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Seven Incredible Tiny Eco Getaways

If you are feeling the city itch getting under your skin, and dreaming of days un-tethered from your phone, surrounded by nature – we have the perfect getaway inspiration for you!

We have found seven of Australia’s best enviro cabins for a weekend escape. Swap WiFi for star-gazing for a night or two with these dreamy retreats.

The Physical And Emotional Intimacy Of Caroline Walls' Paintings

Believe it or not, Caroline Walls has...

A Magical Alistair Knox-Designed Rental In Eltham!

We can’t get enough of Eltham’s incredible mid-century houses, which consistently rate among the most popular home stories on The Design Files!

Lucienne and Sebastian Van Sebille thought the glowing reviews of this suburb (located 20 kilometres north-east of Melbourne’s CBD) must be exaggerated, but after moving here in mid 2020, they can confirm it’s truly as magical as they say! 

The couple’s rental property is an Alistair Knox-designed 1970s house that remains as solid and beautiful as the day it was built. 

After 10 years living in Thornbury and Coburg, the True North chef and trade manager at Pop and Scott are relishing their new life among the trees, while getting to know the longstanding locals (alpacas, horses, donkeys and kookaburras among them!).

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