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The historic, seafront town of Strahan features a large collection of lovely architecture, beautiful natural sites, intriguing history and the notorious Hells Gates off the coast. Food enthusiasts will find plenty of venues to try delicious local food, and can enjoy other activities like bush-walking, camping, cruising, riding a jet boat, relaxing on the beach, shopping and seeing impressive local artwork. Discover Hogarth Falls and travel back in time at Sarah Island.
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Discovery Holiday Parks - Strahan (Cosy Cabins) can be found at the corner of Andrew and Innes Streets in Strahan. The establishment offers picturesque views of Tasmania's west coast and Strahan itself. Camping and swimming are popular activities in the area. Its facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, high chair, laundry and playground.
Macquarie Heads Camping Ground lies along Macquarie Heads Road in Strahan. Situated at the end of Macquarie Harbour the venue offers easy access to the Ocean Beach and Macquarie Harbour. The natural beauty within and around the grounds also enables visitors to engage in outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, picnicking and camping. Its campsite facilities include car parking spaces; dump point, public toilet, picnic areas and a boat ramp. It also has good camping sites ideal for caravans, campervans, tents and motorhomes.
Strahan Holiday Park is located at 8 Innes Street West in Strahan. It covers around six acres of land with bushes and gardens and sits close to the Western Wilderness World Heritage Area. The park offers cottages, cabins, units and caravan/tent sites. Its facilities include cots, a barbecue, high chair, laundry and car parking spaces.
Cove Gallery sits at the Esplanade in Strahan. It forms part of Strahan's waterfront Risby Cove Complex within a converted sawmill workshop. The gallery showcases a wide variety of contemporary arts such as ceramics, furniture, jewelry, paintings, photographs and sculptures. A visit to the venue is highly recommended for people of all ages. The gallery is child friendly, has wheelchair access, restaurant, cafe and ample car parking spaces.
Hogarth Falls lies within the Peoples Park in Strahan. It is a beautiful waterfall surrounded by fragrant smelling bushes and safe walking tracks. Bush walking is popular in the area, and the tracks are children friendly too making visiting the site wonderful for families to explore.
Sarah Island Historic Site can be reached via cruise boats from Macquarie Harbour in Strahan. It is a former convicts settlement turned popular tourist destination that was founded in 1821. The site features picturesque views and intriguing artifacts show what life was like for convicts while working in harsh conditions.
The Ship that Never Was is the title of the popular longest running play in Tasmania that was written by Richard Davey and produced by The Round Earth Company. Visitors can enjoy the play at the Strahan Visitor Centre. The story is based on the 1834 event at the Sarah Island Historic Site where ten convicts stole the last ship that was built as a way to escape the former convict settlement.
Wilderness Woodworks Strahan is located at 12 The Esplanade. The site features a workshop and gallery where visitors can buy and see a wide range of beautiful crafts and furniture made by local craftsmen. Guests are also welcome to see how craftsmen work on their masterpieces.