Romantic staycations in a tiny home. Tiny Away weekend getaways.

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Romantic staycation is quite possibly the best way to mark any occasion. Especially when Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, so there’s an ideal excuse to enjoy a weekend escape in a tiny house.

There are a few different tiny house website to consider. Try looking at Tiny Away has over 65 unique short-stay tiny house accommodation options in New South Wales and Victoria.

Here are the top tiny house staycations to consider during Valentine’s Day weekend, no matter what type of romantic you are:

90 mins west of Sydney, the Hawkesbury is best-known for its winding river from which the region gets its name. Explore colonial-era pubs, churches and squares dotted throughout the region.

Where to stay?
St Albans: situated on the sandstone hill within the Forgotten Valley (Macdonald Valley) on a 30 acre property, overlooking the farming land.

Malniri Park (Freemans Reach): a family owned property set high on a private plateau with stunning views overlooking the property’s working farm to the fertile lowlands of the Hawkesbury River.

What to do?
A hearty pub lunch at the 1836 Settlers Arms Inn St Albans, made of convict sandstone; explore the much-loved Sunday markets in historical Windsor; take a road trip through riverside gem Wiseman’s Ferry; uncover wildlife and indigenous rock art in Yarramundi; visit the cellar doors of local favourite Bilpin Cider; or sip and slurp your way through the Hawkesbury Harvest Farm Gate Trail.

The iconic bushland of the Blue Mountains (2 hours west of Sydney) gives way to villages that echo a bygone era, the Blue Mountains is the perfect backdrop to a romantic weekend away. With the world-heritage Blue Mountains National Park on your doorstep and a burgeoning foodie and brewery scene.

Where to stay?
Nanook (Kanimbla): set in the picturesque and tranquil Kanimbla Valley, soak in stunning views of the Blue Mountains escarpments and countryside from your tiny deck, enjoying the evening light with a glass of wine and spot kangaroos hopping by.

Willow Tree Bend (Kanimbla): your tiny house is surrounded by a small vineyard where your hosts produce homemade wines. Need we say more? Oh, and the resident canine ‘Ringo’ is on hand, ready to give some extra Valentine’s Day love.

What to do?
Adventuring through one of the many bushwalks on offer; embark on a picturesque scenic drive through the many historical towns and villages; high tea at the gorgeous Hyrdo Majestic Hotel, sipping local craft beers at Katoomba’s Mountain Culture Beer, casual eats and drinks at the funky local favourite Leura Garage.

Unwind in the lush countryside of one of NSW’s most famous wine region, the Hunter Valley (2 hours north of Sydney). Drink in both the countryside views and world-class wine, and discover world-renowned restaurants and spas in one of the best natural landscapes Australia has to offer.

Where to stay?
Maggie’s Farmstay (Howes Valley): relax and unwind with the company of farm animals overlooking beautiful mountain views all while being secluded in nature. No wifi or mobile reception on the property means you and your special someone need to come prepared to truly disconnect!

888 (Pokolbin): a perfect tiny spot for your perfect getaway. Located on the award-winning The Vintry Country House in central Pokolbin, the heart of the Hunter Valley vineyards.

What to do?
Pack a champagne hamper and enjoy a picnic at the Hunter Valley Gardens; soar gently over the vineyards in a hot air balloon; experience a delicious hatted restaurant, such as Muse Kitchen, Bistro Molines or Margan; cook up a storm and learn local culinary secrets at the Hunter Valley Cooking School.

The Great Ocean Road is extensive in what you can explore and discover, or if you want to kick up your feet and completely unwind, this is the perfect spot for you.

Where to stay?
Drumour: Set on a 125 year old homestead of 23 acres located a couple of minutes outside of the historic village of Beeac.

Geelong Manna Gum: Nestled among the native flora and fauna next to the Great Otway National Park, it is the perfect setting for your refreshing escape — surrounded by nature.

What to do?
Visit Brae Restaurant, Otways-breveries, otways fly and bike trails, Great Ocean Road, World heritage bird watching area to the Red rock lookout. Take in glorious landscapes, views, iconic surf breaks, waterfalls, nature walks, as well as the famous 12 Apostles.

Famous for its spectacular native forests, iconic attraction Hanging Rock, and thriving artisan food and wineries, make Macedon Ranges.

Where to stay?
Treetops Tiny: A beautiful wildlife setting amongst the trees. 5 minutes from the historical town of Maldon. Property offers bird watching, bush walks and a chance to get out and enjoy the nature. You’ll love this place if you are into riding bikes, motorbikes or horse riding.

Hillside: Blue Spur Farm, a working farm, with animals such as cows and sheep. The property is a beautiful 2000 acre farmland with magnificent views of the open fields and hills. Relaxing with open views access to national parks and reserves.

What to do?
Neighbouring area of Red gum plains rolling to Mitchell river flats. There is a beautiful open field with views to hills and over 2000 acres of flats. The nearest town is Bairnsdale and nearby are Lakes entrance, Lindenow village and Wy Yung town.

Bask in the sunshine and fresh sea air, sample innovative local cuisine, and immerse yourself in the relaxed alfresco lifestyle of the Mornington Peninsula.

Where to stay?
Wodalla Horse Farmstay: Explore 65 acres of farmland with activities such as horse riding and farm tours on the stud farm, and bushwalking is also popular paired with amazing views.

San Remo Waterfront: Waterfront location, ocean views all in an tiny house with tons of attractions on Phillip Island. Catch the sunset together with little penguins that come ashore in groups or watch track motorcycle and car racing.

What to do?
Nyora is close to the townships of Loch, which has four coffee food stores, and two of these are open for dinner on weekends, Kernot has a lovely pizza store with live music. With neighbouring vineyards, wineries and brewery.

For other Valentine’s Day ideas, check out our gift guide – from experiences for couples to try, creating a romantic picnic to gifts for her.