What is a tiny house?
The tiny house movement originally comes from the USA and has now become an international trend.
Lovers of tiny houses advocate living simply in small, affordable and eco-friendly homes. In order to live in such small spaces, people living in tiny homes need to downsize and simplify their lives by reducing the amount of material possessions they have.
Tiny houses help to reduce resource consumption and are a cost-effective and sustainable way of living. While this may not be for everyone on a long term basis, a weekend stay in a tiny house can be lots of fun and a great way to get close to nature (and each other!)
Join the tiny house movement, if only for a weekend, with these idyllic bushland escapes. With locations just two hours from Sydney, a stay in a tiny house makes the ideal weekend getaway for those seeking to enjoy their own slice of wilderness!
Enjoy your sweeping views from your tiny house of lush farmland with grazing cattle and mobs of kangaroos nearby and sundowners by the fire as the sun sets behind the stunning Brokenback Range.
Everyone loves the Hunter Valley and making this tiny house your base is the perfect way to spend your days driving past the endless rows of vines, (amazing at any time of the year)and sampling the specialty wines of the area (particularly semillon and shiraz).
Other tiny houses in the Hunter Valley:
TINY HOUSE 888 (next to a winery!)
Where you eat and sleep so close together, you can’t help but communicate.
This tiny house near Kurrajong in the lower Blue Mountains NSW promises peace and relaxation. The property is perched on a sprawling rural parcel with sensational views of The Great Dividing Range.
Enjoy stargazing from the queen size loft bed. or head outside to enjoy a picnic or BBQ in the outdoor dining area with gas BBQ and firepit.
Tiny House Big Views is close to all Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains attractions including Bilpin (apple picking and yummy Cider tasting), and you cant miss a trip to the amazing Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens or Mount Wilson.
If the numerous activities of the beautiful NSW South Coast are appealing to you, then Worrowing Wilderness Hut is the place to be.
Jervis Bay National Park and Booderee National Park are both a short drive away as well as the famous white sand beaches of Hyams Beach. Beautiful coastline and bushwalking trails, cycling tracks and cliff-top lookouts are just minutes away.
The cabin has a queen-sized bed, bathroom with bathtub, television, full kitchen, barbecue, restored mid-century sofa and chairs, hand-made furniture and features artworks by visiting artists in residence.
Worrowing Wilderness Hut is built using recycled materials and reclaimed timbers. Crafted from recycled and natural timbers, corrugated iron and fitted with full panel glass slide away doors, the Eco Hut blends into the surrounding environment.
Local birds and animals often pay a visit from the neighbouring national parks, so just to add to the joy of being so close to nature.
Looking for Tiny House accommodation in the Southern Highlands, NSW?
Edmond offers breathtaking views of the local area. Your tiny house is surrounded by a grougeous paddock with a variety of birdlife and native animals.
The tiny house is a wonderful experience for those wanting to “camp” in nature without having to bring all the gear and spend hours setting up. The tiny house include some very special touches, sure to please, such as the fabulous fire pit – perfect for star watching on those cold mountain nights!
There is plenty of room to walk around and explore, taking in all the fresh air and natural beauty of the area,w hiel youa re not far from the delighful little village of Robertson.