A development application has been submitted to the Break O'Day Council for pod accommodation and glamping site on private property at the Chain of Lagoons.
Landowners Lynne Wilton and Paul Bunn already have a house and two buildings on the site - the house is slated to appear on the 100th episode of Grand Designs Australia.
Ms Wilton said the idea to establish glamping accommodation came after COVID-19 caused the cancellation of her and Mr Bunn's wedding.
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"That's when I had the idea of turning this beautiful building into a glamping area," she said.
The term glamping refers to the more glamorous and luxurious approach to camping.
The tents will be nestled between two buildings, one of which will be a communal area with kitchen. The block will also feature four pod accommodation sites.
All buildings, existing and planned, have been designed using rammed earth techniques.
The style involves building something with only raw natural materials, such as wood or lime.
Ms Wilton said this method will mean the accommodation will be built according to the natural surroundings, with little to no changes being made to local flora and fauna.
"We lived here in a caravan for two and a half years while we built the property so we know you can use all these different things to help be low on the grid - that's a big factor for us now," she said.
Designer Gillian van der Schans was behind the existing home and has designed the buildings for the proposed accommodation.
She said sustainable accommodation continues to be growing in popularity for holiday goers.
That's why people are visiting Tasmania: to have that natural experience and green holidayGillian van der Schans
"That's why people are visiting Tasmania: to have that natural experience and green holiday," Ms van der Schans said.
"Also a holiday that emphasises the design experience associated with it."
Ms Wilton said she hoped to be able to have the glamping zone completed and open by November 2020, with the pods to be developed in 2021. The development application is open for public representation until August 7.