Could tiny houses solve regional Australia’s housing crisis?

There’s no strict definition of what constitutes a tiny house, but the form often touted by advocates as best-placed to tackle affordability concerns, and personifying the ‘tiny house’ ethos, is a house on wheels.

This type of tiny house is constructed on a trailer designed to road legal dimensions, according to the Australian Tiny House Association (ATHA).

Read ATHA president and design and planning expert Janine Strachan’s chat with Jack Needham of Bega District News explaining the focus on representing moveable tiny houses on wheels and skids in Australia and how they could solve regional Australia’s housing crisis.


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