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Villas on Que

12 Que Street, Waratah TAS 7321
Villas on Que are two lovely self-contained units in Waratah, on Tasmania’s north west coast. Each unit sleeps four and offers excellent, value-for-money accommodation providing everything to make you feel at home. Each unit has a fully.
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Waratah Camping Ground

Main Road, Waratah TAS 7321
Waratah Camping Ground offers caravan and campsite facilities at Waratah on Tasmania’s west coast. Waratah is a small tin mining town situated halfway between Burnie and Queenstown. The campground is situated beside a small lake and has.
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Bischoff Hotel

20 Main Street, Waratah TAS 7321
Bischoff Hotel offers comfortable, friendly and homely country style accommodation in Waratah on Tasmanias west coast. The Bischoff hotel has three ensuite rooms, one including a spa, and 15 standard rooms with shared bathroom facilities. All have electric blankets and heating. There is a public bar, dining room, guest lounge and barbeque facilities. Outside the Bischoff Hotel there are excellent views of the towns waterfall. Its an ideal base to explore the many attractions of the west coast, and a haven for motorcyclists, bushwalkers, golfers and fisherman. Bischoff Hotel was built 1902 in Waratah, Tasmania. Waratah boasted the richest tin mine (Mt. Bischoff) in the world during the late 1800's up to 1947.
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Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground

Main Road, Waratah TAS 7321
Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground offers powered and unpowered sites overlooking the stunning trout-filled Waratah Lake. There are electric barbecues and keys to the amenities block and laundry facilities are included in camp fees. Waratah is a picture-postcard historic mining town situated at the eastern gateway to the magnificent Tarkine Wilderness. Just a 45-minute drive south of Burnie, Waratah is approximately half way between the North West Coast and the Wild West Coast of Tasmania. Only a 40-minute drive to the iconic Cradle Mountain, Waratah offers an affordable base to explore the natural beauty of this spectacular part of Tasmania. The Caravan Park is within walking distance to all the main town attractions, including the famous Waratah Waterfall, once used as a source of power in the state's second hydro-electric scheme. The energetic will enjoy the choice of accessible walks in and around the town, including the stunning Philosopher Falls Track. There is a 9-hole golf course, and the keen angler can fish for trout in the well stocked lake. Camping fees for a powered site is $28, unpowered site is $22, facilities only is $16, self-contained $6.

Hellyer Gorge

Murchison Hwy, Waratah TAS 7321
Make your way via Hellyer Gorge for a spectacular scenic route to the West Coast or Cradle Mountain. The windy route and steep cliffs make for a jaw-dropping wilderness drive, and is a favourite route for bike riders and touring cars. The welcoming canopy of rainforest provides a spectacular picnic spot along the banks of the Hellyer River. There are toilet and barbecue facilities, and the picnic area is the starting point for two short walks: the River Walk and the Old Myrtle Forest Walk. From Wynyard, take a 30-minute drive via Mount Hicks Road to Yolla where the road joins the Murchison Highway. Follow this through Hellyer Gorge and on to the historic town of Waratah, the iconic Cradle Mountain or the wild West Coast....

Philosopher Falls

Waratah Road, Waratah TAS 7321
Follow the historic mining water race along an easily accessible walking track that leads to a view of Philosopher Falls - named after the man who changed the fortunes of the entire state of Tasmania through his discovery of tin at Mt Bischoff, near Waratah. Just a ten kilometre drive out of Waratah, on the B23 road to Corinna, you will discover this stunning short walk that provides a glimpse into the wild and mysterious Tarkine rainforest. Autumn is the best time to see the cartoon-like fungi dotted all along the track, but at any time of the year this is an experience you don't want to leave off your bucket list. The Falls lookout is at the end of the 45-minute stroll into the forest (there is a stairway leading to the base of the falls), however even a short ten-minute walk in from the car park will reward you with a magical 'Alice in Wonderland' experience....

Tarkine Trails

By arrangement Tours generally depart from Launceston but are conducted in The Tarkine, Waratah TAS 7321