Tasmania's wild west coast
Explore the rugged western wilderness from your base in the heart of Strahan. Set on the shores of the historic Macquarie Harbour, Strahan Village offers charming accommodation and delicious local dining.
Our beautifully appointed individual cottages and terraces take you back to a time when Strahan was inhabited by miners, piners, fishermen and their families. Above the harbour, take in sweeping views of Macquarie Harbour from our hilltop rooms. You'll feel truly immersed in the history of the wild west coast.
Experience the western wilds
Strahan is a prime touring destination for a Tasmanian wilderness holiday. Set on the banks of Macquarie Harbour, with Ocean Beach and the mighty Southern Ocean on one side and the UNESCO Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area on the other, you'll find yourself spoilt for choice with things to do in Strahan.
Cruise & Stay 2
NRMA and RACT members save 35% on accommodation at Strahan Village when booking a Gordon River Cruise.
Wine & Dine Package
Enjoy one night's accommodation and $100 food and beverage voucher to use during your stay at Strahan Village
Stay 2 & Save Up To 30%
Stay two nights or more in a Hilltop Executive Harbour View Room and save up to 30% on your accommodation.
After a day spent exploring or relaxing, treat yourself to memorable dining at Strahan Village. Indulge in some of the finest seafood in Tasmania at View 42° Restaurant, enjoy a hearty pub meal at Hamer's Bar & Bistro or grab a quick bite at The Kitchen.
Meetings & events
Whether you're looking for a conference site, a quiet place for a meeting or a memorable wedding venue, we offer exceptional facilities and impeccable service in a stunning location on the edge of the Tasmanian wilderness.
What a treasure
Long picturesque drive through the mountains to get there, but worth every minute of the drive. Strahan Village is set on a beautiful blue harbour, surrounded by mountains. So much to see and everything is picture postcard.
Clean, comfortable and with a spa bath
We dropped into town at 8pm on a Thursday night, staff put the effort in to find just the right room we were asking for (spa bath, tea/coffee and toast facilities). Nice and quiet and next to the water and plenty of places to eat within walking distance.
Perfect entry to the heritage area
Great access to the wilderness area via the train and Gordon River. When we were there it was just prior to the "rush" period so it was fantastic. So quiet and relaxed. The accommodation was average but clean and acceptable. The restaurant is excellent with a very good buffet that has an excellent range of food. The restaurant seemed under staffed however the service was not affected and the girls were very professional and provided friendly efficient service.