Peaceful & stunning views. A place for nature lovers. Get put and about and explore the numerous walking tracks.
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It's a yes from us, we were able to visit after lunch time due to the road being closed due to snow and ice. What a great wait, took some great photos and walked for hours in the snow. The boat shed was as seen...More
It had just snowed when we arrived. Surrounds were magnificent. Drank hot chocolate, mochas and ate delicious scones around fireplace in local cafe.
Regrettably we only had a few hours here, but yet again, found the park very well managed, the walking tracks well maintained and marked. Full marks to Tasmanian Parks service.
This would have to be one of the best places in Tassie to visit. Just magnificent. So peaceful and quiet, a slice of heaven on earth.
My wife a friend and myself did the Overland Track in March. Due to the lack of transportation between Cradle Mountain (start) and Lake St Clair (finish) we left one vehicle at each spot. Lake St. Clair is a beautiful place. Some great day treks...More
Lake St Claire is situated at the southern end of the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Claire National Park and is accessed from Derwent Bridge. We completed the Watersmeet Walk, The Platypus Bay Walk, the Aboriginal Cultural Walk and the Foreashore Walk. All easily done...More
Known as Leeawuleena ('sleeping water') by the Aboriginal Peoples, Lake St. Clair is the deepest lake in both Tasmania and Australia (167 m = 548'). With beautiful scenery, a number of nice bushwalking tracks, the nearby Lodge and a very nice Visitor Center, there is...More