Welcome to Willow Wood Glamping, Busselton’s first boutique glamping retreat. Retreat to nature in the style and comfort of their luxury eco tents designed with top-of-the-range features. Immerse yourself in the picturesque views of this hundred-acre farm where Highland cows roam and Kookaburras sing.
Willow Wood Glamping Retreat is a 10-tent luxury eco stay on a 100-acre farming property in Ambergate – a quiet rural hinterland between Busselton and Margaret River, 15 minutes from the new Busselton-Margaret River airport.
The luxury eco tents enjoy stylish boho coastal and farm luxe décor, top-of-the-range features with generous living areas, an outdoor deck, fully equipped ensuite bathroom, kitchenette, king or queen-size bed, heating/cooling, lounges, armchairs, and natural fibre rugs. Willow Wood provide a locally sourced breakfast hamper for your first night with them.
Relax and unwind in the privacy and tranquillity of your eco tent whilst you take in the stunning views of the native bush and farmland. Owners Kevin and Amber Kelly are rehabilitating the farm’s nature reserves, and highland cows accompany the abundance of birdlife and kangaroos.
Guests have exclusive access to healing spa treatments in a dedicated eco tent created purely for relaxation and rejuvenation.
Willow Wood is honoured to partner with Larn’wa Australia for its spa treatments. Larn’wa is a collective of voices from traditional and modern Aboriginal rituals, plant wisdom and holistic knowledge, woven into unique treatment experiences and exclusive face and body care products. Larn’wa’s exquisite collection of unique products using pure Australian Botanicals and treatment protocols, is developed in consultation with Aboriginal Elders, communities, and friends.
Willow Wood is centrally located for exploring the Margaret River region – 15 minutes from iconic Busselton Jetty, 10 minutes to shopping in Vasse, 25 minutes to the beautiful Dunsborough & Yallingup coastlines and 35 minutes to Margaret River town. Willow Wood is the closest accommodation to Ambergate Reserve, a haven for hikers and birdwatchers.