Strahan Holiday Park offers a large selection of accommodation to suit all budgets in Strahan. The Park caters for couples through to large group bookings.
The park has powered sites for motor homes and caravans, and limited sites for tents.
Self contained accommodation consists of standard and deluxe one and two bedroom cabins, family cabins for up to six, executive units and cottages. All come with ensuite, cooking facilities and linen.
Strahan Holiday Park is set on six acres of natural bush and gardens. Facilities include two guest laundries, amenities block, barbecue areas and Molly’s Cafe which caters for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A safe swimming beach, boat ramp and jetty are a short two minute walk from the park.
Strahan is located on the edge of the Western Wilderness World Heritage area. You can take a seaplane flight over the southwest wilderness, cruise the Gordon River, ride the Wilderness Rail to Queenstown or just take a leisurely stroll on the 40 kilometres of uninterrupted sand and surf on Ocean Beach while waiting for an amazing sunset.
Strahan is five hours’ drive (298 kilometres/186 miles) from Hobart and four hours’ drive (290 kilometres/181 miles) drive from Launceston.