This is the Kangaroo Valley Tiny House in New South Wales (Australia) near Wollongong and available to book through Glamping Hub.
Surrounded by the rolling green countryside and with national parks within driving distance, it’s one of the most unique places to stay near Wollongong.
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Kangaroo Valley Tiny House Vacation/Experience in New South Wales, Australia
Kangaroo Valley Tiny House Rental/Vacation via Glamping Hub
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What a wonderful view! Nice property! Who puts a microwave up high on a shelf like that? How usable is that? Maybe, because I’m short, and would need to break out a step ladder, that anything higher than a normal second shelf, throws me off? A cooktop, somewhere? Washer/dryer? No? This is just a one night, camper type of stay? This can’t be a year round full time residence?
Anything on Glamping hub is for booking stays, like you would for a hotel/motel/AirBNB, but accommodations are usually outdoors, camping type destinations or in that type of area…
While the microwave is below the loft, which means it’s not actually that high but it’s small and you can just take it down when you use it and use the shelf just to store it and keep it out of the way otherwise.
what is that thing under the stairs? Cute
Portable AC Unit…
Cross fingers they have not been hit by the bushfires roaming Australia at the moment. Several of my Australian friends report they have never seen anything like it before.