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In need of a cosy winter getaway? Why not get in the spirit of Christmas in July and gift yourself an indulgent escape. We’re talking about snuggling up on the couch in front of a crackling fireplace with a nice glass of red. Here are a few great getaway ideas perfect for a weekend of hibernation. Start planning your winter escape today.
This isn’t an overnight getaway, but it’s too cute not to include! Enjoy a short hike in your snowshoes to Hotham’s hidden eco-village. In the central tipi, you’ll settle in by the fire for a French cheese fondue dinner with mulled wine! It doesn’t get much cosier than this!
Enjoy a night of luxury in the Adelaide Hills at Mount Lofty House. Tuck into a country brekkie in the morning and treat yourself to some well-deserved R&R some cheeky spa credits.
There is so much to see and do in Tassie’s Huon Valley, but you’ll be forgiven for just wanting to curl up by the fire in this cosy eco-cabin that’s tucked away in a private bush reserve.
Prepare to cosy up in your very own eco-pod. These adorable cabins are located in Central Tilba. We suggest you stock up on some delicious Tilba Cheese from the factory in town and some wine plonk yourself in front of the fireplace. They even supply a fire pit smores kit!
Indulge and luxuriate with this incredible 2 night package at Ocean View Estates. Your stay includes a guided tasting tour of the winery and brewery accompanied by a cheese platter, plus a 5 course degustation at the property’s restaurant. With all of the inclusions directly at your doorstep, you’ll leave feeling both pampered and rejuvenated!
Relax and unwind in the heart of the Macedon Ranges wine country. Enjoy luxury accommodation in a superior room with a 3 course dinner and full country breakfast the following morning.
Enjoy 2 nights in this adorable cottage tucked away in the Blue Mountains. If you can bear to drag yourself away from the log fire, you can take a walk through the 20 acres of natural bushland at your doorstep.