Dublin, December 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Australia Glamping Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Accommodation Type (Cabins & Gondolas, Tents, Yurts, Treehouse), by Age Group (18-32 years, 33-50 years, 51-65 years) and segment forecast, 2021-2028 “ the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The size of the glamping market in Australia is expected to reach USD 256.5 million by 2028 and is expected to increase at a CAGR of 14.0% from 2021 to 2028
Glamping or glamorous camping is a modern form of camping that has become a trend across the world. At music festivals, glamping is offered as a reasonably priced upgrade option, especially if it is a multi-day activity. An increasing number of concerts and big music festivals in various parts of the world is expected to be one of the major driving factors for the market growth.
Most vacationers around the world prefer to go on vacation with a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities apart from visiting sites. A few people fit a day or two of glamping into their schedule because it combines a vacation with nature with the luxury of living in a beautiful hotel.
The pursuit of unique experiences by consumers is expected to positively impact the market during the forecast period. While rest and relaxation are the key factors that are expected to propel the expansion of the glamping market, the rise of ecotourism along with the need for a healthy lifestyle is expected to positively impact the industry.
The COVID-19 outbreak has left an unprecedented impact on the glamping market in Australia. Interest in camping among new and experienced campers was evident, before the coronavirus pandemic. After government restrictions on travel to contain the COVID-19 epidemic, the industry faced a decline in growth in 2020. Travelers have maintained a distance from natural spaces, outdoor leisure activities and to other people.
However, the industry is recovering. As the conventional hospitality industry, including hotels, resorts, and restaurants, has had a decreasing impact, camping and glamping have seen an increase in demand due to social distancing, hygiene and, from time to time, to move away from the city. .
Market players try to focus on catering a variety of services with the usual camping experience. Players strive to partner with nearby hotels, restaurants and resorts in order to reach a wider consumer base.
In 2019, Baillie Lodges entered into a joint venture with a subsidiary of KSL Capital Partners, LLC (KSL), opening an exciting new chapter in Baillie Lodges’ quest to deliver Australia’s finest collection of luxury lodges. Additionally, Silky Oaks Lodge in Queensland’s Daintree Rainforest was the first property to join Baillie Lodges following the new partnership agreement.
In recent years, there has been an upward trend in the number of international travelers visiting Australia. In 2019, around 9.4 million tourists arrived in the country from overseas, an increase of 2.4% compared to 2018. Safari glamping tents have become one of the top attractions in Australia.
With the increasing number of safaris due to the amazing wildlife of the country, the glamping market is expected to experience positive growth during the forecast period. The growing trend of tourists, as well as locals, is expected to fuel the demand for glamping in the country.
Highlights of the Australia Glamping Market Report
The cabins and pods product segment accounted for the largest share of 47.1% in 2020. Growth is mainly driven by the multiple features offered by this type of accommodation, including lockable doors and windows, increased privacy with en-suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Consumers aged 18 to 32 accounted for the highest revenue share of around 44.6% in 2020 and are expected to maintain its trend during the forecast period.
The growing importance of solo travel among millennials further encourages this age group to opt for glamping services which are driving market growth.
Some of the major market players include Under Canvas, Canopy and Stars, Baillie Lodges, Tanja Lagoon Camp, and Collective Retreats.
Main topics covered:
Chapter 1. Methodology and scope
Chapter 2. Executive summary
Chapter 3. Variables, Trends and Scope of Australia Glamping Market
Chapter 4. Analysis of consumer behavior
Chapter 5. Australia Glamping Market: Accommodation Type Estimates and Trend Analysis
Chapter 6. Australia Glamping Market: Estimates by Age Groups and Trend Analysis
Chapter 7. Competitive analysis
Chapter 8. Company Profiles
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