Bell tents and Teepees set up wherever you desire
Glamping around Perth is really easy with Totem Glamping and we would love to set up our bell tents and teepees in your backyard or on your property (minimum 5m x 5m for Teepee’s and 6m x 6m for Bell tents with and a nice solid surface). Our group glamping packages are perfect for those at home or on farm celebrations. If you are planning a wedding, engagement, milestone birthday, retreat or just want to get the family or friends together we can provide all your accommodation on site.
Backyard parties and sleepovers in our Teepees or Bell tents create a wonderful environment for kids keeping them close but not in the house.
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But here in Western Australia we are absolutely blessed to have some beautiful “Glamping locations” within 1-2 hours drive of the Perth CBD. Of course we are happy to go further as well but we will provide a list of locations that we have scouted out for you and we know that you will love.
Here are some of our favourite places, all require prior bookings to secure your chosen campsite.
For those who want to get away and enjoy lake swimming, water sports, bushwalking, mountain biking but still not too far from the small country village of Chidlow. Lake Leschenaultia campground has powered and unpowered sites, ablution block and cafe.
The Swan Valley discovery park has the perfect vineyard backdrop for your glamping getaway and its only 25 mins from Perth CBD. There are powered sites and the caravan park has all the facilities you will need. The best part is access to the beautiful Swan Valley. The park is situated next to the Valencia complex, where you can stroll next door to enjoy the Cider house, Ironbark brewery and the Old fig tree restaurant.
Only 50km North of Perth is the Yanchep National Park, here you can meet Koalas and spot Western Grey Kangaroos. The woodlands and wetlands also offer plenty of opportunities for spotting a wide variety of bird life, it really is a nature lovers paradise. You can also enjoy bushwalking, caving and learn about the rich culture and history of the Noongar people at the Aboriginal experience. The campground is purpose built with grassed group camping sites, easy access new ablution block and BBQ and communal fire pit in season. To book your site contact Parks and Wildlife at