Mooramong Tiny Houses

Relax and unwind in one of three tiny homes on the former country estate of a Hollywood movie star.

From the 1930s to the 1960s, Carranballac’s historic Mooramong Estate was owned by actress Claire Adams and her millionaire Australian husband, Donald ‘Scobie’ MacKinnon.

Mooramong was a 21st birthday present for Donald ‘Scobie’ Mackinnon who remodelled it in 1938 for his movie star wife Claire Adams.

Now Mooramong recaptures the life and times of the Mackinnons from the 1930s to the 1960s. The house features their photographs, curios and objects d’art.

The property is on a working farm of 4,000 acres running sheep and producing crops. The estate also incorporates the Mackinnon Nature Reserve which is home to the endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoot and other Australian species including the Wedge-Tailed Eagle and Brolga.

A stay at this historic property is a truly special experience. Become one with nature as you journey into the native countryside and find your inner wandering spirit.

Find solace in the stillness and expect to leave with a newfound appreciation for tiny home living. These tiny homes are secluded, however, are on a working farm, so prepare to fully immerse yourself in country life as you might see farmers, a tractor, or animals in a nearby paddock.



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