Those seeking the latest in luxury getaways will be intrigued by a new offering in the Warialda region of Northern New South Wales.
Faraway Domes offers guests “first-class comfort with minimal carbon footprint in a truly unique and private environment”. Set on a 9,000-acre property, the east-facing geodesic dome is a self-contained oasis for two. The first structure of its kind in New South Wales, the dome contains all the creature comforts of home, including a luxurious king-size, four-poster bed, an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area as well as a private bathroom.
Outside an elevated deck boasts panoramic views by day and an outdoor bath perfect for night-time stargazing.
Designed to offer city dwellers a taste of the real Australian outback, it is ideal for those wanting to escape to the country and re-connect with nature. You may choose to explore the local area or simply cocoon yourself in luxury and enjoy the serenity of your surrounds.
As an added convenience, food packages and hampers are available for purchase, and those who choose to take advantage of this service will find all the ingredients needed to create delightful meals waiting for them in their dome on arrival.
Enormous efforts have been made to reduce the domes impact on the environment, including the establishment of an eco-friendly wastewater system and off-grid power supply. Those wishing to remain connected to the wider world will be happy to note that cell phone service is available at the site.
Currently, just a single dome is available for booking, but if successful, it will be joined by three to four more. The aim is to maintain the privacy and exclusivity of the experience, so any new domes will be located at least one kilometre apart, which on a 9,000 acre property shouldn’t be to hard to achieve.