Lake St Clair milkyway in the night sky
Lake St Clair Autumn night sky (photograph: Luke O'Brien)

Lake St Clair camping

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Safety alert: Walker registration and COVID safety
Applies from 8/7/2020

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Walkers and campers need to register to undertake multi-day walks on the Overland Track​,​ and at Frenchmans Cap, Arm River, Pine Valley, Scott-Kilvert Hut, Waterfall Valley tent platform, Mount Anne Circuit, Farmhouse Creek Track and the​ Walls of Jerusalem.  

For the complete list of walks with registration in place see the Overnight walker registration​​ page. Alternatively, go to each walk page to register. 

Some locations have huts which are open with limited capacity. For further information on keeping yourself and others safe, see the COVID-19 safety information​ page.​

Last reviewed 3/2/2022 09:44 AM

A valid parks pass is required for entry to Tasmania's national parks.
Hut    Caravan/Campervan   

​​Latest fee details available on the Lake St Clair Tourist Park website ​


​Bookings can be made through the Lake St Cla​ir Tourist Park website

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​In the heart of Tasmania’s beautiful Wilderness World Heritage Area, Lake St Clair offers a number of accommodation options, all of which provide a great base for visitors exploring the area.

There are powered and unpowered camping spots available at the lakeside. These are sheltered sites, nestled in the trees, and are suitable for tents, caravans and small motorhomes.

​The campsite amenities include a basic kitchen, toilets, hot showers and laundry facilities. There is a small charge for usage: for up to date fees please check the ​Lake St Clair Tourist Park website.

Basic bunkhouse style accommodation is also available. This is in keeping with the style of the Overland Track’s timber huts, and offers basic heating, electric power and lighting. Shared berths, or more private twin and double room options can be booked.

​There is a café and restaurant onsite.