Join us in Strahan to explore the wilderness of Tasmania’s rugged and beautiful west coast. Offering a charming range of accommodation options in the heart of Strahan, as well as multiple dining options, Strahan Village is perfectly located for your west coast getaway.
With rooms ranging from 3−4.5 star, Strahan Village provides a selection of welcoming Strahan accommodation exuding the charm of yesteryear matched with contemporary conveniences and services.
After a day spent exploring, Strahan Village will welcome you back with warm service and inviting accommodation. Soak up the views from your well-appointed terrace, waterfront cottage or hillside motel room. Indulge in a fragrant soak in your private spa. Refresh yourself with a tasting tour of Tasmania’s fine food and wine at View 42° Restaurant & Bar, or swap stories with the locals by the log fire at Hamer’s Hotel.
Start your day with Strahan Village’s full buffet breakfast, and for dinner enjoy sweeping views of the harbour with our superb buffet dining at View 42° Restaurant & Bar; or treat yourself to a delicious pub meal and friendly service at Hamer’s Hotel.
Tasmania’s pristine environment brings you succulent seafood straight from the surrounding clean waters as well as luscious regional produce straight from the ground. Taste Macquarie Harbour ocean trout, King Island triple cream brie, leatherwood honey and locally-prepared relishes, mustards, fruit vinegars and jams directly from the garden gate of Tasmania’s award winning food producers.
What To Expect
Truly unique, Strahan is a prime touring destination for wild and rugged Tasmanian holidays. Nestled on the banks of Macquarie Harbour, surrounded by majestic mountains on one side and the mighty Gordon River on the other, you will find yourself spoilt for choice of things to do in Strahan.
Strahan Village is an ideal base for exploring Tasmania’s stunning wilderness on your holidays. You might mistake this enchanting village for a picture postcard hidden away on Tasmania’s west coast, but Strahan is first and foremost a working fishing port and you will see the locals emptying their nets as you explore the waterfront.
Being surrounded by World Heritage wilderness means there is no shortage of things to do: take a ride on the scenic West Coast Wilderness Railway, journey into the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park with Gordon River Cruises, watch Australia’s longest running theatre show ‘The Ship That Never Was’, spot platypus on an easy stroll to the delightful Hogarth Falls, or go sand-duning on Henty dunes.
From $149 per room, per night
Located on the hilltop at Strahan, these well appointed, motel style rooms offer cosy, affordable accommodation in Strahan. Hilltop Standard Rooms are a short walk to the View 42° Restaurant and Bar and a five minute stroll to the town centre. These rooms are great for couples or small families having a room configuration consisting of a queen bed with some rooms offering a single bed in addition.
Strahan Village’s first-floor Village Garden Terrace rooms provide comfortable, affordable accommodation, perfect for a couple. Located on the Esplanade, Village Garden Terrace rooms are an easy walk to Strahan’s shops, galleries and attractions.
The Village Waterfront Cottages have been tastefully decorated to reflect the heritage of Strahan and the West Coast and are located within a short stroll of all of Strahan's main attractions. These beautifully renovated cottages are set behind white picket fences on the Esplanade and offer stunning views of the harbour and fishing boats.
Watch birds swirling above the waters of Macquarie Harbour, diving in and out between fishing and tourist vessels. Sip Tasmania’s finest wines while you watch the sun set from your private deck, then sample some of the area’s finest cuisine at the View 42° Restaurant and Bar on-site. Our Hilltop Executive Harbour View rooms have sweeping views of Macquarie Harbour. These rooms are well appointed with a king bed or two single beds. Some rooms have split accommodation/lounge areas.
Corinna is an historic mining town, set in pristine rainforest on the banks of the majestic Pieman River in western Tasmania. Corinna is 60km north of Strahan, 70km west of Cradle Mountain and 18km from the Southern Ocean. It sits at the southern end of the Tarkine, the largest temperate rainforest in Australia - and is the northen most point where the famous Huon pine grows.