Thanks to the opening of MONA, Australia’s most controversial art gallery, the rise of new resorts and chic hotels as well as the growing reputation of its wine, gourmet food and seafood Tasmania is finally losing its twee “Apple Island” image. Modern Tasmania is full of surprise and new adventures. Only the clean air and pristine wilderness are unchanged.
From a remote, renovated water pumping station in the mountains to a beautiful and modern tiny house in the city of Hobart, there is hopefully something here for every taste.
Pumphouse Point is a boutique wilderness retreat located inside the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, one of the most celebrated Wilderness World Heritage Areas on the planet! The hotel makes use of stunningly refurbished industrial buildings, one of which is spectacularly positioned 240m out over the crystal clear highland water. Read more / Book it
Captains Rest is a Historically Listed, waterfront cottage in Lettes Bay Village, just outside of Strahan, Tasmania. Complete with its own jetty out the front, you're sure to fall deeply in love with this place. Read more / Book it
Bruny Island Hideaway
Located on the remote bottom of corner of Australia on the stunning Bruny Island (off the coast of Tasmania) you'll find this simple and minimalistic Cabin, it is green and sustainable and is so wild that you'll feel a million miles away from civilisation. Read more / Book it
Designed by two award-winning, emerging architects #TheBaeTAS is a cleverly reimagined 70's bedsit. The plywood interior conceals and reveals, like a jewellery box enticing the guests to explore and adapt the space as they like. Read more / Book it
Located just minutes from Hobart's major cultural attractions such as historic precincts of Salamanca & Battery Point, #TheBarnTas is an architecturally designed and beautifully renovated old barn and we think it is the perfect place to stay for a small Hobart getaway. Read more / Book it
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