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 commentary and insight into the natural wonders of the National Park. Stop off at Echo Point and enjoy a quiet stroll in the majestic Temperate Rainforests with commanding views of Mt Ida. Admire the scale and rugged beauty of the glacial carved dolerite ridges of Mt Olympus, Mt Byron and the Traveller Range. Keep a keen eye out as you gently cruise the Narcissus wetlands framed by the spectacular backdrop of the Gould Plateau and home of the elusive Platypus.
Return to Cynthia Bay via the tree-clad moraines of the Frankland Beaches and the head waters of the Derwent River.
This is a unique wilderness experience on Australia’s deepest lake.
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.
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.