https://www.collaborativehousing.org.au/ This website explains how it all works with a focus on community building.
Whilst she does make a few valid points in relation to the Senate preference lottery & concedes that there have been a few with common sense whilst encouraging contact with politicians on a regular basis between elections if you have matters of concern it is basically a rejection.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-20/tiny-houses-who-wants-them-and-why-the-conversation/8959734 Also deals with the need for reform to planning laws to make it more accessible
https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/politics/victoria/a-decade-lost-to-political-pointscoring-20180103-h0cqcq.html Our greater problems are in the too hard basket as our politicians around the country play political football.
Current trends are unsustainable, with the gap between haves and have-nots widening.
Inspiration can be found in a wide variety of situations. This American example started in one of the smallest places a 33 sq ft dumpster. It is now one of the better examples of Tiny House design around.
Whilst they are separate pieces of art they share a common theme & are very well done!
This is a new development in WA but apparently is happening in QLD & elsewhere. The price of land is still relatively expensive but if planned well can help first home buyers who prefer lower maintenance with nearby facilities like parks etc.
Another example which actually has a lot of corporate support behind it of alternative living options.