Can I build a tiny house that is removable from the trailer in Australia?
Yes it is possible to make a tiny house that can be removed from a trailer in Australia. However it is a good idea to consider all the potential consequences of this decision before going ahead.
For example, if you remove the tiny house from the trailer when it is parked on private property in Australia, it will no longer be recognised as a vehicle and will be classified as a building, which may trigger planning and development applications in your local area.
Also, if you intend to remove the tiny house from the trailer for transport, it will have to be transported on the tray of a truck or low-rider trailer as cargo, which may be more expensive than rolling it on its own wheels. It may be a good idea to find out about the transport costs for different sized loads before building the removable tiny house, because if it is over a particular size, height or weight when loaded, different costs will apply for a transport service. Also, an over height load may forfeit the transport companies ability to insure their load, so it would be a good idea to build within the perimeters of a transportable load.
Additionally, if you would ever like to transport the tiny house on the removable trailer, it’s important to be confident in the method of attachment between the tiny house and the trailer. You will also need to make sure that the tiny house and trailer combined do not exceed the overall weight rating of the trailer, in order to make transport on the trailer legal. If the overall weight of the tiny house and trailer combined exceeds the weight limit of the trailer, it will become an unroadworthy vehicle that cannot be towed on its own wheels.