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Top 5 places to spend holidays away in NSW this January

With forced annual leave at plenty of work places, Christmas time off and more of a reason ever to get the hell outta town for a bit for that much-needed R&R, the time to escape is now.

And with so many options out there of places to go and call ‘home’ for a few days from full hotels and self-contained residences to something a little more self-contained than usual, it’s hard to decide which to pick.

Glamping Hub is one of the world’s foremost destinations for when getting a bit of the great outdoors without the bugs, dirt and wilderness comes knocking and they do it well. And the best bit? They don’t only do glamping options, so for those of us who’re a little more accustomed to four walls and a solid roof, they’ve got you covered, too.

The options for travel and some flashy, glampy destinations around New South Wales are seemingly endless and here are five of their most popular for when you feel like taking a different kind of trip…

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Shoalhaven

Glamping Hub Shoalhaven

These luxurious African safari tent rentals situated on Greenwell Point, New South Wales have been created with the luxuries of hotel accommodation alongside the escapism and adventure of camping. They are perfect for a couple or young family and sleep a maximum of two adults and two children. See these accommodation options right here.

Jervis Bay

Glamping Hub Jervis Bay

The original, deluxe and king deluxe safari tents are complete with quality linens and a wraparound deck with outdoor furniture setting. They are fully screened from insects and have solar powered lighting. You even get your own private open-air ensuite bathroom with a hot shower. See more about these Jervis Bay accommodations here.

Mudgee

Glamping Hub Mudgee

This cosy country cottage on the Cudgegong River is located northwest of Sydney in Mudgee and can accommodate two guests. There is one master suite bedroom, one full bathroom, and a common room, while the master suite comes with a king size bed and two nightstands and the bathroom comes with a toilet and a shower. See more about this adorable establishment in the countryside right here.

Kingswood

Glamping Hub Kingswood bell tent

Nothing says glamping quite like a bell tent in the middle of nowhere and this options give you all the bells-n-whistles you need for the top-notch experience.┬áThe Luxury Getaway for two package includes one queen-size EuroBed and two wine glasses to allow couples to relax after long days of adventuring. See what it’s all about right here.

Robertson

Glamping Hub Robertson Yurt

This handcrafted yurt rental is ideal for a unique glamping getaway about an hour and a half away from Sydney. It can accommodate four guests within one bedroom, one loft space, and one full bathroom. In the bedroom, you’ll find a comfortable queen-size bed to rest their heads on after a tiring day of exploring or surfing in Sydney. See what it’s like at the Glamping Hub website.

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