They are “off-grid”, modelled on barns, hidden in vineyards, and inspired by bee hives or neighbours with farmyard animals...
...these are some of the unique attributes of a range of new eco-friendly accommodation in WA’s South West.
The region has long appealed to visitors for its serenity and raw beauty, so it makes sense that emerging tourism providers are trading heavily on its natural splendour and offering accommodation where guests feel like they’re entwined with the local flora and fauna.
International tourism may have disappeared, but West Australians are exploring our State in huge numbers, seeking unique experiences and accommodation.
Here are three fresh and unusual stay options for your next trip down south.
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