Introducing a NEW tourism experience in South Australia!

“The Pink Lake Tiny House”

Introduce Pink Lake tiny House

Stay in comfort in a uniquely crafted, hand-built, eco-friendly “tiny house”, situated directly across from South Australia’s most accessible and iconic pink salt lake - Lake Bumbunga.

 

Perfect for travel in COVID-19 times as non-contact travel is possible.

Pink Lake Tiny House
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Pink Lake - Lake Bumbunga
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Lake Bumbunga at sunrise
Sky mirroring on Pink Lake, Lake Bumbung
Living area
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Main Loft bedroom with authentic Japanes
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The Pink Lake Tiny House sleeps four people in two loft bedrooms that feature authentic Japanese futon beds. Kitchen facilities, include  a refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee machine, soybean milk maker and basic cooking utensils. Bathroom facilities including a bio-composting toilet, hand basin and rain-shower. Bathroom towels, blue-tooth speaker and karaoke microphones, and games are also provided.  Food - bring your own or or pre-order from the adjacent Jitterbean Cafe. 

 

The Pink Lake Tiny House is a self-contained “off-the-grid” accommodation facility, ensuring the guest’s stay is gentle on the planet and climate-friendly. Electrical power is generated through solar panels on the roof and then stored in a battery. For water, the tiny house uses rainwater collected on the roof and stored in a 5,000-litre tank. Mains water and electricity are available as a back-up if required. The greywater runs through a filter system to water a plant bed.

 

  • Take photos of the lake at sunset, take some more photos in the morning – it is constantly changing in colour.

  • See the stars of the amazing Milky Way at night and wake up in the country.

  • The Clare Valley wine region with an amazing array of fine restaurants and cellar doors is only a short drive away.

  • The coastal towns of Wallaroo and Moonta Bay are also only a short drive away.

  • Soak up the history with a visit to Bungaree Station, the oldest working family owned sheep farm, which has plenty of historic buildings dating back to 1841 and only 40 minutes’ drive away.

  • Visit the creature, known as “Loch Eel”, a local tourist attraction for over 30 years.

Access:

Lake Bumbunga is situated on the Eastern side of the town of Lochiel, which is a 90-minute drive (125km) north from Adelaide. This is the only accommodation situated anywhere near the famous pink lake of Lake Bumbunga. It is also located beside a well-known local cafe. Guests can drive right up and park next to the tiny house. 

Indicative Retail Rates:

$280.00 for one or two people per night (minimum one-night stay)

Additional guests $35.00 per person per night.

 

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For further information and bookings:

AmazeTour, 83-89 Currie St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000

Phone 08 8221 6453   Email: booking@amazetour.com

Visit www.airbnb.com.au or www.stayz.com.au.

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