Three Heyscape tiny cabins will be popping up in Kings Park for a limited time next week!

Heyscape Kings Park
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It’s no secret we love our cabins tiny here at Perth is OK!, and as we head into winter our minds are constantly drifting off to cosy tiny cabin stays around WA.

Well next Saturday the tiny cabins are coming to Perth!

Heyscape Tiny Cabins is bringing their premium, off-grid and eco-friendly accommodation offering to Kings Park in Perth for a limited time only, available to book from June 7-July 28.

Heyscape Kings Park

Imagine waking at dawn to the botanic splendour of Kings Park in Perth, followed by a freshly brewed coffee or a warm bath on your own deck in a natural paradise just minutes from the CBD, overlooking the mighty Swan River…

This limited season coincides with Lightscape’s return to Perth in July, and will take up three spots around Kings Park – the DNA Tower, Dryandra and Balga carpark.

Two cabins will offer uninterrupted views of the river, while third will showcase some stunning sunrises over the CBD skyline.

Heyscape Kings Park

Their introduction to Kings Park aims to heighten awareness of the diverse activities available within Kings Park, along with developing awareness of WA’s unique flora, and further educate the public on WA Botanic Garden’s role in science and conservation.

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Guests will have access to Tiller e-bikes to explore the park, and can also jump on Kings Park Nursery tours with Horticulturists (weekdays) or botanic garden tours with Volunteer Guides (weekends).

The cabins will use solar power, compostable odourless toilets, water tank and a waste management scheme to ensure the land is left as found, along with having extensive security measures for piece of mind.

Heyscape Kings Park

“Providing opportunities to appreciate beautiful landscapes is at the heart of Heyscape’s mission, and we are excited that this trial will give guests a unique, immersive experience in the WA Botanic Garden and bushland surrounds,” said Head of Heyscape, Tim Brady.

“We invite guests to try this unique experience in an iconic location, while respecting the surrounding area and leaving minimal impact. This is an exciting initiative showcasing WA as a tourism destination.”

They’re priced at $495 per night for a minimum stay of two nights, and you can find out more and get booking here.