Fine dining on the edge of the world.
We drove through the barren, craggy plains of the aptly named Tasmanian western wilderness to a small, unassuming fishing village that goes by the name of Strahan (pronounced Strawn). Underneath this quaint exterior however, were all the signs of a booming tourism empire. It seems that many aspects of the town are run by and for the tourism sector, though this simply means that your experience, while not entirely an ‘authentic’ one, will be smooth, pleasant and hassle free. Besides, people don’t come to Strahan for an authentic fishing village experience, they come because it is the gateway to an experience unlike any other.