Rosebery’s mines have been the most productive of any on the West Coast since they began over a hundred years ago.
Rosebery is a zinc and gold mining town in Tasmania’s west that’s situated in a beautiful natural setting.
Nestled deep within a secret valley, Rosebery is dominated by mining and surrounded by a striking landscape of dense forest and the volcanic mountains of the West Coast Range.
It’s a town of contrasts, famous for its beautiful natural setting and harsh mining history – the scenic loop above the town provides spectacular views.
Rosebery is also close to Montezuma Falls – one of Tasmania’s tallest waterfalls. The waterfall can be reached on an interesting walk along an old mining tram line or by four-wheel-drive.
More walks can be had on Mount Read with excellent views of Rosebery and its beautiful surroundings.
Rosebery is a 90-min drive (125 km) south of Burnie.
Backpacker, hotel and motel, pub, self-contained cabins and cottages. Advance bookings are strongly recommended all year. If you have not pre-booked accommodation and plan to stay overnight in between December and April you are advised to ring in advance and secure accommodation prior to driving to Zeehan, Rosebery or Tullah.
Treasure Island Caravan Park. On site facilities available and fees payable. Hurst Street, Zeehan.
Morrisby Street, Rosebery.
Mulcahy Street, Zeehan.
Online Access Centre, Morrisby Street, Rosebery. Tel: (03) 6473 1426.
Online Access Centre, Farrell Street, Tullah. Tel: (03) 6473 4264.
Zeehan, Rosebery & Tullah
ANZ Bank and ATM, 112 Main Street, Zeehan.
Commonwealth Bank Agency, Australia Post, Main Street, Zeehan.
Commonwealth Bank Agency, Australia Post, Agnes Street, Rosebery.
ANZ Bank and ATM, 22 Agnes Street, Rosebery.
Commonwealth Bank Agency, Australia Post, Farrell Street, Tullah.
The Rosebery Cabin and Tourist Park is set in a picturesque valley on the banks of the Stitt River. The park provides visitors to the West Coast Wilderness with six cabins containing ensuites, some up to six berths, cooking facilities, linen provided for double beds, and three standard cabins with cooking facilities (linen hire...
The Rosebery Festival is the West Coast’s most vibrant festival which is celebrated over four days. An art exhibition is opened on the first day and on the second day there a number of live concerts at the Toorak Football Club rooms. Expect to enjoy a mixture of great performances including rock, blues and acoustic....
Rosebery Golf Course is a scenic, nine-hole golf course in far west Tasmania. It is located just outside Rosebery, a small mining town surrounded by mountains and rainforest. Rosebery is 90 minutes south west of Burnie (125 kilometres), and 45 minutes north of Queenstown (60 kilometres). Rosebery Golf Course is set among natural...
The Top Pub offers hotel accommodation in the mining town of Rosebery on Tasmania’s west coast. The Top Pub has ensuite rooms and standard rooms with shared bathroom facilities. It has a public bar, gaming lounge and keno, dining room/restaurant, function room, bottle shop, and guest lounge. Rosebery has beautiful...
Montezuma Falls, near Rosebery on Tasmania’s west coast, is Tasmania’s highest waterfall. The track to the falls begins at Williamsford, two kilometres south of Rosebery. This easy, three-hour return walk along a level track takes you to the base of the 104 metre falls through pleasant park-like rainforest of...