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About Us.

Compass Hut was co-founded by sisters, Kylie and Tamika Bell in early-2019 on the corner of the family's organic farm on Tasmania’s North West Coast. Initially the accommodation concept became the opportunity for Kylie, who had recently graduated from her Bachelor of Architecture, to explore sustainable and micro-built solutions through the new concept of tiny-houses-on-wheels (following the launch of their sister company. Compass Hut became a new and exciting agritourism arm of the family's organic farm, established in 2001, after the sisters parents moved to Tasmania from South Australia; having fell in love with the agricultural landscape and climate of the Forth region.  

Since 2019, the sister's passions have widened as the accommodation grew, which now encompasses the exploration of concepts around hybrid/off-grid power, self-sufficiency, low carbon footprint and agritourism.

Today, Compass Hut is run by a small family team, with Kylie as the main host who divides her time between the accommodation, developing the gardens and the experience. In her spare time, Outside of her passions for the above, Kylie explores her second love of hiking and travel. At any opportunity, Kylie can be found exploring the landscape of Tasmania and beyond, taking visitors through a visual journey of her adventures through the medium of photography.

During their stay, guests can view artwork by Tamika (Bell Studio), incorporated into the tiny house’s accommodation experience, who spends her spare time as an emerging artist, exploring portraiture through various mediums. 

Compass Hut is a 100% off-grid, boutique, family-operated Tiny House accommodation business located in North West Coast region of Tasmania.

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