About Pure Glamping
Pure Glamping. Be Immersed.
Reconnect with nature in five-star comfort and a hassle-free experience.
Introducing Pure Glamping at Lake Wivenhoe, the ultimate luxe glamping experience. Your home away from home, under the stars, where camping meets glamour.
Arrive. Relax. Disconnect. Breathe.
Seclusion at your doorstep, enjoy and explore the serenity of the great outdoors or choose to retreat to the privacy of your very own Pure Glamp site. Styled with all the modern features you can expect of a luxury hotel, you can disconnect from technology and be effortlessly fused into a remote wonderland.
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- Luxury queen bed - includes linen
- Outdoor fire pit with seating (please note, only available in non-fire danger periods)
- Glassware, crockery and cutlery provided
- Ice box/cooler
- 1x bag of firewood & bag of ice provided on arrival
- Amenities pack
- USB charging ports
- Bluetooth Speaker
- Lock to lock tent - personal codes supplied
- Camp Lantern
- Electric BBQs in communal area
Pure Glamping at Lake Wivenhoe is the ideal getaway for those looking to retreat. From couples to families, our glamping experiences are a step into the outdoors, without the need to set up, pack-down, or move campsite. Simply arrive and enjoy it!
Experience Pure Glamping, nestled on the shore of Lake Wivenhoe, the largest lake in South East Queensland, providing more than half of the region's drinking water.
Just 90 minutes north-west of Brisbane, Lake Wivenhoe is a great place for canoeing, kayaking, and rowing. There is a small beach area to get your feet wet, as well as lots of grassy areas to run around, kick a football or lay out a picnic blanket.
Enjoy access to the multi-use trails for walking, hiking, running, mountain biking, and horse riding.
Logan's Inlet is the designated swimming area. The ideal spot for taking a dip, scuba diving, or snorkelling. From here, take your boat out for a day of sailing or fishing. Don't forget to get a fishing permit from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries if you intend on dropping a line in Lake Wivenhoe.