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Truly unique, Strahan is a prime touring destination for wild and rugged Tasmanian holidays. Nestled on the banks of Macquarie Harbour, surrounded by majestic mountains… Read More
Truly unique, Strahan is a prime touring destination for wild and rugged Tasmanian holidays. Nestled on the banks of Macquarie Harbour, surrounded by majestic mountains on one side and the mighty Gordon River on the other, you will find yourself spoilt for choice of things to do in Strahan.
Strahan Village is an ideal base for exploring Tasmania’s stunning wilderness on your holidays. You might mistake this enchanting village for a picture postcard hidden away on Tasmania’s west coast, but Strahan is first and foremost a working fishing port and you will see the locals emptying their nets as you explore the waterfront.
Fancy a cruise to Bonnet Island to see the Little Penguins? Or perhaps you’d like to go platypus spotting on an easy stroll to the delightful Hogarth Falls? Being surrounded by World Heritage wilderness means there is no shortage of things to do: take a ride on the scenic West Coast Wilderness Railway, journey into the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park with Gordon River Cruises, watch Australia’s longest running theatre show ‘The Ship That Never Was’, or go sand-duning on Henty dunes.
What kind of adventure awaits you?