We visited here briefly. It is a beautiful place. There are walking and hiking tracks. Public facilities and a restaurant and bar.
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I agree: the ferry's operator gave us a wonderful tour and didn't rush us. The scenery was great. We caught the ferry at Cynthia Bay and did the round trip.
I didn't bother to write a review of Cradle Mtn as it is so over commercialised and on everyone's "must do" list in Tasmania. We were underwhelmed. We were looking forward to Lake St Clair as we had camped here many years ago and thoroughly...More
With changes in the light, altering the colours of the view, it was difficult not to keep taking photo after photo of the gorgeous lake surrounded by cloud shrouded peaks and valleys.
Weather was perfect which made our stay easy. Lake was beautiful and camp ground pleasant enough. The visitors centre is very informative. Everything was adequate. Down side lots of people, a bit too touristy. Be careful of snakes (nearly stepped on one at lake edge)...More
Stopped here briefly after completing Overland trek.Such a serene spot and the lake is stunning.Had a dip which was very refreshing and had a yummy ice-cream from the cafe.Its a beautiful area.I would have liked to have spent longer looking around and maybe do the...More
The final 10km of the Overland Track ends at the Lake Saint Clair visitor centre. To do just this section take the ferry from near the visitor centre to Echo Point and walk back. Ferry tickets are available from the Lodge next to the visitor...More
Lake St.Clair has some nice walking tracks in and around the lake. We did the Watersmeet and Platypus Bay walk and then took the Aboriginal track back to the information centre. It’s a little scenic in parts. You have the chance to see a number...More