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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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Cynthia Bay

LAKE ST CLAIR

 

The southern end of Lake St Clair is not as attractive as it's counterpart at the northern end of the park - Dove Lake below Cradle Mountain.  However, there is a very picturesque short drive to Pump House Point providing sweeping views from Mt King William to Mt Olympus and beyond.  The image on the right includes Mt Rufus on the left and Mt Hugel on the right.  The turn off is a few kilometres south of the visitors centre. 

 
 

The visitors centre at Cynthia Bay on Lake St Clair.  There is a very good licenced restraunt here.  There is also ample accommodation at Lake St Clair and at nearby Derwent Bridge.

The better walks are at the northern end of the lake.  A ferry service is available.  Mt Rufus at the southern end is a spectacular walk but a very long day walk.