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Tarraleah Estate

2 Wild River Road, Tarraleah, Tasmania 7140 Australia
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Nestled between the lake, the local hotel and close to all amenities is the Tarraleah campsite. Clean powered and unpowered sites are available and there are plenty of activities for all including a kids playground, feeding the cows and ducks, or doing one of the many walks surrounding the town. You can also book in for one of the guided fishing, kayaking or cycling tours through reception. The local pub offers modern bistro style food and and a selection of local and international wines and beers. Teez cafe is just around the corner and offers great coffee, hot breakfast and a selection of cakes, rolls, quiches and pies throughout the day.
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greytravellerSydney wrote a review Mar 2023
Sydney, Australia28587 contributions251 helpful votes
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Myself and my wife were looking forward to staying here when in March 2022 the then manager Angie from guest Services upgraded us to one of the cottages on site see below 27/03/22 I have upgraded your booking to the Pavillion cottage at no extra cost as per our discussions. See you in Feb 2023. Angie Manager Guest Services Tarraleah Estate When we arrived the NEW receptionist (or maybe guest services manager) advised me that the Pavillion Cottage had been taken over by staff in September 2022 yet I had not been contacted and advised or offered another cottage on site. I did find out later that the Receptionist and her partner were living there. This was not an ideal start to my wife and I staying at the location We were then allocated back to a studio room in the scholars house (that was booked back in March 2022) which stated on the Booking.com site as "Entire Unit wheelchair friendly" which was not the case. Only the ground floor with the queen bed and bathroom could be accessed with going up 2 flights of stairs to sit in a loft area with tea and coffee and fridge provided up there. There was nowhere to put the suitcases in such a small area. I have attached photos to show the small studio room which was not ideal for an senior couple with sore legs. There was also NO wifi on site and for the price you pay to stay there you would think that would be included. For the record I was advised by the receptionist that there were no other cottages available and I couldn't be moved yet when I went for a walk not many of the cottages along the main road were occupied by anyone. If I could take a positive out of the experience it was the highland cows and the meal at the Highlander restaurant.
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Date of stay: February 2023
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If you are a senior citizen with trouble climbing stairs avoid the scholar accommodation block.
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Radar2023 wrote a review Mar 2023
Ocean Shores, Australia111 contributions63 helpful votes
We camped here. It has well distanced and generous camping sites, and great bathrooms, but unfortunately there is no camp kitchen. All sites have power and there are many animals and birds around the park. Our problem was that the distance from Tarreleah to Lake St Clair and other places we wanted to visit were just too far to make our stay viable for the number of days we booked. The staff are lovely and service great.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If you’re in a tent, don’t expect access to cooking/fridge facilities.
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Sharon B wrote a review Mar 2023
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A wonderful place to stay. We stayed in one of the 8or so tastefully renovated houses and had a lovely meal in the bar/restaurant. Wish we had more time to stay longer and explore the surrounding grounds.
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Date of stay: February 2023
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Room Tip: We stayed in a house with another couple but they sleep 6 so would be ideal for families. Also...
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David M wrote a review Feb 2023
Chester, United Kingdom345 contributions172 helpful votes
Just an absolute oasis the middle of Tasmania. After driving over 3 hours we came upon this magical place. Accommodation was just magnificent with super facilities and breathtaking views. Only downside was the restaurant in the evening was less than average. BYO and enjoy.
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Date of stay: February 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TreehouseRetreat wrote a review Feb 2023
Laurieton, Australia28 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a fabulous stay for 7 nights whilst fishing in the local area. The Scholars house was really clean and the loft in the rooms such a great place to relax. The communal kitchens were awesome, so large, so clean and everyone using them were so respectful. Clearly guests from all around the world have found the Estate. But the surprise was the restaurant and bar. The food sits somewhere between wholesome home cooking and fine dining. They have a wonderful selection of Tassie wine but the pick for a weary fisherman was the Adams single malt whisky. And to top it off, the bar and kitchen staff are just wonderful wonderful people. I expect I will be back sometime, particularly if I can work out some land based fishing options in the immediate vicinity of the area.
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Date of stay: February 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
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Glenn H wrote a review Jan 2023
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I have to make mention of the meals which we had whilst recently staying at our powered site the other night ! I had the cape grim steak & my wife had the double cooked pork belly … both meals were generous in size and cooked to perfection ! Full credit to this chefs ability …. absolutely delicious. It would have been my most favourite meal I have ever purchased whilst on holiday 10/10 👍 the staff were also warm friendly and helpful ! A great stay !!!
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Date of stay: January 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michelle P wrote a review Nov 2022
Brisbane, Australia221 contributions143 helpful votes
I recently stayed here as part of a tour group. I did not enjoy my stay and I wouldn’t return. I didn’t give a 1 as your grounds are so pretty and picturesque. No phone reception, no wifi was very confronting but dealt with it. My room had a weird smell, my bed was sunken inn the middle and had no proper blinds on the windows. A very average continental breakfast supplied.. Restaurant was average and overpriced. Staff not friendly and had attitudes. Food wasn’t very nice or had any great taste. Limited wine selection. You’re stuck as there is nowhere else to eat. The only good thing going for this place are the grounds are just lovely, and lots of wildlife.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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amazonmc wrote a review Dec 2021
Brisbane, Australia35 contributions7 helpful votes
We first found Tarraleah on our first trip to Tasmania 9 years ago and haven't stopped talking about it since. It was a must-do stop on our trip this year and we were lucky to land here on New Years Eve. We had our caravan with us this time, so stayed in the camping area the first night - wallabies, incredible views and some friendly goats near by. Great facilities and a magic spot. We spent New Years Eve in the Lodge as a treat - it should rank as one of the world's greatest small hotels - beautiful suite, and a stunning deco building. The hot tubs are a must do as well. More than all of that - the team at Tarraleah took such good care of us - even ordering in special wine at our request, and helping provide an incredible dinner at the Lodge for NYE.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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eyepuddles wrote a review Sept 2021
Hobart, Australia32 contributions3 helpful votes
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Friendly and accommodating staff during the booking process. The cottage was neat and tidy, with very cool art deco furniture within. Main areas and bedrooms heated by heat pump and / or the fire place. As it was off season, we only encountered a handful of humans, with there being a couple of friendly Muscovy ducks on reception. We talked to staff a couple of times, and they were also lovely and accommodating during our stay. We had a great time up there in our little "cottage" (house), and will definitely be back again! The Highland coos were just too cute!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Mel00Sydney wrote a review July 2021
sydney22 contributions16 helpful votes
Stayed in one of the engineers cottages. Absolutely incredible. It was very clean with a fireplace. Our bed provided a great nights sleep. The grounds are also beautiful. Only downside, we were only there 1 night. Can't wait to go again.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tarraleah Estate
Which popular attractions are close to Tarraleah Estate?
Nearby attractions include Tarraleah Power Station Lookout (5.0 km) and Tarraleah Falls (4.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tarraleah Estate?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Tarraleah Estate?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Tarraleah Estate?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Tarraleah Estate?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tarraleah Estate?
Conveniently located restaurants include Teez Cafe, The Highlander Arms, and Wayatinah Tavern and Store.
Is Tarraleah Estate accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.