Photo Gallery

All the straw bale houses in this gallery were built by our owner builders!

The house is finished, all ready and set up for those summer BBQs
Blue and green should never be seen unless there's straw bale in between!
A view of this straw bale house from the garden
Blue front door of a beautiful straw bale house
Picturesque front deck. Imagine how it will look after final coat!
This cosy breakfast station makes me hungry
Gorgeous vine on the verandah of this house. It's going to look spectacular when final coat is done!
Second coat of render finished on this client's home!
Exposed beams within a client's straw bale house
This client's straw bale kitchen is so open and light
Beautifully lit open-plan kitchen
Our client has finished this house, and used the left over straw for their garden beds
This straw bale house is nestled amongst the Australian bush
A book shelf and bean bag make this cozy reading corner on the mezzanine complete
Kitchen cupboards in a straw bale house
Inviting hallway next to a spiral staircase
Look at the adorable sculpted shelf in this straw bale bungalow!
Colourful tiles adorn this unique straw bale kitchen
Hefty log beams hold up the ceiling in this straw bale house
Spiral staircase leading up to a straw bale mezzanine
The open-plan kitchen in this straw bale home makes the space seem even bigger!
Master bedroom, all ready for the owner builder to take a well-deserved nap
This client used glass bricks in his design for a unique take on straw bale
Beautifully finished extenal walls on a client's straw bale home

If you are interested in this natural building style, or would like to know how to build your own straw bale home, consider signing up to our online workshop. We teach you everything you need to know about building straw bale houses, from soil testing and applying for permits, to laying bales and rendering.

Our Need Help? page has a list of contacts and information to get you started on your house building journey.