Thousand Lakes Lodge

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Angler Fishing, Thousand Lakes Lodge

Angler Fishing, Thousand Lakes Lodge [©Brad Harris]

Comfortable Lounges in front of the fireplace, Thousand Lakes Lodge
Stunning Sunsets, Thousand Lakes Lodge
Exterior Shot of the Lodge, Thousand Lakes Lodge
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1247 Lake Augusta Road
Liawenee TAS 7030
Australia

Thousand Lakes Lodge is a boutique lodge sitting next to the amazing Lake Augusta in the Central Highlands World Heritage Area of Tasmania.

In this rugged environment; one minute serene, the next wild, there is a safe haven a place that is warm, welcoming, comfortable and friendly.

Thousand Lakes Wilderness Lodge is the gateway to your Tasmanian alpine, Central Highlands and World Heritage Area wilderness experience, whether you walk, fish, bird watch, are relaxing, or escaping, your senses will be a buzz.

Smell the crisp air, feel spongy moss underfoot, taste the fresh stream water touch the ancient dolerite boulders and see the wildlife and ever changing weather.

The World Heritage is an area defined as a free-walking zone, so you are not confined to boardwalks or set trails, you are free to explore and discover as much or as little of the highlands and make it you own.

If fishing is your passion or you want to experience catching your first Tasmanian fighting trout, you have the choice of a Thousand Lakes to try your luck in Australia’s premier Western Lakes wild trout fishery. A range of guided fishing packages with Tasmania's best trout fishing guides including Christopher Bassano and his guiding team is available..

 

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