Mother Sushannah Taylor forced to live in a tent with her two kids after landlord sold their rental

A young family-of-four struggling to find a home amid Australia’s property crisis have been forced to live in a tent after becoming homeless when the landlord sold their rental.

Sushannah Taylor, 20, spends each day trying to find a suitable campsite in Bundaberg, Queensland, where she can stay the night with her husband Tristan, 22, and their two daughters Delilah, two, and six-month-old Luna.

Just last month, the family were stable and secure in their long-term rental home in Roma, six…

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