Doo Town

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  • Doo Town

    Just past Eaglehawk Neck, in the Tasman National Park is the holiday village of Doo Town.

    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.

    The funny shack-naming tradition provides a good laugh and plenty of photo opportunities.

    The homes have all been named in the ‘Doo’ theme: Gunadoo, Doodle Doo, Love Me Doo, Doo Us, Doo Me, Doo Nix, Wee Doo, Xanadu, Rum Doo and the house which reputedly started it all, Doo Little – a suitable name for a holiday home.


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