There’s lots to love about booking app Hotel Tonight, but today, we’re super excited about their new promo for “The Spontaneity Suite” in Australia, a lavish “travelling hotel room” in a secret hilltop Yarra Valley location (private vineyard Tarra Warra Estate, 1 hour from Melbourne).

The suite will be there until Sept. 5 and it’s retailing for $32,000. Fun fact: the first guests at the suite this past Sunday were from The Bachelor Australia (Tim Robards & Anna Heinrich).

In the ultimate game of lottery, anyone who wants to book will be able to snap up a one night stay, valued at $32,000, via the HotelTonight app when the price of the room drops to a bargain $99 per night for five nights only between Aug. 27 and Aug. 31.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the creative traveller who truly embraces spontaneity, has a sense of adventure, and is excited about exploring their own backyard. After Yarra Valley, the suite will move to a secret location in Sydney and then pop up in epic locations throughout Australia.

For those who miss out on the $99 stay, a bonus night in The Spontaneity Suite will be available on Sept. 1 when the price will drop by $1,000 from $32,000 every ten minutes until it is gone. It’s for a good cause, too: the money raised from the final night and the $99 spontaneous stays will be donated to Australia’s leading food rescue charity OzHarvest, which takes quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivers it direct and free of charge to over 600 charities.

Just what can guests expect? The suite is part of a pop-up hotel made out of two, 20-foot shipping containers, fully equipped with numerous mod cons, a rooftop Jacuzzi and terrace, cocktail station, the latest smart in-room technology including Apple TV and keyless entry, and a large floor-to-ceiling glass frontage so guests can take advantage of surrounding vineyard views. It also includes return limousine transfers from Melbourne, all-inclusive meals and minibar, a wine-tasting tour at the TarraWarra Estate, and the services of HotelTonight’s personal mobile concierge, Aces, an in-app chat feature which connects guests with HotelTonight’s team of insiders to provide whatever a traveller might request or need during their stay.

Ovolo Hotels, the group behind 1888 and Blue Hotel in Sydney, and Laneways Hotel in Melbourne, designed the concept.

The experience is open to anyone, in any country – just type “Yarra Valley” into your app and you can try to book the suite. No guarantee on the price of a last minute flight to Australia, however.