Nestled high upon a hill with breathtaking 360 degree views of the Murrambidgee river flats and the Kimo valley, this glamping cabin in Australia is a singular experience.
Designed by architects Anthony Hunt and Luke Stanley, the cabin was created to highlight the breathtaking scenery while limiting its human footprint.
Totally off-grid, the stylish A-frame design makes efficient use of eco-friendly construction, solar power and off-grid techniques that coexist in harmony with nature.
Composed of sharp, clean lines and constructed of local timber, galvanized iron and steel, the cabin’s sharp silhouette stands out among the epic landscape, while remaining at one with its surroundings.
Sustainably sourced Australian hardwoods and handcrafted details evoke the character of the surrounding country dwellings while the compact interiors have a sleek, modern simplicity.
The all-in-one layout includes a living, dining and sleeping space along with a kitchen, with glazing at both ends that come to a sharp point at the roofline, elevating the eye up and out to the landscape. Even the shower has a killer view!
Engaging with the stunning scenery, this little cabin will both thrill and soothe you, in the ultimate hideaway for two.
Off-grid and unplugged – meaning no Wifi but well equipped, with someone available 24 hours a day to let guests in. Breakfast is included in the rate. Kitchen and bath amenities.
The southeast interior of New South Wales is one of the most stunning parts of Australia, where the flats of the west rise up to meet the snowy mountains of the east.
A classic Australian country town located on the Murrumbidgee River halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, Gundagai is a perfect little hamlet to stop and explore, mingle with the locals and gain insight into Australia’s pioneering past.
One of the most picturesque areas of the Riverina, the Kimo Valley spans thousands of square miles and comprises the regional cities of Wagga Wagga and Griffith, Bland, Carrathool, Coolamon, Narrandera, Snowy Valleys and Temora.
Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia. Nearest Airport: Tumut Airport (local), Canberra Airport (178km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring and Summer (September through February) when temps are great for beach going and outdoor sport, while winter (June through August) tends to be chilly.
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