8.5 Star Rated, Architecturally designed to be solar passive, well insulated using hemp-masonry and recycled materials where possible. This is a studio that represents the ethos of Mullumbimby and the Byron Shire. Northern views of Mt Chincogan and backed onto a nature reserve home to cockatoos and galahs.
Walking dsitance to great cafes and restaurants in Mullumbimby and a quick drive to Brunswick Heads to reach the Brunswick River and Pacific Ocean.
Surrounding Mullumbimby are multiple national parks with sub-tropical rainforest hikes to secret waterfalls.
Guest Access and Interaction
A modern and very unique space tucked away on a north-facing ridge in Mullumbimby. Built with local timbers and hemp masonry this studio is a beautiful piece of carpentry that represents Mullumbimby well with it's mix of recycled and industrial materials delivered in a well ventilated, light and north facing studio.
The entire studio is yours to use. It is about 35m2 and also has it's own back courtyard. You are welcome to pick some herbs and salad from our veggie patch at the front of our main house and enjoy the front deck and grass area.
There is a laundry in the house that can be used on request.
We are happy to help out while we are home. Come on over for a cup of tea.
Within the main house we have a 6m tall climbing wall. If you are interested in climbing and have experience you may try it out.
Other things to do...
Within the Tallowood Ridge estate and only a few hundred meters from where the studio is located, there is also a full sized public tennis court and half-sized basketball court. Let us know if you would like to borrow our equipment! We have rackets and balls in the main house.
Mullumbimby is a tiny cosmopolitan town rich with culture, music and great food. There is a Olympic sizes swimming pool, lush community gardens and a great skatepark. There is a farmers market at the Showgrounds on Friday mornings from 7am. Check out the local noticeboards for workshops, dance classes and other fun events.
Mullumbimby is best to explore on a bike or walking as it is a relatively small town and parking is not the greatest. For the greater Byron area you will need a car to access the hinterland and national parks.