Young Queensland couple Doug and Yvette have lived in a shed on their idyllic 10 acre property in the Gold Coast hinterland for two years. Originally, they planned to build an architect-designed house from scratch, but the costs were too high. Not discouraged, they sought an alternative. On a whim, they bought a discarded 100-year-old Queenslander that they plan to move to their property - a journey that will cover 130 km with the old house split in two, precariously carried on separate trucks. Negotiating the winding lush hinterland is already proving to be a logistical challenge but they're determined to make it work. The house will be lifted off the ground with a whole new level constructed underneath, along with a large contemporary pavilion that will be joined to the house as an open-space living area.