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Random Rentals: Bringing Bali to your own backyard

Random Rentals: Bringing Bali to your own backyard

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Australians are known for their love of Bali. Now this Queensland rental offers one tenant a little slice of holiday life in their own backyard.

An iconic Bali hut sits on the deck of this Gold Coast property, making tenants feel like they’re on holiday even when they’re at home (see below).

For $900 per week or $46,800 per year, you’d hope so.

The waterfront house faces north and features its own pontoon for parking boats, jet skis and other holiday inspired water-sport equipment.

If that isn’t enough to make the tenant feel like they’re in Bali, the alfresco dining area, bar and in-ground swimming pool accessible via slide from the upper deck will definitely seal the deal.

With five bedrooms and five bathrooms, this villa provides every holiday luxury as well as a rumpus room, home theatre and granny flat.

Bali style holiday home

Bali style holiday home

Bali style holiday home

Bali style holiday home

(Photos: Hope Island Resort Realty)

Random Rentals: Bringing Bali to your own backyard
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