Six New Off-the-Grid Unyoked Cabins Have Popped Up Around NSW and Vic
Summer holiday plans, sorted.
The summer months are fast approaching, which means it's time to start planning a little getaway (or three). If your idea of a perfect escape is a remote cabin, surrounded by wilderness with no Wi-Fi, this news may have you hitting 'book' straight away.
Unyoked, the Aussie startup with six tiny houses currently located around NSW and Vic, has just launched six more remote getaways. If you're one of the patient souls on the company's current 5000-long waitlist, this news will be doubly exciting.
Founded and run by twins Cam and Chris Grant, the off-the-grid cabins bring you the convenience and comfort of four solid walls, alongside the adventure, spontaneity and closeness-to-nature of camping. With the help of Archemy Modular and Fresh Prince, the brothers have designed and built the 12 houses — all sustainable and solar-powered.
All properties been placed in secret patches of wilderness on private properties, in the middle of nowhere. The three new NSW ones are located 90 minutes from Sydney's CBD, in the north and northwest, located on the Central Coast, in a private valley and in a forest.
Two of the Victorian properties are a two-hour drive southeast, while the third is two hours north. These ones have popped up in Gippsland, the Pyrenees Ranges and a pine forest.
The exact locations are still under wraps as Unyoked aims to make sure your stay is a bit of an adventure, by only revealing the address for your chosen house two days before you're due to set off.
Bookings for the six new spots open today, Monday, October 18, so we suggest you hover over the website if you're keen to book one in. Once you've booked on in, all you need to do is jump in your car, disconnect and recharge.
The six new Unyoked cabins are located across NSW and Vic and are available to book from today, Monday, October 14, via unyoked.co.
Images: Luisa Brimble
Published on October 14, 2019 by Samantha Teague