8 Of The Best Airbnbs In Australia
From sweeping coastal views to clawfoot bathtubs, there’s a lot to be excited about when it comes to Australia’s best Airbnb’s. It could be award-winning architecture you’re after, perhaps you’re keen to get your boots dirty in the wilderness or maybe you’re ready to kick up your feet and dig into a good book al fresco style by the pool. Whatever you’re after, these stunning holiday rentals in Australia truly have it all.
New South Wales
This exquisite holiday rental is Australia’s answer to channelling Palm Springs. With handcrafted interiors (the result of a husband and wife duo who build and design), this stunning property oozes air and relaxation. Make the most of the outdoor shower by heading on some sandy adventures in the surrounding bays of Blue Bay and Toowoon Bay (both of which are just a five-minute stroll away).
This award-winning working farm meets cooking school is everything you could imagine and more. As one of the coolest Airbnb’s in Australia, this rental is all about bringing the outside in so expect indoor courtyards, a greenhouse, bathhouse and sauna as well. You’ll also want to make note of the six-foot clawfoot bathtub and the outdoor bathroom. This one can accommodate up to six guests.
It’s really not hard to see how A Shore Thing clocks it as one of the best Airbnb’s in Australia. This property is a bonafide architectural masterpiece with a relaxed, open plan living, bi-folds which open up on a crystal blue swimming pool and windows and openings at every point imaginable you can soak up the abundance of greenery that encircles this hideaway. A Shore Thing sleeps up to six guests.
If staying in an ace Airbnb which is located inside one of Australia’s best national parks hasn’t been on your bucket list of things to do, it should be now. This shipping container turned holiday house is all about immersing yourself in the bush, one which takes up prime real estate after a day of exploring the waterfalls and rocky ridges of Litchfield National Park. But what really makes this one of the best Airbnb’s in Australia? The incredible stargazing you can lap up at night time. Hideaway Litchfield is the perfect treat for a romantic getaway.
If you’re a fan of big barn doors, exposed brick, wooden beams and the occasional friendly kangaroo or kookaburra, it’s time you called Zamia House your own for a while. Perfect for families or groups of four, this brilliantly styled holiday rental is located in Yallingup on the west coast of the Margaret River Region (which means you’ll have a slew of white beaches and limestone caves to explore while you’re here).
While it may not look like much on the outside, Bill’s Boathouse could easily take it as Australia’s most unique Airbnb and serves as an epic little reminder that bigger isn’t always better. This sustainable holiday rental can be found in South Australia’s White Sands which you’ll find on the west bank of the Murray River. Here, it’s all about getting back to basics and enjoying life’s simple pleasures so try your hand at casting a line over the riverbank, cook your catch up on the handy Weber, get into a serious page-turner on the outdoor deck chairs or light the fire pit as you kick up your heels in the outdoor bath.
Two words: waterfront shack. Coldwater Cabin is an ever-cosy cabin situated on the edge of Tasmania’s The Great Lake and boasts some of the most secluded wilderness in Australia. If you’re not knocking back a glass of red or whiskey on the rocks on the Coldwater’s alfresco deck, work the kitchen which is fully equipped with plenty of crockery, utensils, salt, pepper, oil, dried herbs and vinaigrettes. You can also stock up on goods on the drive up from a bunch of different Tasmanian wineries and food suppliers.
This certified tiny house can be found in Australia’s capital and what it lacks in size, it makes with slick and innovative design. This fully furnished 27sqm holiday rental sports a whole lot of modern living flair with an upstairs space boasting a double bed and balcony too.