The Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park is located approximately 1.5 kilometres (30 minute stroll) from the Queenstown Township and provides a beautiful outlook in all directions. Mount Owen to the East constantly changes as the sun reflects from the rock features to provide a majestic backdrop to the Park.
The Park itself is family- and pet-friendly and is often described as “unique and quirky” by our guests.
We try to make your stay as comfortable as possible and go that little bit extra to make your stay a memorable one. Whether it is the complimentary bath mats, our camp-kitchen wood fire, or our courtesy transport service to town, we strive to anticipate and exceed your expectations. Check out wikicamps for guest comments.
With cabins, powered and unpowered sites and grass and gravel sites available we have options to accommodate you.
Queenstown has numerous local attractions and is a great base to set up camp while you explore the rugged beauty and other environmental wonders of the West via day trips.
Whether it’s bush walking, four-wheel driving, mountain bike riding, waterfall chasing or exploring the history of Tasmania’s west, the Queenstown Cabin and Tourist Park is the place to base yourself.
Come and experience the wild west and marvel at how the early settlers tamed the rugged terrain.