Hearty Overland Beef Burger, Chips and Pint of Beer or Soft Drink for just $28.50*. Get yours today! *The Hungry Hiker Cafe is offering this special deal to guests and visitors who have just completed The Overland Track and can produce a valid track pass.Click here to find out more.
Lake St Clair Park Centre is operated by the Department of Parks and Wildlife, Tasmania. Located adjacent to the main Lodge building, the Park Centre has innovative displays which show how the Lake St Clair area has developed from ancient times through to the present day. To help you make the most of your stay, […]Click here to find out more.
The deepest freshwater lake in Australia (at over 170 metres/557 feet deep), Lake St Clair was scooped during several glaciations over the past two million years. The Lake forms the southern boundary of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and the finishing point for the Overland Track, one of the world’s best multi-day bushwalks. During […]more>>
We offer the opportunity for visitors to enjoy the full majesty of the lake and its stunning scenery at a more leisurely pace. Cruising on Lake St Clair (Leeawuleena) reveals the true beauty of these ‘sleeping waters’ and is an experience not to be missed. Our attentive skippers will act as your guides and provide […]more>>
The Great Lake is a lake located in the central north region of Tasmania, Australia, within the sparsely inhabited Central Highlands municipality. Its original size was much smaller; it has been dammed at its southern outflow for hydro-electricity production. It is Australia’s second largest freshwater lake (Lake Pedder is considered to be the largest), 1,030 […]more>>
The Franklin is one of the best known of the many rivers that run through the Wild Rivers National Park and those travelling between Queenstown and Derwent Bridge will cross this iconic river. The walk along the banks of the Franklin and through cool temperate rainforest will give you an idea of the beauty that […]more>>
Nelsons Falls may not be the biggest waterfalls in Tasmania, but they are spectacular and situated in a beautiful setting. Best of all, they are easily accessed, unlike many of our other waterfalls. The start of the track is located along the Lyell Highway (A10) within the Wild Rivers National Park. The start is signposted […]more>>
Bronte Lagoon is a Hydro Tasmania lake near Bronte Park in Tasmania’s central lakes district. The Lagoon is two hours’ north west of Hobart (150 kilometres/93 miles) on the Lyell Highway. Like most Hydro Tasmania lakes, Bronte Lagoon offers excellent trout fishing. Here you will find a large self-sustaining population of brown trout and a […]more>>
Waddamana is the site of Hydro Tasmania’s first hydropower station. After a hard life of generating renewable energy, the station was put into retirement. The Waddamana power station now has a new life as a museum filled with original equipment and other displays. At the museum you can see: faithfully restored original machinery, most in […]more>>
Artist Greg Duncan is creating a stunning sculpture at Derwent Bridge in the heart of Tasmania. The Wall in the Wilderness is Greg Duncan’s commemoration of those who helped shape the past and present of Tasmania’s central highlands click for more info. A work in progress, The Wall is being carved from three-metre high wooden […]more>>
Hikers have been visiting this scenic area in the heart of the heritage listed Tasmanian Wilderness area for decades, enjoying the day walks near the lake or the famed Overland Track. If you’re already carrying your own tent and sleeping gear, why not make a memorable camp nestled in the trees within short walking distance to the water’s edge. It is the ideal location for both campers and bushwalkers or for schools, clubs and family bookings. There are powered and unpowered sites for tents, caravans and small motorhomes.
A basic camp kitchen is central to the campsite and shared amenities are in a block nearby. The camp kitchen has a coin operated BBQ. Toilets and hot showers are available at a charge of $1 for six minutes. There are also coin operated laundry facilities located in the shared amenities block.
Campers booking unpowered sites should be aware that due to the Wilderness protection measures of the glacial moraine area, these sites have not been levelled, so uneven ground can be expected. For most campers it’s an understandable concession toward maintaining the wilderness in its natural state.
Powered sites are large enough to park a small or medium size caravan, but large caravans cannot be accommodated
(sites are 9m in length).
Our Bunkhouse provides basic sleeping accommodation in keeping with the style of the rustic timber huts of the Overland track, enjoyed mostly by backpackers and hikers whose modest accommodation requirements can be met with a simple bed and heated shelter.
Accommodating between two and four guests in bunk-bed style, each room has basic heating, electric power and lighting.
If you’re seeking a slightly more private stay but are budget conscious, you can book our double or twin-share drumlin, which comes with linen already provided.
Toilets and hot showers are available in a shared amenities block a short stroll away at a charge of $1 for six minutes.
Bunkhouse guests also have access to a shared bunkhouse kitchen. Here they might mingle with other hikers and share travel adventures or swap some great ideas for a day walk, whilst enjoying the comfort and warmth of the fireplace.
Bring your own sleeping bag or bedding for a bunkhouse stay, or we can provide bedding for a small additional charge.
|The Overlander Café is open:
|8:00am to 4:30pm
|Fergy's Bar and Restaurant is open:
|Mid December to end of April:
|8:00am to 10:00pm
|May to Mid December*:
|8:30am to 6:00pm
*From May to Mid-December restaurant bookings are required. We can open the restaurant earlier for breakfast by prior arrangement
Packed lunches and BBQ trays are available on request.
Start your day at Lake St Clair right with a coffee from The Overlander Café. Treat yourself to a cappuccino, flat white, or latte. Double shot, weak, extra hot? Just ask our Barista to make your coffee just the way you like it?
The Overlander Café sets you up for a great day of adventuring in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, or as a place to rest and refuel after a walk along one of the many tracks in the area.
The café offers guests and day visitors a large range of food and drinks, including light snacks, full meals, hearty breakfasts and a great selection of cakes and desserts. The café also caters to the children with kids meals available.
If you are looking for something a bit more decadent to reward your efforts, we recommend you try Fergy's Bar and Restaurant. Dine in relaxed surroundings, beside our open fire or by our large bay windows with views through the trees to Lake St Clair and the mountains beyond. Our menu is a blend of modern ideas and fresh produce, sourced from local suppliers wherever possible and, whether in need of a light snack or a sumptuous meal, there’s something for everyone.
See our menu for the full range.