Ever wanted to know how to cook goat? The Tarraleah chefs are running a two day class on goat on 1st and 2nd March.
The class involves two sessions, commencing at 9:00am each morning. On Day.. ... more..
The Tarraleah chefs have just written the tasty menu for our annual Christmas Day lunch in The Edge. At $80 for adults, and $40 for children, it takes stress out of Christmas Day. Check it out on .. ... more..
Its been a long time since the Scholars House has received general leisure guests, however we are pleased to announce that the Scholars House will be available for bookings from 10th December. Wi.. ... more..
This Saturday 5th October, the Highlander will be featuring local duo Matt and Bettina, playing from 6:30pm. The whole family are welcome and meals are available, reservations for dinner are esse.. ... more..
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Award winning Tasmanian tourist destination in the heart of Tasmania's Highland wilderness. Previously a Hydro village, Tarraleah's original 1930's residences and public buildings have been lovingly converted into charming guest accommodation in a range of styles. Choose from luxury accommodation in The Lodge, beautifully restored art deco cottage accommodation in The Cottages, clean and modern budget accommodation in Scholars House or powered sites at the Highland Caravan Park. All accommodation is within walking distance of the village dining options, with central bookings and check in at Reception on the village green. All on the edge of the wild Tasmanian wilderness.
Walks, wildlife, trout fishing, secret lake kayaking, golf, massage and dozens of other activities all set on 300 acres. Easy access to Lake St Clair, Cradle Mountain and en-route to Strahan
Teez Café, with good coffee and homemade cakes and preserves; The Highlander Restaurant and Bar, real Highland restaurant with great food, local wine and beers. The award winning Lodge with over 300 wines and 200 malts in a stunningly restored art deco environment.
On the Hobart – Strahan touring route, voted “One of Australia’s Top Ten drives”. Only two hours from Hobart, Launceston and Devonport