About The Park

Located in a beautiful natural bush setting, that is central to all attractions on the West Coast of Tasmania.  Our property has extensive gardens and natural bush providing excellent shelter to our Glamping sites. 

Positioned alongside a babbling creek and in a valley surrounded by rugged hills, here you can listen to the birds, breathe the fresh mountain air and explore the many things to see in and around Zeehan, and the West Coast of Tasmania.

The property is also boarded by a natural wetland attracting wildlife and many species of birds. It is not uncommon for guests to see paddemelon wallabies, wombats, possums and a large assortment of birds

Features Of The Park

All guests are able to enjoy a lovely evening around a campfire while cooking up a feed on our free gas BBQs.

Glampers also have access to a fully enclosed camp lounge and kitchen with wood burning fire place, full cooking facilities and communal dining space. This area has a range of games and books and is a great place to gather and socialise

Our Tips For West Coast Tasmania

Zeehan provides a great place from which to explore the West Coast attractions.

Being very central in the Western Tasmania region, Zeehan Bush Camp provides a great base for any west coast travel. We are within 30 minutes drive of Strahan, Queenstown, Rosebury and Tullah, plus many other unique destinations.


Montezuma Falls

Follow a former tramway through wet, steep, thickly forested west coast country to one of the highest falls in Tasmania.


Spray Tunnel

Wander through the tunnel where darkness makes it hard to see anything except for the glow-worms shining inside.


Heritage Centre

From mines & memories to trains & treasures, the West Coast Heritage Centre offers a unique insight our region.


Gordon River Cruise

Experience the untouched rainforest, rugged history and fascinating characters of Tasmania's west coast.


Wilderness Railway

An unforgettable railway journey along 35km of wild rainforest track between Queenstown and Strahan.


King River Rafting

Discover pristine Tasmanian wilderness on these exhilarating one-day white water rafting experiences.


Macquarie Harbour

Australia's second largest natural harbour is located adjacent Strahan on the West Coast of Tasmania.


Henty Sand Dunes

Giant dunes formed by the Roaring Forties, reaching several kilometres inland and about 30m high.


West Coast Road Trip

Visiting the West Coast is part of the great Tasmanian road trip, with epic roads from Hobart to Queenstown, Strahan & beyond.

Planning A Trip To The Area

Zeehan is surrounded by beautiful natural bushland, mountains and rugged terrain. 

The town is friendly and welcoming (despite of what you might have seen on the hit ABC series – Bay of Fires).

Within a 40 minute drive you can enjoy the wilderness aboard a cruise on the Gordon River or take in the breathtaking rainforest and river systems on the West Coast Wilderness Railway.

If walking is your thing there are plenty of tracks to discover among the most popular is the Montezuma Falls walk, a beautiful 3-hour round trip taking you to Tasmania’s tallest single-drop falls.

See the rugged coastline at Trial or Granville Harbour and immerse yourself in history at Zeehan’s own West Coast Heritage Centre.

If you are after some adventure you could join the King River rafting for some action on the rapids. There is something to see around every bend, follow one of the many great itineraries suggested by Western Wilds or meander along creating your own adventure as you go.

EV Car Charging In Zeehan

All guests have access to free 15 amp charging for electric vehicles.

We also have a 22 kw EV charger onsite- all guests, including 1 hour free on check-in.

Additional charging costs $5/hour.

Non-guests can access the charger (subject to availability) at a cost of $6/hour.