Tiny Houses Lorne
Petite and perfectly-formed havens of tranquillity, immersed within the lush forest canopy of Australia's Great Otway National Park.
Lorne is often described as Victoria's answer to Byron Bay, with its sparkling waterfalls, lush rainforests, and paradise-like sandy beaches.
Qii House Lorne has teamed up with Treehab Tiny Houses, to create three breathtaking, eco-friendly homes (each one with a Japanese Zen name) that will take you far away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Working with the Japanese principles of forest therapy - a concept known as shinrin yoku - each tiny house has been custom-created to work in harmony with its surroundings. There's plenty of comfort inside too, including Mongolian lambswool cushions, Merino-felted floor rugs, and snuggly bedding.
Bursts of colour provide plenty of cheer inside, while outside awaits a private deck with a hammock, some yoga mats... and a custom-built eco bath for two.
You'll have limited TV reception, but when you're in such a beautiful part of the world, who cares? Why not while away some time in the temple garden by the billabong; perhaps try some meditation and watch the goldfish at play, or wander the ever-evolving sculpture gardens. Alternatively, head out on Qii House's accredited rainforest walking circuit, or simply pour a glass of complimentary wine and drink in that spectacular view.