Shacky in the press: Timeout magazine

Time Out says

Find out why the tiny house movement is taking off at this off-the-grid getaway in regional Victoria

There’s a simple pleasure in waking up to the sound of magpies, with sunlight streaming in through gaps in the curtains. It gets even better when you realise that today, there will be no phone calls, messages or obligations. At Shacky, your time is yours to spend offline however you like – whether that’s walking through olive groves (and meeting the occasional alpaca), reading beside an open fire or cooking eggs and bacon on a potbelly stove.

Sometimes, good things come in (very) small packages – and this is exactly the thinking behind the growing popularity of tiny houses. Shacky is located in regional Victoria, in a secret location within a working farm that is only revealed once you book online. It’s so unassuming that it’s easy to miss at first. Driving through dense olive groves, the first glimpse of the tiny house is its sloping terracotta-coloured corrugated iron roof.

Article by: Time Out Magazine

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