Lake St Clair Lodge

Hotel - Resort - Tasmania

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Rugged Wilderness, breathtaking beauty, luxury eco-friendly accommodation, welcome to Lake St. Clair Lodge.

Lake St. Clair Lodge is one of only 2 resorts built within a World Heritage listed area in the world. To achieve this status, Lake St. Clair has developed state of the art eco-friendly cabin accommodation that makes your experience of this beautiful location unforgettable.  

Lake St Clair is located at the southern end of the Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park a short drive from Derwent Bridge. It is the journey’s end of the world famous Overland track, and a great place for Overlander Trekkers to relax and enjoy a few days enjoying the scenery at the end of the journey.

Quality experiences abound, with bushwalking, canoeing, fishing or just enjoying the relaxing, meditative silence. Enjoy close interaction with our wildlife neighbours such as Pademelons, Bennetts Wallabies and an array of creatures to delight and add to this exceptional experience.

Accommodation on offer is studio cabins, suites, family & group accommodation, unpowered and powered sites.  Please note: powered sites are maximum 9 metres in length and large caravans cannot be accommodated.


We have a lodge store which caters to our campers with basic food provisions and toiletries.  We also have a restaurant open from 8:30 am in the morning.
CMCA User
 15/11/2017
Expensive and the sites are so small it is a disgrace and a long way to facilities for a $1.00 shower. Hardly had room on a powered site to put chairs out between us and the RV next door. The Derwent Bridge Hotel I believe allows stays at rear probably for self sufficient rigs but worth checking. The Wall is a must see outside Derwent Bridge maybe passing through. The cruise on the lake was very good but not cheap either.

CMCA User
 03/12/2015
We stayed in the Caravan Park which more accurately could be described as a bush camp with sites self-selected between the tall trees. There were no sullage points and we were alarmed to see campers running their grey water towards the lake. The powered sites (expensive) were just power cords strung from tree to tree with power points screwed to trees. While the site was quite nice the facilities were marginal.
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Powered Site $39.00
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Unpowered Site $33.00
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