Treehouse Accommodation in NSW
Treehouse accommodation! Why didn’t we think of this sooner?!
Nothing screams holiday adventure more than actually sleeping in a treehouse, and you can do just this in NSW. Our state is full of stunning treehouse accommodations in NSW and we've done the research for you and unearthed the top treehouses to book for your next getaway.
Treehouse Accommodation in NSW
1. Love Cabins, Blue Mountains
If you want to treat yourself on your next holiday, then check out Love Cabins in the Blue Mountains.
Love Cabins are nestled between two national parks AND a world-heritage-listed rainforest, so nature lovers will be in bliss.
The Wollemi Wilderness Treehouse is a one-bedder, with a kitchen, fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and a divine-looking spa. Wake up to birds chirping outside your window, and catch a meteor shower via the in-house telescope at night.
Location: 88 Bulgamatta Rd, Berambing
Cost: The Love Cabins are yours for around $950 per night.
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2. Grandview Haus, Mt Victoria
Perched high on a hilltop in the quaint National Trust town of Mt Victoria, and constructed almost entirely of wood, Grandview Haus has all the makings of an enchanting tree house, but with all the mod cons you could want.
Architecturally designed in the mid-1970s, this awe-inspiring property has stood the test of time and offers a unique, open-plan space across three levels, with expansive views into the Kanimbla and Hartley Valleys. The house boasts accommodation for up to 11 guests, a conversation pit with an open fireplace, outdoor dining areas and a loft that makes a perfect children's playroom. Grandview Haus offers a year-round retreat for families to relax and unwind in stunning natural surroundings and is an ideal base for exploring the breathtaking Blue Mountains.
Location: Mt Victoria, NSW
Cost: You can book the Grandview Haus from $850 for a minimum 2-night stay.
3. Travellers' Treehouse, Katoomba
As the name suggests, the Travellers' Treehouse is a stunning treehouse accommodation in NSW for travellers to unwind and revel in beautiful surroundings and comfortable accommodations amongst the treetops.
The cabin can accommodate up to four guests and offers leafy views of the stunning Blue Mountains from every window. If you can tear yourself away from the tranquillity, you're just five minutes away from the Blue Mountains' famous attractions, including Scenic World and the Three Sisters.
Location: Katoomba, NSW
Cost: From $270 per night.
4. RiverTreehouse, Berowra
For treehouse accommodation in NSW with water views, book yourself in at RiverTreehouse in Berowra Waters.
This is one of the largest treehouse rentals we've seen that can accommodate up to 10 guests comfortably. This picturesque spot is only just over an hour from the Sydney CBD in a prime spot overlooking the Hawkesbury River.
Listen to the calming waters below as you drift off to sleep after a day of water fun - heaven!
Location: Berowra Waters, NSW
Cost: Book for a group of 10 from $450 per night.
5. Diamond Waters Treehouse Retreat
Diamond Waters Treehouse Retreat is an award-winning treehouse cabin offering secluded boutique accommodation surrounded by the magic of living in the forest.
Two separate luxury self-contained eco treehouse accommodations are set high among the trees overlooking the pristine Camden Haven River, with wood fires and spacious decks, and an airwalk for easy access.
Diamond Waters Treehouse showcases local products and artisans, abundant wildlife and bush tucker, vegetable and herb gardens and a campfire.
Location: 128 Diamond Head Rd, Dunbogan NSW
Cost: Stay here from $498 per night.
6. Broken Head Bodhi Treehouse
Consider this for a romantic couples getaway - it’s big enough for two! Bodhi Treehouse offers a tropical treehouse accommodation nestled amongst 17 acres of subtropical rainforest and organic gardens in the gorgeous Byron Bay region.
Bodhi Treehouse is three storeys high (so you’re bound to get some pretty wild views!) has one bedroom, a kitchen, TV, ocean views from the bedroom and eco-friendly furnishings. You will truly slow down and reconnect to nature while being enveloped in all shades of green in this sweet spot.
Location: Byron Bay Hinterland
Cost: From $250 per night.
7. Giraffe Treehouses at Jamala Wildlife Lodge
For a deluxe safari experience, the Giraffe Treehouses at Jamala Wildlife Lodge are the ultimate indulgence. Resident giraffe Humbekhali lives in the backyard!
On the banks of the Molonglo River next to Scrivener Dam in Canberra, you can wander freely through the lush surroundings where a herd of friendly animals frolic in their private enclosure. Enjoy an afternoon tour followed by a giraffe-feeding experience from your balcony.
All of the luxury treehouse accommodations feature king-size beds, bathtubs, bathrobes, internet, entertainment with complimentary Foxtel and premium amenities.
Location: Jamala Wildlife Lodge, Lady Denman Dr, Canberra
Cost: You can stay here for around $1,575.00 per night.
8. Faraway Domes
You've never experienced outback (treehouse) camping quite like at Faraway Domes.
Stargazing, bubble baths, incredible views and being at one with nature are all on the agenda at Faraway Domes treehouse accommodation in Warialda, a seven-hour drive from Sydney.
9,000 acres of pure Australian outback greet you from your dome accommodation amongst the treetops, which includes a sweeping deck, outdoor tub and all the creature comforts you wouldn't really expect from sleeping in a treehouse!
Location: 596 Munsies Rd, Warialda
Cost: Faraway Domes eco-accommodation packages start from $485 per night.
9. Breathtaking View From The Den
Wake up to a spectacular sunrise with views over the valley in treehouse accommodation like no other! As they say, "This is a very unique, ultimate mountaintop jungle fantasy!"
Breathtaking View From The Den offers one-bedroom treehouse accommodation surrounded by a Rainforest Sanctuary and Nature Reserve in Byron Bay’s hinterland that you simply must explore - dive into a pristine waterfall and breathe in the earthy smells.
Location: Middle Pocket, NSW
Cost: Breathtaking View From The Den is yours for around $225 per night.
10. The Kyoto Mountain Lodge
We just adore the decor and cosy vibes of The Kyoto Mountain Lodge perched on top of a mountain just 25 minutes drive from Byron Bay.
They suggest a 4WD to get you up the three-kilometre road to reach your humble abode. The treehouse accommodation has four bedrooms, an outdoor garden shower, a rustic enamel bathtub, solar-powered showers and an Aussie bush-meets-Scandinavia style decor.
Location: Kinabalu, NSW
Cost: You can book the Kyoto Mountain Lodge for $225 per night.
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