Eco tentsglampingMudgeenew south walesSierra Escape UrallaUrallaSierra Escape is located 20 minutes from the centre of Mudgee township in the Central West wine region of New South Wales.The new tents will be available from 1 June. Prices start from $290 per night for Carinya; $550 per night for Dulili; and $450 per night for Uralla. Launched in 2017, Mudgee’s first and only luxury eco glamping accommodation Sierra Escape has now added two new tent options to their offering — Uralla and Dulili, available for stays from 1 June.Owners Cam and Tasch D’Arcy from Sydney developed a fondness for Mudgee after becoming engaged and then married in the region.“Mudgee is very special to us so we were keen to find something we could really throw ourselves into, and is reflective of our environmental and sustainable values to ensure we were doing the best for the area,” said Cam.The couple settled on a 280-acre block with undulating hills, wildlife, creeks and expansive views.Three Australian-made eco tents now occupy the site. Each uses solar power and has fireplaces, making use of materials to ensure insulation in winter and floor-to-ceiling windows optimise cooling summer breezes. Their first tent launched last year was ‘Carinya’ (27sqm) which sleeps up to two people.DuliliThe addition of ‘Dulili’ (54sqm) will cater for families or groups. Dulili translates to ‘together’ in the local Aboriginal dialect. It can cater for up to seven guests including two queen beds, a single trundle and a second bedroom with a double bed. It features a designer kitchen, wood fireplace, screened windows, glass sliding doors, indoor and outdoor dining tables, fire-pit area and a bathroom and shower with flushing toilet. Dulili‘Uralla’ (meaning ‘home on the hill’) is recommended for a couple’s romantic getaway, sleeping two guests. All tents are positioned apart from one another to offer maximum privacy. The Uralla tent (54sqm) features a designer kitchen, king bed, fireplace, shower, fire-pit and an outdoor freestanding bathtub with vast views. Both of the new tents are 100 per cent solar powered with enough capacity to charge phones, run a small fridge, indoor and outdoor lighting, a small gas cooktop and gas hot water systems.