About Pure Glamping
Pure Glamping will be launching at Creswick Holiday Park very soon!
Pure Glamping. Be Immersed.
Reconnect with nature in five-star comfort and a hassle-free experience.
Introducing Pure Glamping at Creswick Holiday Park, 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
- Glassware, crockery and cutlery provided
- Ice box/cooler
- 1x 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 Creswick Holiday Park 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, by the shores of Lake Calembeen and surrounded by spectacular scenery. You'll enjoy the wide-open spaces, an abundance of wildlife, and everywhere you turn you'll see mountains.
Just a short drive from Melbourne, Creswick is the ideal destination for a family weekend getaway, mid-week break, or stay longer if you want to spoil yourself..
Creswick is a historic former gold-mining town, located between Ballarat and Daylesford, approximately a 2 hour drive from Melbourne.
Creswick offers a number of natural attractions and outdoor activities for visitors, set within an attractive forested area. Enjoy bushwalking and scenic drives through the extensive Creswick Regional Park. Visit Calambeen Park which was the town's Chinese camp in the goldmining days and now features lakes which are suitable for fishing or swimming. Park Lake Botanical Reserve, located on the Midland Highway, is a 15 hectare park which was established in 1860 and features a lake, rotunda, established trees and recreational facilities.