Downsize your getaway and environmental impact with Tiny Away

They always say that good things come in small packages, so why not apply that philosophy to your travels? Tiny Away is providing a fresh new take on the tiny house phenomenon with the concept of tiny getaways (with maximised enjoyment, of course).

Tiny Away has partnered with unique rural property owners to offer new stays in spectacular rural settings. Their mission is to provide users with the unique opportunity to reconnect with nature without completely disconnecting from life as they know it.

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There are now 26 hand-crafted eco-friendly tiny homes situated in beautiful rural locations across New South Wales and Victoria. Each tiny home is designed from sustainable materials and constructed in Australia by an experienced team of certified builders, plumbers, and electricians. While they may be small, the idea is not to compromise on comfort. Tiny Away has made sure each home is equipped with everything you need to make your stay as luxurious as possible. Think glamping but without the tent. You’ll have access to hot showers, air conditioning, a kitchenette, queen bed and an eco-toilet. It’ll feel like your own tiny boutique hotel in a picturesque and secluded location. Perfect for a romantic getaway that brings you in touch with nature.

If you’re not looking for a getaway, perhaps you have the perfect property to host one. Tiny Away is inviting farmers and property owners to become land hosts through their platform at no cost. Hosts will be provided with a fully furnished tiny house with all the necessary fittings ready for guests to stay, and are able to earn up to 45% of the rental revenue share.

The idea behind the Singapore-based company began in 2017 when Tiny Away founder Adrian Chia vacationed throughout Australia’s beloved Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road. During his trip, he was inspired by the beautiful coastal scenery to create something that would encourage fellow city dwellers to get out into nature.

Tiny Away not only caters to the growing need to make our travels environmentally friendly but also provides guests with an easy way to bring tourism to areas in Australia that need it most after the bushfire season. A getaway on a tiny scale could be the perfect way you can contribute.

If you’re still unsure about staying in a tiny home, this weekend on 7- 8 March a Tiny Homes carnival is coming to Sydney. Hosted by Big Tiny and the Australian Tiny House Association, the two-day event will run a series of sessions that offer expert advice, inspiration and a guide to the tiny home lifestyle.

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