Six super cool Aussie Airbnbs

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While I’m used to hunting down budget Airbnbs for my weekends away, I can never help myself from looking up the more luxurious options. Cool architecture, unique homes and stunning locations are just the beginning.

These are – in my opinion – the six best Airbnb’s in Australia. 

Treehouse, New South Wales  
$954.14 / night
Secluded is an understatement when it comes to this treehouse hovering above 600 acres of private wilderness in the Blue Mountains. The property sits between a World Heritage-listed rainforest and two national parks. Oh, and you can enjoy these stunning views from the built-in hot tub.  

Learn more about the Treehouse Blue Mountains stay here.

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The Carriage, Western Australia  
$208.57 / night
This decorated train carriage was once a part of the Barossa Valley Hotel. This beautiful restored carriage is located in Mundaring, surrounded by the Perth Hills and Swan Valley vineyards, this destination combines a quirky, rustic accommodation with fine dining, local pubs and weekend markets.

Learn more about The Carriage – Mundaring here.

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‘The Cube’ Murray River, South Australia
$257.86 / night
Live out your houseboat fantasy on the Murray River. Described as a “Modern Concept Floating Eco Pod”, this unique floating room for two contains is fully equipped with its own kitchenette, so you can make your own barbecue breakfast on the floating deck. If you don’t feel like a stroll down to the nearby shops, try catching your own dinner while you relax on the deckchairs.

Learn more about The Cube here.

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Thalia Haven, Tasmania
$900 / night
Want to enjoy views from you bath on your private deck? Do so, set on a private 130-acre wooded peninsula surrounded by the sublime blue waters of Great Oyster Bay. This slice of paradise accommodates up to eight guests, so you and your friends can roam the 5km of sandy beaches together.

Learn more about Thalia Haven here.

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Squeakywindmill Boutique Tent, Northern Territory
$185 / night
Just 15km from the Alice Springs CBD, Squeakywindmill allows you to relax on your own deck and admire the views, sunset and wildlife. If you’re looking to combine luxury hotel living, with the rugged outback of central Australia, this is the place for you.

Learn more about Squeakywindmill Boutique Tent here.

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The Manor Basket Range, South Australia  
$260 / night
It’s never too late to live out your royal fantasy of living in a castle. Stay in the Manor townhouses, situated within the Manor Basket Range, a historic castle and country estate in the Adelaide Hills. If the location and architecture don’t capture your imagination, maybe the shared terrace and sweeping gardens will.

Learn more about The Manor Basket Range here.

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Where was the most spectacular Airbnb you’ve stayed at? If you could spend a night in any of these properties, which would you choose and why?

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