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West Coast Visitor Centre
The Esplanade, Strahan, Tasmania
T. 1800 352 200
Int. +613 6472 6800
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Queenstown Motor Lodge
Experience Tasmania's traditional West Coast hospitality at the Queenstown Motor lodge – a...
Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park
Spacious camping grounds with a range of accommodation options avaialble to suit your budget.
The Railway Hotel
The Railway Hotel provides family and backpacker style accommodation at Queenstown.
A comfortable cottage kept cosy in winter and cool in summer.
West Coaster Motel
West Coaster Motel has a friendly atmosphere with affordable rates.
Silver Hills Motel & Restaurant
Silver Hills is located on the main road into Queenstown, affording a peaceful and private motel...
Mt Lyell Anchorage
Luxurious comfort and style with a homely feel.
Penghana Bed & Breakfast
Stately guest accommodation in a National Trust Mansion overlooking Queenstown.
Built-in 1901 the Empire dates back to the wealth of the mining era at the turn of the 20th Century.
Comfort Inn Gold Rush
Cosy, spacious rooms with Queen sized beds as standard in a Quiet location. FREE WiFi.
Mountain View Motel
Budget-style accommodation offering spacious motel units (35 ensuite rooms) and backpacker...
Exclusive guided interpretive tours of World Heritage listed wilderness, working Hydropower...
West Coast Wilderness Railway - Queenstown
Step back in history and climb aboard a majestic steam train at Queenstown Station.
King River Rafting
Discover pristine wilderness on our one-day rafting experiences from Queenstown, with four...
A fast food outlet offering early morning services with all day breaky and great Goroka bean...
A contemporary cafe located at the Queenstown Station, home of the West Coast Wilderness Railway.
Built at a cost of over 5000 pounds by the Paragon Picture Co Pty Ltd as a "talkie theatre".
Queenstown Recreation Ground
In Queenstown, our footy players play on a gravel oval, not grass. It’s not for the faint of heart.
Eric Thomas Galley Museum
Housed in the 1897 Imperial Hotel offering a unique collection telling stories of survival,...
Franklin River Nature Trail
Perhaps the best-known river within the World Heritage area, this walk through cool temperate...
Mt Jukes Drive/Lookout
One of the most stunning views in the state is from Mt Jukes overlooking Lake Burbury with a...
Spion Kop Lookout
Enjoy fantastic views of Queenstown after a steep, short walk - with mining heritage exhibits...
Iron Blow Lookout
The Iron Blow is the site of the earliest major mining venture at Mount Lyell, back in 1883.
Donaghys Hill Lookout
Enjoy wilderness views of mountain tops and the Franklin River after this short walk.
Lake Burbury is a popular fishing lake on the edge of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness Area.
Break up the long drive and stretch your legs - you won't be disappointed.
Take a short walk on the edge of a mountain to discover a seasonal 50 metre waterfall at the...
Kelly Basin Walk
Walk with history down the route of the former railway line to Kelly Basin, where remains of...
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