Byron Bay Tiny House Offers Comfortable Living in the Most Natural, Uncomplicated Way

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Tiny living is seeing a sharp increase in popularity in Australia, and there is no denying Aussie-built tiny homes are quite appealing with their innovative designs, expansive glazed surfaces, and unique layouts. Most of the builders based in the Land Down Under are striving to show that tiny living is not about compromising but about exploring a new, more sustainable lifestyle.
We’ve seen plenty of Aussie tiny houses that prove minimalism, comfort, and sustainability are perfectly compatible. Removed Tiny Homes, a relatively new and enthusiastic player on the Australian tiny house market, is building compact dwellings that embody these principles in the most natural, uncomplicated way.

Though it has been in the market for only two years, this Brisbane, Queensland-based manufacturer already has a large number of designs in its portfolio. With a declared mission of "helping the world transition towards sustainable housing," the company builds off-grid, high-quality, and sustainable dwellings for a better way of living in Australia.

Byron Bay is one of their most popular designs. Generous in size and masterfully crafted, this model is designed as a comfortable family home on wheels with two loft bedrooms and a spacious common living area, but it's also perfectly suited for singles or couples who want to live large even when downsizing.

Byron Bay tiny house on wheels
Photo: Removed Tiny Homes
Built on a heavy-duty triple-axle trailer, this Aussie beauty measures 8.4 meters (27.5 feet) in length and 2.4 meters (8 feet) in width and is a valuable lesson in how you can achieve a comfortable living space that offers both function and style without sophisticated details and complicated design gimmicks. More importantly, it shows that you can still enjoy a stylish setting even when respect for the environment and affordability are your top priorities.

However, a lower price tag does not equal lower standards in regards to Removed’s designs. The company only works with qualified tradespeople and high-quality materials throughout the entire production process to ensure their tiny homes are built to the highest standard.

In terms of construction, Byron Bay boasts a steel frame, Earthwool insulation, a durable Colorbond steel roof, and timber wall cladding, with all the materials designed and tested for the unique Australian environment. In terms of styling, the exterior is modern with a medium-toned shade of navy for the siding and natural wood window trim.

Designed as a full-time residence, this house on wheels includes all the amenities you need for comfortable living despite its size limitations, and it still manages to remain airy, luminous, and clutter-free. The practical layout integrates a well-appointed kitchen, a coy living room, a spacious bathroom, two bedrooms with standing-height walkways, and plenty of storage options.

Byron Bay tiny house on wheels
Photo: Removed Tiny Homes
The commodious living area is fitted with two lounging chairs and a round coffee table, but there is enough room to put a three-seat sofa or a convertible couch if you want the classic living room setup. A standout feature for this tiny house is the full-width wardrobe in the lounge area, which offers plenty of storage space for personal belongings.

Thanks to a couple of large windows, the living room gets plenty of natural light and offers dwellers great views. The generous size and seamless connection with the kitchen makes it a great entertainment area for guests and could even provide additional overnight accommodation if fitted with a sofa.

The galley-style kitchen is the perfect size for a family home, with some room left for a dining table as well. It is quite well organized, with plenty of cupboards and drawers, while a sink, a two-burner cooktop, a slide-out built-in rangehood, and an under-counter refrigerator ensure full functionality in the cooking space.

Instead of a staircase and a separate ladder, a single set of stairs leads to both lofts, which are connected via a standing height walkway above the kitchen and living area. In terms of design, this is a truly ingenious solution that saves a lot of space downstairs. Moreover, the ability to stand up and walk to the upstairs rooms is a luxury few tiny houses offer.

Byron Bay tiny house on wheels
Photo: Removed Tiny Homes
The two bedrooms offer impressive features considering they are lofted spaces. They both fit double beds and come with closets for clothes storage, sliding windows for proper ventilation, and reading lights.

Last but not least, the bathroom inside Byron Bay is surprisingly stylish. It is a fully tiled bathroom with a full-size shower cabin with glass doors, a sizable vanity with washing machine cavity and an elegant wash basin, and a Nature's Head composting toilet.

Finished in birch plywood cladding all around coupled with waterproof engineered vinyl floors, the interior boasts a soothing, welcoming atmosphere.

With its minimalist yet comfortable and functional design, the Byron Bay tiny home is a great option for anyone looking to strip back their everyday living or create a dreamy bush escape for family holidays. In terms of pricing, the Byron Bay model starts at AUD$134,990 (about USD$90,000), but if you want to truly disconnect from the daily grind and experience off-grid living, Removed offers three off-grid packages that include solar power systems, rainwater tanks, and water filtration systems and range from AUD$19,990 to AUD$29,990 (USD$13,000 and USD$20,000).
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About the author: Ancuta Iosub
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After spending a few years as a copy editor, Ancuta decided to put down the eraser and pick up the writer's pencil. Her favorites subjects are unusual car designs, travel trailers and everything related to the great outdoors.
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