Upon arriving through the private gumtree-lined entrance, we were welcomed by Natasha who showed us the basics of our tiny house, told us about the property and explained the many ways in which they have strived to minimize the eco-footprint of this tiny house.
We were excited to find the hand-built bike and walking track that winds through the bushland at the back of the property, so we rugged up and set off hoping to spot some of the local kangaroos, wombats, and echidnas we were told to keep an eye out for! Along the way, we made sure to say hi to some of Natasha’s many rescued animals, including three very friendly border collies!
We spent most of our time relaxing, nestled in our cosy tiny home. We took full advantage of the impressive kitchen space and comfy, light-filled living space.
Staying true to their eco-friendly commitment the tiny house bathroom strives to minimise water use with an easy to use compostable toilet and a shower head that tracks how many litres of water your shower is using!
We were looking forward to a lazy breakfast the next morning but that plan was all but abandoned when we woke up to SNOW! More snow than we had both ever seen in the Blue Mountains! So we layered up and headed out to experience the falling snow before it had the chance to melted throughout the day.
Tiny houses are the epitome of simple, minimalist living and this place is a beautiful, eco-conscious example of just that. After experiencing tiny living for ourselves we definitely understand the hype and look forward to planning our next tiny escape very soon!...
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