Government is buying 8 new tiny homes for emergency housing in Gympie

An image of Meaghan Scanlon - Housing Minister

The Queensland Government has announced that it is buying 8 new tiny homes as part of its response to the housing crisis.

Although the number is small it is a good step towards acknowledging the role tiny houses on wheels can play in providing safe housing to those in need. The government is planning to invest in more tiny homes according to Channel 9.

Watch the Channel 9 segment on Youtube.

You can read the QLD government media statement here.

The tiny homes are being made by Brendale based manufacturer Alphaline Tiny Homes.

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