Tiny House, Big Views
Story by Aurelie
After road tripping down the south coast in our camper, we headed to the small town of Braidwood for a few days at Bedervale Tiny house. Set in the middle of a 450-hectare property, needless to say, that the tiny house felt like spacious luxury after a week in our van.
With most of the national parks near Braidwood being closed because of the damage caused by the recent bushfires, we decided to hang up our hiking boots for a while and to really slow down to enjoy everything that Braidwood has to offer. We wandered around the shops, tried as many cafes as possible and spent a lot of time exploring around the beautiful property, befriending the cows (or at least trying to), catching up on reading, sitting by the fire with a glass of wine and enjoying the scenic views.
It was just so nice to enjoy each other’s company and to have some downtime together in such a quiet and relaxing setting.
We still managed to fit in a quick walk to the Big Hole in Deua National Park, which as the name states, is a very big sinkhole that is worth the detour and we can’t wait to go back when more parks open to fully explore this beautiful part of the world.
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Things We Did
Bedervale walk and sunsetBraidwood NSW 2622, Australia
Bedervale is a huge property that is worth exploring. Take a relaxing stroll and enjoy the views. And if you're lucky you may also be treated to a gorgeous sunset like we did!
Bedervale is a huge property that is worth exploring. Take a relaxing stroll and enjoy the views. And if you’re lucky you may also be treated to a gorgeous sunset like we did!