Harbour View Dining in Strahan
Enjoy premium dining on the West Coast of Tasmania, overlooking the beautiful Macquarie Harbour in Strahan. Delight in a cocktail or fine Tasmanian wine as you watch the sun go down and share stories of the day's adventures. Our buffet invites you to discover a seafood lover's paradise and showcases the best of local produce.
View 42˚ Restaurant
Highlighting the bounty of our local seafood, our buffet dinner features an array of culinary delights. You can expect whole ocean trout, oysters, smoked salmon, delicious salads, and hearty hot dishes. Afterwards, treat yourself to an exquisite dessert buffet showcasing a variety of tartlets, ice creams, beignets, and a thoughtfully curated selection of Tasmanian cheeses. We invite you to savour the flavours of Tasmania's West Coast, at one of Strahan's best restaurants.
Breakfast buffet 7:00am - 9:00am
Buffet breakfast pricing: Adults $32pp, children $16pp
Dinner buffet 6:00 pm - 8:30pm
Buffet dinner pricing: $75 per person
*Items on our menu may change regularly in order to take advantage of the freshest seasonally available produce.
Reservations are essential. To book, call the restaurant on (03) 6471 4361.
View 42˚ Bar
Relax and savour perfectly curated Tasmanian wines as you admire one of the most breathtaking vistas on the West Coast of Tasmania. Our lounge area with wood fire invites you to unwind and to treat yourself with pre-dinner drinks.
Open daily from 2pm
This summer, View 42˚ is set to offer an upgraded bar experience, allowing you to indulge in a tapas-style menu with contemporary cocktails and a curated assortment of Tasmanian wines.
New bar menu coming for summer 2024.
The story behind View 42˚
The west coast of Tasmania is like no other place in the world; it’s wild, rugged and breathtakingly beautiful. It’s here in Strahan that you’ll breathe some of the freshest air in the world. View 42˚ gets its name from the prevailing westerly winds that circulate in the southern hemisphere; you may have heard of them as the ‘roaring forties’. As these winds travel across the vast Southern Ocean all the way from Argentina, they hit the first landmass at around 42 degrees latitude south before reaching the west coast of Tasmania. Here, the rugged terrain and ancient rainforests influence the airflow to act as a temperature regulator, cooling the air. View 42 degrees represents a place for embracing the wild winds and fresh open air of the West Coast. At the end of your days, we invite you to cosy up by our fireplace on our outdoor deck with a glass of wine in hand and bear witness to the spectacular western sunset Strahan is renowned for.