Waratah

  • Waratah is a small town on the edge of the Tarkine wilderness and was once home to the richest tin mine in the southern hemisphere. Today, the town's rich mining past has long since ended and the local museum with its collection of artifacts, photos and stories reveals the living conditions of those early pioneers and miners. On the southern side of town is Lake Waratah, a pleasant place for a picnic with BBQs, ducks and the occasional platypus. There are enjoyable bushwalks and a waterfall in the centre of town makes for another good picnic spot, with sweeping views

  • Villas on Que
    Villas on Que

    Villas on Que are two lovely self-contained units in Waratah, on Tasmania's North West Coast.

  • Bischoff Hotel
    Bischoff Hotel

    Bischoff Hotel offers comfortable, friendly and homely country style accommodation in Waratah on Tasmania's West

  • Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground
    Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground

    Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground offers powered and unpowered sites overlooking the stunning trout-filled Waratah

  • Waratah's O'Connor Hall Guest House B&B
    Waratah's O'Connor Hall Guest House B&B

    Historical Waratah''s O''Connor Hall Guest House B&B is located in Waratah on Tasmania’s west coast.

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