Tiny Home Expo is coming to the Hawkesbury Showgrounds following sell-out events in Brisbane and Melbourne recently.
Featuring over 25 display tiny homes, including cute ones on wheels, modulars and containers, huts and granny flats as well as domes and backyard pods, the Expo also exhibits a full range of off-grid ideas showing how buildings no longer need mains power, sewerage or water connection.
Organiser, Phae Barrett says “from humble beginnings over 10 years ago when alternative life-stylers were getting interested in tiny homes for sustainability and lower footprints, the pandemic and lockdowns have seen Tiny Home and alternative living ideas gain massive interest and go fully ‘mainstream’.
With the growing housing crisis, Phae goes on to say, “Young people are looking at living in mum and dad’s backyard whilst saving for traditional property, retirees are downsizing and the flexibility of Tiny Homes overall, together with the ability to up and move areas/suburbs or states is appealing to everyone”.
Tiny Home Expo is an opportunity to explore all the different designs and discover that ‘going tiny’ can be quite an exciting journey. With the devastating storms experienced recently they could be an excellent interim option. Speakers and experts are on hand to assist with rules, regulations, services, associations, community projects and an array of subjects that answer the many questions people have.
For information go to www.tinyhomesexpo.com.au