In2thewild Tiny Holidays has announced its first off-grid tiny house in Queensland. The tiny house, named Norah after Mary Grant Bruce’s Little Bush Maid in the Billabong series, sits in a spectacular location just two and a half hours north west of Brisbane.

Featuring an all-new design sleeping four adults, Norah is a perfect escape for friends and family looking to unwind in a stunning natural surrounding. “We’re excited to bring our off-grid, sustainable tiny houses to Queensland. Our focus is on providing a ‘relaxed luxury’ experience for our guests – a space where they can really switch off and reconnect with themselves, and their loved ones. That’s what we’re all about,” said Nic Chin, CEO of In2thewild Tiny Holidays.

The tiny house features a queen bed cornered by two large windows, creating a sense of the outdoors while still tucked up in bed. There is also a double bed in the loft, a full bathroom with toilet, hot shower and basin, a heater for those cooler winter nights and airconditioning for the warmer days, and a fully equipped kitchen with plenty of space to move around. Outside there is a campfire and a barbecue. Guests only need to bring food and drinks – everything else is supplied.

The location also lends itself to relaxation – the tiny house looks across the property with views to the mountains and rolling green paddocks. For guests keen to explore, a one hour hike puts them at a stunning lookout perfect for sundowners and a picnic.

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