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Accommodation @ Queenstown, Tasmania

 

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Silver Hills Motel

“Round here, things aren’t like they are on the mainland.  They’re not even like the rest of Tasmania.  This is a different place.  You’ll encounter the raw. The untouched, the untamed.

You’ll come face-to-face with the powerful, eternally, undeniably wild.  As it always has been.  All it takes is a short trip.  Just outside your comfort zone.”

Owners Murrey and Vikky along with their wonderful team look forward to welcoming you and hearing of your days adventures.  Whether you pop in for a chat or enjoy a beverage or two next to the open fire we are ready to hear your stories.  No need to go any further than Silver Hills Motel, offering reasonably priced accommodation for travellers, corporates or groups we are here to look after you.  Having a well regarded restaraunt onsite means there is no need to go any further after the day of travelling, working or adventuring. 

Phone: (03) 6471 1755

Comfort Inn Gold Rush

Queenstown Comfort Inn Tasmania Country Airstrips Australia

The Comfort Inn Gold Rush is located in Queenstown on Tasmania’s West Coast, the heart of Tasmania’s Wilderness Region. The Gold Rush is renowned over many years for providing the cleanest and spacious guest rooms and friendly, informative service.

The Motel has a European-Swiss looking character, timber panelling is well featured in the rooms.

We have embarked on a campaign to refresh the rooms, including modernising furnishings and fittings providing greater comfort.

The Queenstown Township is less than a two minute drive or easy walk from the Motel. There is a range of shops, cafes and services available including; IGA convenience stores, pharmacy, Post Office, banks, cafes and take-away food outlets and specialty gift stores.

The historic value of Queenstown is evident with the Wilderness Railway Station, Empire Hotel, Museum, Theatre Building along with much of the former history of the town and surrounding region on display. The Gravel Oval is a must-see, the grass-less oval still hosts local football games.

Phone: (03) 64711005