This laid-back nature-escape in the Australian goldmining town of Windeyer is set on a 300-acre alpaca farm with cosy accommodation and wide open, big sky rural views.
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedroom: 1
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 1 night

Rich in fascinating history, Windeyer is a former goldmining town in New South Wales that thrived with bustling activity during the 1850s.

These days life in the rural town runs at a much slower pace, with plenty of naturally beautiful, big-sky scenery to get lost in, and a wealth of recognised heritage sites to explore.

You’ll find Tiny House Farmstay right here; set on a 300-acre alpaca farm that’s also home to friendly farm animals, welcoming hosts, and the cosiest country-style accommodation.

Outback-living at its most glorious, you’ll bed down in a small-yet-perfectly-formed hideaway with all the facilities you’ll need for a relaxing stay. There’s a queensize bed in the loft, while the ground-floor couch can be converted into a double bed for two extra guests if needed. You’ll have an eco-friendly bathroom to freshen up in, too.

All that’s left to do is immerse yourselves in the scenic life al fresco – maybe go bushwalking or mountain-biking, take a tour of the local vineyards, or simply stay on site and help feed the animals!

Later on, reward all that hard work by firing up the barbie and enjoying lush views of wide-open fields… just as the sun begins to set. Total bliss.


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Where you'll be staying

Windeyer, New South Wales

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