Strahan Backpackers YHA - Tasmania
Our popular A Frame Huts are available year round with a variety of multi bed dormitories, double and family rooms all with linen/towels provided free. Or try a little adventure and camp out in one of our bush tent sites. Great facilities at this park are available for everyone. 2 fully equipped kitchen areas, multiple BBQ's outdoor recreational areas, A great lounge area with pool table and juke box, TV/DVD and internet access. Laundry with washers, dryer and clothes lines. Easy parking for coaches, ample onsite parking. Tassie Link buses stop at our entrance.
Macquarie Harbour and Gordon River
Try your hand at some fishing in Macquarie Harbour, try your hand at cray fishing with one of the local operators and if you are lucky enjoy a great seafood dinner.
Paddle up the Gordon River in a kayak or fly by plane or helicopter and lose yourself in the beautiful scenery.
Try your hand at some deep-sea fishing and cray fishing and if you are lucky enjoy a nice dinner.
Ocean Beach is a short drive from Strahan and is Tasmanias longest beach at 40 kilometres.
Take a stroll or watch the sun set over the ocean – breathtaking!
Sand Boarding at Henty Sand Dunes
Head to the Henty Dunes for a day of fun and thrills for the whole family.
Take some old bodyboards or cardboard boxes and surf your way down the dunes.
The Reflections Exhibition
The Reflections Exhibition adjoins the information centre and is an award-winning display that tells the story of Macquarie Harbour
West Coast Wilderness Railway
The 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 railway more than 100 years ago.
The Ship that Never Was
The Ship That Never Was is a live professional theatre production, performing in Strahan since 1993, written by Richard Davey and produced by The Round Earth Company.
Strahan Seaplane And Helicopters
Depart Strahan village by Seaplane for a scenic flight to the Franklin & Gordon Rivers