A fully off-grid cabin built from reclaimed timber, the Sheepwash Bay shack is perched above the shoreline in the bushy surrounds of a 37 acre Bruny Island property.
Words & photography originally published in the East Coast Tasmania print edition by The Rambler Co.
Client: Sheepwash Bay
A fully off-grid cabin built from reclaimed timber, the Sheepwash Bay shack is perched above the shoreline in the bushy surrounds of a 37 acre rural property. Waking to the aroma of fresh sourdough and views of the distant Hartz Mountains, mornings are best spent beachcombing the rocky coastline, collecting fresh produce and eggs from the garden, or snuggled up in the fire-warmed shack watching the weather pass by. A traditional outhouse surprises guests with a view of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel from the dunny, and an outdoor bath tub has the perfect vantage point for a sun-drenched afternoon soak.
All words and photography by James Vodicka