Get back to nature only 25 minutes from the Adelaide CBD! Be surrounded by native flora & fauna in your own fully functional tiny house. Set on the edge of a natural spring that runs into the Sturt River, this is the ideal spot for all nature lovers or those looking for that extra comfort from traditional camping.
“Cozy space in great location surrounded by nature and the local bandicoots. We had a wonderful stay at Tim's tiny home. Lovely little spot to be one with nature and perfect place to stay during this crazy times. Highly recommended and definitely be back. Thanks Tim for being a wonderful host and for sharing your place to us. Cheers!”
A raw Australian experience overlooking the lush vines of the McLaren Vale wine region. Set on a secluded hill top, you can light a fire in the pit there, watch the kangaroos hop and the sun set over the vale whilst sipping on a local wine. With kangaroos at you door step we offer an opportunity to get back to nature in a stunning camping spot whilst resting in a comfortable and cosy bell tent.
“Such a lovely place to stay. Cozy and comfortable bed. Views were awesome. Stayed on a cold winter night but it was the best with the campfire and some wine to keep you warm. Truly an amazing experince. Great place to spend quality time with your parter and to isolate during the pandemic and crazy times. Thanks Isabelle. Definitely recommend and would be back. Cheers!”
This modern inner city house makes for a perfect start point to exploring Adelaide. The house is ideally located in a quiet street a short walk to classic hotels, close to Gouger Street with its iconic Central Market and restaurants. Take the free tram to world class Adelaide Oval for a concert, AFL or Test, walk to the V8 track, Tour Down Under, Fringe, or Womad, or enjoy a sunlit courtyard, 2 off street parks. 這個現代化的內部城市房子是探索阿德萊德的完美開始。
“A kind and warm welcome from Prue! And a comfortable city hide away with off street parking. Our family enjoyed it and all the spaces worked well. Great coffee and food just around the corner. The place was immaculate.”