Known for its copper mines and smelters, Tasmania’s western coast is a rich area of living history where visitors will find railways, mining and a resilient arts community, all within minutes of comfortable hotels in Queensland. Set amongst towering mountains, Queensland has a rich social and industrial history, reflected in its many heritage sites and unique surrounding landscape. Stroll through the historic city centre to see the 1898 Imperial Hotel and the Eric Thomas Galley Museum that showcases the area’s rich times past.
Many attractions are within an 8 km radius of your Queensland hotels. Take a guided tour of Mt. Lyell Mines, see the Iron Blew, where gold was discovered in 1883, visit the ghost town of Linda or take a trip up to Mt. Jukes Lookout for a panoramic view of the area. Nelson Falls, 23 km to the east, has a walking trail through a gorgeous temperate rainforest that leads to the beautiful destination. Escape to the town of Strahan, 35 minutes southwest of Queenstown, for a quiet afternoon on the harbour. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is popular for canoeing and white water rafting.
Use your exclusive HotelClub member benefits to book great Queensland accommodation to take advantage of attractions such as the West Coast Wilderness Railway. While the train route does not connect you with major areas in Tasmania, you can always arrive by car as the city is accessible 420 km northwest of Hobart. However, most visitors arrive via Queenstown Airport.
Offering cosy accommodation and convenient facilities, the Silver Hills Motel Queenstown is a perfect place for both business and leisure travellers. GeneralDuring leisure, you can explore the... More
Tasmanian Road Trip
Offering comfortable accommodation and convenient facilities, the West Coaster Motel Queenstown is an ideal place for you to stay in Queenstown. GeneralThe guests can organise their business... More
West Coaster Queenstown
Offering comfortable accommodation, Strahan Village Hotel is an ideal place for those who are planning for an exciting and adventurous vacation. GeneralThe Starhan Village Hotel provides... More
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McIntosh Cottages welcomes travellers with an inviting foreshore-set retreat that blends 19th-century charm with modern comforts in this west Tasmania town. While on a Stahan visit, tourists engage... More
Old and homely, Comfortable and clean
Warmth and hospitality blends with contemporary elegance at Franklin Manor. This hotel is an exquisite retreat in the heart of Tasmania's rugged Wild West. General Franklin Manor has the perfect... More
Strahan get away
Experience the comfortable accommodation blended with a warm hospitality and unsurpassed service at the Sharonlee Strahan Villas. GeneralYou can indulge yourselves in playing board games or coddle... More
The Driftwood Strahan Villas welcomes you with a warm heart to enjoy it's exceptional facilities from first class surroundings to world-class hospitality that makes your stay truly a unique one. ... More
Marsden Court Strahan in Tasmania is set on landscaped gardens, in a quiet location close to shops and restaurants. Some of the area attractions that are within walking distance from Marsden Court... More