9 Best Tiny Cabins In Adelaide To SA & Chill

Have a tiny cabin getaway in South Australia.

9 Best Tiny Cabins In Adelaide To SA & Chill

Have a tiny cabin getaway in South Australia.
Best Tiny Stays South Australia

From the Barossa Valley wine region to the coastal town of Marion Bay, South Australia is quickly becoming a popular travel stop for those looking to get away. 

These tiny cabins are the best opportunity to surround yourself and explore all that the South Australian landscape has to offer.

Be prepared to be amazed at the enormous adventures that can be squeezed into the best tiny cabins in Adelaide and the surrounds.

1. Poolside Ocean Pod

Ocean Pods provide the ultimate relaxing coastal getaway with picture-perfect views of Butler’s Beach and Hillocks Point.

This tiny turquoise stay makes use of its location with large windows framing the ocean landscape. 

Lay out a towel and catch some sun at the nearby beaches, enjoy the sound of the waves as you eat breakfast on the outdoor deck, or watch the wild surf crash onto the coastline in winter from the comfort of the indoor dining space.

If you time it right, you may even get lucky with your stay and be able to spot whales swimming past Butler’s beach from your window.

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  • Location: Marion Bay
  • Price: From $210 per night
  • Guests: 4
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

2. EYRE.WAY – Yambara

For the perfect exclusive beach escape, look no further than Yambara, 30 minutes from Port Lincoln. 

Yambara, translating to “away out of sight” in Barngarla, truly lives up to its name, nestled on a secluded coastline only 100m away from its own private beach. 

This Instagram-worthy tiny stay is detailed with handmade Moroccan tiles and a large stone-top breakfast bar, making the interior space just as beautiful as the landscape that surrounds it. 

Large open windows and electronic blinds mean you can wake up to the coastal panoramic views without having to leave the comfort of your bed. It truly is the perfect beach-goers paradise.

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  • Location: Port Lincoln
  • Price: From $450 per night
  • Guests: 4
  • Bookings: eyreway.com

3. The Cube

Ever dreamed of living on a riverboat but not so keen on navigating it around a river? Then the Cube in Murray River is the perfect holiday escape.

Only an hour’s drive from Adelaide, The Cube is permanently moored on the harbour under the dappled lights of the willow trees on the river edge.

Fall asleep to the gentle lapping of the water underneath, or wake up with a coffee and a good book on the outdoor swinging chairs boasting 180-degree river views.

Equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, rainshower, and large bi-fold doors, this tiny stay truly encapsulates a relaxing and peaceful way of living.


4. Bayside Glamping

If your looking for the perfect off-the-grid getaway, then Bayside Glamping’s tiny stay is the ideal destination.

Running solely on solar power and rainwater, this tiny stay says goodbye to phones and technology and immerses visitors into the natural landscape, and utilizes views from every vantage point.

During the day sit out on the deck and look out to the uninterrupted views of the rolling grasslands, or enjoy a glass of wine under the twinkling fairy lights and glowing stars at night.

Bayside Glamping utilizes new and recycled materials to create a bright and welcoming getaway in a secluded landscape.

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5. CABN Nala

CABN Nala provides an off-the-grid escape, but with all the essentials for comfort – giving you the perfect escape from the bustle of city life

Nestled in the Kupito forest just 45 minutes from Adelaide, CABN Nala provides 360-degree views of rows of pine trees as if it were from a Brother’s Grimm fairytale, all whilst being close enough to the city for a quick weekend getaway.

Visit numerous walking trails and wineries nearby to pass the time, or sit in bed with a good book looking out to the picturesque forest backdrop.

CABN Nala doesn’t disappoint when it comes to a Fairytale forest destination.


6. CABN Elsie

Barossa Vally is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and produces some of the best wines, and CABN Elsie is nestled right amongst the action.

This dark-colored, studio-style home has multiple large windows offering views from every angle, with its modern wooden interior providing a luxurious and relaxing getaway.

Wake up to beautiful sunrises over the scrublands from the comfort of your own bed, or book to dine at Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Award for Restaurant Personality of the Year, Sharon Vino. 

Elsie by CABN truly encapsulates all the beauty the Barossa Valley Wine Region has to offer.

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7. Coach Light Cabin

Coach Light Cabin is the ideal tiny stay destination for those looking for a minimal country escape, with a luxurious experience. 

Visitors are pampered with bamboo sheets, quality towels, and robes as if they were staying in a five-star hotel. Although, the real showpiece of this accommodation is the copper bath.

Sit out in the bath on the large spotted gum deck, and watch the sunset over the vineyards whilst enjoying a glass of wine.

Located near some of South Australia’s best beaches and McLaren Vale wine district, Coach Light Cabins truly condenses a prestigious hotel escape into a luxurious tiny stay.

  • Location: 377 Old Coach Rd, Aldinga
  • Price: From $248 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

8. Bandicoot Springs

Just 25 minutes from Adelaide CBD, Bandicoot Springs is the perfect destination for those wanting to escape the city and experience nature, but only have a limited amount of time to do so.

On the edge of the natural spring connected to the Sturt River, this tiny stay is the perfect comfortable compromise to traditional camping.

Enjoy a delicious BBQ on the outdoor deck area, but be aware of Bandicoots, birds, and other wildlife who are frequent locals in the area and are usually on the lookout for a quick feed.

If you’re looking for cheaper a weekend getaway, Bandicoot Springs is the ideal nature experience.

tiny stays in south australia - bandicoot springs
Source: airbnb.com.au
  • Location: Ironbank
  • Price: From $94 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

9. Clare Valley Exclusive

For a luxe romantic getaway, the Clare Valley Exclusive Tiny Home utilizes all that country South Australia has to offer.

This secluded stay allows guests to bathe privately in the outdoor bath and enjoy the sunset, with 360-degree views of the vast countryside or warm up at night with the outdoor firepit. 

Equipped with free wifi, a  rainshower, and a beautifully decorated interior with hanging lights and a unique kitchen, the wooden counter allows visitors to indulge in the sunrise over the natural landscape, whilst also indulging in an included full continental breakfast.

This intimate accommodation allows visitors to experience the country South Australia in true luxury.

tiny stays in south australia - clare valley exclusive
Source: airbnb.com.au
  • Location: Kybunga
  • Price: From $247 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

Feature Image: @bayside_glamping

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