FAQ

FAQ

Yes! Our Tents have log burners inside to keep you completely toasty and warm. We have an endless supply of wood so you will always be cosy. We also have under floor heating in the bathrooms! 
 
Extra blankets and 2 inner duvets to snuggle into you will be well an truley comfortable and warm. 

Check in is available between 3pm and 8pm. Later check ins can be accommodated but must be arranged prior to your stay.

Check out is no later than 11am.

Each tent has a kitchenette equipped with a sink, dishwasher, coffee plunger, kettle, plates and cutlery. On the deck there is a Weber BBQ complete with fry pan, pot and a pizza stone. Salt, pepper & oil are provided.

Slippers for you to take home, bath robes, hair dryer, toothbrush, shower cap, shaving kits, ear plugs, comb, vanity kit, small batch beauty hand wash, hand/body cream, shampoo, conditioner & body soap are all provided enough for the duration of your stay. 

Our tents are fully off-grid with a solar system providing electricity. If it’s sunny, the system will be generating power. If it’s not sunny, you’ll be using power from the bank of batteries. We are also have a back up generator to ensure you never run out.

Yes there is mobile coverage in the tents.

We have built the tents to be as comfortable as possible in all weather conditions. However due to the nature of glamping accommodation – strong winds and rain can affect the tents more than a bricks and mortar building. Being perched high on a ridge with spectacular views, it can go from dead still to extremely windy and anything in-between. Each of our tents have wood fireplaces, water tight, and many of our guests love snuggling up inside by the fireplace during large storms and hearing the rain fall onto the canvas – it’s all part of the experience!

We aim to keep our Glamping Tents as peaceful as possible. For this reason we provide you with your very own electric buggy to reach your Glamping Tent.

Follow the signs to the Glamping carpark. Park in the designated parking area and grab any of the available buggy’s and follow the signs up to the Glamping Tents.

The bonus of having your very own buggy is you can take it down to the beach as they are licensed for the road!

Weekends and Main Summer Holidays:

There is a minimum stay period of two nights on all weekends (Friday and Saturday night) and during the main summer holiday period (20 December – 31 January).
Please note that during this period single nights are only allowed where there is a one night gap between bookings. One night gaps between bookings will be made available to book online with a $100 Single Night Surcharge applicable.

Weeknights:
Single nights can be booked during the week (Sunday – Thursday nights) outside the periods specified above with a Single Night Surcharge of $100 applicable.
Public Holiday Weekends:

The minimum booking period for long weekends such as Labour Weekend, Anniversary Weekend, etc is 3 nights. The minimum booking period for Easter is 4 nights. There are sometimes longer minimum stay periods across Christmas and New Year and these will be specified in the online availability calendar.

Our minimum night policies are strictly adhered to. Please note that there are no exceptions to the policies for Drift Off Grid.

You may cancel anytime before 30 days prior to your arrival, and receive a refund or credit (minus a $100 fee & any booking/merchant fees). If you cancel within 30 days of arrival & we manage to rebook your stay, we will then offer a refund or credit (minus $100 fee & any booking/merchant fees).

Cancellations as a result of government travel bans (e.g COVID-19), will be entitled to a full credit in good faith for travel at a later date, but are not entitled to a refund. Our full booking policy can be found here – https://www.driftoffgrid.booking-policy/.. Please understand that as a small family run business, cancellations and variations have a huge impact on us, and while we aim to be as flexible as we possibly can with our guests, our booking conditions are strictly enforced.

Drift Off Grid Glamping is set on a property with farm and lifestyle-related activity, so for the safety of all concerned, it’s very important to follow the safety guidelines and terms that you’ll find in our booking terms and in your Welcome Guide on site.


Tent Korimako is the front Tent closest to the ocean. Level with the ground, it has a large outdoor area directly in front of the tent and the baths are on an added deck on the side of the tent. 

Tent Kanuka is behind Tent Korimako and is higher up. It is perched up in the trees and therefore the outdoor fire pit is on the ground at the bottom of the stairs leading up to the tent. The baths are on the front balcony directly in front of the bedroom. 

Both Tents have been tastefully decorated with luxury interiors with different colours. Both Tents receive breakfast, all luxury amenities and use of their very own electric buggy.