Small in Size, Big in Charm: 5 of Western Australia’s Best Tiny Homes

best tiny home stays WA

Nestled amidst the rugged beauty of Western Australia’s vast landscapes, tiny homes have emerged as a unique and sustainable housing solution, not to mention an epic way to connect with the land and get off-grid. From the golden shores of Perth to the enchanting wilderness of Margaret River, we’ve mapped out the best tiny homes Western Australia has to offer.

With their clever design, eco-friendly features, and efficient use of space, these small dwellings redefine the notion of home. We discover the hidden gems of Western Australia’s tiny home movement, where living small sparks endless possibilities.

best tiny home stays WA
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Heyscape Tiny Cabins

Multiple Locations
Dotted along Western Australia’s remote yet beautiful regions are thoughtfully designed cabins offering the perfect blend of comfort and style. From Esperance to Yallingup, travellers can book a tiny Heyscape abode equipped with modern amenities and a touch of eco-consciousness. Whether nestled in the serene countryside or perched near breathtaking coastal views, these cabins offer a unique retreat for those seeking tranquillity and a memorable off-grid experience.

best tiny home stays WA
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Rivers End Retreat

Plopped amidst the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Albany, Rivers End Retreat captures the essence of the Great Southern region. This stunning tiny stay blends seamlessly with its surroundings, boasting an earthy aesthetic from its dark shipping container exterior to its warm timber floors and panelling. Surround yourself in nature as you gaze out of your windows onto the picturesque Kalgan River, which winds its way through this untouched corner of the earth. With the Stirling Ranges mountains and breathtaking beaches just a short drive away, you won’t find anything else like it.

best tiny home stays WA
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Esperance Chalet Village

Settle into large A-frame hideaways with Esperance Chalet Village. A few options include a large A-frame chalet, a studio, or a cottage that sleeps four. Regardless of your choice, each abode offers a charming escape. Step inside to discover all-white interiors, with a plush king bed nestled on the upper level, offering panoramic views over the treetops from the balcony. The hideaways are equipped with a basic kitchenette complete with a microwave, Rubra artisan tea/coffee, and a fridge. Enjoy meals at the dining table, unwind in the lounge area, and savour outdoor cooking on the BBQ.

best tiny home stays WA
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The Grove at Ryan’s Rest

For those acquainted with tiny houses, you’ll instantly fall in love with this adorable retreat. It features a cosy queen bed on the upper level, complete with an opening skylight for stargazing. The bathroom has luxurious Belgium linen waffle towels and hot and cold water because creature comforts are essential.

Step outside and discover a spacious outdoor patio with a barbecue and dining area. There’s also a relaxing space with outdoor beanbags, outdoor games to entertain you, and a 3km walking trail. And, of course, no accommodation is complete without a wood-fired outdoor bath—a must-have for a truly serene experience.

best tiny home stays WA
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Hidden Cabins

Ferguson Valley and Peel Region
Hidden Cabins offers two equally remote tiny homes, Florence and Henry. Henry is the newest addition, tucked away in a serene natural setting just 1.5 hours south of the city, while Florence, the flagship property, is surrounded by a lake and an Australian bush. Inside, find everything you need for a country escape, including a fireplace.

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