Tiny homes near Lithgow with swimming

This Blue Mountains outpost has outdoor adventures right on its doorstep.

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Tiny Love Getaways

1 site · Lodging35 acres · Wheeny Creek, NSW
Welcome to Tiny Love Getaways, our Tinyhome is located in the beautiful Colo River Valley on our 35-acre property. Only 90 minutes drive from Sydney CBD we offer a Tinyhome for couples to get away where you can do as little or as much as you like with lots to explore locally. Our Tinyhome is surrounded by the bush nestled in the hill overlooking paddocks and is very much private being 200m from our farmhouse. We are the 1st property on a shared driveway but can't hear and rarely see the neighbours. The Tinyhome itself offers a spa bath on the deck, air-conditioning, a firepit area outside with as much firewood as you need, a comfy queen bed, a kitchen with microwave, gas cooktop, Webber BBQ (outside), pots pans, etc, and two bar fridges. The bathroom has instant gas hot water, a shower, and a compost toilet which is emptied after each stay and is simple to use. We have friendly farm animals which includes our 4 mini donkeys that love to say hello to our guests. Cafe 3 3-minute drive down the road, and restaurants 15 to 20 minutes drive away You are away from the hustle and bustle but not too far if you need anything. We are only a phone call away to help as well with anything you need. Only been operating since January 2023 the feedback and reviews have been amazing and we are determined you have the best stay possible. Don't wait any longer come get away and stay with us.
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Tiny homes near Lithgow with swimming guide


Encircled by seven national parks and seven state forests, outdoor adventurers will be in their element in Lithgow. After admiring the town’s heritage sites and taking a ride on the Zig Zag Railway, set out to hike, mountain bike, or horseback ride in the Greater Blue Mountains. There are mountains, lakes, and caves all within reach, so you could take to the water to fish, kayak, and water ski, or get your adrenaline fix rock climbing, canyoning, or abseiling. Campers will find just as much variety, whether pitching a tent by the lakeside or glamping with a mountain view.

Where to go

Blue Mountains

East of Lithgow, the misty peaks of the Blue Mountains National Park are cloaked in UNESCO-listed rainforest. Campers can hike through the jungle, soar over canyons on the Scenic Railway or cable car, and marvel at natural wonders such as the Three Sisters and Wentworth Falls. Venture off-road in a 4WD to explore the southern mountains, camp out in the bush, or visit the Jenolan Caves.

NSW Tablelands

Less than an hour’s drive west of Lithgow, the former gold rush town of Bathurst is the gateway to the Central Tablelands. Give yourself time to discover the region’s 19th-century villages, try gold panning along the creeks, and take in the views along the famous Mount Panorama Circuit. Camping options range from family-friendly holiday parks to farmstays on a working farm.  

Lower Hunter Valley

North of Lithgow, the sweeping gorges and dense bushlands of the Wolgan Valley and Capertee National Park provide dramatic terrain for rock climbing, mountain biking, and 4WD excursions. To the east, glowworm caves, kayaking tours, and bush camping are among the many highlights of the Wollemi National Park. 

When to go

Outdoor activities are possible year-round in Lithgow, as long as you dress for the seasons—winter campers should prepare for some frosty nights. Summer (December through February) is peak season, but there are plenty of places to escape the crowds in the surrounding national parks. Seasonal events draw large crowds to the town too, most notably the Halloween Street Festival, Ironfest (April), and the LithGlow light show (May). 

Know before you go

  • Lithgow has bus and train links to Sydney, but having your own transport is useful for exploring the national parks.
  • Lithgow has a good selection of shops, where you can pick up camping gear and stock up on supplies before heading out into the Blue Mountains.
  • Fire bans are common in New South Wales during summer and dry periods, so check local recommendations before lighting up.
  • A permit is required to camp within NSW’s national parks, and campsites must be booked in advance.

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