The Queenstown Railway Hotel provides family and backpacker style accommodation at Queenstown, on Tasmania’s west coast.
At the Queenstown Railway Hotel you’ll enjoy all the modern facilities and convenience you need.
There are six ensuite rooms accommodating 15 guests and 10 standard rooms with shared bathroom facilities accommodating 20 guests. There are laundry facilities which includes a washing machine and a clothes dryer.
The hotel has a public bar, a café, dining room, Sky TV, gambling facilities and there is car parking available.
There’s plenty to do, visit the Galley Museum where you’ll see the west coasts dramatic history displayed, go fishing for trout in Lake Burbury, play a round or two of golf, take a mine tour at Mount Lyell, Australia’s oldest working copper and gold mine.
At nearby Strahan take a cruise up the Gordon River, walk in the rainforest, take a unique train journey through unspoilt rainforest from Queenstown to Strahan, or vice versa, on the West Coast Wilderness Railway. Above all, watch the colours of the Queenstown hills in the changing light and ponder the drama that changed their appearance, which is now changing again.