Glamping Days Hire Company

Indicative Rate * AU$299 to AU$599

Glamping Days Hire Co offers the most unique accommodation on the Gold Coast. With a range of European imported bell tents, their customers are the envy of all other campers.

Offering a full booking service, and with a wealth of local knowledge, staff can assist you in choosing the right campground for your family.

They will do all the liaising, booking and setting up, so when you arrive, all you need to do is check in with the campground and you’ll be directed to your campsite, where your glamping tent will await you.

Their unique bell tents can accommodate up to five guests and are furnished with high quality air beds, crisp linens and bright furnishings – making sure your holiday accommodation will be the envy of other campers and etched in your memory forever. They can even source powered campsites and provide a fridge, fan or heater for your tent!

The Gold Coast boasts some of the most picturesque campgrounds in Queensland and Glamping Day's goal is to make sure you can experience them - without the usual fuss of camping.

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44A Currumbin Creek Road
Currumbin Waters, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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