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This is the Sowelo Tiny House on Wheels out of New South Wales, Australia.

It’s a beautiful tiny home with a vertical garden on the exterior. According to Tiny House Collectiv, the home is 208 sq. ft. and costs about $97,000 AUD which converts to about $73,942 USD.

This model sleeps up to six people and has two loft bedrooms. Take a look below and let me know what you think in the comments!

Beautiful Tiny Home by Sowelo Tiny Houses That Sleeps Six

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The Tiny House movement has been moving forward in leaps and bounds in the last few years in Australia, with a number of Australian tiny houses featured on programs such as Living Big in a Tiny House, and news articles and opinion pieces popping up on an almost weekly basis. A recent landmark decision in Brisbane is also a positive sign for those hoping to make tiny houses their full-time homes.

This enthusiasm and need for tiny living is now reflected in Tiny Houses appearing at events and festivals. Australia has a great opportunity to see three tiny houses at Melbourne Knowledge Week 2018 (MKW18).

MKW18 is an exciting program of events in Melbourne City Centre focussed on connecting people, place, research and technology to imagine the city of the future. It will explore opportunities, tackle the urgent challenges, and share skills to help shape the future of Melbourne, so could tiny houses be a part of this solution? The tiny houses will be displayed in a Tiny Solutions showcase from Friday May 11 to Sunday 13 May.

Free Tiny House Event at Melbourne Knowledge Week 2018

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This is the Swallowtail Tiny House on Wheels by The Tiny House Company out of Queensland, Australia.

Two key factors drive the layout of this model – flexibility and affordability. A drop-down loft ladder allows for a relatively open floor plan, giving maximum options for arranging your own space as you see fit. The layout and positioning of doors and windows, while maximising long views and air-flow, allows for future expansion of cabinetry and other built-in elements as your budget allows.1

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Beautiful Swallowtail Tiny House on Wheels by The Tiny House Company out of Queensland, Australia!

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This is the Independent Series 4800DL Tiny House on Wheels by Designer Eco (Tiny) Homes in Australia.

It features a kitchen, bathroom, king size loft, and plenty of storage throughout.

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Independent Series 4800DL Tiny House in Australia

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This is the Yurt Treetop Escape in Australia where you can vacation via Airbnb!

Although you’ve probably seen many yurts with canvas exteriors, this one is timber-framed (my personal favorite). It has 12 sides and you’ll find a comfy bed, full bathroom and a kitchenette inside. It sits in rainforest paradise and the handmade picnic table outside is a perfect place to enjoy a meal. Get more details below.

Could you live in a yurt? Enjoy the pictures!

Related: Couple Building Modern Yurt as Super Portable Tiny Home: VIDEO

Wooden Yurt Treetop Escape in Australia

Images via Airbnb

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This is the Graduate Series 6000 Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s built by Designer Eco Tiny Homes in Australia.

This tiny home offers queen sized bed loft with wardrobe, storage stairs, ensuite bathroom, kitchen, lounge, dining, office/study desk, and ample storage. Highlight windows enable natural lighting to flood the open plan lounge/dining area giving a very spacious feel to the home.

Graduate Series 6000 Tiny House on Wheels in Australia

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This is The Portal by The Tiny House Company in Australia.

The modular-style home is brimming with green — potted plants everywhere bringing the outdoors in! This house was nominated for the 2016 Tiny House of the Year and I’m not surprised. My favorite feature is the drop-down bed that hides near the ceiling during the day and comes down for bed time — genius!

Related: Pre-Fab Multi-Use Smart-Modules by Casa-Cubo Brazil

The Portal by The Tiny House Company in Australia

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