Local holidays with a difference – we take a sneak peek inside three of SA’s most unique short-stays.
Glamping in The Barossa
If you like your creature comforts, you’ll love this. Discovery Parks – Barossa is now home to the region’s first luxe glamping experience. The 12 safari tents are surrounded by native gums and boast breathtaking vineyard views, plus they also share a private pool, heated spa, BBQ and lounge area. Visit a winery during the day, and then relax on your private three-metre deck at night. A great idea for a special celebration or romantic getaway. To find out more head to their website here.
Get of the grid with a tiny getaway in the Adelaide Hills. CABN tiny homes is the brainchild of Adelaide’s Michael Lamprell, who, after years spend living and working with the excesses of consumerism decided to make some major life changes. After a chance meeting with some guys from Harvard University who were a couple of years into a start-up in the US that involved building tiny houses, Michael set about bringing the concept to Australia and New Zealand. The result is CABN tiny off-grid homes that are entirely self-sustainable and can be effortlessly placed absolutely anywhere. The designs blend in with the Australian landscape and include all of life’s luxuries, such as king size sleeping loft, full bathroom and day bed. Keep an eye on CABN here for details on new CABNs that will be available by December, perfect for your next off-grid getaway.
Houseboat with a Difference
The Cube is a floating eco-pod – think total luxury right on the mighty Murray River. The large covered sundeck is perfect for balmy days spent watching the world go by – of course, if you’re after a bit more adventure the pod comes complete with two kayaks and fishing rods. The Cube