Tiny House Accommodation NSW for Fab Little Getaways

Tiny houses aren’t just incredibly cute – they represent a simpler, more carefree approach to life. Rather than being bogged down with countless things, tiny houses bring us back to the basics of comfortable living while effectively reducing our environmental footprint.

This list of Tiny House Accommodation NSW will let you experience the joy of (aesthetically pleasing) simplicity, while being fully immersed in beautiful natural environments. Prices are in the mid-range.

Type of Accommodation: Tiny House | Country and Bush
Location: New South Wales | Australia

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1. Tiny House 888, Pokolbin – Hunter Valley

Best for: Vinyard Stay, Fire Pit, BBQ, Hiking, Horseriding, Bushwalking, 2 Guests

Fringed by vineyards on three sides, this delightful tiny house accommodation NSW is nestled in the scenic foothills of Brokenback Range, Pokolbin. All the necessities of a hot shower, eco-friendly toilet, kitchenette, and comfy queen-sized bed are within easy reach in your 155 sq ft house (14 square metres).

Floor-to-ceiling windows keep the spacious-feeling studio filled with light for luscious indoor plants and provide soothing views of surrounding gum trees and resident kangaroos. 

Several Hunter Valley vineyards are within walking distance of your front door, so after a lovely day of tasting, you can stroll back and enjoy a glass or two in the warm glow of your outdoor fire pit.

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2. Watagan View Tiny House, Quorrobolong – Hunter Valley

Best for: Farmstay, Firepit, Hikes, Watagan Mountains, Vineyards, 3 Guests

Another option in the delicious Hunter Valley region is this tiny house accommodation NSW. Twirl your arms around in the wide-open spaces of Watagan View pasture land, shared only with two friendly cows and dogs.

The Space

While it looks like a rustic brown barn on a sea of green outside, the loft-style tiny house hides a vibrant white interior with contrasts of natural wood panelling and splashes of green foliage.

The refreshing, breezy vibe is the perfect environment to chill out and watch the sunset after a big day of exploring nearby Watagan Mountain National Park.

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  • One bedroom with one queen-size bed in the loft, and one sofa bed downstairs
  • Porch and outdoor fire pit (bring your own firewood)
  • Air conditioning and heating
  • Kitchenette with cooker, mini fridge, utensils, dishes, glasses
  • Eco composting toilet, gas-heated shower, with biodegradable soap and shampoo
  • Check prices and availability at Watagan View Tiny House

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3. Maggies Farmstay, Howes Valley – Hunter Valley

Best for: Lagoon, Bushwalking, Farm Animals, Wildlife, Fire Pit, BBQ, Dog-Friendly, 2 Guests

Swim in the lagoon, relax and bushwalk through the Yengo National Park at this popular Tiny House in Hunter Valley.

The Space

With no phone or mobile reception you can truly switch off at this country sanctuary with wildlife like kangaroos, goannas, wombats, and friendly farm animals too – sheep, cows, ducks, geese, ponies, goats and chickens.

The Tiny House overlooks the lagoon and is surrounded by vineyards. The space is all on one floor with a kitchen, lounge/bed, bathroom with shower and composting toilet, and a small deck for dining outdoors and enjoying the view.

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  • The supermarket is one hour away at Kurrajong so buy your necessities first
  • The kitchen has a portable cooker, mini fridge, crockery, and cutlery
  • Horseriding is available 15 minutes’ drive away
  • Children are welcome from 2 years old
  • Dogs are welcome but must be leashed because of the farm animals
  • Check prices and availability at Maggies Farmstay


4. Yellow Rock Views, Broke – Hunter Valley

Best for: Farmstay, Families, Couples, Fire Pit, Horses, 4 Guests

This high-top Tiny House is located in a paddock surrounded by bush and farmland. Friendly horses and dogs live on the property. You have magnificent views of Yellow Rock Mountain and wildlife wandering by. You’re also within walking or biking distance to some great wineries.

The Space

The tiny home is air-conditioned with a double bed in the loft and bedding for two children in the lounge. The lounge is at one end of the home with sliding doors out to the deck – perfect for relaxing with a book and a glass of local wine.

What’s Nearby: Margan Restaurant & Winery and 1813 (1.8kms), Yellow Billy Restaurant (22kms), Echo Hill Wines (4kms), Mount Broke Wines and Restaurant (4kms), Yengo National Park, Hot Air Balloon Rides, Broke Village Market on the first Sunday of every month.

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Hunter Valley Wineries and Tours:

De Bartoli wines, Keith Tulloch Wines, Brokenwood Wines, McGuigan Wines, Tyrrell’s wines, Audrey Wilkinson Winery, Hope Estate Winery, Hunter Valley Gardens, Ivanhoe Wines, Wynwood Estate, Harkham Wines, Bimbadgen Winery, Peppertree Wines. See an awesome list of Get your Guide Hunter Region tours here…

5. The Saddle Camp Tiny House, Braidwood – East of Canberra

Best for: Farmstay, Horseriding, Children Welcome, Wildlife, Movie Room, 4 Guests

Horse riding, a playground, a movie room, a games room, and plenty of resident wildlife make this one of the best tiny holiday homes in NSW for kids.

