Noosa Hinterland House
Tinbeerwah (address confirmed when booking secured)
Noosa / Noosa Hinterland
Home to one of Australia’s notable painters, the Noosa Hinterland House contains two interconnected, steel framed volumes for living / sleeping and an artist’s studio / guest pavilion. It is perched high on the site to take in broad views of the Pacific coastline and the bushy hinterland in the foreground.
The elevated main spaces step down with the natural topography. Double height living and northern pool deck spaces lead to a separate ‘silver shed’ originally designed as a dedicated painting studio, high in the trees.
Taking some cues in architectural language from the adjacent Bark Studio, the house expresses a legibility of construction, with simple contemporary spaces contained by a series of steel portal frames and glazing, in contrast with economic modules of fibre cement sheet and hardwood chamferboard cladding.
Noosa Hinterland House embraces its ‘spirit of place’ with elements of lightness and natural breezes, in breathtaking simplicity to enable and enhance a contemporary coastal lifestyle.
Bookings open on Wednesday 9 October at 9am. To secure your booking visit this building page, click on the "BOOK NOW" button and follow the prompts through the Eventbrite website. To ensure a fair allocation there will be a limited ticket allocation per person. Bookings will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Pre-booked tours will book out quickly. There will be no waitlists, so if you miss out, please check back in case others cancel.