West Coast Tasmania


Stay: Tasmania's West Coast includes wild coastlines and inland wilderness. However, comfortable accommodation is on offer, with self-contained apartments and cottages a great option for families. If you can't find accommodation here, check out Wotif.com for more options.

Visit: The West Coast is all about adventure. Explore sand dunes, take a river cruise and visit an island once known for its convict-era brutality. Visit historic gold towns and travel the West Coast Railway through majestic bush scenery.

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Revealing the hidden gems of Tasmania's North West

Please note: Prices listed are indicative and are intended to guide families on what they might expect to pay at a standard rate. They do not take into account price rises for peak periods or specials and deals offered throughout the year.


Queenstown: Mt Lyell Anchorage (sleeps up to 4) Stay here if you want:

Self-contained accommodation in Queenstown, with breakfast provisions provided.

Prices from $220 a night for a family of 4.

Family Friendly Features:

  • gardens
  • port-a-cot and highchair
  • free laundry facilities
Tullah Lakeside Lodge (sleeps up to 4) Stay here if you want:

Basic but comfortable accommodation in a spectacular location on the shores of Lake Rosebery.

Prices from $155 a night (standard queen & single).

Family Friendly Features:

  • lakeside walks
  • fishing and kayak hire
  • on-site dining

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