Our History
Through
An Exclusive Art

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In the heart of Tasmania, 

the small town of Geeveston wears its history proudly. 

Marked by William Geeves’ early struggle

to settle the dense bushland, 

this humble settlement’s growth is etched 

in the timber mills’ sawdust 

and the spark of the first electrical current. 

 

The permanence of the past is on display at Cambridge House,

 a tribute to its industrious roots

and its evolution into a community hub. 

Birthed amidst struggle,

nurtured by apple and timber industries, 

and revitalized through television tourism, 

Geeveston remains resilient.

 

Today, 

Cambridge House, built by John Geeves in 1868,

 still stands as a testament to Geeveston’s past, 

present and future.

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THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION IN OUR HOUSE :

We warmly invite you to join Thanavi Chotpradit, exhibition researcher, Janat Thiengsurin, exhibition designer, and Yodchat Bupasiri, artist, as they weave together the pieces of history belonging to the Geeves Family, Cambridge House, Geeveston and Tasmania through an exclusive art collection brimming with life and stories, eagerly awaiting your contributions.

Dolls, miniature books, sun prints, paintings, and other small artefacts embrace narratives of both real and imagined people and places. 

This exhibition extends beyond being a mere collection of images and objects; it is filled with thought-provoking questions about the past and present, inspiring everyone to discover answers in their own distinctive way.

OUR RESIDENT ARTIST :

Yodchat Bupasiri

Yodchat Bupasiri, also known as Yodchattinyline is an artist and writer from Thailand.  

She graduated from Silpakorn University, where she studied Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts.

Bupasiri’s art and writing gracefully balances humour and profound depth. She gathers fragments and knits them together using a variety of materials and stories, giving rise to beautiful narratives. Her work possesses a childlike sensibility, yet it also harbours a maturity that enables viewer to empathize with the hardships humans inflict upon one another.

www.yodchattinyline.com

WILL YOUR JOURNEY BEGIN HERE ?

SPECIAL THANKS :

Thanavi Chotpradit
An Exhibition Researcher

Thanavi Chotpradit is a lecturer in modern and contemporary Thai art history at the Department of Art History, Faculty of Archaeology, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, and member of editorial collective of Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia. She completed her PhD in art history from Birkbeck, University of London.

Janat Thiengsurin
An Exhibition Designer

Janat Thiengsurin is currently a lecturer and researcher in exhibition and experience design at faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University. A bachelor degree in Creative Arts from Chulalongkorn University, second bachelor degree in interior design from Bangkok University, and MSc in International Management and Design Innovation which is a co-hosted programme between University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art. Doctor of Fine Art. He completed his DFA from Chulalongkorn University.

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Our History
Through
An Exclusive Art

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In the heart of Tasmania, 

the small town of Geeveston wears its history proudly. 

Marked by William Geeves’ early struggle

to settle the dense bushland, 

this humble settlement’s growth is etched 

in the timber mills’ sawdust 

and the spark of the first electrical current. 

 

The permanence of the past is on display at Cambridge House,

 a tribute to its industrious roots

and its evolution into a community hub. 

Birthed amidst struggle,

nurtured by apple and timber industries, 

and revitalized through television tourism, 

Geeveston remains resilient.

 

Today, 

Cambridge House, built by John Geeves in 1868,

 still stands as a testament to Geeveston’s past, 

present and future.

Scroll

THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION IN OUR HOUSE :

We warmly invite you to join Thanavi Chotpradit, exhibition researcher, Janat Thiengsurin, exhibition designer, and Yodchat Bupasiri, artist, as they weave together the pieces of history belonging to the Geeves Family, Cambridge House, Geeveston and Tasmania through an exclusive art collection brimming with life and stories, eagerly awaiting your contributions.

Dolls, miniature books, sun prints, paintings, and other small artefacts embrace narratives of both real and imagined people and places. 

This exhibition extends beyond being a mere collection of images and objects; it is filled with thought-provoking questions about the past and present, inspiring everyone to discover answers in their own distinctive way.

OUR RESIDENT ARTIST :

Yodchat Bupasiri

Yodchat Bupasiri, also known as Yodchattinyline is an artist and writer from Thailand.  

She graduated from Silpakorn University, where she studied Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts.

Bupasiri's art and writing gracefully balances humour and profound depth. She gathers fragments and knits them together using a variety of materials and stories, giving rise to beautiful narratives. Her work possesses a childlike sensibility, yet it also harbours a maturity that enables viewer to empathize with the hardships humans inflict upon one another.

www.yodchattinyline.com

WILL YOUR JOURNEY BEGIN HERE ?

SPECIAL THANKS :

Thanavi Chotpradit
An Exhibition Researcher

Thanavi Chotpradit is a lecturer in modern and contemporary Thai art history at the Department of Art History, Faculty of Archaeology, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, and member of editorial collective of Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia. She completed her PhD in art history from Birkbeck, University of London.

Janat Thiengsurin
An Exhibition Designer

Janat Thiengsurin is currently a lecturer and researcher in exhibition and experience design at faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University. A bachelor degree in Creative Arts from Chulalongkorn University, second bachelor degree in interior design from Bangkok University, and MSc in International Management and Design Innovation which is a co-hosted programme between University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art. Doctor of Fine Art. He completed his DFA from Chulalongkorn University.

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DINING AVAILABILITY :
We are pleased to accept reservations, which are necessary and must be made at least 5 days in advance. Dining reservations are limited to a maximum of ten diners per group. Please note, we are unable to accommodate infants and children under twelve years of age.

MENU PRICING :

  • SHIOmakase Seasonal Menu: $472 per person (March-November).
  • SHIOmakase Festive Menu: $524 per person (December-February).
  • Beverage Pairing: $147 per person.
  • Prices are subject to change without notice.

DINING RESERVATION POLICY :

  • Payment of the full menu price is required in advance for dining reservations. Cancellations or date changes require 7 days’ notice for a full refund (less a $25 admin fee). Cancellations made with less than 7 days’ notice will receive a 50% refund.
  • Please note that all dietary requirements must be communicated in advance and cannot be met without prior arrangement.
  • Reservations are not available for children under twelve years of age, including infants.

Changes to existing reservations are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed.

DINING REGULATIONS :
The “SHIOmakase” dining experience typically lasts 3 to 4 hours. We kindly request that guests arrive on time for their reservation.

ACCOMMODATION RESERVATION POLICY :
A 50% deposit is required for guest room accommodation reservations. For cancellations or date changes, a 7 days’ notice is required for a full refund (less a $25 admin fee). No refund will be issued for cancellations made with less than 7 days’ notice. Children, including infants, are not permitted in guest rooms.

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS :
Please notify us of any allergies or dietary restrictions no less than seven days before arrival. Note that our menu is primarily seafood-based and we regret that we cannot accommodate the following dietary restrictions: FODMAPcar, halal, paleo, keto, and carnitarian.

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CAMBRIDGE HOUSE BREAKFAST & BED
2 School Rd., Geeveston Tas 7116, Australia
Tel. +61(0)4-4751-4452
E-Mail. [email protected]

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