A group of nomads is taking their skills from remote remote villages to the cities of Sydney and Melbourne.
The men have been living in the deserts for nearly two years, and have been making some of the world’s most unusual homes.
The group, known as The Desert Rats, have lived in the remote communities of the Arid Zone, which includes the Argyle Desert and the Central Highlands.
They have built three homes in the Arids – two on a small hill and a third on a hilltop.
One of the houses is a desert ranch that has an old wooden roof.
It has been made of bamboo and timber, with a few rocks thrown in for good measure.
“There’s no electricity, no water, no roads, no cars, no electricity,” Mr Ritchie said.
Mr Rigg said the Arrid homes were constructed from sandstone blocks, made from recycled materials, and all the bricks had been recycled from old car tyres. “
We don’t have any modern technology to make it sustainable, but we are using nature to make the best of it.”
Mr Rigg said the Arrid homes were constructed from sandstone blocks, made from recycled materials, and all the bricks had been recycled from old car tyres.
The homes are designed to be very comfortable, and also have natural ventilation.
“You can have a nice place to rest your head, relax, sleep, get away from it all, and still be able to survive,” Mr Roig said.
The Arid Rats say their homes are not just about getting away from the desert, but also the fact that there are no water resources.
“People just walk into the desert and think, ‘Oh, it’s easy, there’s no water here,'” Mr Rigo said.
It’s hard to describe, but the arid environment has been the perfect environment to grow these kinds of small-scale dwellings.
“I’ve never had anything grow like this in the whole of Australia, except for the Great Barrier Reef,” Mr Reig said, referring to the coral reef that surrounds Australia’s Great Barrier Island.
The rats say they have built their own irrigation system to feed their crops, and even water the crops themselves.
The rat family have been building their own homes, using recycled material to make their homes, in the arrid zones.
Photo: Supplied They also believe that if the climate changes, the environment can adapt to a changing climate, and that if people stay in their homes for long periods of time, they can become accustomed to it.
Mr Reigo said the family has never built anything in their local area before.
“The first time I was here was about three years ago,” Mr Visser said.
He was living in a tiny house, and he had been living on a farm for a while.
“When we moved to Sydney, we lived in a three-bedroom house, but now it’s three, four and five bedrooms.”
Now, it has a little bit of a backyard.
Mr Viser said he would like to see more people living in arid zones, and be able a place to camp. “
If you’re in the middle of a storm and you’re standing on the roof and the wind is blowing in, you’re just sitting there, waiting for it to calm down,” he said.
Mr Viser said he would like to see more people living in arid zones, and be able a place to camp.
“In Sydney, I’m not too worried about that because we have a lot of places that we can camp, and it’s not a big problem.”
It’s a real challenge, but if it works, then there’s a good chance it will work for us, as well,” he added.
Mr Risser is now living with his parents, who are also nomads.
Mr Roigg is looking forward to living in Melbourne, where he is going to study forestry and land management.
“So, they would understand.””
My parents are all in Australia, they know what’s going on,” he told 7.30.
“So, they would understand.”