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Top Tiny Holiday Homes Across Australia To Rent Now

Unyoked Anant, Victoria. Photographed by Madeline Tonks. Image supplied via Unyoked

Tiny in size, big on comfort.

Looking for something a little out of the ordinary for your next weekend getaway? Say goodbye to oversized hotel rooms and say hello to the cosy luxury of a tiny house!

These minimalist holiday rentals are big enough to fit just about everything you’d need without sacrificing comfort or style. If an eco-friendly, unique holiday experience off-the-grid is what you’re looking for, then take a look at the best tiny holiday homes around Australia that are just a couple of hours away from the bustle of suburbia. Keep scrolling for the ultimate weekend adventure in the great outdoors!

CABN

Relax, rediscover and reconnect; these three words are at the core of what CABN is all about. If you ever feel overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of the day to day, CABN aims to get you back in touch with what’s most important – the environment and the people in it. This is why CABN have created sustainable, minimalist, eco-friendly retreats that respect the local environment and offer the perfect digital detox. Located in South Australia and Victoria, CABN’s tiny homes are all individually designed to suit the surrounding landscapes and are built using as much locally sourced materials as possible. Be immersed in the natural world around you by yourself, with a small group or with your furry friend (in certain tiny homes) and as CABN say, ‘enjoy the location with your senses, not through your lenses.’


CABN – Victoria and South Australia


Kindled

Need a break but don’t have enough time for a two-week holiday across the country? At Kindled, they understand that sometimes a weekend away may be all you have time for, and they want to help you to make the most of it. A couple of days spent relaxing in their comfortable tiny home accommodation is all you need to de-stress and recharge. Situated on 250 acres of gum tree conservation, you’ll be able to watch the sunset over the hills and river below while snuggled up on a luxurious Koala mattress. Less than three hours west of Sydney, Kindled’s tiny home is far enough away to feel secluded and disconnected from outside responsibilities without having to drive for days to get there. Pack your bags and get ready to experience the bliss of remote living – with complimentary wine of course!


Kindled – New South Wales


Joey the Tiny Cabin

Inspired by the kangaroos that roam this patch of land, Joey the Tiny Cabin sits overlooking a gorgeous valley in the Shire of Chittering, less than an hour north of Perth. This tiny home brings stylish timber interiors to a compact, functional design; it’s the perfect balance of luxury and convenience. You can enjoy Joey regardless of the season, with both air conditioning and a fire pit available as well as two hammocks, an outdoor barbeque and a selection of games to keep you entertained. Go for a bush walk, say hello to the sheep or visit one of the surrounding cafes, orchards or wineries. As well as that, the nearby bushland is home to plenty of wildlife and makes for the perfect off-the-grid and back to nature experience.


Joey the Tiny Cabin – Western Australia


In2thewild

Need an escape from the whirlwind of modern life? Want to reconnect with the world around you? In2thewild have got your back. Partnering with rural landowners, In2thewild’s collection of tiny homes are nestled amongst gorgeous natural landscapes to offer an off-the-grid, eco-friendly experience. Dotted throughout New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, these tiny homes are comfortable, secluded and can be found within a two-hour drive of each capital city. Taking your mind off everyday life can be difficult, but In2thewild have made it their priority to provide accommodation tailor-made for ultimate relaxation. Overlook rolling hills with your favourite book, warm yourself up by an open fire with your favourite glass of wine and settle in at a place where the only alarm is the rising of the morning sun.


In2thewild – New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland


Unyoked

Release your inner wanderer with Unyoked’s array of tiny homes scattered around the Australian countryside. From woodland seclusion to rolling open hills, you’ll be able to find the perfect accommodation to suit your next adventure. Unyoked’s tiny homes are designed to reflect their no-frills philosophy which is all about getting back to basics and focusing on what really matters. Every location and home has its own unique layout, amenities and of course, bewitching landscape to explore, so you can narrow down which one is right for you. Located in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, these tiny homes make the wilderness accessible and create the perfect getaway from the bustling concrete jungle.


Unyoked – New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland


Kookaburra Park Garden Studio

An animal sanctuary, caravan park and wilderness retreat all wrapped into one, Kookaburra Park in Queensland’s Mary Valley is a fantastic spot to explore the breathtaking countryside. Amongst Kookaburra Park’s range of accommodation options, you’ll find their Garden Studio; a compact cabin with its own private outdoor area for you to relax and unwind. Albeit tiny, the Garden Studio has a queen bed, full-sized shower and compact kitchen – all offering you the ability to be fully self-contained. After a long day of hiking, feeding the animals on the property or visiting the local towns, you can curl up in the hammocks provided by Kookaburra Park Garden Studio and bring in the evening by toasting marshmallows over the fire pit. There’s no doubt that this minimalist yet stylish tiny home gives you the best of both worlds when it comes to privacy and convenience.


Kookaburra Park Garden Studio – Queensland


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Featured Image: Unyoked, Victoria. Photographed by Madeline Tonks. Image supplied via Unyoked.

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