A Treehouse In the Blue Mountains

About ten minutes out of Blackheath on Hat Hill Road is a dreamy little treehouse.

It’s not fancy or luxurious, but it sure is beautiful. Tucked away behind the property’s main house and through a wild and lovely garden, this cosy little cabin is surrounded by tree tops and has picturesque views across the Grose Valley.

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At the back of the cabin is a decked balcony to eat and drink and stare out at the sun or the stars. Should you visit in winter it’s likely a dense mist will surround the cabin making any desire to leave the cosy loft-style bed (accessed by ladder) hard.

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There’s a fully equipped kitchen so you don’t have to stray into town to eat – if you come well stocked with food and wine – plus a couch to curl up on and a bookcase full of old books to read. A copy of the book Hippy Hippy Shake reveals the owner of this sweet bolthole to be author and co-founder of Oz magazine Richard Neville.

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There’s no TV or internet, so enjoy the time out, and explore the property and some of the great bushwalks nearby, like Pulpit Rock and Anvil Rock.

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The hack? You’d be hard pressed to find a lovelier stay in Blackheath, plus it’s amazing to have trails – and views – all to yourself, away from the overwhelming busy public ones nearby.

The Treehouse in the Blue Mountains, Blackheath, Book via Airbnb.

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