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Tiny Away opens the doors to six new tiny houses across Australia

From the Hunter Valley to Noosa and the Scenic Rim, these new houses are perfect for travellers looking for a cosy getaway

Tiny Away, one of Australia’s largest tiny home accommodation providers, has added six new houses across the country.

From the Hunter Valley to Noosa and the Scenic Rim, these new houses are perfect for travellers looking for a cosy getaway in some of Australia’s most stunning remote and rural destinations.

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Jeff Yeo, co-founder of Tiny Away said: “Tiny Away was born out of a desire to offer people a place to escape from the city and recharge in nature. Our houses give people a chance to disconnect and enjoy the simple things, but without sacrificing home comforts.”

A step up from glamping, each tiny house offers hot showers, air conditioning, a cosy queen bed, and a kitchenette. The sustainably built tiny houses are typically positioned on farms or remote rural properties, and hosts offer activities that give guests a taste of rural life.

“Tiny house stays are becoming a growing tourism movement around the world – especially in Australia where low-impact tourism is increasingly valued by travellers. We want to invite visitors who share our ethos of travelling with a lighter footprint while experiencing remote regions and local communities,” Yeo added.

Kawal Tiny House

Kawal Tiny House, Wollombi (Hunter Valley), New South Wales

The ideal farm stay getaway, Kawal Tiny House is located on a small plateau in Wollombi where you can wake up to cool misty mornings and say goodnight to beautiful star-filled nights surrounded by native birds and wildlife including wombats and kangaroos. Conveniently located just 1km from Wollombi village, the house is on the doorstep of scenic walking trails and several great restaurants, cafes, and artisan stores. Don’t miss Tabu, Noyce Wines, Wollombi Tavern, Myrtle and Stone, and the Pokolbin State Forest.

Friendly camels at Fig Tree Cottage

Fig Tree Cottage, Darlington (Scenic Rim), Queensland

Authentic farm stays don’t get much better than Fig Tree Cottage. This cosy getaway is surrounded by mature trees, stunning mountain vistas, and hands-on farm stay touches including animal feeding, farming tours, and handpicked seasonal food hampers to choose from. Situated in the foothills of Scenic Rim’s beautiful ‘Lost World’ this is a one-of-a-kind farm stay that has spectacular surroundings including Darlington Park, Lamington National Park, and is just an hour’s drive to Gold Coast beaches.

Stylish Country Retreat

Stylish Country Retreat, Moorland (Mid-North Coast), New South Wales

Set on a 25-acre property with extensive greenery surrounds, this house is conveniently located near outdoor water activities and attractions this region is famed for including Waitui Falls, a swimming hole located deep in the Comboyne State Forest, as well as Crowdy Bay Beach which is famous for its quaint picnic areas, fishing spots, and walking tracks. You can also join the house hosts at feeding time to get a close look at the property’s farm animals, including donkeys, goats, cows, sheep, chickens, ducks, and rabbits.

Pirates Retreat, Eaglehawk Neck (Port Arthur Region), Tasmania

Just an hour from Hobart and 25 minutes from historic Port Arthur, Eaglehawk Neck is a small bar of land that connects the Tasman Peninsula to the Forester Peninsula. Only a short walk from Pirates Bay Beach, this house is a perfect base for iconic walking trails, diving, game fishing, and ocean sightseeing trips. Nearby Eaglehawks Nests Market is filled with fresh produce, crafts, and other local products.

The view from Valley Escape

Valley Escape, Rothbury (Hunter Valley), New South Wales

Valley Escape sits in Lovedale, a rural wine-growing region in the heart of the Hunter Valley. The house is located on a boutique family-owned vineyard with a wine cellar just steps away, and plenty of native wildlife to keep you company, including kangaroos, ducks, and swans. Home to boutique wine tasting, restaurants and cafes, the house is the perfect spot for weekend getaways in the heart of the Hunter. Perched on a hill, the house has stunning views of trellised vines and out to Brokenback Ridge.

The view from Noosa Tiny Home

Noosa Tiny Home, Cooroibah (Noosa Shire), Queensland

The ideal Noosa escape is set on 5 acres of land in the Noosa hinterland, with kangaroos grazing in the morning and spectacular sunsets in the afternoon. Located near Noosa National Park, and a short walk to Lake Cooroibah and Great Sandy National Park, this spot is perfect for sunsets and sundowners, where you can relax and enjoy comfortable accommodation with adventure on your door such as hitting the local hiking trails, surfing at one of Noosa Shire’s famous beaches, or exploring local attractions.

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