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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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LAKE RHONA
SCOTT'S PEAK
SCOTT'S PEAK GALLERY
STRATHGORDON
UPPER FLORENTINE
SOUTH WEST WILDERNESS

 

 


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LAKE PEDDER & Lake Rhona

About an hours drive beyond Mt Field National Park is Strathgordon between Lake Gordon and 'new' Lake Pedder.  The subject of one of the most controversial failed conservation fights in Australia's history, the new lake Pedder flooded the very beautiful 'old' Lake Pedder.  The equivalent of flooding Wineglass Bay today.  Despite this, the new lake is stunning - particularly on a fine day.  Also an anglers paradise.  And no walking is needed to appreciate the area.  Some of the prettiest mountain scenery in Australia.

www.lakepedderanglersclub.com

 

 
 

LAKE RHONA

2 or 3 day wilderness walk. Access via the Florentine Valley 

LAKE PEDDER

Mt Anne, Scotts Peak Road.

 

 
   
     
   

 

The above sign at the Strathgordon lookout provides a good description of the development and ecology of the area.  The picture on the sign is the original Lake Pedder.

http://www.abc.net.au/time/episodes/ep14.htm

 

also

http://www.lakepedder.org/

http://www.rankin.com.au/essay7.htm

 

RIGHT: Lake Pedder from the Serpentine Dam