Uniquely Transportable Cabins for Eco-Sensitive Areas

Uniquely Transportable Cabins for Eco-Sensitive Areas

Control access times, days and users from anywhere in the world.

Our cabins have KAS smartlocks.

Via your smartphone, you can send permission to whoever you like for days and times you choose. For example, different people can have different access dates or times.

Via the alarm, our cabins can “talk” to your smartphone. Wherever in the world you happen to be, you can tell if someone is in your cabin.

You can also remotely turn the alarm system, power or lights on/off.

Bunk Bed System

Our bunk system takes 15 minutes to change from 1 Queen (2 hidden), to 2 Queens (1 hidden), or 3 Queen beds!

1 Queen?

2 Queens?

3 Queens?

Permits and all that lovely paperwork

Our cabins are assembled as UMD’s (Unregisterable Moveable Dwellings).

We can also assemble them to meet the following Australian Standards:

  • Class 1(a) – Permanent Dwelling*
  • Class 1(b) – Short Term Accommodation*
  • Class 3 – Motel
  • Class 4 – Caretaker’s Residence

*Involves a Registered Builder

We have several Architects, Building Surveyors and Engineers that we have worked with on these cabins.

You can either involve any of these professionals with your project or, choose your own consultants.

Options

Do you always order hamburgers with the lot?

You have a range of choices and optional extras for your cabin.

For more information, please visit our floor plans page or contact the Factory:

WHOLESALE / COMMERCIAL ENQUIRIES ONLY

Interior Schemes

Interior Scheme “A” – Colourbond Metal Finish – Best Value

Walls : 50mm PIR Insulated Colourbond Panels (note, this is far superior to EPS or EPS/FR, PIR has very high insulation properties and is Flame resistant)
Colours: (Same cost each colour)  Gray, Olive or Black

Arcs and Skirts :
Lowest Cost : Painted MDF
Extra Cost : Timber with Walnut Stain

Doors :
Lowest Cost : Painted MDF
Extra Cost : Timber with Walnut Stain

Floors:
Lowest Cost : Black Rubber Pirelli style
Extra Cost : Walnut Timber Veneer
Extra Cost : Nautical Water proof Taupe Carpet.

Kitchens: Stainless

Taps : Matt Black

Shower:
Lowest Cost: White base and sides, glass door
Extra Cost : Black walls and floor

Toilet
Lowest Cost: White
Extra Cost : Black

Vanity:
Lowest Cost: White with white basin / black taps
Extra Cost: Black with black basin and black taps

Interior Scheme “B” – Birch Ply – Extra Cost as Scandinavian style ply goes over the steel panels

Walls : Scandanavian Birch Plywood, with steel straps and angle covering joins. This is an additional cost to just having the colourbond finish. The Birch Ply is place over the 50mm PIR Insulated Panels (PIR superior to EPS or EPS/FR, PIR has very high insulation properties and is Flame resistant) 

Colour : Blonde as per photo

Doors : Painted Matt Black

Arcs and Skirts : Black Steel as per photo

Floors:
Lowest Cost : Black Rubber Pirelli style
Extra Cost : Nautical Water proof Taupe Carpet.

Kitchens: Stainless

Taps :  Matt Black

Shower:
Lowest Cost: White base and sides, glass door
Extra Cost : Black walls and floor

Toilet
Lowest Cost: White
Extra Cost : Black

Vanity:
Lowest Cost: White with white basin / black taps
Extra Cost: Black with black basin and black taps

Interior Scheme “C” – Designer Matt Black.  Extra cost as painted timber sheets go over the steel panels

Walls : Wood sheets fitted over 50mm PIR Insulated Panel (note PIR double the insulation r value of EPS or EPS/FR, and is Flame resistant) 
Colour : Smudge resistant Matt Black

Colour : Blonde as per photo

Doors:
Lowest Cost : Painted MDF
Extra Cost : Timber with Walnut Stain

Arcs and Skirts : Black Steel as per photo

Floors:
Lowest Cost : Black Rubber Pirelli style
Extra Cost : Nautical Water proof Taupe Carpet.

Kitchens: Stainless

Taps :  Matt Black

Shower:
Lowest Cost: White base and sides, glass door
Extra Cost : Black walls and floor

Toilet
Lowest Cost: White
Extra Cost : Black

Vanity:
Lowest Cost: White with white basin / black taps
Extra Cost: Black with black basin and black taps

Timber Cladding Style

Our Timber Clad exterior is made using 21mm x 42mm slats of premium Silvertop Ash. This is a BAL-29 rated natural timber.

The cladding is then covered with Cutek Extreme oil which is a professional grade wood finish that protects the timber by penetrating into the wood and working to control the effects of moisture from within. This means it helps to minimise warping, splitting and cutting and it won’t peel or crack. 

The look of natural timber is perfect for those who want their cabin to be in complete harmony with its surrounding environment.

Nord Trond cabin with skillion roof

Tudor Style

For centuries, builders have been leaving the structural, load bearing timbers exposed in a technique known as “half-timbering”. To create decorative effects, they will often use infill between the frames.

The oldest known example of half-timbering is dated back to ancient Rome and a structure known as opus craticum that was destroyed by the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79AD. The style was widely used throughout Europe, especially Germany in the 15th and 16th centuries.

One of the most common examples of the half-timbered style is commonly known as “Tudor style”, where exposed, dark coloured timber beams are filled with white space.

The term “Tudor style” generally refers to the style of buildings of prestige during the period of approximately 1500 and 1560 rather than the whole Tudor period of Medieval England which spanned 1485 – 1603.

We’ve taken this look and put our own spin on it by using painted steel beams and solid white metal panels.

Laser-Cut Steel Sheet Style

Our “Laser cut steel sheet” style is made using weathering steel as the external cladding. This is designed to give you a unique, antique looking appearance without having to wait years for it to happen by itself.

Developed in the 1930s, weathering steel is a low alloy, high strength steel designed to eliminate the need for painting.

One of the main advantages of weathering steel is its high resistance to corrosion. The rusting process of the steel actually helps it to form a protective layer of oxide when it is exposed to the weather.

What this means is that it is low maintenance because you never have to paint in. In fact, you shouldn’t paint it as paint can reduce the steel’s ability to protect itself by preventing it for forming the protective layer of oxide.

We cut the pre-designed shapes using a laser cutter which means you get the highest quality finish with no sharp or frayed edges.

Delivery

How does my new pride and joy get to its new home?

We own a Semi-Trailer that we use to deliver the Nord-Trond cabins.

You need to pay for our costs in doing so.

Alternatively, if we are busy building cabins / you prefer to do it yourselves, you can organise any Semi-Trailer with appropriate crane equipment.

Installation

This is where you are going to really love us

Everyone else does cabins that need to be on leveled ground, sitting on a slab, or stumps…. BUT NOT US!

Our system means the cabins can go on undulating ground and with no preparation needed – it takes next to no time.

Our cabins sit on adjustable legs (we have a range of sizes), and if you want, we can help with the installation.

Price

We are just feverish cabin addicts doing everything we can to make the best 6-star cabins in the world.

You can take advantage of this before our accountants reign us in and make us go cold turkey (i.e. raise our prices).

A Nord-Trond environmentally friendly, sustainable cabin costs dramatically less than a new apartment, Caravan or R.V.

You can see the prices for our different styles / designs on our floor plans page.

 

Like what you see?

Contact us to find out how you can own a Nord-Trond Cabin

WHOLESALE / COMMERCIAL ENQUIRIES ONLY

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0447 396 060
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