Comfort Inn Gold Rush
65 Batchelor Street, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australiahttp://www.goldrushmotorinn.com.au+61(03)64711005Cradle Mt - 1.5 hours drive Burnie - 2 hours drive Strahan - 40 minutes Derwent Bridge - 1.25 hours drive Hobart - 3.5 hours drive
Lyell Highway | Between Queenstown and Derwent Bridge, Queenstown, Tasmania, Australiahttp://www.parks.tas.gov.au/indeX.aspX?base=1568The beautiful Nelson Falls are a must to see. Along the boardwalk to Nelson Falls you will come across interpretation panels highlighting the ancient plants you see along the way, including at least seven species of fern. These interpretation panels will take you on a journey back in time to when Tasmania was a part of the great supercontinent of Gondwana.
The Serine Bird River
A wonderful example of a wilderness river. Most of its banks are inaccessable but where you can get down close to the banks you will experience the forest floor at its greatest.
West Coast Wilderness Railway
Driffield St, Queenstown TAS, Australiahttp://www.wcwr.com.au(03) 6471 0100The ABT Railway route between Queenstown and Strahan has recently been restored to it's former glory. You can travel is absolute comfort through some of the most pristene country in the world. Over steep ravines and across restored bridges the 1 1/2 hour trip will keep you in awe of the beautiful scenery. For your convenience you can order tickets for the West Coast Wilderness Railway at reception.
Queenstown TAS 7467, AustraliaThe wonderful town of Queenstown. Nestled in the valley of the once bald hills of the area with it's period buildings and facinating pubs you can sometimes hear the hussle and bussle of the busy miners of yesteryear. The town just screams out with history. The mining monument near the Apt Railway station is a must to see and read about the bygone eara.
Macquarie Harbour Gordon River Cruise
Macquarie Harbour, Tasmania, AustraliaThe beautiful Macquarie Harbour is the seaward bay for the King River and the Franklin. It's a massive harbour with day and half day tours from Strahan each day that will take you in comfort to the very heart of the water source.
The Queen River
The King River meanders through Queenstown and through the gorges, valleys and mountains on it's way to Macquarie Harbour at Strahan. The ABT Railway follows close by and even traverses the King many times in it's journey to Strahan and back.
Queenstown Heritage Tours
Paragon Theatre, McNamara St, Queenstown TAS, Australiahttp://www.queenstownheritagetours.com0407 049 612Queenstown Heritage Tours is operating interpretive, specialised tours of Queenstown and surrounds. Learn the remarkable local story from Lynch's 1881 Gold discovery which lead to the copper boom that has endured until the present day. See Mining, Steam railways, Waterpower, Special timber milling, pre-historic World Heritage listed forest and more.
Montezuma Falls, Strahan, Australiahttp://www.parks.tas.gov.au/indeX.aspX?base=1374(03) 6471 7176The Montezuma Falls (formerly Osbourne Falls), a horsetail waterfall on a minor tributary to the Pieman River, is located on the West Coast Range of Tasmania, Australia.
Zeehan TAS 7469, AustraliaZeehan is a town on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia 139 kilometres (86 mi) south-west of Burnie. At the 2011 census, Zeehan had a population of 728. It is part of the Municipality of West Coast. The town was named after the nearby Mount Zeehan which had been named by George Bass and Matthew Flinders after Abel Tasman's Fluyt Zeehaen.
Lake Burbury, Tasmania, AustraliaLake Burbury is a man-made lake created by the Crotty Dam made by Hydro Tasmania inundating the upper King River valley that lies east of the West Coast Range. Its waters feed the John Butters Hydroelectric Power Station.