The Rosebery caravan park, cabin accommodation Rosebery West Coast Tasmania, close to Strahan, Queenstown and Zeehan is a popular cabin park offering budget cabin accommodation, powered sites, non-powered camping sites. The Rosebery Tourist Park is located in a spectacular part of Tasmania that features spectacular mountains, rainforests, waterfalls and so much more. Go bushwalking, rafting or mountain biking at Rosebery, Tasmania. The Rosebery Cabin Park is an ideal setting to base yourself while you explore this beautiful part of Tasmania. The Rosebery Tourist Park is set on the banks of the Stitt River. The caravan park Rosebery provides visitors to the West Coast Wilderness with ensuite cabins and standard cabins with cooking facilities, onsite caravans and powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites. At the Rosebery Caravan Park, there is also backpacker accommodation with a camp kitchen available, and all at reasonable rates. The picturesque Stitt Falls are located immediately beside this caravan park, the campground where you can watch the sunset over Mt Murchison after a full day exploring attractions in this area, including Montezuma Falls, which are Tasmania’s highest waterfalls. For walkers, be sure to go bushwalking on any of the numerous tracks in the area, which range from short and easy to challenging multi-day walks. Enjoy a 4WD tour to Lake Johnston and explore ancient Huon Pine trees. For the avid trout fisherman, you can fish in Lake Plimsol or Lake Rosebery where good size wild brown or rainbow trout are caught – licenses are required to fish for trout in Tasmania for anyone aged 14 years and older. Rosebery Tourist Park is located less than 60-minutes drive from Strahan and the Gordon River Cruises. Cradle Mountain and all it has to offer to the visitor to Tassie is also located within a reasonably short drive. There is also a very interesting museum at Zeehan, which is a highly recommended activity when visiting this region. Rosebery is located on Tasmania’s west coast app. 4 hours’ drive from Hobart or Launceston, and around 2-hours from Burnie. Lake Burbury is a popular free campground on the West Coast of Tasmania near Queenstown.
Rosebery is a zinc and gold mining town on the North West Coast of Tasmania and is nestled deep within a secret valley. Rosebery is dominated by mining and surrounded by a landscape of dense forest and the volcanic mountains of the West Coast Range. Rosebery is famous for its beautiful natural setting and harsh mining history, with a scenic loop above the town providing spectacular views. Rosebery is also close to Montezuma Falls, which are one of Tasmania's tallest and most visited waterfalls. The waterfall can be reached by taking an interesting walk along an old mining tram line or by four-wheel-drive. There are many more bushwalks in this area, including Mount Read which has excellent views of Rosebery and surroundings.
Rosebery is a 90-min drive (125 km) south of the North West town of Burnie.