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Located in the beautiful wine region of Margaret River in Australia’s Southwest you will find one of the most unique accommodations we have ever stayed in. If camping isn’t your thing, don’t be put off when you hear stories of travellers heading down south with campervans and tents, oh no these dome-shaped self contained villas at Mile End Glamping fall into the glamping “glamorous camping” category.

Located way off the main road on a Australian farm in a small town called Yelverton, we spent a night enjoying the relaxing sounds of nature & farm life while spotting kangaroos hopping by. Leave your phones and laptops behind (but make sure you bring your camera) because this is an off-the-grid luxury trip that you will never forget.

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

Glamping Inside a Dome

Just perfect for myself and Jess, our dome villa had everything we could want. Our nights sleep was on the worlds comfiest king sized four poster bed, our breakfast (we had pancakes ofcourse) was prepared in our kitchen and that night we enjoyed a relaxing spa bath outside with the stars above us.

The highlight of the dome was the giant floor-to-roof window stretched right across the living area with views visible from your bed. Positioned against the sunrise/set you won’t need to worry about being awoken at early hours of the morning, even though we suggest setting an alarm as the morning sunrise was a spectacle worth getting up for.

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

What to do: Do Nothing

This is one of those travel experiences where we recommend you just take your time to enjoy where you are and simply just sit back and relax. Instead use your travel time driving home the next day to enjoy the wine region of Margaret River. The native bushland is more green, luscious and Mediterranean than you may expect on your trip to the Australian Southwest.

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

Mile End Glamping

Our Experience

Arriving to slight showers and waking up to a very windy day did little to dampen our experience. Our time spent away from phones and internet was welcoming and much needed. We recommend bringing supplies to your dome as you will have your very own kitchen to prepare meals. Jess cooked up an Italian dinner followed by dessert found in our welcome hamper of fresh coffee and local fudge from the area.

Our day was long, but much needed to slow down and enjoy our time. Star gazing from our outdoor spa followed by one of the best sleeps we have ever had was the perfect way to unwind.

If you return home from a night away and immediately start telling friends and family to book a nights stay, you know you have found a place worth sharing about.

You can book one of these stunning Domes for AUD$300 per night twin share. 

Stephen and Jess signoff

Flying The Nest was welcomed as a guest of Mile End Glamping, however as always all opinions are our own.


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  • glamping goals for sure! I would love to stay in one of those for a weekend getaway 🙂

  • Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    Woah! That’s the kind of camping I can totally see myself doing. Who says you have to rough it?

  • Oh how fun, I really love going glamping. I’d love to add this to my bucket list because those domes are pretty neat looking.

  • Jeanette

    I cannot wait to go explore Australia Sunday. We’ll have to check out this place when we do get there. It looks like a place that would be wonderful to get away from it all.

  • Kelly Hutchinson

    Wow. That looks amazing. I would love to go glamping in one of these domes.

  • Emerald

    Glamping in Australia sounds like an experience of a lifetime! I can’t even imagine being able to do that. <3

  • Yeah, I do not do actual camping… but glamping I am totally cool with! I would love to visit this beautiful dome and do some glamping!

  • That looks like a looks like an amazing place for glamping!! We have camped in yurts before they look like perfect place to go with family!

  • Michelle Delgado

    Now, this I would do. The domes look like so much fun, and comfortable!

  • blm03

    This would be so much fun. I thinjkt he family would love it too!

  • While I love old fashioned tent or even camper camping, glamping sounds like it would be nice and relaxing as well. I’d especially love to glamp w/o the kids.

  • Now, this is my kind of camping. I like the traditional camping tents, but this looks more fun and comfortable.

  • Kathy

    That is so neat! That would be a lot of fun being in a dome like that. I think my girls would absolutely love it there. Very beautiful photos too.

  • Eileen Mendoza Loya

    Awesome! Now that is glamping! I wish I could experience that in my lifetime. It would be so nice to wake up watching the sunrise!

  • The Cubicle Chick

    If I could camp like this, I would definitely do it. That dome look amazing and I may have to look into a camping trip like this. Thanks

  • This looks like so much fun. I haven’t been camping in years. I want tone though. It would be awesome to spend time outdoors and away from technology.

  • michele d

    Looks like a wonderful place to visit! Glamping sounds like so much fun.

  • Lynn Dee

    Wow! Glamorous camping indeed! That dome is gorgeous! I could live there. 🙂

  • Erin Shebish

    Oh my goodness, that is incredible! Seriously. I could spend an entire season there!

  • Tracy Iglesias

    Let’s just say camping as a child does not bring back happy memories, this kind of Glamping sounds great though! 🙂

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

  • ckrusch

    I would love to be in a place like this! Sooo cool!

  • That looks awesome and so relaxing. I’ll have to check it out next time I’m across.