FAQs

What is an In2thewild experience? 

In2thewild offers eco-wellness escapes for busy people to rewild. Nature thrives when it’s simply let be, to be free, grow and restore itself without interruption. We believe humans can benefit in a similar way. That’s why we have created spaces for you to step out of the chaos, and into the wild where fresh air and perspectives are found.   

Hidden in over 40 stunning and secluded spots across rural Australia, we have a rewilding experience for everyone. Whether you’re a seasoned nomad or a tentative explorer, discover places where you can feel truly disconnected from reality and grounded in nature. 

What’s included?  

While specific items may vary, every experience is designed to provide you with everything you need and nothing you don’t. All our sites provide quality towels and bedding as well as beautiful toiletries from Leif Products. Each kitchen features a fridge, stove and all the cookware you need to create a good meal, and a fire pit is set up at every location. Each tiny house has a modern waterless toilet, which works like a normal toilet.  

All our tiny houses are completely off-grid and powered by the sun, so you will need to be mindful of your energy use during your stay. While some sites have USB charging ports, we suggest you plan for an electronics-free stay.  

Be sure to check the property description before booking for the most accurate overview of what’s provided at each location.  

What do I need to bring? 

While we encourage you to pack light, there are a few essentials we recommend. You can find our packing guide here [link to packing guide]. 

How do I find the location of my accommodation? 

Don’t stress, two days before your check-in we will reveal the location via email. Keen to plan activities and adventures for your stay? Firstly, we’d encourage you to surrender to an escape without an itinerary where you can forget time exists and go with the flow. But we also know you might be a keen explorer, so feel free to reach out to our reservations team if you need more information sooner.  

Why can you not guarantee water, heating, etc?  

The heating and hot water is provided via gas tanks which we ensure are full (and have spare tanks on site as well in case they run out). The reference is made because our Tiny Houses are off-grid and reply on solar power (for the electricity – lights and fan).  

We haven’t had any issues with the running water and heating so don’t envisage there to be during your stay! 

Are the tiny houses warm enough in the winter? 

Each house is equipped with rugs, cosy blankets, and hot water bottles. Each house (except for Tiny Christopher) has a small off-grid gas heater. 

Do the tiny houses stay cool during the summer? 

Over half our collection of tiny houses now features air-conditioning. Each house is also designed to optimise air flow if you keep the windows open. Most locations are near swimming holes or the beach, so we suggest spending some time in the water during very hot days. 

What is your policy for extreme weather conditions? 

Our customer support team keep an eye out for extreme weather conditions and will be in touch if your booking is impacted. Your safety is always our priority.  

Is there phone reception?  

Depending on location, some sites have limited signal while others allow you to feel like you’re the only people on earth. Personally, we think being unreachable for a few days is the dream, but it’s good to be prepared, so make sure you have packed your essentials and filled your car up before you arrive. 

Can I drive right up to the tiny house? 

Depending on location, you can drive right up to some tiny houses whereas others have a designated parking area and then a short walk to the front door.  

While many of our tiny houses are accessible by a standard two-wheel-drive in all conditions some houses have more rugged access, particularly after wet weather. Please read the description of the house you are booking carefully, as it will mention if a 4WD is required. If you are still unsure, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team. 

Is it safe? 

Our tiny houses are all situated on private properties and are very safe and secure. However, keep in mind you’re responsible for your own safety, so be aware of your surroundings and respect local wildlife.  

Can I bring my pet?  

We have a great collection of pet-friendly tiny houses where you can bring well-behaved four-legged friends along too. Please read our pet terms and conditions first. 

And my children? 

Children are always welcome, for little ones there is space in our tiny houses for a travel cot if you need to bring one. We’ll be adding family-size cabins for family adventures next year. 

Can I start a fire? 

Yes, you can. But only in the fire pits provided at each site and in accordance with local fire regulations. While we will strive to keep guests updated on fire bans, it is your responsibility to be aware of any current fire bans too. We recommend you check out the RFS website before you go.  

We provide firewood for purchase so please don’t collect wood from the site or cut down any trees on the site. We suggest that one bag of firewood per night is sufficient. 

Over the bushfire season, it’s possible that a Total Fire Ban may be placed on the property, and a member of our team will be in touch. In this case, you won’t be able to make a campfire and we will refund you for any firewood you have purchased. 

What is the change / cancellation policy?  

Refer to our T&C’s. 

What times are check-in and check-out? 

You can check-in after 3pm and we ask that you check-out by 11am sharp. If you would like to request an early check-in or late check-out, please contact our customer support team. 

Do you build tiny houses?  

If you have a beautiful and remote block of land and are interested in partnering with us to provide a premium eco off-grid tiny house for short-stay accommodation please fill out a host application form. 

I have more burning questions, what do I do!? 

Feel free to send through any other questions you have through our contact page. 

Can I set up a tent next to the tiny house? 

Some of our tiny houses do allow you to bring your own tents if you would like, however there is an additional charge. You will see ‘BYO Tents’ as an option when booking if it is allowed at your chosen property.  

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