Today we will show you tiny house from Australia.
This tiny house on wheels is a good example of off-grid small house living. Paul and Annett have been living in this tiny house on wheels for more than a year in Byron Bay, New South Wales. The couple is on a mission to set up their tiny home design to run entirely off of renewable energies, utilizing solar power, solar water heating, rainwater collection, and a biogas generator. The couple built a tiny house on wheels to try and live a more sustainable greener life in the Byron Shire.
They started with a vision in their heads of living in the countryside far away from the noise of the city, powering all of their appliances and electric devices with energy that comes from renewable sources and eating their homegrown vegetables.
They created a blog to document their tiny house build from start to finish as well as their approach to a more sustainable and self-sufficient lifestyle. In addition to that, they also wanted to inspire more people in Australia and around the world to build small(er) and to consider a more green lifestyle.
They wanted to show that this can be achieved without sacrificing modern-day amenities. They wanted a permaculture garden because they wanted to grow their fruit and vegetables in the most natural way possible. Ideally, they wanted to start on the garden while building the tiny house. But that didn’t turn out as planned as they were so busy with the building. So they instead opted to start with small gardening projects.