North West & West Coast

Strahan Village

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The Esplanade, Strahan, TAS, 7468

+61 3 6471 4200

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Do

Strahan Village is nestled alongside Macquarie Harbour amongst the World Heritage wilderness on Tasmania’s West Coast. The Village offers a range of activities for delegates to explore pre/post-event, including the ‘The Ship that Never Was’ interactive theatre, the West Coast Wilderness Railway, Strahan Golf Club and walks to nearby Hogarth Falls.

The town is a fishing port that was brought to prominence as the home of the infamous Sarah Island Convict Penal Settlement. Today, Strahan is recognised for its picturesque location, embraced by some of the world’s last remaining temperate rainforests, majestic mountains and the mighty Gordon River.

Strahan is a comfortable 3.5-hour scenic drive from Launceston Airport and 4.5 hours from Hobart.

Conference

Strahan Village’s conference site can provide space for a moderate number of delegates. Exceptional facilities and impeccable service is provided amidst a stunning location on the edge of the Tasmanian wilderness.

On arrival, that staff can deliver little touches that make any event memorable – such as customised gifts, room drops, arrival drink, hot and cold towels and luggage porterage.

Located on a hilltop with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Harbour, the Henty
Breakout rooms are available for smaller groups, and the View 42 Restaurant offers lounge and balcony seating for catering or informal meetings.

Stay

With rooms ranging from 3−4.5 star, Strahan Village provides a selection of welcoming Strahan accommodation exuding the charm of yesteryear matched with contemporary conveniences and services. Rustic waterfront cottages face the sea behind their postcard-perfect white picket fences, just metres from the action of the working waterfront and the village hub. Spacious, light-filled hilltop harbour view rooms offer the perfect hideaway to enjoy sweeping views of Tasmania’s Macquarie Harbour from private balconies.