CABN | The Range | 2-4 People | Dog friendly


Pick up a book, play a board game, take your dog for a walk (on-leash), bask in the sunlight, have a one-on-one conversation with no distractions other than nature, and prepare a meal together.

CABN Matilda sleeps 2-4 people with two luxurious Queen sized beds, one downstairs and one on the loft accessible by ladder.

Offering a minimalist off-grid* escape into nature, this CABN includes:

  • CABN kitchen with a bar fridge, cooking utensils, cutlery, kettle, and a two-burner stove
  • Bathroom with a shower, cartridge toilet, and bath linen
  • Indoor gas heater
  • A deck, with expansive views of vineyards as far as the eye can see, you may even spot a kangaroo
  • Fire pit (season dependant)
  • Weber Q


*This CABN is off-grid with hot water, cooking, and heating relying on gas. Please be prepared to change a gas bottle.

CABN Matilda is dog friendly. Please remember to add them at checkout if they’re coming along for the adventure.


CABN Matilda is located amongst a picturesque working winery, under an hours drive South of Adelaide with plenty of space and endless views to waste away the day.

Located approximately 150 metres from CABN Jude, while CABN Georgia will be a speck in the valley, these cabin triplets could offer the perfect option to escape with friends or family, subject to availability!


You will not be able to park your car at the door of CABN Matilda, so please be aware that you will be required to carry your belongings a 50m downhill walk with you to your CABN.

*It is important to note that in wet weather the trail down to the CABN can become muddy and slippery, it is important that you take care when trailing down (we strongly recommended gum boots).

CABN Georgia is off-grid, and you may be required to change a gas bottle (provided) during your stay. We understand this may not be second nature to all, so instructions have been provided inside the CABN.

If you have any other queries about your stay, please check out our FAQs or contact – we are happy to help!

Explore the Region

The McLaren Vale region is filled with great walking trails, wineries, and restaurants.

Our recommendations are: Kuitpo Forest Walking Trails, Gemtree Wines, Mitolo Wines, Hugh Hamilton, Lazy Ballerina, The Salopian Inn, & PizzaTeca.

For more on things to see and do visit the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Coast Visitor Centre.

Standard Rates

WEEKDAYS: Monday to Thursday from $229 per night / twin share + service fee

WEEKENDS: Friday to Sunday from $279 per night / twin share + service fee

LONG WEEKENDS: Minimum 3 night stay $299 per night / twin share + service fee


Leave no trace. Follow these rules.

We’ve got some guidelines we need to make you aware of, please follow them, we really appreciate it!

  1. Park in the designated carpark only. Please don’t attempt to drive your car up to the CABN or any other part of the property. Please only arrive and depart by pre-approved route.
  2. Do not enter any gate signed “Private Property”
  3. These appliances are not compatible with CABNs: Straighteners, hair dryers, electric fry pans, air fryers, coffee machines, or anything with a heating element, as they will damage the battery and leave you without power.
  4. Please do not remove any wood from the property, BYO or pre-order through Please adhere to bushfire regulations, strictly NO fires are to be lit outside of the designated fire season.
  5. Please respect that you are on private property, take all rubbish and bottles with you, and leave no trace.
  6. Please leave by 11am and arrive no earlier than 3pm so that our service and maintenance team can replenish the off-grid CABNs.

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About Us

Our CABNs are off grid, self contained, eco friendly handcrafted tiny houses. Featured amongst secluded sites, it’s just you, the natural surrounds, and the company you bring.

Acknowledgement to Country

CABN acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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