The West Coast Visitor Information and Booking Centre is located in the picturesque township of Strahan on Tasmania’s wild West Coast.
From Strahan, you can cruise the majestic Gordon River, kayak or walk to Hogarth Falls. In the evening view live theatre, “The Ship That Never Was”, the story of Sarah Island. Enjoy a train journey on Tasmania’s West Coast Wilderness Railway.
Queenstown is renowned for its mining landscape. Take an underground or surface tour of a working mine. Tour Lake Margaret, visit the Galley Museum, the Historic Gravel Football Oval and Spion Kopf Lookout.
Zeehan’s mining history can be viewed at the West Coast Heritage Museum. Take a tour of the Gaiety Theatre or walk through the Spray Tunnel, four kilometres from town.
Rosebery is home to Tasmania’s highest waterfall, Montezuma Falls. Take a tour to the ancient Huon Pine at Mt Read.
Tullah is situated beneath Mt Farrell and surrounded by Lake Rosebery. Close by are the Murchison and Mackintosh Dams.
The West Coast of Tasmania has something to offer everyone. Call in and see the friendly staff for all your West Coast and state-wide travel information and bookings.
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