Tarraleah is a highland village with an industrial past that's been transformed into a unique resort on the edge of Tasmania's beautiful wilderness. Once home to workers on one of Australia's first hydro-electric schemes, Tarraleah has been restored as an idyllic village with original cottages that were hand-built in the 1930s. Each of these homes is now holiday accommodation with 21st century comforts. The Lodge is the jewel in Tarraleah's crown, lovingly restored to the Art Deco grandeur of its early days and now a small luxury hotel showcasing beautiful Tasmanian art and craft, with an amazing selection of wines and whiskeys. The village also has a friendly pub and cafe and offers a range of spa treatments for a truly relaxing break.