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Heyscape’s Tiny Cabins Bring Glamping Experience to Kings Park for Lightscape 2024

Kings Park is set to introduce overnight accommodation for the first time during Lightscape 2024, offering a unique glamping experience in the inner-city reserve. From June 7 to July 28, visitors can book one of three tiny cabins provided by the Western Australian company Heyscape.

Premier Roger Cook explained the introduction of tiny cabins as a new era for Kings Park. “Kings Park is one of WA’s best attractions, and my Government wants to bring Kings Park to life,” he said, as quoted by Perth Now report on May 31.

The tiny cabins, located at the DNA Tower and near the Swan and Balga carparks, are priced at AU$495 per night with a minimum two-night stay. Each cabin has a bed, kitchenette, and Wi-Fi, ensuring guests have a comfortable and connected stay. The areas will also be cordoned off to provide privacy.

Another aspect of the glamping experience is its minimal environmental impact. Heyscape’s cabins are designed to have solar panels, potable water, and composting facilities. Additionally, this project is part of an initial trial, which could pave the way for more permanent accommodation options in the future.

Image by Heyscape Tiny Cabins via heyscape.com.au

In 2023, Lightscape was a major success, attracting nearly 180,000 visitors. The upcoming 2024 event showcases a ‘roots’ theme inspired by what lies beneath the ground. 

Environment Minister Reece Whitby emphasized that the tiny cabins struck the right balance between tourism and conservation. Whitby expressed a desire for Western Australia’s environment to be as accessible as possible so tourists and visitors can experience, learn about, and enjoy the state’s unique qualities.

Image by Heyscape Tiny Cabins via heyscape.com.au

According to its website, Heyscape provides similar glamping experiences in other locations, including Busselton, the Avon Valley, Chittering, Serpentine, Esperance, and Yallingup. Heyscape’s tiny cabins feature a queen-sized bed, linen, reading lights, an indoor kitchenette with a fridge, and an outdoor BBQ with essential cookware.

The introduction of tiny cabins during Lightscape 2024 in Kings Park demonstrates the potential benefits of partnering with major local events to attract more visitors and enhance glamping offerings. By aligning luxurious accommodations with popular events, glamping businesses can attract more visitors and increase occupancy rates.

Additionally, incorporating eco-friendly features, such as solar panels and composting facilities, can further appeal to environmentally conscious travelers. 

To learn more about Heyscape, visit heyscape.com.au.

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