Strathgordon is set deep within the Tasmanian wilderness on the banks of Lake Pedder, surrounded by a spectacular landscape packed with adventure activities, and with a secret history to share.

Located on the edge of Tasmania’s World Heritage Wilderness Area, Strathgordon is literally the place at the end of the road. From here, civilisation ends and there is only amazing nature to explore.

It also sits on the edge of Lake Pedder, Australia’s largest freshwater lake and water catchment system. A key part of Tasmania’s hydroelectric scheme, this massive lake is also accessible for trout fishing, kayaking and swimming.

These are spectacular surrounds – with vast expanses of water, forested islands, distant snowy peaks and a peaceful quiet. The drive on from Maydena to Strathgordon is itself an adventure as it passes through stunning scenery in this wilderness area.