The West Coast can take as little or as much effort as you like
By any measure Queenstown is one of the wonders of the world. A historic mining town that lies in a valley between Mount Lyell and Mount Owen, featuring a distinct cratered ‘moonscape’.
Australia’s steepest golf course. The southern hemisphere’s highest tree-covered mountain.
Rosebery is a case-study in West Coast extremities.
The iconic port on the banks of Macquarie Harbour, nestled between the Southern Ocean and Gateway to Tasmania’s World Heritage area.
On the shores of the stunning Lake Rosebery, Tullah seems peaceful – but it’s the perfect access point for wild West Coast wilderness.
Once Tasmania’s third-largest town (and called “the Silver City”), this previously bustling town is now better known for its heritage charm.
People think they know Tasmania, but they don't know us
People of the West
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