Between catching up on the news, scrolling through social feeds, answering emails and browsing the web…we’re constantly on, and always available. More and more Sydneysiders are choosing to disconnect and ditch the gadgets on their holidays and really relax and recharge. And with regional travel across NSW now open from June 1st, now is the perfect time to book in a remote escape.
Sound dreamy? We’ve rounded up the best tiny cabins to book around New South Wales. They’re remote and beautiful, and have little to no mobile phone coverage – and some don’t have WiFi, either!
Set on acres of land in Northern NSW, Faraway Domes is a secluded and stunning retreat. Nature walks, art classes and spa treatments are on offer but no one will be upset if you relax in your dome and sip away the afternoon on your balcony.
From $375 per night (sleeps two)
405 Munsies Road, Warialda
The Australian start-up has built four tiny houses on private properties in New South Wales's wilderness. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of unspoilt nature, the tiny houses are sustainable and solar-powered, with big windows, a comfy bed, hot shower, gas stove, bar fridge, kitchen appliances, utensils and plates – and no WiFi. The definition of peaceful.
Exact locations revealed upon booking.
With regional travel now open for NSW, there is no better time to book a remote escape amongst nature. In2thewild Tiny Holidays has 12 off-grid cabins that make the perfect post-COVID getaway destinations. From Oberon Shire's quaint Daisy to the secluded Southern Highland's Edmond house, you'll arrive at your tiny home stay and never want to leave.
A booking site for adventure-seekers, Riparide allows you to pick the perfect cabin stay across hundreds of properties. From rural farm stays to coastal bungalows, there's a remote escape for every kind of traveller. One property we have our eye on is Sweeney's Hut in Gundagai; the sweeping plains, fireplace and outdoor hot tub have our name written all over it.
Price ranges from $10- $1600 per night (Sleeps up to 10 people)
Nestled in the quiet town of Bilpin is Eden Farm Escape; bespoke accommodation that is child, dog and horse -friendly. Set on the picturesque equine farm, this charming remote escape provides the ultimate weekend getaway for people looking to escape to the country and unwind in nature. Just 90 minutes’ drive from Sydney and perfectly positioned with their own spectacular view overlooking the scenic Blue Mountains, Eden Farm Escape has five self-contained cabins that have been carefully designed to capture the intimacy of country charm with contemporary touches to make you feel at home.
From $300 per night
13 Hanlons Road South, Bilpin
Fancy something a little different? Delve into the depths of the wilderness – but with all the mod cons conveniently on hand – JR’s Eco Hut is the ultimate in luxury glamping. An ‘A’ frame tent, sitting high on a hill with a 360-degree view of the Murrumbidgee river flats and the stunning Kimo Valley. An ideal getaway for couples or solo travellers who want to get away from it all and immerse themselves in nature. Bring a good book with you, stoke up the fire and soak up all those glorious sunsets.
$350 per night (sleeps two)
Tucked away on 40 acres at the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Hidden Valley Retreat Cottages allows guests to fully immerse themselves in nature. Surrounded by wildlife and rainforest, the property features five self-contained cottages. Your time is best spent exploring the property by foot, catching up on reading and relaxing in front of an open fire.
From $380 for two nights (sleeps two)
Grose Vale Road, Grose Vale