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Summer of 2022 might not be turning out exactly as people had expected, but there’s a glimmer of light at the end of this very, very long tunnel. It is the year of making plans once again, and if your plans don’t include a jaunt to regional Australia i’d be very surprised. Staying at a tiny house is the perfect way to escape the noise of the city, and Tiny Away has just launched their latest tiny house, Little Sprout, which is nestled in an olive grove on Victoria’s Bass Coast.
You’ll find Little Sprout on the grounds of The Grove Gippsland, a restaurant and winery. The tiny house itself is surrounded by olive trees in what is a 60-are olive grove and regenerated eucalyptus forest. And all of it is just 90-minutes from Melbourne.
“We’re excited to welcome guests to Little Sprout. And we’re also proud to say that mobile reception here is poor, so you have a great excuse to disconnect and spend time exploring the property and surrounding regions,” says Jeff Yeo, co-founder of Tiny Away.
Little Sprout is a 15 square metre tiny house that includes a fully equipped kitchenette, queen-sized bed, ensuite bathroom, air conditioning, and heating. The bathroom facility is eco friendly, with a waterless compost toilet, hand basin, and shower.
Given its proximity to The Grove, guests can dine in at the restaurant, grab a picnic hamper, or order takeaway that you can then have back at Little Sprout. The estate is also home to sculptures, vegetable gardens, and plenty of animals to encounter on waders around the property.