With the Trans-Tasman bubble opening, so do opportunities for awesome eco-stays across the ditch including this tiny home in Marion Bay, South Australia.
The newly built tiny house listed on Airbnb is fully off the grid, running solely on solar and rainwater, with a composting toilet. It’s also only 2 minutes outside of the town, positioned on natural grassland, with views from every window.
Superhost Tiffany Falzon hand-built her off-grid eco escape using recycled materials and with the help of her father.
“Dad and I hand-built our entire property, all by ourselves. From pulling out and reusing old bent nails to using insulation from past projects, we sourced as many reclaimed items as we could to ensure the home could be as sustainable as possible,” says Falzon.
“We installed rainwater tanks, and a composting toilet to limit water consumption. Even the property itself is on revegetated land. If you look closely, you can see the blend of different types of timber used throughout the home, which gives it its own country charm.”