The Space

There are two houses on the property, with each one able to comfortably sleep two adults on the queen-sized loft bed and two children on the fold-out sofa bed.

Why not travel with family friends, and watch the kids enjoy trail rides while the adults catch up over a glass of wine on the porch?

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Braidwood, in the Southern Tablelands of NSW is 200kms south west of Sydney and 55kms east of Canberra, and 57kms to the coast. Denhams Beach is a very popular spot for surfing and swimming.

See also The Saddle Camp Tiny House 2, Braidwood

Highly rated with a single bed and double bed, glass surrounds for farm views, and horse riding…

6. True Colours Tiny House, Berry – South of Sydney

Best for: Farmstay, Horses, BBQ, Deck, Garden, Firepit, Children Welcome, 3 Guests

This tiny house accommodation NSW is set on the peaceful property of True Colours in picturesque Berry, which also provides animal-assisted therapy sessions. Your neighbours will be the resident horses, chickens, dogs, and a cat, as well as abundant native cockatoos, galahs, wrens, and kookaburras.

The Space

Warm browns and stylish blacks create a cosy atmosphere inside, while a mini front garden area has a BBQ and firepit to stay warm while enjoying the scenery outside.

Pop into Berry on the first Sunday of the month for the popular country markets, or try out one of the many cafes and boutique shops year-round, all only 2 minutes away.

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Berry is a historic country town only a 2-hour drive south of Sydney. The town is a popular weekend getaway with beaches, boutiques, walking trails, mountain biking, parks, art galleries, and delicious eateries.

7. Tiny House Woonona – Wollongong

Best for: Adult Only, Garden Setting, Dog Friendly, Affordable, 2 Guests

Set in a large fully fenced garden, this chilled-out, and comfortable Tiny House is in Wollongong’s northern beach suburb of Woonona. The Aboriginal meaning of Woonona is ‘place of young wallabies’.

The Space

This dog-friendly Tiny House has a fully equipped kitchen, lounge space, double bed in the loft, bathroom with shower, relaxing hammock and seating in the garden. A bunch of super cute bunnies and silkie chickens are your friendly neighbours!

You’re near the shops and Bulli Beach with 900 metres of white sand beach, parkland, BBQs, and a large sea pool. From Bulli Beach, you can cycle on the picturesque Wollongong Shared Cycleway into the city.

Don’t miss the monthly Foragers Market with local produce, fashion, coffee, hot food, art, plants, music, and lots more.

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8. Sithuri Tiny House, Windeyer – Inland from Sydney

Best for: Alpaca Farm, Outdoor Bath, Fire Pit, Farm Tour, Bush Walks, Mountain Biking, Gold Fossicking, 3 Guests

Located on a working alpaca farm in Windeyer, 3.5 hrs inland from Sydney, the next on our list of tiny holiday homes in NSW has 300 acres of farmland to explore. Bring your mountain bike along to enjoy the rugged on-site trails, or go bushwalking and visit ducks on the dam.

The Space

3 tiny houses to choose from or book them all. Each has a kitchenette, a bed in the loft and a sofa bed in the lounge. Don’t miss a soak and stargaze in the outdoor bath (available on request).

You can even try your luck at fossicking for gold – the farm was built on top of an old gold mine! The local host can take you on a personalised wine tour in the nearby Mudgee wine region, or on an in-depth tour of the farm to meet and feed the animals. 

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9. Pindari – Tiny Home Kangaroo Valley, West Cambewarra

Best for: Off-Grid, Log Burner, Fishing, Fitzroy Falls, Morton National Park, Baby Q Weber, 2 Guests

Go completely off the grid at this eco-friendly tiny house accommodation NSW. Solar-powered electricity, filtered and UV-treated rainwater, and a flushing toilet septic tank system give you the comforts of home while enjoying complete disconnection from civilisation.

The Space

45 acres of surrounding natural bushland are yours alone to relish, as well as great views of Mount Scanzi from your shaded wooden deck. Right out the front is Bugong Creek – a great spot to do some fishing.

Watch out for wallabies, possums, kangaroos, and wombats, and in the mornings enjoy the bird dawn chorus.

Here’s the official website for Kangaroo Valley: https://visitkangaroovalley.com.au/ 

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10. Big Tiny 6Sixteeen The Banks, Agnes Banks Sydney

Best for: Stylish, Firefly Lights, Firepit, Near Kurrajong Village, Hot Tub, Hammock, 4 Guests

This charming green number might just have the most character of our tiny holiday homes in NSW. The exquisitely designed and detailed house has perfectly positioned double glass doors in front of the sofa, so you can sit and gaze at the sunset over serene rolling hills.

Just down the slope is Godolphin horse stud, home to some of the most elite racehorses in the world – get up early to see them in action training. A hammock, bean bags, and outdoor chairs provide a variety of seating options to nibble on cheese and wine around the fire pit.

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