Living in a Tiny House: The benefits for society, environment and you!

27 March 2017
6pm to 8pm
Melbourne Burwood Campus

Professor Trevor Day, Executive Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment; Professor Chris Austin, Head of School of Life and Environmental Sciences; and Dr Kelly Miller, Environmental Science Course Director, invite you to our upcoming seminar 'Living in a Tiny House: the benefits for society, environment and you!' with guest speaker Darren Hughes.

Event details

As Australia's expert on Tiny Houses and founder of Tiny Houses Australia, Darren Hughes has built up a global community of over 41,000 followers on Facebook. In fact, Tiny Houses Australia has become the hub of all things 'Tiny' in this country. When he started the community nearly four years ago, there was almost no information about Tiny Houses in Australia. Since then, Darren has seen the interest in Tiny Houses explode with more and more Aussies making the decision to downsize, simplify their lives and build their own Tiny House. 

Darren has been interviewed a number of times both here in Australia and internationally, has been featured several times in Tiny House magazine and was a featured speaker at the recent Melbourne and Sydney Home Shows and the National Sustainable Living Festival.

Register your interest

Please RSVP your attendance by Tuesday 21 March 2017, places are limited.

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Key information

Date and time

Monday 27 March 2017
6pm to 8pm

Location

Level 2
Burwood Corporate Centre
221 Burwood Highway, Melbourne

Contact details

Dr Kelly Miller
+61 3 9251 7615
kelly.miller@deakin.edu.au