Top five Airbnbs in Western Australia

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Western Australia takes up the entire western third of the continent, stretching over 2646 million square kilometres. Famous for its picturesque coastal destinations and rugged interior, it’s the perfect place to relax, recharge and hit the road.

Like the great state’s population, most of its Airbnbs are huddled in the southwestern corner, hugging the coastline. The diversity of landscapes and destinations in Western Australia made choosing just five top Airbnbs nearly impossible. Do you agree with my selection?

Tiny house
5.0 stars
$185 per night

This is your chance to live out your tiny house fantasies in comfort and serenity. This off the grid property is just 15 minutes from Pemberton and sits amongst the Karri trees on a three-kilometre frontage on the Warren River. Enjoy the sounds of frogs and birdlife or take a dip in the waterway that’s exclusively yours for your stay.

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Blu Peter Penthouse
4.96 stars
$414.29 per night

Panoramic views, meticulous interior design, your own private deck, BBQ, lounge area, hammock and spa – this apartment has everything. Spend your days on the deck watching boats sail past with a glass of sparkling in your hand in this stunning North Coogee getaway. If you can bear to pull yourself away from the ocean views, you also have access to the communal gym and pool facilities.

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Petit Eco Cabin
5.0 stars
$386.43 per night

This architecturally minded timber cabin overlooks an organic vineyard from its perch beside a lake. Each window frames vineyard and farmland views, and the waterfall window in the bedroom allows you to sleep under the stars at night. While this cabin may feel secluded, it’s in prime central location to explore the Margaret River Wine Region. Oh, and there’s a fireplace, a baker’s oven and a hot outdoor bath – did someone say paradise?

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Woodlands Retreat
4.99 stars
$345 per night

This chalet is surrounded on three sides by national park, offering tranquillity, privacy and exquisite views across the valley to the ancient Porongurup Ranges. If standing or even sunbathing on the deck sounds like too much work, why not retire to the inbuilt spa from which you can admire the natural scenery with a glass of wine in your hand.

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Skyhouse Retreat
4.90 stars
$205 per night

Your childhood dream of living in a treehouse doesn’t have to die. This colourful, organic home is nestled up among the trees, so you’ll be eye to eye with your new feathery neighbours. This house unites the comfort of the cosy indoors with the colour and vibrancy of the natural world with its expansive views and floor to ceiling windows. Just a few kilometres from the beach and town centre, this is the perfect base from which to explore the Denmark region.

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Have you travelled around Western Australia? Where was your favourite place to stay? What advice would you share with other travellers?

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