In the untouched wilderness of Tasmania’s West Coast, Seaforth Strahan is a sweet ‘60s timber fishing shack sensitively and sustainably renovated. The perfect hideaway for the wistful wanderers, the poets and the dreamers, from this private waterfront perch you can access your own slice of beach and face out into 10 acres of button grass, native heaths, bottle brushes and tea trees. The pleasures of a slower way of life are deliberately designed here, which is why you won’t find a TV, microwave or WiFi. Embrace the elements instead – fire to brew your morning coffee, rainwater to bathe in the outdoor shower, and an indoor fireplace to keep you cosy while you play board games and records. Simple pleasures as old as the glacial land buried beneath the peaty soil on which you stand.
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