10 Best Tiny Cabins In New South Wales

BRB, booking at these tiny house stays

10 Best Tiny Cabins In New South Wales

BRB, booking at these tiny house stays
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From the Insta famous hinterlands of Byron Bay in the north to the small country town of Picton in the south, New South Wales has a variety of opportunities and adventures to uncover.

Tiny cabins have been rising in popularity as the ideal aesthetic getaway, offering either a quick romantic weekend adventure or a prolonged holiday escape in a small yet luxurious style.

We’ve rounded up our favourite New South Wales tiny cabins to serve as the perfect base for exploring all the beauty of the region.

1. Arabella Eco-Cabin

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Source: airbnb.com.au

Nestled between the Cambewarra and Barrengarry Mountains, Kangaroo Valley oozes a country and village atmosphere. Situated on 140 acres along the escarpment, the Arabella utilises all vantage points of the valley below.

Situated amongst dense bushland and surrounded by native wildlife, the Arabella blends right into its surrounding natural environment.

The award-winning glass box bathroom allows visitors to fully immerse themselves into their environment, all whilst relaxing and soaking in a hot bathtub. Enjoy a glass of wine whilst you surrender yourself to the natural landscapes, or toast some marshmallows on the outdoor firepit.

Regardless of what your interests are, the Arabella provides visitors with a truly calming and immersive experience.

  • Location: Beaumont, New South Wales
  • Price: From $478 per night
  • Guests: 3
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

2. The Den Of The Treehouse

Byron Bay has become a hotspot for travellers looking to do some soul searching, with the perfect combination of coastal treasures and farmyard living – and the Den of the Treehouse is the ideal tiny house accommodation.

Looking as if it were plucked straight out of a fairy-tale book, this treehouse, which is perched on top of a mountain, upholds all your dreamiest jungle fantasies.

Enjoy waking up to the morning sunrises over the ocean or soak in the evening sun in the outdoor shower, then take a long walk through old forest growths and enjoy a quick dip in secluded waterfalls.

The jungle treehouse is just 20 minutes from the ocean and Byron Bay centre, making it the perfect relaxing yet attainable holiday destination.

  • Location: Kinabalu Farm
  • Price: From $225 per night
  • Guests: 3
  • Bookings: riparide.com

3. JR’s Hut

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Interested in camping but not sure whether the rough outdoor lifestyle is for you? Kimo Estate’s JR’s Hut provides the ideal glamping experience.

The A framed timber structure is situated on an exposed hilltop in Gundagai, offering 360-degree views of the Murrumbidgee River flats.

This off-the-grid eco hut was designed to offer tranquillity and to distract from modern-day life. Soak in the outdoor tub whilst listening to the black cockatoos nestled in the nearby gumtrees at sunset or enjoy the locally produced gourmet breakfast when you wake up.

Switch off and disconnect and enjoy the ambience and luxury of glamping in New South Wales, or book in at one of their other equally as gorgeous huts if this one isn’t available.

  • Location: 1214 Nangus Rd, Nangus
  • Price: From $600 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: kimoestate.com

4. Faraway Domes

Warialda is otherwise known as gemstone country, and Faraway domes are the perfect tiny stay accommodation to showcase all the beauty of this small country town.

The exclusive, adults-only accommodation offers guests the full experience of privacy and luxury.

The half-transparent, east facing domes look out over unparallel views and rolling hills where you can catch a magnificent sunrise all from the comfort of your bed. Partake in self-guided walking trails or explore the nearby waterfalls, or visit the cotton farm, nature reserves and golf course all situated less than an hour away. With bright green pastures and native bushland, Faraway domes truly encapsulate the iconic Australian outback.


5. Tiny House 888

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In Central Pokolbin, every hour is happy hour. With over 150 wineries, famous restaurants and natural sweeping landscapes, Tiny House 888 is every wine connoisseur’s dream base camp.

Hidden in between the Brokenback Range’s foothills, this private property provides a secluded experience for those who want to relax and has many prestigious wineries just nearby for those who want to explore more.

Enjoy a glass of Hunter Valley Shiraz in the spacious studio-style home or keep warm at an outdoor firepit whilst watching out for Kangaroos and wallabies in the evening.


6. Unyoked – Banjo

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Moving from countryside New South Wales to subtropical rainforests, Unyoked boasts numerous properties throughout Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Banjo, named after famous Australian bush poet Banjo Patterson, showcases with beautiful landscapes of Jamberoo.

The habit of checking your phone when you first wake up is a no go here with no wifi on site, forcing you to go outdoors and experience your natural surroundings.

Take a walk through the southern highlands, to a nearby creek and beach, or utilise your time at your own private waterfall. This is a true dream stay for those looking for a more off-the-grid adventure and allows for the opportunity to recharge, reset and connect with the immediate environment around you.

  • Location: Jamberoo, NSW
  • Price: From $273 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: unyoked.co/banjo

7. Tiny Georgie

The historic and rural town of Picton offers an abundance of rustic charm and iconic Australian bushland, yet is only an hour away from the bustling Sydney city.

This solar powered tiny house, appropriately named Tiny Georgie, provides the ideal quick city escape. Surrounding rolling hills provide the ultimate barrier as you indulge in the outdoor bath or lay out on the deck and appreciate the 270-degree vistas.

Take a walk to learn about the native plants and animals or explore the nearby waterways as you spend the day living among nature and settling into your escape.


8. Willow Tree Bend

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The Blue Mountains offer a truly picturesque backdrop to any holiday getaway, and at this Kanimbla valley stay, you’ll be nestled right in the middle of the escarpment.

Equipped with all the essentials for a relaxing country holiday such as a kitchenette, double bed and eco shower, this studio-style tiny home encapsulates modest living with a luxurious experience.

Sit outside and read a book in the fresh country air or explore the picture-perfect landscape right before your eyes. For those night owls, lay outside and take in the unimaginable display of stars you wouldn’t get to experience in the city.

  • Location: Kanimbla Valley
  • Price: From $199 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: tinyaway.com

9. Hideout Cabin

Surrounded by rolling farms, luxurious vineyards and idyllic gardens, Moss Vale offers a charming little country escape.

Nestled in the Southern Highlands, Hideout Cabin is located on a 150-acre working horse farm. This whitewashed timber house with large open windows makes use of its uninterrupted views of the dam and nearby paddocks, making it the ideal spot to sit and read a book over sunset.

Hideout Cabin offers the perfect farm style holiday with visitors welcome to book horse riding lessons, watch at the show jumping arena, or partake in the daily feed run.

Only one and a half hours from Sydney, this is a raw and luxurious countryside getaway at its finest.


10. Maggie’s Farmstay

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Source: airbnb.com.au

If you are looking to escape the city for lush green hills, dense forests and native wildlife, then Maggie’s Farmstay is the ideal getaway location.

Situated in Howe’s Valley, this tiny home surrounds you in nature all whilst boasting enchanting mountain views.

Take a break and relax in the beautiful timber studio, or visit native and local farm animals such as kangaroos, alpacas and ponies. You can also enjoy a brisk bushwalk in Yengo National Park and in summer take a quick swim in the nearby lagoon.

With no WIFI or cell reception, Maggie’s Farmstay encourages a completely off-the-grid, farm style experience.

  • Location: Howes Valley
  • Price: From $179 per night
  • Guests: 2
  • Bookings: airbnb.com.au

Feature Image: JR’s Hut | @kimoestate

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