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Queenstown, Australia

Queenstown is a town on the West coast of the island of Tasmania, Australia. It has a population of 2200 people as of 2003. Historically it was a mining town, but it is becoming increasingly attractive to tourists. Queenstown is the home of the ABT Wilderness Railway, which travels through rainforest gullies to the nearby coastal village of Strahan.

For other places by the same name, see Queenstown.