Thalia Haven, East Coast, Tasmania


Buildings in natural materials

Thalia was built from East Coast stone. Massive weathered beams inside the house were recycled from a heritage bridge, telling its story to those who listen. Read more

A fully equipped kitchen

If you love to cook, you will delight in Thalia’s kitchen. Read more

A deli for a pantry

Your stay includes a complimentary pantry stocking breakfast provisions and staples for a range of cooking styles. Read more


Thalia’s four bedrooms have king-sized beds, accommodating up to eight guests. There is also a single bed, and a cot for little ones. Read more


The living room seats a crowd to gaze into the flames from the massive stone fireplace. Games, paints, and puzzles are there for your use. Read more


The four pavilions cluster around a courtyard shaded by olive trees and planted with fragrant lavender and thyme. Read more

Bathing in nature

A bathtub sits on the deck outside the main pavilion. Read more