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A tiny house opposite a pink lake? Sounds like the stuff of fairytales, but it’s completely real and totally worth a stay!

Just 95 minutes from Adelaide, Pink Lake Tiny House is a cluster of three tiny houses in Lochiel, which make the ideal base to check out both the Clare Valley and Yorke Peninsula. At the heart of these unique, custom designed, eco- friendly houses is some big love for our Mama Earth and a treat for your eyes, as they’re perfectly situated overlooking the spectacular pink salt lake, Lake Bumbunga.

The tiny house phenomenon is all over our screens these days, and Michael and his wife Christina haven’t cut any corners in creating these cosy abodes. “It’s all been designed as an entirely eco-friendly accommodation experience with solar panels, a 5,000-litre rainwater tank, bio-composting toilets and a grey water system that waters plants. A stay here has a very low impact on the planet.”

With over 30 years’ experience in tourism, Michael and Christina added many thoughtful touches that make for a memorable stay. “We had everything custom-built using high-quality materials, so it’s well insulated, has reverse cycle air con, and we’ve used compact spaces cleverly. We also provide you with plenty of extras, including free wi-fi, a Bluetooth speaker, games, a hairdryer and even karaoke microphones. Our five-star reviews speak for themselves.”


Tiny they may be, but your options are plentiful when you book a stay in one of the three houses on site — the original, Sakura, means Cherry Blossom and has a Japanese theme; the Peony house is designed as a modern (as large as you can build) tiny house with a queen bed made from applewood downstairs and a loft bedroom. Finally, there is the smallest studio-sized house called the Dandelion Retreat.

Choose from a two-day, one-night tour, where you can drink delicious vinos in Clare Valley one day; and soak up the spectacular coast of the Yorke Peninsula the next day. Book a self-drive, self-catering experience, or if you opt for a hosted experience, Michael will personally look after you with a welcome drink, butler services, a Korean barbecue dinner, a campfire and star talk (in winter).

“We cater for everyone, including babies right through to 98-year-olds, best friends, families, couples on a romantic getaway — we just want you to relax, connect, enjoy the tiny house and the incredible pink lake. It’s like nothing else!”

For a big adventure that leaves a small footprint, check out this unique accommodation in beautiful SA.

Mention this article for a free bottle of special purple wine during your stay. Direct bookings only.


Em Worthington

Em Worthington

Writer and Content Creator for Adelady, her heart starts racing at the sight of a whiteboard or mere mention of a brainstorm.

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