Glaravaning is a real thing

We’re staying at Big 4 at Sandstone Point, and it doesn’t feel right to call it camping. Sure, we’re in our caravan, but this is more like a resort stay with a side of hanging out in a caravan.

If glamping is mainstream now (glamorous camping), surely glaravnaning should be too?

For example, this is just the start of the facilities here:

  • Waterpark with slides
  • Two heated pools (one of them being a shallow one for toddlers)
  • Go kart hire (pedal powered)
  • Cocktails by the pool
  • Delivery from the bottle shop (seriously – they turn up on a golf buggy to drop it off)
  • Restaurant
  • Kids room
  • Games Room
  • Large lawn chess set
  • Croquet

I could go on and on and on. But this place is amazing.

This morning while everyone was sleeping I went and took some photos. During the day there are so many kids around that I just think it would be creepy.

And I think it’s time to close the laptop and go to sleep, because I’m about to fall asleep. Again.

Day 2 of the run club comp is over, another 24km down. 48km in 2 days total. So yeah, I’m tired.

Let me know your thoughts!