Placed sensitively on a rugged finger of land that reaches into the Southern Ocean, Yambara is your front-row seat to the whale migration in the waters of Sleaford Bay. The first luxurious tiny abode for Eyre Way, Yambara is a Barngarla word meaning away, out of sight. It’s a place you can hide away from the everyday and immerse yourself into the wild beauty of South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula. Inside, sustainably-minded design melds with handmade Moroccan tiles and Bed Thread linen. Unlike some tiny homes, the clever layout includes a loft bed so littlies can join the adventure. Freshly roasted Boston Bean coffee is supplied at check-in, while you’ll find handcrafted locally made soap in the bathroom, and can opt to order breakfast and meals hampers filled with quality local produce. The only thing that could possibly top the experience is a wellness session add-on for your own private yoga and meditation session.
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