Lake St Clair Lodge has provided accommodation to visitors and explorers in Cynthia Bay for almost 30 years, though as one of the first holiday locations in Tasmania, our location has inspired many a traveller.
We offer a premium experience in pristine and rugged wilderness. Breathe the cleanest air in the world on the shore of Australia’s deepest lake, relax and experience the vitality of nature from one of over 40 well appointed cabins.
We know that many of our guests are seeking a clean and healthy environment which is free from harsh chemicals. Our housekeeping team are trained to prepare your cabin without the use of toxic chemicals or scents. And for guests seeking that extra something, for a small charge we can prepare your cabin using the latest in ultraviolet disinfection technology, sanitising your cabin to a level comparable with world leading health care facilities.
Our philosophy of natural sustainable wellness extends into our nutritional offerings, with our Restaurant and Café offering fully organic menu choices designed to promote the best of locally grown, seasonal, Tasmanian produce. Consider lingering at our bar where you will be acquainted with the highest quality Tasmanian beers, wines and spirits. The options seem endless.
Regardless of your choice for accommodation and nutrition, staying at Lake St Clair Lodge, will set you up for exploring the mountains, forests and peaks to be found on both day and multi-day walks.
CURRENT OPENING TIMES:
Café & Bar*
Monday to Sunday – 8am to 8pm
Wednesday to Sunday – from 6pm
- 20 October and 24 November, the restaurant will operate Thursday to Sunday
- 25 November – the restaurant will be closed
Note: these opening hours are indicative only. Hot kitchen service (or espresso coffee machine availability) may be impacted due to a number of reasons including power outages, water outages, shortage of suitable staff etc as well as other impacts related to the government imposed covid restrictions (state & national). We expect to return to normal as soon as the impacts of these restrictions are alleviated .