Aerial of glamping tents at Sal Salis in Western Australia © Aquabumps

Sal Salis, Ningaloo, Western Australia © Aquabumps

Australia’s most unmissable sustainable stays

View of the pool at Blackbird hotel at sunset © Blackbird/Saul Goodwin @propertyshotphotography

Blackbird, Mullumbimby Creek, New South Wales © Blackbird/Saul Goodwin @propertyshotphotography

Fun fact

The Blackbird property was once a banana farm: hardwood timber from the old banana packing shed was recycled to create the chic reception building.

Woman relaxing by the pool at Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island in New South Wales © tom-archer.com

Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island, New South Wales © tom-archer.com

Did you know?

Only 400 visitors are allowed on Lord Howe Island at any time.

Aerial view of Alkina Lodge in Victoria © Alkina Lodge

Alkina Lodge, Wattle Hill, Victoria © Alkina Lodge

Fun fact

The lodge also generates its own power through solar panels and a small wind generator, and harvests rain to ensure a self-sufficient water supply. 

Couple sits inside their glamping tent at Nightfall in Queensland © Nightfall

Nightfall, Lamington, Queensland © Nightfall

Couple relaxing at sunset at Faraway Bay on the north east Kimberley coast © Tourism Western Australia

Faraway Bay, Kimberley, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

View of the surrounding Flinders Ranges from dining table at Arkaba Conservancy in South Australia © Arkaba Conservancy/Randy Larcombe

Arkaba Conservancy, Flinders Ranges, South Australia © Arkaba Conservancy/Randy Larcombe

Did you know?

Arkaba is a member of The Long Run, a global alliance of conservation-dedicated hotels and resorts.

Exterior of a glamping tent at Sal Salis in Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

The infinity pool overlooking the wetlands at Bamurru Plains in Kakadu National Park © Tourism NT/Jewels Lynch

Bamurru Plains, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Jewels Lynch