caravan parks tasmania - west coaSt tasmania

The West Coast of Tasmania features world famous wilderness rich in convict heritage, stunning national parks and historic mining towns. The West Coast of Tasmania is gateway to Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area, with rugged mountains, ancient rain forests and heath making Tasmania's west one of Australia's last true wilderness frontiers. And despite the remoteness of the region, it's easy and safe to visit and travellers can still enjoy the best of Tasmania's quality accommodation and fine dining. The largest coastal town on the West COast of Tasmania is Strahan, which is situated on Macquarie Harbour and close to Sarah Island, which was one of the harshest penal colony settlements in Australia. Inland you will find Queenstown and the smaller towns of Zeehan, Tullah and Rosebery; all are rich in mining history and are all within a short distance of spectacular lakes, rivers, rainforests, giant sand dunes and historic sites.

  • Strahan Tourist Park
  • Accommodation options include standard and economy cabins, powered sites for caravans and private camp sites.

  • Strahan Holiday Park
  • The Strahan Holiday Park is set on 4 acres of towering gum and native bushland in the centre of the tourism town of Strahan on the West Coast of Tasmania, and is conveniently located a short walk to West Strahan Beach.

  • Strahan Backpackers
  • Strahan Backpackers offers backpacker accommodation on Tasmania’s west coast. Strahan is 4.5 hours west of Hobart - 300 kilometres - and 290 ks south west of Launceston

  • Queenstown Cabin Tourist Park
  • The Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park offers caravan, cabin and camping accommodation on the west Coast of Tasmania at Queenstown; Queenstown 256 kilometres west of Hobart or a 4-hour drive

  • Caravan Park Zeehan
  • The Zeehan Caravan Park provides comfortable accommodation at Zeehan, on Tasmania's West Coast; relax in a quiet bush setting of the Zeehan Caravan park situated alongside a creek and in a valley surrounded by rugged hills.

  • Rosebery Cabin Park
  • The Rosebery Cabin and Tourist Park is located on the picturesque West Coast of Tasmania close to spectacular mountains, rainforest, waterfalls and so much of natures beauty.

  • Waratah Campground
  • The Waratah Camping Ground provides excellent caravan and campsite facilities at Waratah on Tasmania's west coast.

    Visitors to the West COast of Tasmania can experience world heritage wilderness by driving for around 60 km along the Lyell Highway between Derwent Bridge and Lake Burbury. Bordering the highway are a series of beautiful short walks through rainforest with views into the rugged mountain ranges of Tasmania's west. Popular options are Donaghy's Lookout, the Franklin River Nature Trail and the Nelson Falls Nature Trail, which are all highly recommended.