Queenstown Cottages offers two-bedroom self catering residences, located opposite the caravan park in Queenstown.
‘Darwin’ is an early 1900’s federation style classical home that offers something special for a romantic weekend. It is also ideal for two couples travelling together. Step back in time to enjoy what ‘Darwin’ has to offer with many of its original features retained. High pressed tin ceilings, arch way in the hall. The cottage also offers two queen size beds in separate rooms.
This home has been named after Charles Darwin and is also the name given to a mountain peak in the area.
Take a drive to the southern end of Lake Burbury on your way to walk the Bird River track to Pillinger on the shores of Macquarie Harbour along what once was the North Mt Lyell railway line. Try your luck catching a feed of local trout. Marvel at the beauty of the Leatherwood, Huon Pine, Blackwood, Sassafras and Myrtle species of Tasmanian native timbers growing together at a landing on Newell Creek.
‘Darwin’ is a great place to call home away from home.
Please check in at the Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park at 17 Grafton Street.