It's funny where converted bus escapades can take you sometimes.
Wollongong is an Australian coastal city about an hours' drive from Sydney. If you linger around to experience more than the sun, surf, and sand, you may discover the mobile home we're visiting today.
Currently listed for sale on Gumtree, this completed 1986 Scania bus conversion needs a new owner to take good care of it. Could it be you? Even if it's out of your league, it might be fun to take a look around.
So let's get right to it.
You can't go wrong in the summertime with a solar-paneled mobile home that comes with its own gazebo. The outside may trick the untrained eye into believing that this is a normal bus - but a peek inside will show you that there is much more to it.
Hop on board, and make yourself at home: this custom-made mobile dwelling can comfortably carry up to five people. Looking at those seats in front of us, we're convinced that even the designated driver will be able to enjoy the open roads in style.
A quick glimpse at this home's fittings shows us that this is quite a new conversion. The open-plan living area comes with a foldout dining table and futon that can be converted into a double bed.
Stainless steel kitchen appliances, including a four-burner stove, oven, and convection oven are the norm for this home. These neatly harmonize with the matte finish of the wooden cabinetry and siding you'll see throughout the interiors.
Tucked into a corner is a bathroom with shower and toilet. A hot water heater means you won't ever need to worry about cold showers if it gets a little bit nippy.
Now we're nearing the sleeping quarters, where a TV is just beckoning to entertain you.
The kitchen is not the only room with ample storage facilities. The closet is discreetly stowed away in a corner to give you and your guests enough space to move around.
Don't you wish you could just snuggle up on this queen size bed? Dark curtains will prevent any light pollution from disrupting your peaceful slumber.
Some of us are too far away from the Australian coastlines, but at least we get to admire this bus conversion from afar. We're sure that any nomadic soul who snags up this beauty will be very content with their new wheeled abode.