About Us

The Pink Lake Tiny Houses are located in the town of Lochiel, directly opposite the famous pink salt lake, Lake Bumbunga

Lochiel is ideally situated between the gourmet food and wine region of the Clare Valley and spectacular coastal scenery of Yorke Peninsula.

A unique experience only a 95 minute drive from Adelaide.

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You will love your stay at the Pink Lake Tiny House

here's why...

The Pink Lake Tiny House delights in delivering guests a relaxing and memorable experience in a unique location. Guests fall in love with the tiny houses which are cute, comfortable and the attention to detail is so evident. They are eco-friendly accommodation which appeals to guests for their tiny environmental footprint or who are curious about tiny house living.

Our guests experience amazing views of the pink lake directly in front of the tiny houses with its constantly changing colours from dawn to dusk in deluxe comfort. Enjoy sitting on your front patio deck overlooking the lake sipping your favourite drink at sunset. Enjoy the the fire-pit and toast some marshmallows in the evening and then wake up to the sound of the country galahs in the morning.

Experience a simpler life and connect with your companions, whether it be for a romantic recharge or a family getaway. Guests have the entire tiny house, front deck and fire-pit to themselves. Children are always delighted by their cubby-like loft bedroom.

Touring the surrounding area:
Clare Valley

The Clare Valley region, a short drive over the hills, is all about ‘experiencing’. The area is known for its delectable wines – particularly  ‘Riesling’ white wines and gourmet food. Visitors can hire a bike to cycle along the famous ‘Riesling Trail’, a 33km bike track, linking quaint towns, restaurants and winery cellar doors.

If history intrigues, embark on a fascinating exploration into the lives of South Australia’s wealthy gentry during the late 1800s at majestic Martindale Hall near Mintaro, step back in time in Burra, famed for its copper mining heritage, or do a self-guided tour at Bungaree Station, the oldest family owned sheep station in South Australia.

Yorke Peninsula Lighthouse

Touring the surrounding area:

Yorke Peninsula

The Yorke Peninsula region, a short drive to the west, is a mecca for fishing, boating, surfing, swimming and bushwalking along the many kilometres of pristine coastline. Spend your day lounging on sandy-white beaches or splashing in crystal clear waters at Moonta Bay.

Enjoy a seafood lunch overlooking the sparkling sea, or quench your thirst at The Bond Store – local craft brewery & gin distillery in the town of Wallaroo.

Bookings for tours require seven days advance notice.
Full payment is required prior to booking confirmation.
Last minute bookings may be possible to accommodate, but subject to availability. For urgent bookings we recommend you call us.

We require a full payment to secure the booking. This will be deducted from your credit card after we receive your booking request. Payment via a credit card will incur a 1.5% surcharge. Once payment is received we will send an email confirmation of your booking.

100% refund for any cancellations made due to Government restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Cancellations with advance notice of more than 14 days: we will issue or credit note or offer a full refund minus a $55 handling fee.
Cancellations between 7-13 days: we will issue or credit note or offer a refund of 50% of the booking amount.
Cancellations within 7 days or no-show on day of departure: no refund will be applicable.