Another accommodation option has joined South Australia’s growing network of tiny homes.
The new Lochiel house, the first in SA from company Tiny Away, has launched, and it looks amazing.
The Tiny Away Dandelion Retreat is less than two hours’ drive from Adelaide, sitting directly opposite the area’s famed Lake Bumbunga’s (aka the ‘pink lake’) bubble gum shores. The lake is known to change colour from pink, to white, to blue, depending on the salinity of the water throughout the year.
Boasting impressive features both inside and outside, these impressively self-sufficient “compact homes on wheels” are made with sustainable materials and include waterless compost toilets, rainwater collections tanks for showers, and solar panels. A step up from glamping, each tiny house offers hot showers, air conditioning, a cosy queen bed, and a kitchenette.
Jeff Yeo, co-founder of Tiny Away, says this new tiny house makes for a relaxing getaway.
“Tiny Away allow guests to immerse themselves in nature while enjoying comfortable accommodation,” he says.
“It’s all about leaving the worries of the daily grind behind and really connecting with the natural surrounds. This new property will offer our guests exactly that, and a chance to explore more amazing regions across Australia.”
Tiny Away now has over 75 unique short-stay tiny house accommodation options across Australia. Its tiny, architecturally designed houses are set on private land in rural and regional locations and are designed to get visitors out of the city and into the outdoors.