This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering.
Located an hour's drive north west of Hobart in the quaint little town of Ouse (pronounced - ooze) and set on the pristine Derwent River.
Like so many of the towns on the Derwent River, this region is very popular with bushwalkers, fishing enthusiasts, and mountain bike riders.
Overlooking the "pot-belly" of the Derwent River, you can enjoy the sound of the calm flowing water and birdlife of the river. This place is a fishing and kayaking heaven - you only need to walk a few metres to get to the river's edge.
Have a swim in summer, kayak or go for an adventure on your mountain bike. There are two kayaks and two SUPs you are welcome to use. And there is a boat ramp just a few kilometres down the road to launch your boat.
The Bunkhouse is a beautifully built structure, with large windows and plenty of space. It's two-storey, with an upper open-plan level accommodating 8 people in single bunk beds.
A further two guests can sleep on the large sofa bed downstairs.