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Cruises to Gordon River, Tasmania

Gordon River, Tasmania (Photo: Greg Brave/Shutterstock)

About Gordon River, Tasmania

Set within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, cruises along the Gordon River start at Strahan, then sail past Hell's Gates, a narrow gap where the Southern Ocean meets Macquarie Harbour, before arriving at the former penal colony of Sarah Island. Along the way are ancient rainforests filled with Huon Pines, some as old as 2,000 years, as well as Tasmania's famous fish farms. The reflections of the surrounding landscapes upon the water are considered a sight in themselves.

  • Why go to Gordon River, Tasmania?

  • Currency & Best Way to Get Money?

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Why go to Gordon River, Tasmania?

Pros:

A day cruise covers sublime natural and historical sights of untouched Tasmania.

Cons:

Weather can be wet, windy or cold so take a rain jacket.

Bottom Line:

A wilderness experience without the need for hiking boots.

Currency & Best Way to Get Money?

Australian dollars are used. The closest ATM is at Molly's Takeaway on Innes Street. Cash can also be withdrawn from the local post office.

Language?

English is the local language.


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