Lake St Clair

The deepest freshwater lake in Australia.
Jasmine Crittenden
May 26, 2020

Overview

Lake St Clair — found in the southern section of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in Tassie — took two million years to form, via slow-moving glaciers. Of all the freshwater lakes in Australia, it's the deepest, at 160 metres.

There are many ways to experience this watery wonder, from short walks to multi-day camping expeditions. If you like a little luxury with your wilderness experience, then a stay at Pumphouse Point or Lake St Clair Lodge might be the way to go.

Images: Jason Charles Hill via Tourism Tasmania

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