On the water’s edge of Pittwater’s pristine Western shore near sydney, australia is the very dreamy the little black shack. originally hand-built by fishermen around the 1930s, the shack was an early refuge for fishermen camping with their families at Palm Beach on the site that is now Palm Beach Golf Course. now it’s been given new life as a private eco-retreat with the ambition to positively influence the environment and the black shack’s guests, one couple, one weekend at a time. while @thelittleblackshack is just an hour from Palm Beach in Sydney in Great Mackerel Beach and a mile from Palm Beach, once there, you’ll feel a million miles from anywhere. No roads, no cars, and no shops, at the little black shack you’re surrounded by the bush, the sea, and the sky, and overlook Great Mackerel Beach, Pittwater, Palm Beach, Broken Bay, and beyond. i’m definitely putting this charming beach shack on my must-visit list. for details, visit the little black shack.