Tiny Away and Naked Wines, Wine Weekender!

Tiny Away and Naked Wines, Wine Weekender!

WIN the Ultimate Tiny House Wine Weekender 

Imagine yourself: feet up, laid back, in your own tiny house escape, while sipping on some of the most elegant wines made in Australia. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, now is your chance to make it a reality! Tiny Away and Naked Wines have joined forces to give you a chance to win the ultimate wine weekender experience. 

Enter our competition to win 1 of 5 fabulous 2-night stays in a Tiny Away tiny house, a case of Naked Wines and a private winemaker experience. 


Tiny Away’s tiny houses are dotted all over the country, some of them tucked away in our most stunning wine regions – and so Naked Wines has recruited a swag of Naked Wines winemakers to give the lucky prize-winners an exclusive, hands-on winemaking experience. 

Here’s a taster of what you could expect if you’re one of the lucky winners: 

Tiny House 888 with Ash Horner

A Hunter Valley Escape and wine experience with organic wine innovator Ashley Horner 

Tiny House 888 is located on the award-winning The Vintry Country House in central Pokolbin, the heart of the Hunter Valley vineyards. The house is set in a shiraz vineyard and is within striking distance of some of the region’s most beautiful attractions. 

Sourcing fruit from his father’s property, Ashley Horner threw himself into creating a range of organic wines that sung of the Hunter Valley.
Ash’s grapes are from organic vineyards and are made using fully certified organic practices. Ash will share his gold-medal wines and give a unique taste of one of Australia’s famous wine regions. 

A tiny house stay amongst vineyards and uncovering the ‘butterfly effect’ in the Strathbogie Ranges 

Alpaca Tiny House with Sam Plunkett

You couldn’t get much more wine weekender than resting your head amongst vineyards after a day of tastings. Alpaca Tiny House is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a bottle or two – set on 41 acres of land with a lake, creek, mountain, and the family vineyard. Witness the mesmerising puffs of white clouds in the valley while cosying up with a local drop. 

Winemaking legend Sam Plunkett will help with the local drop part, Sam sources grapes from the family vineyard in the nearby Strathbogie ranges. Winemakers don’t come much more in love with their job than him – he’d “happily spend every day around tanks, barrels, stainless steel toys and wine”. 

Witness hot air balloons and sipping new century wine styles in Orange 

Tiny Balloon House is set on a 20-acre farm near Canowindra, just outside of Orange, and is the home base for the tiny house host’s hot air ballooning business. Kick the weekend off with a hot air balloon flight or simply sit back with a local drop and witness balloon trips launching. The house overlooks canola and wheat paddocks with sweeping views towards Mt Canobolas.

If you’re unfamiliar with cool-climate, new century wine styles, Steve Mobbs’ passion and experience will get you up to speed as he takes you on a wine experience that will give you all you need to know about the gorgeous terroir in and around Orange. 

Tiny Balloon House with Steve Mobbs

Grampians Doorstp with Hamish Thomson

Uncover the wine region of the Grampians with fifth-generation winemaker Hamish Thomson 

Grampians Doorstep as the name suggests is set in a farm with vistas of the Grampians National Park, and the stunning Mt William. With numerous national parks close by with great bushwalking and sightseeing – as well as winery tasting opportunities – your weekender will be packed with exploration. 

Great Western is known internationally as a historic wine region producing award-winning wines. Think smooth, dark reds to keep you warm as the sun sets over the region. And there’s no one better to give you a taster of the region than a true region expert. Hamish Thomson comes from one of Australia’s oldest wine families, with a heritage reaching back 128 years. 

A unique tiny house stay in one of Victoria’s best-loved wine regions, and tasting with a true wine legend.

Que Sera with Jen Pfeiffer

At truly unique tiny home experience nestled in amongst the olive orchard and native trees, K Sera Sera celebrates the Rutherglen region’s landscape with beautiful mature gum trees, orchard trees, and a small olive grove. A perfect way to end a day of wine region exploration. 

One of Rutherglen’s winemaking luminaries Jen Pfeiffer will showcase her wines at what has become one of Victoria’s most renowned family vineyards, imparting her knowledge about the local wine scene, and exposing you to some great wines along the way. 

What is Tiny Away? 

The Tiny Away network includes a range of comfy eco-friendly ‘tiny houses’ for travellers seeking alternative and unique accommodation experiences. Having already grown to over 75 private locations across New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia & Queensland, Tiny Away offers adventurous road-trippers and weekenders the chance to immerse themselves in Australia’s, without compromising on comfort. 

A step up from glamping, each tiny house offers hot showers, air conditioning, a cosy queen bed, and a kitchenette. Boasting a range of stunning designs and state-of-the-art features both inside and outside, these impressively self-sufficient “compact homes on wheels” are in their element in some of Australia’s most spectacular rural settings. 

Each tiny home is made with sustainable materials and constructed in Australia by experienced builders, plumbers, and electricians. The key eco-friendly features include waterless compost toilets, rainwater collections tanks for showers, and solar panels. 

Tiny Away guests can expect to wake up and go to bed in style before having the chance to engage in a variety of exciting activities offered by landowner hosts, from farm tours and horse riding to bushwalking and quad biking.

Using a profit-sharing arrangement that sees landowners earning up to 45% of rental revenue, Tiny Away considers itself a partner with landowner hosts on a mission to create rare and exceptional accommodation experiences. 

For more information, visit: https://tinyaway.com/