Strahan General Practice, Tasmania

Strahan General Practice has been servicing the local area for many years. The practice offers a range of health services including general family medical care, women’s health, men’s health, occupational medicine, travel advice and vaccinations, antenatal checks, childhood vaccinations and workers compensation. The doctor and staff at Strahan General Practice pride themselves on delivering a high level of quality care to improve the health outcomes of their patients and community.

Hours of operation
Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm

Billing type
At the General Practitioner’s discretion

Practice Manager
Amanda Shea

Practice Nurse
Kristy Richards

Alice Peachey

List of visiting and on-site allied health and pathology services
Midwife clinics
Child Health


RA and RRMA classification
RA4 – Outer Regional RRMA 7

Fellowship Training
Location is suitable for the Remote Vocational Training Scheme (RVTS)

Retention Grant

Transition Grant

Dr Heidi Dreiling (MBBS, FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Heidi Dreiling is a Tasmanian born and trained doctor. After moving to Queensland for many years Heidi returned to Tasmania with her husband. Heidi loves the diversity and challenges of all aspects of general practice including minor procedures and emergencies. She is also a strong advocate for those who live in rural and remote areas having access to a high standard of medical care.
Specialty interest areas: chronic health, family health care (children’s, women’s and men’s health) and pre-employment medicals.

3 Bay St
Strahan TAS 7468

Phone, Fax & Email
Telephone: (03) 6472 6300
Facsimile: (03) 6472 6305

Strahan is less than an hour drive to Queenstown and a three hour drive to Devonport on the west coast of Tasmania.

In 1815, Captain James Kelly navigated the 200-metre opening to Macquarie Harbour, which convicts later dubbed Hells Gates. Between 1822 and 1833, Sarah Island operated as a penal station with the dubious reputation of being the worst convict prison in Australia. Today, Strahan symbolises proud independence on the edge of the world – a place that tells the story of 19th-century pioneers and miners and 20th-century protesters who stopped the damming of the wild Franklin River.

Now a picturesque fishing village offering comfort and convenience on the Wild West coast you can cruise on the Gordon River that will take you deep into the World Heritage Area wilderness. You will travel through one of the last pristine examples of temperate rainforest in the world. Make sure your cruise stops off at Sarah Island where you can hear the stories of the convicts who logged the Huon pine for shipbuilding.



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