Travel guide for Strahan including Queenstown Tasmania
The town of Strahan Tasmania is found on Tasmania's wild and rugged west coast. Strahan is surrounded by some of Tasmania's most beautiful wilderness, but is also near Queenstown Tasmania where the landscape has been eerily changed thanks to the negative effects mining.
Strahan is a coastal town exposed to the wild weather of the Indian Ocean and surrounded by the stunning Tasmanian Wilderness. It is a true wilderness retreat offering unique ways to explore it's landscape including the Gordon River Cruise and the West Coast Wilderness Railway.
There are a number of accommodation options in Strahan and Queenstown Tasmania. Both towns offer good services to use as a base to explore the surrounding wilderness.
Strahan and Queenstown have a number of different accommodation alternatives. One of the best budget accommodation choices is Strahan Village offering amazing views and close to the amenities of the town. For a more luxurious stay visit Aldermere Estate Apartments for luxurious self-catering apartments offering spa suites! For accommodation in Queenstown the Penghana Bed and Breakfast is a nice stay in an old National Trust Manor. Click here for more accommodation options in Strahan Tasmania.
Strahan has some spectacular tours to offer including the Gordon River Cruise and the West Coast Wilderness Railway. The Gordon River Cruise is a 5 and a half trip along the Gordon River on a luxury catamaran with local wine and cheese tasting giving you the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy the Tasmanian Wilderness. The West Coast Wilderness Railway is a restored steam-engine that travels between Strahan and Queenstown allowing you to relive Tasmania's colonial history and also take in the amazing scenery on the way. Please click below to find out more about the tours in Strahan.
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