An escape into the wild isn’t just about the destination. It’s about getting on the road, supporting local Aussie communities, and finding freedom in nature. That’s why we’ve put together our top tips for making the most out of your stay at Tiny Mowgli.
Halfway between Melbourne and Sydney is where you'll find Merimbula and a taste of the simple life. Its allure could be put down to the revitalising qualities of the sea air, or the picture-perfect landscape and hiking trails, however, the main draw is the impressive foodie scene. Read on for some tried and tested recommendations from the In2thewild team.
Between the enormous granite boulders of Tooborac, you’ll find Tiny Pip, our newest Victoria outpost. So clear your calendar for 48-hours, and take a 90-minute drive directly north of Melbourne for the ultimate off-grid experience.
The wonders of our untamed environment are there to be enjoyed and protected. After experiencing an off-the-grid holiday you’ll be thirsty for more.
The stunning natural environment of a tiny house is only half the experience. Good food and exceptional wine make it complete.
Stoneleigh wines share their expertise on creating the ideal cheese board and why their wines are the perfect pairing to a tiny house.
Venture off-grid to a tiny house immersed in nature and spend your days cooling off in the nearby natural swimming holes, waterfalls, lakes and beaches. Spend summer in nature - relax under the stars, away from technology and city lights, and cool off in nature’s swimming pools.
We've made your tiny house escape as easy as possible - each tiny house has almost everything you need. Read our list of the five things you should bring along with you.
No need to leave some of the family behind! We have three tiny houses across NSW and VIC that are pet friendly. Enjoy a break with the whole family, paws and all.
Landscape photographer Ben Payton from Aussie Creators sits fireside with us to talk about his love of travel and photography, and five tips for capturing that perfect shot.
Stefanie Jung is deeply passionate about helping women unlearn toxic diet cultures and instead, embrace and accept themselves unconditionally. Stef has shared with us her top 5 tips for unwinding in this fast-paced world.
Solo travel is on the rise and we can see why. Making time to reconnect with yourself and nature in the crazy hustle and bustle of life has some incredible perks. Here are our top 5 -
Do you want to remember the magical night sky in all its glory, but can’t seem to capture anything that remotely resembles it? You may think it’s not possible without one of those fancy DSL cameras, but smartphones these days have incredible camera features that let you capture that magical night sky like a pro.
Sitting around a campfire has a magic to it that is all its own. It’s calming, yet exciting. It’s relaxing, yet invigorating. Cooking a meal by campfire is no exception.
Chef Jason Roberts is a master over the campfire. Here he shares with us a quick campfire meal packed with flavour - Gluten Free Vegetable Paella.
Campfire cooking doesn’t always have to mean snags and steaks. If you’re after a quick & tasty meal that the whole family will love - try your hand at campfire jaffles (aka toasties)! Jaffles are super easy to make and a delicious treat for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Our are equipped with a campfire jaffle iron, so we’ve compiled a list of our favourite tasty jaffles (with a twist) to get you started:.
We all love holidays, but it is nice to be reminded that holidays are good for us too! So enough with the excuses or delays - it’s time to book a getaway that is good for your heart, soul, mind, skin, fitness, creativity…. You get the picture. Signs it’s time to take a break….
So why did we build a tiny house rental in NSW? Well, here at In2thewild we love tiny houses. We love tiny house TV shows. We love tiny house designs. We love watching people throw out all their junk. We love toilets next to kitchens. Call us crazy, but we love it all. And we have loved it for years. However, after years of waiting we haven't loved the fact that there are hardly any Tiny Houses built or even for rent in NSW or even Australia.