Strahan Village is situated in the West Coast harbour-side town of Strahan and offers a variety of accommodation types.
Accommodation options include individual cottages, terraces, rooms and suites on the top of the hill, with magnificent views over Macquarie Harbour. Strahan has a variety of restaurants and bistros, from the elegant View 42 Degrees Restaurant and Bar to bistro-style dining at Hamers Hotel or the Fish Cafe on the wharf.
The West Coast Wilderness Railway, one of the world's best railway journeys, runs through spectacular rainforest gorges between Strahan and Queenstown, following the track of Tasmania's railway and mining pioneers.
Lady Jane Franklin II , the purpose-built vessel of Gordon River Cruises, crosses Macquarie Harbour to Hell's Gates then enters the Gordon River, with their perfect reflections of riverside rainforest.
Offering a rare opportunity to go ashore on a remote island at the mouth of Macquarie Harbour, the Bonnet Island Experience is home to a thriving colony of little penguins and short-tailed shearwaters. Enjoy gourmet local Tasmanian specialties; observe seabirds at dusk in their native habitat; hear tales of the historic light house and its keeper. This is one of Tasmania's best small-group experiences.