Do you come from the land down under? Or wish to see it? Now you can!
There’s no doubt that regardless where you’re from, we’ve all dreamt of packing everything up and fulfilling our dreams of road tripping around one of the worlds best countries. And what better way to use one of the most community based, accomodation seeking websites; Airbnb.
The Land Down Under. Straya. Aussieland. Whatever you call it, here’s our top 10 Airbnb’s around Australia you need to visit.
Herron, Western Australia
Situated on the hill is Tina’s entertaining abode. Sleeping 12 guests at $300 a night, this needs to be put on that wishlist next visit to the west. The Mandurah estuary has it’s own pool, tree swing, lush bushland and a whole bunch of kangaroos – just casually.
Kunanyi House, Tasmania
Just a 10 minute drive from Hobart is Kunanyi House. Built in 1969, it’s aim is to place the tenants in a state of tranquility, reflection, and nature. All four corners of the estate is surrounded by magical, lush shrubs – with a more minimalist approach inside. Perfect for any season for that perfect shot of relaxation.
1880’s Church, New South Wales
Who can say that they’ve stayed in a church on a holiday? Well now you can! Lower Portland is home is to the infamous church on Colo River that you can now rent out. The 1880’s church houses five guests at $291 a night. With more than welcoming hosts – the listing is perfect for any family or traveller. Preaching not required.
Treehouse Broome, Western Australia
If an abundance of art is your thing, the Treehouse Broome is perfect for you. Located in Old Broome, the four-guest house at $230 a night is perfect for any stay. The interior is carefully splattered with a variety of art – with the exterior creating a more sensual experience with outdoor bath and shower.
Squeakywindmill Boutique Tent, Northern Territory
Get back to nature in Michelle’s bed and breakfast boutique tent in the Western MacDonell Ranges. At $180 a night, the glamping experience will be just what you need on your next trip up north. Located 15km from Alice Springs CBD, you’ll have a kitchenette, air-conditioning and most importantly; a breathtaking view to wake up to.
Treehouse Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Situated in the dense wilderness of the Blue Mountains is Lionel’s treehouse. Literally. With views of Bowen’s Creek Gorge and well the entire Blue Mountains bush – your stay will be more than private. The cabin comes with a queen bed, floor to ceiling windows, kitchenette and spa bath. Sunset goals right here.
Hinterland Villa, Queensland
The 10 guest villa located in Mount Nathan Queensland is perfect for the next family vacation. The property stretches over 10 acres, with a hot tub, pavilion, fireplace and a 25m lap pool. At $243 a night, it will be worth it with all of that serenity. Bring your dog or horse – there’s enough room.
Camel Beach House, South Australia
Just a 7 hour drive Adelaide is the breathtaking Camel Beach House that sits on the shoreline of Venus Bay. Apart from the modern property that sucks in the best sunset and sunrise views, you’ll be pleased to know that your neighbours include the Australian Sea Lion, kangaroos and the White Bellied Sea Eagle for just $274 a night.
Sitting on Swansea’s coastline is Thalia, an 130 acre wooden haven overlooking the crushing waves of Great Oyster Bay. At $800 a night you’ll be sleeping in a stone cottage with a rustic feel. The selling point? The outdoor bath. Pictures don’t do it justice.
Retro Tram, Victoria
Jean Claude Van Tram can be your new home on your next visit to Victoria. The 1920’s tram comfortably sleeps two guests at $160 a night within Lauriston forest. The totally chic tram interior and campsite has everything for a relaxing weekend away; board games, campfire, tiki bar and hammocks. All aboard to Lauriston!