A Slovakian architecture firm has started selling environmentally-friendly pod homes for a fraction of the cost of most Aussie real estate.
Prices for the micro-homes, called Ecocapsules, start at €79,900 ($121,000 Aus) ($86,000 USA dollars) and they can be shipped to Australia for €1,900.
The self-sustainable pods, created by Nice Architects, rely on solar and wind power as well as rainwater collection.
They can be taken almost anywhere on the globe, meaning the luxuries of a hotel room are now available in the wilderness.
Or alternatively they could be used as a backyard granny flat, though it is unclear when Australian councils would land on the matter.