Thousand Lakes is a place like no other. It is remote and barren yet beautiful and unique. The lodge is home to 10 premium accommodation rooms, with a communal dining and lounging room, and an additional lounge room for quiet reflection or private events.
With a vaulted ceiling, a roaring double fireplace, and a larder of fine treats and Tasmanian craft beer and wine, guests can gaze at the rugged highland plains from within the warm comforts of the Lodge. It has the capacity to host 40 guests, two comfortable lounge areas, and the option to have a catered experience.
The lodge is set upon a unique landscape: vast, rugged flat land covered in scrub with lakes interspersed throughout, giving the surrounding area the name Nineteen Lagoons. Angling and trout fishing enthusiasts descend on the region, lured by fishing and alpine air.
The Lodge is located in Central Plateau World Heritage Area. To the west are the Walls of Jerusalem, to the east the Great Lake and, as the name suggests, it is the ideal base for exploring the region known as the land of a thousand lakes. Only 90 minutes from Launceston and 2 hours from Hobart, it’s a stunning drive which is accessible almost all year round.