Stunning, scenic Strahan invites you to explore the past and present, with tours of its majestic harbor and Gordon River by boat or plane. Immerse yourself in the history of mining towns in the region.
Strahan is best experienced from its magnificent harbor. Take a cruise to the point where the harbor meets the sea, up the picturesque Gordon River and stopping off at Sarah Island
A rich mining history has left a visible legacy on the majestic rugged hills that surround the character-filled town of Queenstown.
Explore grand buildings of Victorian days that are being restored to the way they were when Zeehan was a major mining town for gold, silver, lead, and tin
Tullah sits beneath the 712 metre Mt Farrell, next to the beautiful Lake Rosebery. Until the 1960s, the only mechanised access to Tullah was by a two-feet gauge Tullah Tramway.
Rosebery’s mines have been the most productive of any on the West Coast since they began over a hundred years ago.