You Can Now Escape to a Luxury Dome Tent in the Middle of the NSW Bush

This two-person stay is located on a sprawling property and totally secluded, with stunning views and minimal carbon footprint.
Libby Curran
November 05, 2018

If a luxury getaway is on the cards this summer, NSW has a stunning new outback accommodation option to add to your wish-list.

Set on a 9000-acre family-run, third generation beef and sheep property near Warialda in the state's north (about seven hours from Sydney and five from Brisbane), the newly launched Faraway Domes promises a luxury secluded escape, with the added bonus of a minimal carbon footprint thanks to an off-grid power supply.

Designed to be able to create its own natural heating and cooling, the self-contained geodesic dome structure fits two and is kitted out in style. You're sure to feel right at home with the luxury four-poster king size bed, a proper bathroom, open-plan living area with TV and, if you choose, a full kitchen stocked with your choice of gourmet eats and ingredients. Meanwhile, a surrounding elevated deck (complete with an outdoor bath) takes full advantage of those sweeping rural views, ideal for nights spent sipping wine under the stars.

When you're not living it up in your gorgeous temporary home, you'll find plenty nearby to keep you entertained — Macintyre Falls, Copeton Dam, Cranky Rock Nature Reserve and the Ceramic Break Sculpture Park are located all within an hour's drive of the dome.

Faraway Domes currently just has one dome on the property, with plans to construct more in the future.

Faraway Domes opens for bookings today with a one-night stay priced at $372. You'll find it at 405 Munsies Road, Warialda, NSW. 

Published on November 05, 2018 by Libby Curran
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