Tarraleah

History buffs will love Tarraleah. This town was once home to thousands of workers on the region’s great Hydro-Electric power schemes.

Tarraleah

Once a town for many thousands of workers on the region’s great Hydro-Electric power schemes, Tarraleah has been resurrected to its former glory. Originally built in the 1930’s

The village now has several cottages that are furnished once again in Art Deco Style, it has its own hot-tub bathhouse in an adjacent chalet that opens to views across the River Nive, this is a truly stunning location.

Visitor Information

Lake St Clair National Park
Derwent Bridge TAS 7140
Phone: 03 6289 1172
Fax: 03 6289 1227

Open: Daily 8.15 am – 4.45 pm

Accommodation

Lake St Clair and surrounds offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, including self-contained cottage accommodation, hotel accommodation, chalet park accommodation, bed and breakfast accommodation and caravan park accommodation.

Motor Homes

Self-contained motor homes and caravans can stay overnight at Lake St Clair Wilderness Resort and Tarraleah.

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