By Nahrain John @karryontravel04 Mar 2019Eighty-three fully furnished eco-tents across 2.8 hectares of land zipped open last week on Rottnest Island to offer travellers an “exciting new experience”.The world-class glamping park called ‘Discovery – Rottnest Island’ is the destination’s first new accommodation offering in over 30 years, as well as its first-ever eco-resort.General Manager Andy Cleverley said the highly anticipated experience will cater to both Perth locals and international travellers who contributed to a sold-out opening weekend and heavily booked March and Easter.“We aim to add an exciting new experience to the traditional Rotto family holiday, while also giving interstate and international guests a new reason to visit and stay at Rottnest Island.”Andy Cleverley, Discovery – Rottnest Island General ManagerThe 83 eco-friendly tents are divided into four service levels – Standard, Superior, Superior Family and Deluxe. Each comes with an ensuite bathroom, pillow-topped bed and furnished private decks. Many also include kitchenettes, while the Deluxe has oceanfront views and walk-in wardrobes.Located beside Pinky Beach, the resort also has a private pool, a pool bar and Pinky’s Beach Club where guests can watch the sunset over a meal or drink.Click here for more information. READ: Glamping in the Red Centre coming soonREAD: Rooftop glamping in the Galapagos Islands anyone?READ: Glamping arrives in the Maldives in a magical wayAre you up for some glamping on Rottnest Island? Other stories you may likePICTURES: Star Alliance kicks off roadshow with Agents vying for free RTW ticketsSHATTERING RECORDS: USA’s big year for tourism & how Brand USA, music + Agents contributedFYI: Visa-free travel to Brazil kicks off in less than ONE MONTH!