The West Coast Wilderness Railway climbs over a mountain pass at Rinadeena at inclines of up to 1:16. It uses the Swiss-invented Abt rack and pinion system, one of the last surviving examples of its type still operating, and is the second steepest railway in the Southern Hemisphere.
Rush down the King River Gorge with King River Rafting then take an unforgettable train ride through the rainforest back to Queenstown on our Raft and Steam tour.
There is a range of mountain bike tracks around the West Coast, offering adventure and stunning scenery. Find out more by downloading our information sheet.
Strahan ATV Adventures offers fun, laughs, storytelling, and sharing of the beauty and telling the history of the west.
Combine your rail journey with a birds-eye view of the stunning scenery of Tasmania’s West Coast on a Heli-Steam tour.
Spend an unforgettable morning working alongside the crew of an historic steam locomotive with our Footplate Experience.
There are multi-day adventures as well as day walks and easy strolls to waterfalls and other fascinating and stunning spots - find out more by downloading our information sheet.
Lake Margaret was once a thriving town, servicing the hydro power station there. Now abandoned, the way to visit it is with RoamWild Tasmania on our Steam and Hydro tour.
Download these handy reference guides to help plan your West Coast adventure.
Photo credits on this page: Photo credits: Nick Osborne Carol Maney, Tourism Tasmania, Rob Burnett, Paul Fleming, Andrew Ross, Flow Mountain Bike, Strahan Helicopters