The Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park offers caravan, cabin and camping accommodation in Tasmania’s west. Queenstown is a four hour drive west of Hobart (256 kilometres), and forty minutes from Strahan. The Park offers self-contained cabins (two, four and five-berth) powered and unpowered camping sites and grassed tent sites. Guest facilities include an undercover barbecue area, communal amenities block and laundry facilities.
Queenstown is a mining town with a rich history. On the edge of the world heritage area there are many great walks to enjoy. Less than an hours drive from Strahan, Zeehan, Rosebery and Tullah, Queenstown offers a great place to base yourself to explore this fascinating region. Fish for the local brown or rainbow trout on one of our many lakes. Marvel at all Tasmania’s native species of trees like Leatherwood and Huon Pine found growing together at Newell Creek. Walk through the rainforest along the abandoned North Mt Lyell Railway line to the ruins of the township of Pillinger on the shores of Macquarie Harbour.
The Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park is in an ideal location for you to make the most of all the area has to offer.