Lake St Clair Road Lake St Clair, Tasmania 7140
Lake St Clair Lodge offers a range of lake-side accommodation in Tasmania’s Western Wilderness region. Lakeside St Clair is located on the shores of Australia’s deepest natural freshwater lake (200 metres) in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. You can stay in two-bedroom cabins, tucked among the forest. Accommodating up to six people, the loft-style cabins feature gas or wood heating, fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom and lounge. Enjoy views of the lake from the sheltered campsites—suitable for caravans, motor homes or tents. The powered and unpowered sites are close to amenities including a communal kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Groups can stay in the dormitory accommodation, also with stunning views of the lake and including a fully-equipped communal kitchen, separate male and female bathrooms and a laundry.
Lakeside St Clair has a restaurant, café and bar, store, internet access, and camping and equipment hire. Make sure you visit the on-site National Park Visitor Centre for information on bushwalking and the ecology and history of the area.
The vessel, IDA CLAIR, operates year-round and routinely makes the 28 kilometre round-trip from Cynthia Bay via Echo Point to Narcissus Bay and back three times daily, seven days a week during the Summer months.It is strongly advised to pre-book.
Contact Lake St Clair Lodge for price details.
Contact Lake St Clair Lodge for reservations and other enquiries. You may book using the park's online reservation form. Master Card and Visa credit cards accepted. EFTPOS facility available (no cash out available).
Accreditation: Australian Tourism Accreditation Program