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Introducing a NEW tourism experience in South Australia!

“The 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
Lake Bumbunga at sunrise
Sky mirroring on Pink Lake, Lake Bumbung
Living area
Main Loft bedroom with authentic Japanes

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.


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:

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