LIFE UNHURRIED

$50
Based on the travel and lifestyle website of the same name, Life Unhurried is a fresh and inviting coffee table book featuring 50 of the best slow and sustainable stays hidden across Australia. These covetable properties – found in some of the country’s most underrated destinations – are places where you can truly slow down and reconnect with yourself and nature.

The pages showcase beautiful photography and inspiring tales of everyday Australians, who have chosen to live a life unhurried. Melding design, sustainability and travel, you'll find everything from off-grid shacks, luxurious glamping spots and rammed earth villas, to architecturally designed cabins of your dreams, water views and dreamy outdoor baths – all sure to stoke wanderlust for your next adventure or offer ideas for your own building or interior design plans.

Peppered with tips to help you slow down, travel and live sustainably, this is the perfect gift for an interior design lover, traveller or someone passionate about sustainability and mindfulness.

About the Authors

With a combined passion for slow living, three friends Celeste Mitchell, Krista Eppelstun and Katie Gannon launched accommodation and lifestyle site lifeunhurried.com from their home-base on the Sunshine Coast in 2018, to inspire others to think about life and travel in a more sustainable way.

Travel journalist Celeste Mitchell has managed to fuse her love of travel and telling stories for 20 years, and is regularly published in Escape, Australian Traveller and Qantas magazine, among others.

Krista Eppelstun is an in-demand travel photographer and videographer, usually on the road creating content for the likes of Tourism Australia, Tourism and Events Queensland, and Brisbane Airport. The majority of the photography in Life Unhurried is her work, complemented by some of Australia's top interior photographers.

Assistant author Katie Gannon has worked in web and graphic design for corporate, tourism and government sustainability projects for over 20 years, also running an eco indie fashion label earlier in her career.

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