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    Western Tasmania

    Tasmania’s west is known for its wilderness landscapes – temperate rain forests and alpine plains, mountains and glacial valleys, wild rivers and windswept coasts. Lesser known are the human stories of the Western Wilds: tales of survival, endurance, folly and grand vision that live on in local memory and heritage streetscapes. Take a steam train through the rainforest, haunt a ghost town and chat with locals. Lake St Claire is home to one of Tasmania’s most impressive historical boutique hotel conversions. Boasting spectacular 360 degree views of a Tasmanian World Heritage Area, this secluded destination is every bit the exclusive travel experience.

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    Lake St Claire
    Lake St Claire

    Lake St Claire is home to one of Tasmania's most impressive historical boutique hotel conversions. Boasting spectacular 360 degree views of a Tasmanian World Heritage Area, this secluded destination is every bit the exclusive travel experience. Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, with its ancient rainforests and alpine heaths, is home to the world-famous Overland Track and iconic Cradle Mountain. The vegetation is rich and diverse including grassland, rainforest and many ancient plants such as the long-lived and endemic King Billy pine and the unusual native deciduous beech.

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