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Strahan, Tasmania

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A beautiful, small, coastal town located on the west coast of Tasmania. Relax along the secluded beaches and adventure to the nearby national parks and waterfalls for natural perfection. Strahan is a great location to base yourself when exploring Franklin-Gordon National Park or the west coast of Tasmania.
Recommended Stay: 3-4 days


West Coast Wilderness Railway

Step back in time with a ride on this 100-year-old steam train. This train ride takes you through rainforests and along the King River. A truly beautiful place and very educational as the conductor tells stories of how the railway was built.

West Coast Wilderness Railway

West Coast Wilderness Railway

Nearby Places

Franklin-Gordon National Park
Location: 65km east of Strahan
Drive along the beautiful Lyell Highway that is situated in the Franklin-Gordon National Park, seeing forest, waterfalls, and wildlife. There are a number of natural beauties located around this national park such as Lake Gordon, Lake Pedder, and of course Strahan.

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