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Silver Hills Motel

Location: Queenstown TAS, Western Wilderness

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Hours: 7am - 9pm

Silver Hills is located on the main road into Queenstown, elevated giving guests beautiful views of the sweeping mountains, affording a peaceful and private motel environment. All guests enjoy free wifi internet within rooms and across the property. Arguably the best restaurant in Queenstown available for breakfast and dinner daily.


The Silver Hills Motel was the first motel in Tasmanian (1953) to serve the growing mining and tourist industry and is perfectly located to explore the Western Wilderness, or as a base for business in the area. Featuring 57 rooms, parking for coaches and cars, also with a large restaurant and the best views in Queenstown. Our welcoming restaurant is a great place to unwind with a drink sitting on chesterfield couches beside the historic open fire. The onsite restaurant offers a modern contemporary Australian menu with great daily specials. The bar is well stocked with Tasmanian products, most notably our Gin collection and old classics.


  • Cot Available
  • Non-Smoking Indoors
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Television
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Toilet
  • Linen Provided
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Microwave
  • Meals Available
  • Heating
  • Off Street Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant Licenced
  • Carpark
  • Highchair Available
  • Fridge
  • Conference Facilities


3 Penghana Road, Queenstown, Tasmania 7467 Australia


From the West Coast Visitor Information and Booking Centre, The Esplanade, Strahan, turn right (R) and continue along the Esplanade turning left (L) into Harold Street. Turn right (R) into Reid Street and continue onto Queenstown. Penghana Road is the main road into Queenstown with Silver Hills located on your right (R).

Cancellation Policy

24hrs cancellation


The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.