Queenstown is a mining town inland from the west coast of Tasmania and unfortunately I can't think of anything nice to say about it. The Silver Hills Motel gets its name from the denuded hills around the town where silver was mined, and now copper is the staple. The scenery is bleak, the motel is used during the week by fly-in miners, and the rooms are barely functional and barely clean. The only reason we stayed in Queenstown was because it is a long drive back to Hobart from Strahan and we wanted to stop at some places along the way (eg Lake St Clair).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This iconic Queenstown motel is not only the oldest on the Tasmanian West Coast, but also one of the largest. Featuring 57 motel rooms all with en-suites, heating and queen sized beds...as well as the largest restaurant in Queenstown with a fantastic fireplace and views over the ranges. An ideal (and well priced!) base to explore Queenstown, Strahan and the Western Wilderness.Now with free WiFi internet ! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Silver Hills Motel Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia