Come with us to a tiny journey Down Under.
Today's smaller living gem was created by Australian tiny house builder Fred Schultz. Located in Castlemaine, Victoria, the Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels was his construction company's first prototype.
Its doors are open to all AirBnB renters wanting a taste of the lifestyle that we cherish so much. So it's only fair that we go for a quick look around too.
In an interesting twist to the off-the-grid living experience, this gorgeous little dwelling has been placed within close quarters of a historic railway line.
As you may have already noticed, the roof is fitted with solar panels all over. A retractable awning provides additional outdoor spacing - ideal for those scorching Australian summers.
Before we go inside, you gotta look at that beautifully crafted back door. Isn't it exquisite?
A bird's eye view of the open-plan interiors gives us a taste of the homely details inside.
As one expects in a tiny home, this efficient dwelling makes great use of its furnishings. A fold-out dining table has been fitted right by the wood-burning stove, and the sofa comprises a healthy set of storage compartments.
Now, if you're looking at the kitchen and are thinking there's something missing, you're going to be in for a surprise. Here we have the alcohol-based stove and oven...
...and right across, you'll find the rest of the kitchen amenities. Shelving space is ample, and everything has been crafted with sustainably sourced plywood.
But it doesn't stop there. One of the sleeping lofts' ladders is conveniently stowed away by the kitchen's angled shelves.
There are two sleeping lofts in this tiny house. One of which has been child-proofed with its own safety latch.
On the other side, the master bedroom wows us with its comfy Queen-size futon.
A Japanese style bathtub fills the bathroom with luxury.
And the composting toilet concludes our tour on a very eco-friendly note.
Quite a remarkable little abode, don't you agree? It's evident that Fred really went above and beyond to ensure anyone who steps inside his tiny house on wheels would feel like they're getting a five-star experience.