DOO TOWN

DOO TOWN

Doo Town is a quaint seaside village famous for its quirky house names.Overlooking the southern end of Pirates Bay near the Port Arthur Historic Site on the Tasman Peninsula, Doo Town emerged in the 1930s as a small village of holiday cottages or 'shacks'.In 1935, Hobart architect Eric Round started a tradition when he named his shack 'Doo I'. The idea soon caught on with Doo-Me and Doo-Us and today most of the town's shacks have 'Doo' names.

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