Mirumiru Bubbletent

Captain Moonlite Bubbletent under the Milky Way
Couple eating on deck next to Bubbletent
Adult lying on queen size bed watching stars in clear roof Bubbletent
Captain Moonlite Bubbletent with Mount Mackenzie in the background
Blue skies outside Captain Moonlite
French vintage outdoor bathtub
Clear roof inflatable bubbletent bedroom
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Outdoor vintage english bathtub

Mirumiru Bubbletent

57 Holleys Road, Tenterfield, New South Wales 2372

0459 116 643



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Mirumiru Bubbletent is Australia's first Bubbletent glamping experience for couples, friends and now - families. It is opened for the cool season months. It offers off-grid glamping accommodation on a privately-owned farm located just a short drive from the historic village of Tenterfield. Each Bubbletent accommodates two adults and in an Australian glamping first, young guests can sleep in a suspended Tiny Bubble Tent in the surrounding gum trees, complete with GlamSwags for a fun night's sleep. Each Bubbletent and Tiny Bubbletent roof is entirely transparent, providing a 180-degree night-time star gazing experience from the comfort of your bed. Bubbletent guests enjoy a queen-sized bed, premium natural linens, internal composting eco-toilet, and complimentary toiletries. Outside the spacious deck area is the perfect romantic high-country location to sit with a sundowner in hand. It’s here where guests can also relax in a vintage outdoor bath and shower. A self-catering stay is made easy no matter the weather with undercover gas cooking or traditional campfire cooking facilities. Guests can do nothing but relax here or they can head into the Federation village of Tenterfield for dining, shopping and sightseeing. Mirumiru Bubbletent is a three and a half hour drive from Brisbane, Gold Coast and two and a half hours from Northern New South Wales. It's a six hour plus drive from Sydney.

Facilities found here

Carpark, Family Friendly, Non Smoking, Open Fireplace, Outdoor Dining Area, Outdoor Furniture,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.