After five years of re-development, Triabunna Barracks will be officially opened as luxury visitor accommodation on Friday 12 November at 10am.
Vacant for over 50 years, these Tasmanian Heritage listed Barracks and Stables were once on the brink of collapse. Now, after five years of redevelopment, the sandstone and timber buildings have been totally transformed with luxury, sustainability and re-use at the forefront. Each large suite features its own kitchenette, luxury bathrooms, quality fittings and cosy heated floors all finished with remarkable attention to detail.
The opening presents perfect timing for the influx of visitors as Tasmania opens up after COVID-19.
A unique redevelopment joining two existing two story warehouse buildings through a modern glass filled atrium and staircase. The original timber beams and stonework are on display in the two large upstairs bedroom suites. Downstairs a luxury accessibility suite is available for guests of all abilities and the original old stables houses the Dining room with cosy sitting area and fireplace.
Energy efficiency was a consideration from the very start of the project. All rooms are super-efficient, with double glazing, heat recovery ventilation and High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtering for allergy relief. A 12kw solar array powers the property and the Electric Vehicle charger.
Tasmania’s East Coast has a bounty of produce and the generous home-made breakfasts at Triabunna Barracks showcase the area’s best food, with Gluten Free and Vegan options available.
Located around 60 minutes’ drive from Hobart Airport, Triabunna Barracks is perfectly located to be a launching pad to all that is fantastic about Tasmania’s beautiful East Coast.