at the veranda, and a double burner gas cooker. You will be close to wineries, and you can enjoy fun activities like bushwalking and mountain biking.

Yurt and Bespoke Luxe Shepherds Hut

Credit: Airbnb


Am I Missing Any Amazing Yurts in Australia?

Australia is such an incredible and large country, and there are dozens more unique glamping and yurt stays in different regions! If you’ve visited Australia recently and stayed at an amazing yurt that should be included on this list, please do reach out!

I’d love to keep my list of yurt rentals and glamping getaways as up-to-date as possible with the coolest accommodation! 


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