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Whale Song | Tasmania | Will & Bear x Blundstone

Whale Song | Tasmania | Will & Bear x Blundstone

Originally Built in the 1980’s by a local fisherman, Whale Song is an escape on the edge of the ocean where pacific gulls call and the roar of the ocean fills the air. The beach shack is a sanctuary of peace and calm, located in the sleepy hamlet of Falmouth, a stunning, secluded part of the East Coast of Tasmania.

Location: Falmouth, Tasmania
Features: 2 bedroom / 1 bath / sleeps 4

Wide brim wool and straw hats on a wall inside a beach shack A group of people sitting down on a picnic blanket on the deck of a beach shack Loz sitting on a picnic rug drinking a coffee

House features:

  • 2 Indoor fireplaces
  • Outdoor fire-pit
  • Downstairs rumpus room
  • Upstairs deck
  • Downstairs deck
  • Outdoor bath
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Fireplace and couch inside the living area of a beach shackView of the ocean through the windows of a beach shackFire-pit overlooking the ocean view on the beach shack deck

Things to do:

Falmouth is a very special, secluded hamlet. Many of the shacks and properties play a unique part in the rich history of the close knit and creative Falmouth community. Wander down the quiet streets or access the headland path at the eastern end of the garden, explore as you are make your way to the favoured swimming hole of Henderson Lagoon. The weather was wild and wooly for our 4 day stay but we didn’t need anymore of an excuse to bunker down and rotate between both upstairs and downstairs fireplaces. On our last day, there was a gap in the clouds were the sun poked out so we enjoyed an antipasto board with some of Tassie's finest produce in the outdoor bath.
Two women sitting with a child inside a beach shack playing chess on the floor

Keeping warm in the Doc Fawn beanie and Andy Cream wide brim hat.

Alex looking out at the ocean on top of a rock, holding his surfboard

Loz sitting inside the outdoor bath with a friend wearing an Andy Oak wide brim wool hat

 

 

 

 

"A sanctuary of peace and calm, located in the sleepy hamlet of Falmouth, a stunning, secluded part of the East Coast of Tasmania"

— Lauren Williams

 

 

 

 Alex setting up his surfboard fin behind his car ready to go for a surfAlex grabbing his surf board out the back of a 4wd ready to go for a surfChildren sitting on a picnic rug playing with wide brim wool hats

Check out @whalesongshack on Instagram to book your own seaside retreat in Tasmania.

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