Tiny House gives Queensland families new take on Australian dream
A growing band of Australians are ditching the idea of a big home and mortgage for something smaller and more affordable known as a Tiny House.
It is a global movement that took prominence after 2005’s Hurricane Katrina in the USA when so many people lost their homes.
Now it is making inroads in Australia.
The pint-sized homes are generally 2.5-metres wide and about seven-metres long.
There is limited space with no room for clutter and many of the homes are portable and on wheels.