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Tiny home in Moss Vale
Hideout Cabin - Luxury Tiny Home
The first of its kind in the Southern Highlands. Hideout is an exclusive luxury tiny home in an idyllic farm setting. This tiny home is set on a beautiful dam of a working horse farm, situated on over 150 acres. Guests are able to interact as much or as little as they like with the surroundings. Hideout is located 5 minutes from Moss Vale township and is also a short drive to many of the other Southern Highland townships. NOTE-WE HAVE ANOTHER TINY HOME ON THE PROPERTY, PLEASE CHECK OUR PROFILE
11 – 18 May
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Apartment in Sydney
Darling Harbour Getaway
Our  apartment is a modern and elegant 112-square-foot 2 bedrooms 2 bathroom holiday apartment on the 12th floor of One Darling Harbour. Open plan, Full size Kitchen and timber flooring lend the space charm. The tasteful modern design makes it feel like the Luxury pad. From the amazing City Views in the living room with sliding doors, Large outdoor deck you can gaze out across the Water view  towards the City skyline. *PLEASE NOTE: construction is in progress darling harbour shopping precinct.
24 – 31 July
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Tiny home in Knights Hill
Miss Flying? Stay in our Airline Themed Tiny Home!
Welcome to Just Plane Cosy! To keep with aircraft tradition, we have named our tiny home “Maiden Seattle”. She is a fully functional off-grid, Eco-friendly, all the mod-cons, super cool, airline themed Tiny Home! We think the first of its kind! Our tiny home sits in a secluded spot on a beautiful farm just outside of Robertson in the beautiful Southern Highlands, only about a 2 hour drive south of Sydney’s CBD. The property has a lovely rainforest stream and resident sheep, alpacas & wombats!
19 – 26 Mar

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Other great holiday rentals in New South Wales

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Apartment in Sydney
Luxury Apartment Overlooking City and Darling Harbour
11 – 18 Feb
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Hut in Mudgee
Gawthorne's Hut - BEST UNIQUE STAY - Airbnb 2021
28 Nov – 5 Dec
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Cabin in Main Arm
Secluded Magical Rainforest Retreat
11 – 18 Aug
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Apartment in Bondi Beach
Oh My God Beach View – Penthouse Paradise
28 July – 4 Aug
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Cottage in Great Mackerel Beach
The Little Black Shack
1 – 8 May
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Farm stay in Cobaw
Macedon Ranges - Fellcroft Farmstay - Kingfisher
19 – 26 July
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Home in Avalon
Private Luxury Apartment Sitting atop Pittwater
8 – 15 Feb
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Farm stay in Bellbrook
The wilderness cabin
20 – 27 Nov
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Tiny home in Kangaroo Valley
Banksia -Designer Tiny Home w/ Stunning Dam Views
23 – 30 Aug
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Tiny home in Newport
The Salty Dog
1 – 6 Aug
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Farm stay in Darraweit Guim
Luxury Barn with stunning views
25 Sept – 2 Oct
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Tiny home in Temora
The Uphaz - Three Ponds Estate
28 Apr – 5 May

Your guide to New South Wales

All About New South Wales

New South Wales covers an immense area of around 800,000 square kilometres in the southeast of the country. Although it is home to ever-popular attractions such as the world-famous opera house and the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the buzzing capital, travellers barely scratch the surface of everything the state has to offer. If you’re looking for beautiful beaches and epic surfing, bohemian Byron Bay and sweeping Bondi Beach are the most popular spots, with a whole host of other shores to choose from along the extensive coastline, including the 26 beaches at Port Stephens alone.

For awe-inspiring natural scenery, head to Blue Mountains National Park with its lookout points, waterfalls, and iconic sandstone rock formations like the Three Sisters in Katoomba. Wine lovers are drawn to the Hunter Valley for its more than 150 cellar doors pouring samples of the region’s famously bold Chardonnay and Shiraz. Back in Sydney, the state’s cultural centre, you’ll be greeted by theatres, museums, and galleries galore, along with major sporting and entertainment events from international cricket to open-air music festivals.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in New South Wales

Spring is a gorgeous season to be in New South Wales, when the flowers start to bloom and you can watch humpback whales migrating past the coastline. The hottest time of year here is the summer, when temperatures can get high and the beaches fill with people enjoying the region’s sought-after sand and surf. It’s also when you can witness the world-famous spectacle of the New Year’s fireworks display in Sydney. As the weather cools down in the autumn, take advantage of the lower temperatures for walks in the state’s national parks. Although the climate is generally warm in New South Wales, you can head to the Snowy Mountains for skiing from June to August. The area is home to many large-scale events, including the annual Mardi Gras LGBTQ celebrations around the beginning of March.


Top things to do in New South Wales

Broken Hill

Discover the Outback of Australia in one of the oldest mining cities in the country, about a 13-hour drive from Sydney. You can learn about the history of the area at the Albert Kersten Mining and Mineral Museum and pay a visit to the base of the Royal Flying Doctors Service. This remote city may well feel familiar — it’s been used as a location for a raft of films of all genres.

Warrumbungle National Park

New South Wales boasts more than 870 national parks and reserves, but what makes Warrumbungle National Park special is that it is the only Dark Sky Park in Australia. The area has zero light pollution, so you can camp here and witness the stars against the background of the volcanic landscape.

New England

Located in the northern part of New South Wales, New England boasts dramatic scenery among its sloping hills, gorges, and waterfalls. The region tends to be cooler with an array of microclimates, and is home to some of the highest-elevation wineries in the country. Stop off at one of the many vineyards in the Hunter Valley to learn about its terroir.

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