Craggy landscapes, swift-flowing rivers, glassy lakes, skillful fly fishing and the ever-present history of hydro-electric schemes will draw you in to explore.
Derwent Bridge is a small settlement only 5 kilometres from Lake St. Clair. It is the halfway point on the drive between Hobart and Strahan and is the Gateway to the Western Wilderness.
Lake St Clair lies at the southern end of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
The township of Bronte Park once had a police station, post office, school, cinema, hospital, dairy and a church.
History buffs will love Tarraleah. This town was once home to thousands of workers on the region’s great Hydro-Electric power schemes.