What’s To See

Tours & Activities in Strahan

Strahan, Tasmania is a picturesque, Tasmanian waterfront village located on the Macquarie Harbour, on Tasmania’s West Coast.  It is the gateway to a spectacular World Heritage wilderness nature as well as abundant historical features from our pioneering days.

Macquarie Harbour is one of Australia’s great harbours with more than 110 square miles, approx. 6 times larger than Sydney Harbour.  This natural, protected waterway is fed by the mighty Gordon River and opens to the wild southern ocean through the narrow and turbulent Hells Gates

World Heritage Cruises

World Heritage Cruises offer you maximum comfort while you enjoy the unique insights into the Gordon River and Macquarie Harbour’s thriving salmon farms and the Sarah Island penal settlement.

West Coast Wilderness Railway

West Coast Wilderness Railway forms a gateway for visitors to explore Tasmania’s unique rail heritage, discovering the inspiring story of the pioneers who built the original railway more than 100 years ago.

The Ship That Never Was

The Ship That Never Was is a live, professional theatre production, based on a real event in 1848. The play tells the dramatic and hilarious true story of the Great Escape from Sarah Island.

Hogarth Falls

Hogarth Falls is a pleasant little waterfall nestled in People’s Park, in Strahan. The easy and mostly, flat, rainforest walk is very popular and there are interpretive signs to keep you occupied.

West Coast Yacht Charters

West Coast Yacht Charters offers a variety of cruises - weather and number dependant. Lunchtime cruises, day cruises and overnight cruises take you into the World Heritage Area.

Strahan ATV Adventures

Strahan ATV Adventures – Located just 15 minutes from Strahan, experience the beauty of the Henty Dunes, on a day or sunset tour. Helmut and goggles are provided.

The West Coast Area

Just an hour from Strahan, at Rosebery, is the spectacular falls.  At 104 metres  it is one of Tasmania’s highest waterfalls, and just as amazing is the 3 hour easy return walk through rainforest to get there.  There is a viewing platform at the base of the falls and a swing bridge spanning the gorge, which links this track with 4 WD access to Melba Flats

Nelson Falls is located on the Lyell Highway, 23 kms from Queenstown. The 20 minute walk to the falls takes you through cool temperate rainforest

In the Main Street of Zeehan, just 30 minute drive from Strahan. Includes a world class crystal and mineral collection.