Luxury Accommodation - North West - Tasmania
Exceptional art and architectural experience cantilevered over stunning rugged coast. The WINGED HOUSE, Table Cape, north-west Tasmania. Architecture by Richard Goodwin, winner of Helen Lempriere and many other art and architecture awards and 2005 winner of Australia’s Bondi Sculpture by the Sea.
The house has won major awards – Institute of Architects Steel Architecture Award 2009 and the Australian Steel Institute design award 2008 with a highly commended for innovation and creativity.
Easy access to Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness with over one million hectares of the last expanse of temperate rain forest in the world, Cradle Mountain, the Tarkine, Cape Grim, Rocky Cape National Park, Dismal Swamp and the wild west coast, short walks, trout fishing, kayaking, golf, vineyards and wineries.
Ten minutes from Burnie/Wynyard regional airport serviced daily from Melbourne with interstate and international connections. The Winged House now has its own helipad. Table Cape has one of the most equable climates averaging C23 in summer and C13 in winter, similar to Tuscany in Italy, and with about the cleanest air on the planet.
The WINGED HOUSE represents a major contribution to sustainable ecotourism for travellers looking for a unique Tasmanian experience within easy reach of gondwanan old growth forests.