An impressive house and grounds dramatically situated overlooking Queenstown, on the west coast of Tasmania.

Experience the unique opportunity to stay in one the National Trust Tasmania’s beautiful properties.

Overlooking Queenstown on the rugged West Coast of Tasmania, Penghana offers it’s guests the opportunity to be part of a rich history.

This splendid Federation-style house dates from 1898 and was once the home of Robert Sticht, the first mine manager of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company.

Guests will enjoy old world hospitality with all the elegance and silver service of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, combined with today’s creature comforts.

Penghana Bed & Breakfast is an ideal base to discover Tasmania’s Western Wilderness from, including Cradle Mountain, Strahan and Lake St Clair.

The various spaces to relax in at Penghana also make this venue attractive for small conferences and group getaways.



32 The Esplanade Queenstown 7467 TAS


NT members are welcome Dec, Jan, Feb on Fri, Sat, Sun between 1 and 4 p.m. The house operates as a bed and breakfast.

(03) 6471 2560

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