New South Wales’ top five stays

Airbnb in New South Wales is booming. The variety and quality of stays is staggering. However, many of the most lavish stays come with an equally exorbitant price tag. Many of these are far above most people’s budgets – we’re talking around $2000 a night – so to keep things a little more realistic, YourLifeChoices has chosen the top five Airbnbs in NSW that cost less than $400 a night. You won’t be disappointed.

1880s Church by the Colo River
4.86 stars
$295.71 per night

This charming converted church sits on an acre of land surrounded by gardens and offers stunning views of the nearby Colo River. It’s located in close proximity to riverside bike trails, Tizzana winery and great local eateries. One review said that the unique church was more charming and delightful than even the photos could capture. Another traveller said that “absolutely stunning is an understatement”.

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Secluded Magical Rainforest Retreat
4.97 stars
$175.71 per night

Cross the fairy light lit bridge and enter your own magical paradise amongst the treetops. This romantic, secluded cabin overlooks a beautiful creek and comes equipped with everything you could want for the perfect holiday. The fully equipped kitchen, outdoor breakfast bar, wifi and woodfire make it the most luxurious yet cosy stay you’re likely to find in the rainforest.

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The Shearing Shed Cowra – Rustic Farm Stay
4.98 stars
$180 per night

This unique stay is actually a renovated shearing shed located in the heart of the Lachlan Valley just 5km from Cowra. Enjoy spacious open plan living with all the modern comforts of heating and air conditioning while living out your country dreams. Hosts Viv and Chris are warm and welcoming, but you’ll have the entire farm stay to yourself. 

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The Laurels B&B Fitzroy Room
4.96 stars
$325 per night

The Laurels B&B was built in 1919 and features period furniture, establish gardens and spacious verandas. Located in Kangaroo Valley in the Southern Highlands of NSW, the property backs onto the Morton National Park. The home features four bedrooms with king-sized beds, electric blankets, flat screen TVs and ensuite bathrooms. You can book these rooms individually or for groups of up to eight people.

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Strikes 2
4.98 stars

This architecturally designed, self-contained luxury cottage is nestled in the heart of Mudgee wine country. This romantic cottage is one of two on the property, both enjoying exquisite, elevated views of the Eurunderee Valley. Along with the striking landscape, Mudgee offers top class restaurants and vineyards, making this the perfect getaway for any foodie couple.

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Have you travelled around New South Wales? What areas would you recommend to a first-time traveller? What was the best accommodation you enjoyed while visiting?

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Written by Liv Gardiner

Writer and editor with interests in travel, lifestyle, health, wellbeing, astrology and the enivornment.

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