The Top 5 WINTER-Ventions You Should Fill Your Weekends With!

Five of the best SA places to hide out during a weekend this winter!
The Top 5 WINTER-Ventions You Should Fill Your Weekends With!
As the temperature drops, people tend to lock themselves inside until summer,  but like anything, the best way to handle change, is to embrace it. That's why we've collected five of the best places to do all your favourite winter activities.

1. Ocean side at Victor Harbour

Victor Harbour is a great spot to spend a winter weekend. Spend your days watching the storm clouds roll in over the ocean, or taking a walk along the shore. This cosy beach cabin is a great little haven for you and your partner.


2.  A secret hideaway in the Adelaide Hills

If you're looking for something a little more secluded, checkout the rightfully named Hideyhole. Surrounded by nature, but with all the comforts of home. This rustic little cabin is the perfect place to sit outside and watch the stars. Then

enjoy freshly laid eggs and slow roasted coffee for breakfast. 


3. A cosy barn house in Hahndorf
Hahndorf is known for its picturesque main street, with cobblestone roads, vibrant autumn leaves and a cosy German eatery at every corner. It's a great place to get out and about during the day, but head back in once it gets dark. With all the winter night essentials, (fireplace, Netflix, wine) you can't go wrong with this one. This house sleeps four, so its perfect for a girls weekend away.
4. A tiny house with a huge view. 
The Tiny Home is a unique retreat nestled on a private organic farm in the heart of the Adelaide Hills. Wake to kangaroos grazing, and enjoy the open skies at night. The unique design features three spaces, each with a different purpose. With a bedroom, living area and bathroom, which features and outdoor bathtub. Tiny Home is a one of a kind experience. 
5.  A CABN in the hills.
The CABN is an off the grid tiny home, which allows up to 4 people. The eco-friendly oasis is a great way to experience all the joys of camping in the bush, without the leaky tents and freezing temperatures. With an outdoor fireplace and dinning area, its a great way to disconnect and get back to nature.