A Tiny Away Ecotourism Retreat – Little Blue Wren

Little Blue Wren by Tiny Away is an idyllic off-grid rural retreat located in Yea, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. This unique location offers guests a natural haven with breathtaking views, indigenous wildlife, and over 12 acres of land to explore. Yea is situated in the heart of Murrindindi Shire, surrounded by charming hamlets, historic buildings, a thriving main street, and a strong arts culture.

Little Blue Wren is the perfect base to explore the area, with a variety of award-winning wineries and restaurants nearby. For outdoor enthusiasts, Redwood Forest and Yea Wetland are must-visit attractions, offering trails, picnic spots, and an abundance of native wildlife. The retreat also provides easy access to the Great Victorian Rail Trail, a 134-kilometre trail running from Tallarook to Mansfield and Alexandra.

Tiny Away’s sustainably built tiny houses are equipped with all the modern amenities, including split air conditioning, a kitchenette, cooking equipment, and a bathroom that follows ecologically sustainable principles, including a waterless eco-friendly compost toilet, hand basin, and shower (gas heated for hot showers). So, as Melburnians venture out to soak up the weather this summer, Tiny Away is ready to welcome travelers looking for an escape from the city and the perfect weekend getaway.

About Tiny Away

Founded in 2018, the Tiny Away network includes a range of comfy eco-friendly ‘tiny houses’ for travelers seeking alternative and unique accommodation experiences.

Using a profit-sharing arrangement that sees landowners earning up to 45% of rental revenue, Tiny Away considers itself a partner with landowner hosts on a mission to create rare and exceptional accommodation experiences.

Tiny Away offers adventurous road-trippers and weekenders the chance to immerse themselves in nature, without compromising on comfort. A step up from glamping, each tiny house offers hot showers, air conditioning, a cosy queen bed, and a kitchenette. 

The sustainably built tiny houses are typically positioned on a working farm, often totally off-grid, and hosts offer all sorts of unique activities (horse riding, farm experiences, etc.) that give guests a taste of rural life. See more here.

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