COMPASS HUT

Tiny House in Tasmania

COMPASS HUT

 

Tiny House in Tasmania

Compass Hut
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Compass Hut
FEATURES

The Tiny House is completely self-contained, including a double-bed sleeping space, small kitchenette and bathroom. Inside coffee table and stools provided, as well as an outside dining area on the deck.

kitchen
Bathroom
ACTIVITIES

Waterfalls, short walks to multi-day walks, lookouts and more. 

There are two incredible Tasmanian wildlife sanctuaries nearby. At both Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary & Devils @ Cradle, you can see the Tasmanian Devil and other Tasmanian species.

Discover places for coffee, or to breakfast, lunch & dinner. Discover vineyards and distilleries within the region. 

Marakoopa Cave and King Solomons Cave are exceptional! Located in beautiful Mole Creek, adventure enthusiasts can also experience canyoning at Cradle Mountain. 

Home to Ghost Rock Wines and Prickly Mo, the North Coast is also home to one of Tasmania’s best whiskey brands, Hellyers Road Distillery, and new to the community, Southern Wild Distillery in the heart of the port city of Devonport.

Art galleries and entire towns with outdoor art (murals), the region certainly has a good selection.

The North Coast of Tasmania, following Hobart and Launceston, became an important area for early settlers. The North Coast is dotted with historic places to discover.

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ENVIRONMENT

From the owners:

“Compass Hut was born from concepts around self-sufficiency, sustainability, architectural passive design and protecting the environment.

The design of the Tiny House draws from architectural inspirations from Scandinavia and philosophical ideas in architecture known as phenomenology (architecture that engagements the five human senses). The Tiny House also focuses on self-sufficiency and solar passive design.

  • Energy-efficiency
    The Hut has been fully insulated to suit the local Tasmanian climate, and all windows are double-glazed. The Hut sits facing direct North, for optimum solar passive design.
  • Freshwater collection
    Rain is collected by the roof and transferred into a nearby rain water tank. This is then used by the Hut as the freshwater supply.
  • Off-grid solar system
    The Hut collects and stores electricity from the sun.
  • Vegetable garden & compost
    Various vegetable beds surround the Hut for guests to help themselves during their stay. Guests are also encouraged to utilise a compost bin if they have any food scraps.
  • Compost toilet
    The Hut uses a waterless split-system compost toilet that is collected in a drum underneath the floor. The waste is then separated and heated 24/7; helping to break down the waste until it is disposed of every six months.
  • Greywater garden bed
    Greywater waste is transferred from the Hut, through a treatment system before it arrives at a specifically designed garden soakage bed.
  • Environmentally-friendly soaps & detergents
    We have carefully selected environmentally-friendly soaps and detergents to reduce the impact on the environment.
  • Recycling
    All plastics (a.k.a bin liners and packaging) has been sourced as biodegradable/recyclable, to reduce the impact on the environment.
Deck
Exterior

 

What we love…

Compass Hut was born from concepts around self-sufficiency, sustainability, architectural passive design and protecting the environment. Located on an organic farm in Tasmania’s north-west, Compass Hut has been ensconced in the rich, northern farmland coast of the island.


 

Tell me more

The aim at Compass Hut is to create a space and place that influences calm, meditation, peace, simplicity and escape. The lovey owners would like guests to feel that each travellers’ journey has been enriched by their stay and for it to become a unique part of their Tasmanian experience.


 

Get the Facts

Where is it? North west Tasmania

What? Tiny house

Styles of Accommodation? Self contained cottage for 2 guests

Who?  Singles or Couples

Accessible? Please enquire

How much? (No service fee or cleaning fees added to these rates)

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Sounding Good?  Read on…

Compass Hut is a 100% off-grid, boutique, family-operated Tiny House accommodation business located in the northern Central Coast region of Tasmania.

Compass Hut is located on a family-ran organic farm in the picturesque northern coastline of Tasmania. Established in mid-2019, the accommodation shares in the 84 acres of a small organic farm in some of Tasmania’s best farmland.

The Compass Hut is a 4.8 meter long by 2.4 meters wide Tiny House on wheels. Built in a Scandinavian Barn Style externally, the inside the space consists of a downstairs lux sleeping area, small country kitchenette and a glossy white bathroom.

Located only 10 minutes from Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania, the accommodation is designed as an off-grid little home-away-from-home, focusing on health & wellness, and a place that will enrich your experience while on your journey in Tasmania.

Host: Sisters Tamika and Kylie
Address: 195 Bellamy Road, 7310 Melrose, Australia

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FEATURES

The Tiny House is completely self-contained, including a double-bed sleeping space, small kitchenette and bathroom. Inside coffee table and stools provided, as well as an outside dining area on the deck.

ACTIVITIES

Waterfalls, short walks to multi-day walks, lookouts and more. 

There are two incredible Tasmanian wildlife sanctuaries nearby. At both Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary & Devils @ Cradle, you can see the Tasmanian Devil and other Tasmanian species.

Discover places for coffee, or to breakfast, lunch & dinner. Discover vineyards and distilleries within the region. 

Marakoopa Cave and King Solomons Cave are exceptional! Located in beautiful Mole Creek, adventure enthusiasts can also experience canyoning at Cradle Mountain. 

Home to Ghost Rock Wines and Prickly Mo, the North Coast is also home to one of Tasmania’s best whiskey brands, Hellyers Road Distillery, and new to the community, Southern Wild Distillery in the heart of the port city of Devonport.

Art galleries and entire towns with outdoor art (murals), the region certainly has a good selection.

The North Coast of Tasmania, following Hobart and Launceston, became an important area for early settlers. The North Coast is dotted with historic places to discover.

ENVIRONMENT

From the owners:

“Compass Hut was born from concepts around self-sufficiency, sustainability, architectural passive design and protecting the environment.

The design of the Tiny House draws from architectural inspirations from Scandinavia and philosophical ideas in architecture known as phenomenology (architecture that engagements the five human senses). The Tiny House also focuses on self-sufficiency and solar passive design.

  • Energy-efficiency
    The Hut has been fully insulated to suit the local Tasmanian climate, and all windows are double-glazed. The Hut sits facing direct North, for optimum solar passive design.
  • Freshwater collection
    Rain is collected by the roof and transferred into a nearby rain water tank. This is then used by the Hut as the freshwater supply.
  • Off-grid solar system
    The Hut collects and stores electricity from the sun.
  • Vegetable garden & compost
    Various vegetable beds surround the Hut for guests to help themselves during their stay. Guests are also encouraged to utilise a compost bin if they have any food scraps.
  • Compost toilet
    The Hut uses a waterless split-system compost toilet that is collected in a drum underneath the floor. The waste is then separated and heated 24/7; helping to break down the waste until it is disposed of every six months.
  • Greywater garden bed
    Greywater waste is transferred from the Hut, through a treatment system before it arrives at a specifically designed garden soakage bed.
  • Environmentally-friendly soaps & detergents
    We have carefully selected environmentally-friendly soaps and detergents to reduce the impact on the environment.
  • Recycling
    All plastics (a.k.a bin liners and packaging) has been sourced as biodegradable/recyclable, to reduce the impact on the environment.