A Weekend in Strahan (3 days)
Located on the rugged and remote west coast of Tasmania, Strahan offers some of Tasmania’s most beautiful scenery. Not serviced by commercial flights, Kirkhope Aviation solves the access issue by flying directly from Melbourne to the Strahan airstrip in 90 minutes.
Experience the magnificent Gordon River, wonder at the convict prison on Sarah Island, step back in time on the West Coast Wilderness Railway, and indulge in delectable food and wine in this spectacular region.
Oct 08 - Oct 10, 2021
Itinerary: A Weekend in Strahan (3 days)
Day 1: Melbourne to Strahan (D)
Depart Moorabbin Airport at 2.30pm, arriving in beautiful Strahan at 4.00pm.
After checking in to your hotel, take a short stroll down to see Australia’s longest running play, ‘The Ship that Never Was’, a dramatic and hilarious true story about the last great escape from Sarah Island.
Enjoy a welcome drink and sweeping views of Macquarie Harbour from your Hilltop Executive Harbour View Room for the next two nights at Strahan Village.
Dine at View 42° restaurant, with the freshest Tasmanian seafood and splendid views.
Overnight: Strahan Village
Our pilot made every effort to ensure that we had the best views possible and also provided us with loads of information as well as many entertaining stories. And the food and accommodation were a delight, a true "foodies" experience.
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