The Gunyah name means ‘house, hut, shelter’ in the local aboriginal language. We build our houses on Biripai land, here in Port Macquarie, NSW. The ‘Gunyah’, our newly released 5m tiny house, is more minimalistic in nature and has been designed specifically for short term stays – perfect for those seeking to be hospitable to family, friends and Airbnb stays. And since the Gunyah is under 3 tonne it is easier to relocate since it can be towed by most 4WDs. The pictured model sleeps  2 – 4 people, but other layouts are also available.


A ‘Häuslein’ is a small dwelling with a big heart. It’s warm, the lights are on, you’re welcome here. The Häuslein Tiny House Co was founded in early 2018 by four friends with a shared passion to make a big impact in people’s lives. Strategically located in Port Macquarie (halfway between Sydney and Brisbane).

Founded on a belief that life is for living and enjoying. It’s about relationships and building a lifestyle that has time for the little things. Growing gardens, delicious, wholesome meals cooked at home, laughter around the table, tinkering on what you love, together. We want to live and promote the less-stressed life where we can be refreshed to be productive and give our best to the world and those around us. We want to live sustainably, generously and creatively, maximising resources and keeping it simple.


  • Home Area:
    18 m²
  • Lot dimensions:
    5m (L) x 2.5m (W) x 4.3m (H)
  • Price:
  • Property Status:
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  • Fully transportable and road registerable
  • High-end Al-Ko axles


  • 2 Burner Gas Stove
  • 240v plug-in power system
  • Air Conditioning
  • Composting Toilet
  • Composting Toilet or Incinerator Toilet
  • Custom Blinds or Curtains
  • Custom LED Light Fittings
  • Custom Timber Sink
  • Drawer Dishwasher
  • Fibreglass earth wool (R2) insulation
  • Flush Toilet
  • Fridge
  • Full Size Shower
  • Instant Hot Water
  • Kitchenette
  • Loft
  • Off Grid
  • Skylight
  • SP10 SmartGlass
  • Termite resistant timber frames
  • UHD Smart TV
  • Western red cedar cladding