Central Highland Lakes
Some interior parts of the Central Highlands are accessible by foot.
Areas like Derwent, Forth, Mersey and Gordon Rivers were converted to
hydro electric power production.
There are also areas that have been designated as National Parks like
the Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park. It is 126 205 ha rugged
mountain peaks and alpine moorland. Motorists have the option to visit
either Lake St Clair to the south or Cradle Mountain to the north. It
usually takes four to five days walk from the Cradles Mountain to the
Lake St Clair for almost 85 km.
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is accessible in central
Tasmania and the facilities are free. The waters are good source of