Are you looking for a unique getaway? Pack your bags, grab that special bae and head to a tiny house in the Australian bush.
Hand-built, uniquely placed on a picturesque property within 3 hours of Sydney and decked out with all the comforts of home (minus the TV of course).
We are curators of experiences and want you to just relax, read a book, play games and learn to be back in nature.
From the beginning…
We work, save our money for our next getaway. Working all year to plan a break that seems like a distant dream, and when we finally do get that break, it flies by, faster than you would have liked (dang it!).
Our founders took a step back and looked into the underlying psychology into why people don’t get away more often. What we found was categorised into 3 key reasons.
Affordability, accessibility & availability.
Why a tiny house?
To ensure people like you get away regularly, we need to make short breaks affordable – a part of your healthy lifestyle. We can’t all go on 2 week holidays to Japan or Canada (although, we all wish we could), so to tide you over from throwing something heavy at a co-worker, we want you to get away every few months. A little break from the stress of everyday life.
A tiny house keeps the costs down for us, we’re able to create space tailored around de-stressing that’s affordable for everyone.
It’s all about the area.
Every short break needs to be accessible – We place our houses within 4 hours of a major city and accessible by your standard 2WD vehicle.
We’ll send you the details on how to get to your tiny house a few days before you’re due to check in – giving you a sense of adventure!
When you need it
As our company grows we can fulfill our availibility vision. We want every Australian to have access to a place to retreat, your own holiday house, somewhere you can always go to and get away, this weekend, next month or next year – there will always be something available for you.
As we grow our network of tiny houses and landowner partners, our guests can get away when they need it, not when they can.