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Locality and Activities

Lake Leake is the name of both a lake and a small township in the eastern highlands of Tasmania and has a population of 176.

Back in the 1880s, named after Charles Henry Leake, a member of the Tasmanian Legislative council, this lake was created to supply water to the township of Campbell Town. Today it is a premium trout water, regularly stocked with Brown and Rainbow Trout, offering some of Tasmania’s best early and late season wet fly-fishing.

Turn north off the B34, 34km east of Campbell Town or 30km west of the Tasman Highway(A3), Drive 4km along an unsealed access road to Lake Leake Inn and Lake Leake.

pool room 1600x1200 (15)
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We can cater For every event

Functions, Weddings, Buck’s and Hen’s nights, Engagements, Birthdays, Corporate and Club events and Family get togethers.

Ice available, SWOP and GO Gas bottles

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Meetus Falls

A majestic, tall waterfall plunging the Cygnet river into the gorge below. The walking track to the viewing platform is a 15 minute round trip, but is a little steep in places.

Lost Falls

A tall waterfall that flows seasonally only. The viewing platform is a short walk from the car park. Awesome in flood.

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National Parks

Freycinet National Park

The projects majestic beauty of Freycinet’s granite mountains and white, sandy beaches have also long been admired by naturalists, artists and writers. Don’t miss the opportunity to stop in at Freycinet National Park.

Tooms Lake Conservation Area

Tooms Lake is the name of both a lake and a village. Tooms Lake has always been a very good, if underrated, water, but over the last ten years it has fished extraordinarily well and visitation has increased dramatically.

Long Marsh Conservation Area

Long Marsh Dam constructions started in 1842 and were abandoned in 1844. The remains of the convict village and construction site is spread over a large area so take the time to explore.

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East Coast Wine Route

A half an hour drive from Lake Leake lands you in the middle of this route. Tasmania now produces naturally elegant cool climate wines including pinot noir, riesling,chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, cabernet sauvignon, pinot gris gewurztraminer and sparkling wines. Take your time to enjoy.