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If you're anything like us, you'll already be dreaming of your first post-lockdown holiday.
And for those planning to get as far away from reality as possible when all this is over (let's face it, who isn't?) may we suggest a stay in one of these otherworldly bubble tents?
Located 200km (120 miles) north-west of Sydney, Australia, the tents boast panoramic views of Capertree Valley (one of the largest valleys in the world, FYI) and promise to offer guests 'unmatched seclusion'.
Sprawled across a 1,000-acre working farm, they offer some pretty jaw-dropping views of the open sky which is perfect for a spot of star-gazing.
If you're lucky you can also spot kangaroos, wombats and some pretty impressive birds of prey from the comfort of your bed. Basically, it's the ultimate wild glamping experience.
The property, owned by Bubble Tent Australia, comprises three isolated 'bubbles' named Leo, Cancer and Virgo (honestly, could they be any more millennial-friendly?) and are kitted out for ultimate comfort whatever the season - including cosy blankets and wood-fired hot tubs.
If you ask us, it looks like the perfect place to kick back with a bottle of red and marinate in the hot tub for a couple of hours.
But for the more intrepid, the owners suggest a range of activities in the local area including (but not limited to) "glow worm tunnels, canyoning, birdwatching, splendid helicopter tours, billabongs, hiking or long leisurely drives off the beaten track with your windows down".
To add to its air of mystery and seclusion, guests won't be told of the exact location until two weeks before arrival - but booking a flight to Sydney (where lockdown measures are already beginning to lift) would be a good place to start.
Currently, only Australian citizens, residents and immediate family members are permitted to travel to Australia, while anyone arriving in the country is required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. However, officials are hopeful that Oz will be open for tourism by the end of the year (you can read the latest travel guidance here).
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