THINGS TO DO AT TARRALEAH
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Tarraleah - A Walk on the Wild Side
A special place with stunning views of the Tasmanian Highlands and wilderness, and once the home of hundreds of Hydro pioneers. First scouted in the late 1800's, the site was initially cleared as part of the Hydro development in the area during the 1920's and 1930's.
The Aboriginal meaning of Tarraleah is Forrester Kangaroo” and the site is host to an enormous range of Tasmanian flora and fauna. It is quite possible to see platypus and quolls, wallabies, wombats, devils and echidnas all on the site all on the same evening, whilst some say the Tasmanian tiger is also about..
Today it includes a spectacular look out point, a range of walks, exciting Tasmanian wildlife, a golf course and a range of holiday and luxury accommodation options.
The Scholars House - back to school in the former Highland schoolhouse, the recently converted two storey apartments have a queen size bedroom upstairs, bathroom and sitting area downstairs with a flat screen TV and dvd. There are family and less-abled rooms and everyone has access to a fully equipped laundry, internet, a large Chef's kitchen, rocking horse and a fireside snug. Sensible pricing, seriously comfortable beds and fluffy towels from around $150 a room night The Scholars House.
The Cottages at Tarraleah, hand built by Tasmanian craftsmen in the 1930's and furnished with care, these self contained one to three bedroom holiday cottages are charming, warm and comfortable. Architects Cottages contain original Art deco pieces or more contemporary Tasmanian work. Engineers Cottages are a little more original. From around $170 to $250 a charming self contained cottage for two can be yours for the night - or bring the family and friends and make it a 'get away' to be remembered.....The Cottages at Tarraleah.
Geographically, Tarraleah is 20 kms from the physical centre of Tasmania, between Strahan and Hobart, right on the edge of World Heritage areas, two National Parks and the Tasmanian wilderness.
Approximately two hours easy drive from Hobart, Launceston and Devonport on the Hobart, Strahan touring route voted "One of Australia's Great Drives".
Light air, helicopter, and airport transfers are all possible – please contact us for specific details. Movement by air is always weather dependent, Approximate costings below, subject to change, please contact us for firm pricing.
Light air transfers from Hobart or Launceston to Tarraleah – from around $400 each way for four plus light bags. Can also include an aerial tour of the lakes.
Airport meet and transfer, Launceston or Hobart to Tarraleah - from around $240 each way per couple plus heavy bags.
Helicopter transfers Hobart to Tarraleah - from around $2500 each way for four plus light bags.
Group transfers also available.