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The Post Office

The Post Office Facade
Extra long and cosy feather sofa
Master Queen Bedroom
Double Bedroom with claw foot bath
Second bedroom with claw foot bath
Claw foot bath
Main living area
Waratah Waterfall
The Post Office is a 1913 heritage-listed post office that has been lovingly restored into a luxury escape for couples but accommodates up to four guests. Located directly across the road from the Waratah Waterfall there are expansive views from every window. With many of its original features intact, such as 4.2 metre high pressed tin ceilings, arched sash windows, the original cedar post office counter, brass fixtures and walk-in bank safe. The space has been designed to be sympathetic to the era with comfort in mind. Filled with a curated collection of antiques, oil paintings and unique pieces. The main queen bedroom is located in a private corner of the open plan living area. The layout, designed with privacy and comfort in mind, features a floor to ceiling velvet curtain and purpose-built half wall to successfully separate the living and sleeping quarters. The cosy second double bedroom boasts a bed nook, with a cast iron bath. The layout, warm colour palette and lighting has been purposefully designed to create a romantic space, into which guests can retreat. The main bathroom has underfloor heating and a large, level access shower and toilet. The kitchen is fully equipped perfect for longer stays to explore Tasmania’s West Coast. The kitchen includes a 5 gas burner, ILVE oven and a large SMEG fridge, freezer and microwave.


Non Smoking

Outdoor Dining Area

Pay TV


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