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Australia: Most popular winter Tiny House escapes

If you’re wanting to escape the bustle of the city and get comfy in nature, but camping isn’t your thing, then we have the perfect – and cosy – solution.

A tiny house is the perfect winter weekend escape, to head somewhere unique and close to nature, without sacrificing creature comforts.

A tiny house stay could be your perfect winter weekend away. Photo: Supplied/tinyaway

Tiny Away’s fleet of tiny homes (there are over 70 dotted across NSW, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia) tick all those boxes. The eco-friendly, off-the-grid cabins with a minimalist aesthetic are small in size but big on character.

Boasting a range of stunning designs and state-of-the-art features both inside and outside, the impressively self-sufficient “compact homes on wheels” are in their element in some of Australia’s most spectacular rural settings.

And there is only one way to find what all the big (or small?) fuss is about. Here are the most popular Tiny Away tiny house stays, perfect for a winter weekender:

Serenity Abode (Beaconsfield Upper, VIC): hidden amongst the trees but on the doorstep of the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley, the highlight of this tiny house is its deck, lounge, and breakfast bar. Stylish, comfortable and a place to unwind that you will never forget.

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Grampians Doorstep (Bellellen, VIC): tucked away in a farm setting offering quiet vistas of the Grampians National Park and Mt William, the tiny house is surrounded by great bushwalking, sightseeing, winery tastings, mountain bike trails, fishing, kayaking and direct access to some of the best waterfalls in Australia.

This tiny winter warmer has stunning views out to the Hunter’s iconic Yellow Rock. Photo: Supplied/tinyaway

Yellow Rock Views (Broke, NSW): as the name suggests, this tiny winter warmer has stunning views out to the Hunter’s iconic Yellow Rock. The surrounding boutique wineries give a taste of some unique local wines in the area, including the award winning Margan Restaurant & Winery.

Tiny House, Big View (Boneo, VIC): with views over Bass Strait, enjoy a peaceful farm surrounding and country feel. Close to National Parks, oceans, bays, vineyards, golf clubs, and of course, serenity.

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Enjoy a peaceful farm surrounding in Victoria. Photo: Supplied/tinyaway

Malniri Park (Freemans Reach, NSW): elevated high on a private plateau overlooking equine farmlands and the vast fertile lowlands of the Hawkesbury River, this house keeps guests warm with an outside firepit entertaining space.

Azaltie (Kangaroo Valley, NSW): Just two hours from Sydney and Canberra, nestled between the Southern Highlands and the South Coast, Kangaroo Valley is perfect for a winter escape. Located on an 11-acre property, this house is secluded and peaceful with the sound of the bush and songs from the birds.

Tiny Away 888 (Pokolbin, NSW): a perfect tiny spot for your perfect weekend wine region getaway. This tiny house is located on the award-winning The Vintry Country House in central Pokolbin, the heart of the Hunter Valley vineyards.

his tiny house in central Pokolbin in in the heart of the Hunter Valley vineyards. Photo: Supplied/tinyaway

Krystal Waters Ocean View (San Remo, VIC): this tiny house offers breathtaking ocean views and all the attractions of nearby Phillip Island. Spend the day at the property’s private beach and then catch the sunset with penguins that come ashore at the famous Penguin Parade.

Tiny St Albans: (St Albans) this stunner is situated on a sandstone hill within the Forgotten Valley (Macdonald Valley) on a 30-acre property, overlooking the farming land of the Hawkesbury Valley. For those with fur babies, this house is dog friendly (big or tiny).

Tiny Away Kookaburra Cabin (Sunshine Coast, QLD) if you prefer it less cold and sunny, this brand new tiny house is tucked in the hinterland near the small rural town of Palmwoods. The tiny house opens onto lawns and forest that backdrop the 17-acre property, far from the hustle and bustle of city life. Set in the heart of an arts and craft hub which typifies the region, the house is also close to the south-eastern gateway to the Kondalilla National Park.


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