Although none of should be travelling in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, this amazing tiny house rental in Australia should go on your travel bucket list. These CABNs, as they call them, are off-grid oases tucked into the natural Australian landscape.
The goal is to disconnect your devices and reconnect with nature or loved ones. Play a board game, read a book, go on a hike, check out a kangaroo — you get the idea. The Jude has a modern Scandinavian vibe and is a 25 minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD. It comes with everything you need to cook, shower and relax.
Think bushwalking, forest, creeks, waterfalls and bird watching. Expect kangaroos and other shy native animals that you won’t find in the city or the burbs. Wake up to the sound of magpies and kookaburras heralding the dawn. Gaze up at the night sky, with a warming nip in hand. Depending on the time of year, cuddle around the fire pit and talk into the long night with your loved ones. Get back to nature’s circadian rhythm.
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Get Back to Nature in this Australian Vacation Tiny Home… The Jude CABN
Wow all the windows in this model make it feel like you’re living in the outdoors.
Sleep on the couch or up in the loft. This CABN is dog-friendly and sleeps 4.
Read a book and unplug from the busyness of everyday life.
Reuse, recycle and rejuvenate. Who would not want to shower in an aged wine barrel?
The kitchenette has everything you’ll need to prepare meals during your stay.
An outdoor firepit for cooking, making s’mores or just relaxing.
Off-grid solar power keeps the lights on. Eco-friendly and gorgeous.
Book your stay for next year (or whenever this virus situation is under control)…
VIDEO – Introducing our CABN Jude
VIDEO – Never Too Small episode 34, Off-grid tiny house – CABN Jude
Full List of Amenities:
- King-sized bed, plus a comfy king single day bed.
- Indoor shower with a twist.
- Compostable toilet.
- Mini fridge and freezer.
- Cooking tools, utensils, cutlery, kettle, microwave, and two-burner stove.
- Indoor gas heater.
- Great board games.
- Campfire pit available for use during non-bushfire seasons.
- First Aid Kit, fire extinguisher and fire blanket for emergencies.
- Solar power.
- The great outdoors around you.
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