Central Plateau Wilderness
Why take this tour?
Raw and rugged alpine wilderness meets comfort and luxury at Thousand Lakes Lodge in the Central Plateau region of Tasmania's UNESCO World Heritage Area. Discover the Central Plateau's bountiful lakes, rivers, and tarns, filled with an abundance of native wildlife. A guided experience awaits you, with E-bike adventures, nature walks, wildlife spotting and stargazing, completed with gourmet meals crafted from local Tasmanian produce and wines. Located in Tasmania’s alpine central highlands World Heritage Area, Thousand Lakes Lodge is a place like no other - a wilderness accommodation unlike anything else in Australia. Formerly used as an Antarctic Training Base, explore the surrounding raw and rugged landscape of the highland’s Central Plateau, knowing you can retreat to the luxurious comfort of the scenic lodge (the highest lodge in Tasmania).
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Before you book
Duration: 3 days
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regular temperature checks for staff
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
The health and wellbeing of our guests, staff and our community is our primary focus. Our COVID-19 safety protocols comply with government and industry standards and we will provide you with peace of mind so that you can travel confidently.
If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
Under Down Under specialises in small group tours throughout Tasmania. With the largest range of tours; we provide visitors with a hassle free, and eco friendly way to experience the state on a budget. Our tours have a focus on sharing adventures through Tasmania's Wilderness with like minded travellers, and showing you what makes Tasmania such a great place!
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