Accommodation

COMING SOON: new eco-cabin coming to the Eyre Peninsula

Off-grid luxury accommodation with jaw-dropping coastal views, EYRE.WAY, announces launch of the second of four tiny abodes on the Eyre Peninsula.

All Images: Lauren Photography (photos of first accomodation)

Eco-tourism accommodation start-up EYRE.WAY has announced they will be releasing a second off-grid, tiny cabin with the location to be disclosed soon.

After the success of their initial venture ‘Yambara’—meaning away, out of sight in Barngarla, Amanda and Tim Hogg’s vision of releasing four unique accomodation locations is well underway.

The new immersive tiny cabin, named Maldhi, is nestled on the edge of a picturesque gully overlooking the coastal cliffs of Sleaford Bay, on the south coast of the Eyre Peninsula.

“It’s a truly magical and private location, surrounded by pristine native vegetation with panoramic views,” EYRE.WAY Director Amanda Hogg said.

Each interior of the four cabins will be vastly different, the second cabin is inspired by deeper earthy tones that reflect the nature surrounding the abode, including rich chocolate browns and deep greys.

The Owners are passionate about eco-sustainability and showcasing the wondrous, untouched corners of the Eyre Peninsula.

EYRE.WAY is for those looking to take a breath, explore, and get off grid – even if just for the weekend.

The tiny abodes are architecturally designed with the planet in mind, allowing you to explore the spectacular Eyre Peninsula and surrounds with a minimal footprint.

Directors Amanda and Tim, have called the Eyre Peninsula home for the past decade and are enthusiastic about providing likeminded people with an opportunity to experience “pockets of wonder at every turn, with untouched wilderness at your fingertips”.

“There is huge demand for more accomodation on the Eyre Peninsula. On top of that there’s a real drive to get out and explore our environment,” Amanda said.

The creation of the compact but luxe abodes was a natural progression for EYRE.WAY Directors Amanda and Tim, who are no strangers to off-grid living.

A few years ago, they listed their seaside home in Port Lincoln on Airbnb and moved their family of five into ‘Frankie’ the Caravan.

For years, Frankie was their home away from home. It gave them the ability to live and work while exploring off-road destinations around Eyre Peninsula.

“We’ve always loved exploring the beaches and remote wilderness and loved the idea that we could travel, live, work and play,” Amanda said.

“We didn’t want to only explore the Eyre’s pristine bush and coastal settings on weekends or school holidays, we wanted to wake up at new locations every week.”

But there was always a bigger vision in mind: they dreamt of building tiny abodes on secluded sites around the Eyre Peninsula.

In 2021, they found their first site and EYRE.WAY was born.

The new accomodation location is set to be announced soon, however, it is on the Eyre Peninsula.

You can book a stay at EYRE.WAY through their website here.

Keep up to date with EYRE.WAY on Facebook and Instagram.


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