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Step Inside The 'Whale Song Shack' With A Dreamy Ocean View

The routine has started - which feels a little like work - home - work - home - work - home, interspersed with crazy early mornings where the kids can't find their gym kit / homework / bike keys - aaaagh! This could explain the copious amounts of getaways I've been sharing from the Southern Hemisphere lately. I mean, who wouldn't rather be reading a book in a cabin overlooking the sea right now?! And this one in Tasmania had me at the name: Whale Song Shack. Originally built by a local fisherman, the cabin has been transformed into a breath-taking holiday home where you can watch whales migrate, gannets dive and fish and fishing boats haul their catch from the window.  Inside, the whitewashed interior is deliberately pared back - with wood details and vintage finds adding plenty of warmth - or when the temperatures really dip, there's a wonderful stone fireplace! Ready to dream? 







Meet you there?

I've been contemplating writing another book lately - could you imagine what an incredible writer's retreat this would make? Gaaah! Amazing! For now, of course, it's all about staying put, but a girl can dream, right?! I hope this cabin has you dreaming today too - and given you a spark of mid-week inspiration for your own home!

See more photos and find more information about the wonderful Whale Song Shack (love their instagram too!). 

 Here are a few other cabins I dream about daily: 


And nearer home, my friends' cabin: 

Have a happy Wednesday! 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Whale Song Shack including photographs by Marnie Hawson and Kate T.

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Oh my, what a wonderful getaway! Thank you for sharing.

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    1. It really is so magical! I'm happy you love the idea of it as much as I do!

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  2. OMG. trapped in Groundhogs day of sameness, over and over. Dying for a change of scenery so armchair travel via internet it is! Thanks for enabling!

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    1. YES!! I feel exactly the same! Happy you enjoyed this armchair travel as much as I did - hopefully we'll be able to visit in person once day!

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  3. Love love love this!!!Tasmania is just awesome...

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    1. I'm dying to visit Tasmania! It's now up there at the TOP off my places to visit!

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  4. I want! Great to have a bit of dreamery but Tassie seems so far away from Melbourne when you are in stage 4 lock down!

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    1. I can imagine. Thinking of you guys in Melbourne :(

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  5. Amazing place, love it❤️

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    1. Happy you love the look of this cabin as much as I do!

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  6. I always love the least affordable/accessible places the most, and this one is no exception.

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  7. Ihm totally in love with this view!
    Claudia

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  8. You should write another book! I have been enjoying the retreat and summer homes you’ve been sharing.

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