Tiny house company Tiny Away has cute and exclusive accomodation popping up all around the country and has just opened the doors to its first tiny houses in Tasmania, perfect for weekend getaways.


With over 120 quaint and cosy, yet strategically and eco-friendly designed tiny houses smattered across rural and regional Australia, Tiny Away is getting a real grasp on the tiny accommodation game! And these two houses in Tassie are the latest addition.

‘We are so excited to finally set our wheels in Tasmania. With fantastic scenery, beautiful beaches, a huge wilderness to explore, and delicious food and wine, Tasmania has so much to offer visitors, whether from the mainland or a Tassie local looking to explore their own backyard,’ said Jeff Yeo, Tiny Away’s Co-Founder.

Where are these tiny houses?

The two tiny houses now available for booking are Quirindi, in the quiet fishing town of Dunalley, 45 minutes drive from Hobart, and Cottesloe, found just outside of Launceston in the small town of Hagley. 

Quirindi is situated on an eight-acre property but is enveloped by bush and grassland, where local wildlife flourishes. If you’re after a quiet and quaint seaside retreat with a few local spots to throw in a line, this is ideal. Stay in Quirindi for $179 per night.



Cottesloe is nestled amongst farmy pastures and riddled with farm animals to dote upon. If you ever grow sick of that, cafes, museums, bakeries, and galleries await just a short drive away in Deloraine. A night in Cottesloe will set you back $179. 



Bookings for both tiny houses are now open.