The latest places to spend a night, from under the stars to surrounded by art.

1. Glamp it up

Mount Zero Olives, on the cusp of Grampians National Park, has teamed up with pop-up camping specialist Under Sky to create a magical space under canvas in the olive grove.

Each five-metre canvas bell tent will be fitted out with a queen mattress and bed base, quality bedding, linen and towels, wooden furnishings, woven rugs and natural toiletries.

Book a place quick before the camp disappears on 7 May.

2. Artist’s retreat

We love this concept: gorgeous properties scattered across Melbourne that you can book through Airbnb, combining fine artwork from the city’s galleries with beautiful objects and design pieces to create perfect properties for a weekend break.

The twist is that pretty much all you can see is purchasable online; art lovers will feel like a kid in a candy store.

Check in to Microluxe’s properties in St Kilda and Fitzroy with a third due to open in the city.


3. Down on the farm

Stay in the heart of the Mudgee wine region at the newly renovated farmhouse at Blue Wren Wines.

The boutique homestead has a pared-back yet luxurious ambience with touches of country charm.

The five bedrooms have king size beds, and there’s a pool and private gardens.

You’ll also get a tasting at the winery’s cellar door.



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