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Australia's best pet-friendly tiny house stays

These truly drool-worthy tiny house getaways offer up a pawfect weekender for you and your furry friend.

If you can’t bear the thought of leaving home without your four-legged significant other, Tiny Away offers a range of stunning tiny homes that are pet-friendly and ready to welcome you and your goodest boys and girls for a unique stay.

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, with plenty of outdoor space for you and your pup to roam and explore. Here’s a roundup of some of the best dog-friendly stays across the country:

#1. Altitude, Monegeetta (Macedon Ranges), Victoria (lead photo)

Altitude is the ideal dog-friendly stay in Monegeetta in the stunning Macedon Ranges which is well known for Hanging Rock, foodie towns like Kyneton as well as wineries and walking trails.

Mount Macedon, Trentham Falls, Riddells Creek Farmers Market, and Holgate Brewhouse are all on your doorstep. Free from hustle and bustle, Altitude is a working goat farm (home to a resident canine friend too) and is the perfect escape where you get to be at one with nature but with the comforts of a beautifully designed tiny house.

#2. Tiny Inja, Kurrajong (Hawkesbury), NSW

Tiny Inja, Kurrajong (Hawkesbury), NSW

Just over an hour away from Sydney in village surrounds, discover beautiful birds and farm animals on this 5-acre lifestyle property. The house is close to Bilpin, the Hawkesbury River, and some of the region's best bushwalks and cycling routes.

The expansive estate is characterised by its undulating hills and soothing natural melodies thanks to the abundance of bird life. What’s more, the tiny house hosts raise Labradoodles, meaning your furry companions can socialise with new friends during your tiny house retreat.

#3. Golden Hill Farmstay, Rosedale (Bundaberg Region), Queensland

Golden Hill Farmstay is the perfect Queensland farm stay nestled on 168 acres of green pastures, dense woodlands, native wildlife, and farm animals including free-range chickens, pigs, and goats. Experience the unhurried backcountry lifestyle, unwind, and reconnect with nature.

During the day, explore the region’s landmarks, national parks and nearby towns. When the night falls, go back to your tiny house to enjoy a warm bonfire under the stars. Don’t forget to bring the firewood.

#4. Maluridae Creek Views, Lawrence (Daylesford), Victoria

Maluridae Creek Views, Lawrence (Daylesford), Victoria

Experience the slow backcountry atmosphere at Maluridae Creek Views. This ideal tiny house escape is surrounded by rolling green pastures, farmlands, and starry night skies.

Set in a perfect little triangle of Daylesford, Clunes, and Creswick, you can enjoy beautiful picnic spots, farm animals, and wildlife. Clunes Market, Lal Lal Falls, and the Mill Markets Daylesford are just a few of the nearby attractions to visit.

Willow Dale Farm,
Paterson (Hunter Valley), NSW
#5. Willow Dale Farm, Paterson (Hunter Valley), NSW

Willow Dale Farm is set in a large paddock overlooking farmland and the soothing waters of a nearby dam. 

John Tucker Park, Hope Estate, Bimbadgen, and Peterson House restaurant are all on the doorstep. Discover simple country living and soak in the 25 acres of farmland, and stunning vistas of rolling green hills.

Nestled within the picturesque landscapes of the Hunter Valley, Willow Dale Farm offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. You and your pup can engage with friendly farm animals, take leisurely strolls through the property, and ‘lap up’ the authentic country atmosphere.

Don't miss your chance to Win a Pet-friendly Tiny Away escape this Spring, valued at $600!

About Tiny Away

Founded in 2018, the Tiny Away network includes a range of comfy eco-friendly ‘tiny houses’ for travellers seeking alternative and unique accommodation experiences.

Tiny Away offers adventurous road-trippers and weekenders the chance to immerse themselves in Australia’s vast flora and fauna, without compromising on comfort.

Using a profit-sharing arrangement that sees landowners earning up to 45% of rental revenue, Tiny Away considers itself a partner with landowner hosts on a mission to create rare and exceptional accommodation experiences.

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