Whale Song Shack

Whale song is an escape on the edge of the ocean where pacific gulls call and the roar of the ocean fills the air. Our little shack is a sanctuary of peace and calm, perfectly suited for 2, Whale Song can accommodate up to two extra guests upon request. Located in the sleepy hamlet of Falmouth, a stunning, secluded part of the East Coast of Tasmania.
Master bedrooms with ocean views; from the moment you awake, you are captivated by every changing mood of the Tasman Sea.
Let the sunrise softly wake you and the moonshine lull you into sweet dreams.
As evening falls, enjoy a glass of wine by the fire, as the sun settles in the west casting its magical light show across the eastern sky; or enjoy the full moon rise in front of the shack over the ocean.
Turn off, pause time and escape to the edge of the world where you stare at the stars, watch the ocean glisten under the moonlight while soaking in the outdoor hot bath or watch the gulls glide over the ocean from the hot outdoor shower.
During whale migration season keep a keen eye out for humpback whales, dolphins and orcas as they swim by directly past the shack.
A place to restore, dream, be inspired.

Contact Details

50 New Street
Falmouth, 7215

0400 038 136
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