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Tiny Home Accommodation Queensland: Secluded Stays to Book This Winter

Get off the grid and go gadget-free with our edit of the best tiny house accommodation in Queensland.


With the cooler months fast approaching, it's country Queensland's time to shine. Leave the city (and your phone) behind for a cosy weekend amidst the serene and impossibly green landscapes. Maximum relaxation and solitude are yours for the taking. Pack some fuzzy socks and a good book, it’s time to escape.

Sound perfect? We’ve rounded up the best tiny house accommodation in Queensland that you need to book ASAP. They’re remote and beautiful and have little to no mobile phone coverage. Ah, the serenity...

Jardin Tiny House

Complete with its own providore menu, Jardin Tiny House has all the ingredients for the perfect gourmet getaway. A pint-sized stay but luxurious nonetheless, it’s all about the details at this well-appointed tiny house in Queensland. Among the long list of amenities, you’ll find a fire pit, self-contained gourmet kitchen, barbecue, HDTV and wi-fi. When the sun is shining, there’s plenty of fresh air fun to be had nearby, from hiking and paragliding to horse riding. Back at the property, catch the sunset in the garden, and make good use of the home’s fully stocked fridge, hampers and delicious spreads prepared by owners and fellow gourmands John and Sharon. Accommodating up to four guests, expect beautiful mountain vistas, fresh country air and the space to get away from it all.

From $236 per night

Beechmont, Queensland

Binna Burra

Binna Burra Tiny Wild Houses

Tiny house accommodation with a view? This is the spot. The Binna Burra Tiny Wild Houses are perfectly equipped for a short escape from the city with your bestie or your beau. Sip on your morning coffee, tucked under the covers while you drink in the panoramic view of the Ships Stern Range in Lamington National Park. Your tiny home comes prepared with reverse cycle aircon to keep you cosy, plus books and games to allow you to wind down and reconnect. There’s delightful hospitality a short walk away, or you can bush walk to your heart's content in the beautiful surrounds to reset.

From $365 per night

1040 Binna Burra Road, Beechmont 


Remy in Flinders Lakes is what we mean when we say going bush. Surrounded by dense greenery, this tiny house may seem off the grid but comes with all the creature comforts of a cosy country getaway – think hot water, kitchen supplies, fire pit, solar power and absolutely no WiFi. In a matter of one weekend, you'll fall in love with the fresh, rural air and warming wood fire. This charming tiny cabin is perfect for two people and a well-behaved pup.

From $223 per night

Flinders Lakes Queensland


You’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard of Haden before, but it’s not too far to travel when the destination is this heavenly! The In2TheWild team have brought their second tiny home to Queensland in the form of Charlie, a cosy cabin only forty-five minutes from Toowoomba and two and a half hours drive from Brisbane. Equipped with a queen bed plus a single in the loft, a tidy kitchenette and a panoramic view of a stunning valley, Charlie looks out across the Blackall ranges.

From $299 per night


Hale Douglas

Hale Douglas

This tiny house accommodation in Sunshine Beach has plenty of character! Hale Douglas has a retro Hawaiian surf theme and has plenty of character, having been built mostly from reclaimed and repurposed materials. With floor-to-ceiling louvred windows, a loft with a skylight and an outdoor deck surrounded by a tropical garden, this tiny home escape is perfect for your next weekend away. Billie and Stevie the labradoodles are bound to pop by and say hello too, so guests must love dogs. 

From $150 per night

Sunshine Beach

Palmer & Gunn

For a tiny home away from home, take a short drive to the Gold Coast hinterland to stay in a Palmer & Gunn “Wee Tiny” house. These one-of-a-kind tiny homes have been carefully constructed to not impose on the environment, whilst still offering everything you need for a comfortable stay. It features a gorgeous outdoor hot tub, perfect for a slow afternoon in the cooler months. This tiny house has a queen-size bed, a claw foot tub, is off the grid and most importantly… surrounded by lush rainforest and incredible waterfalls just waiting for you to explore.

From $360 per night

Gold Coast Hinterland



Now don’t go thinking that a stay in a tiny home can't be luxurious! Ketchup’s Bank Glamping have utterly outdone themselves with the stunning Baya cabin. “Baya” means ‘to come into view’ in the indigenous language of the Yugumbeh tribe - the traditional custodians of this land. With a chic and modern appearance, this tiny home has been tastefully appointed with luxurious linens, a top-notch mattress and a kitchen that the tiny home community would definitely call spacious! Drink in the uninterrupted view of the Scenic Rim’s mountainous ranges, shooting stars and clear skies.

From $349 per night

Scenic Rim



Watch the world go by and drink in the spectacular views with your morning coffee when you stay in the Heidi tiny home on the Sunshine Coast. Another incredible and carefully crafted home from the In2TheWild experts, all your creature comforts are simplified here for you, hidden away in the hinterland. Visit the local Imbil Markets to collect some fresh produce for your dinner and enjoy the art of conversation with someone special on your next escape from the busy city.

From $319 per night


Blackwattle Farm

Blackwattle Farm

The perfect getaway for couples or small families looking to pull on their boots and try out the farm life, Blackwattle Farm has a gorgeous and well-equipped tiny home just waiting for you! A winner for the animal lovers, you’ll meet mini pigs, Dexter cows, miniature goats and even alpacas! The tiny house sleeps up to four and includes a television, lounge, kitchenette and a huge balcony with a fire pit.

From $230 per night


Shanti Cabin

Shanti Cabin

Set on 44 acres of lush bushland in the Noosa Hinterland, is the tiny Shanti Cabin, designed to help you experience total relaxation and bliss on your next getaway. With a gorgeous view of the property, you’re a short stroll away from a large swimming dam that you can take a dip in to cool off on the balmy Noosa nights. Less than ten minutes from the Eumundi Markets and only twenty from Noosa means that you’ll have plenty to do if you can bear to tear yourself away from the serenity.

From $155 per night

Noosa Hinterland

The Bower

The Bower

A short drive from Brisbane and you’ll find yourself in the beautiful small town with a rainforest-filled backdrop that is Maleny. A popular destination for holiday-goers thanks to its stunning natural beauty, charming cafes and world-class artisanal eats, you really can’t go wrong with a trip to this little town. The Bower is no exception, providing a glamping style experience with a rustic tiny home, complete with continental brekkie supplies and a bush pool for the warmer weather.

From $145 per night (minimum two night stay)


Golden Hill Farmstay

Golden Hill Farmstay

If you’re searching for sustainable tiny house accommodation, the Golden Hill Farmstay is perfect for your next night away! With a cosy queen-sized bed in the loft and a couch on the ground floor to curl up with a book on, there’s plenty of room to relax indoors in the split system aircon. When you need to stretch your legs, you can wander around the farm to meet the animals, and can even arrange feeding times with the host! This property is pet friendly too, so you can bring your four-legged friend along for some R&R.

From $175 per night

Rosedale (Exact location provided after booking)

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