Pedder Wilderness Lodge

Southwest Tasmania is one of the most beautiful places on Earth: vast and diverse, wild yet accessible. Pedder Wilderness Lodge sits on the edge of Lake Pedder, surrounded by the Southwest National Park and within easy reach of the ancient rainforests, sprawling button grass plains, towering mountains and white-sand beaches that make up Tasmania’s largest National Park and World Heritage Area. The diversity of this region is unparalleled.

As the only permanent facility in the whole Southwest National Park area built to house and support the Hydro staff for the iconic Gordon Dam, Pedder Wilderness Lodge is a perfect place to base yourself for some of the area’s most amazing walks and hikes, which are all within easy reach. From Mt Anne and Mt Eliza, to the Port Davey Track and the distant South Coast, to short walks across the Gordon Dam or a stroll in the rainforest directly across from the lodge, there is something for everyone.

The lounge and bar are perfect places to relax and watch the splendour and majesty of Lake Pedder and the Frankland Range, with views that change by the minute, all from the comfort of your armchair. With log fires in their main lounge and an open fire in the Chesterfield Room, it’s a perfect place to catch up with friends, new and old, and share a story or a glass or two. For the business traveller, they also provide a conference room and for all their guests, a recreation centre with a gym and a 30 metre heated indoor pool.

The management at Pedder Wilderness Lodge believe dining should be an integral part of your wilderness getaway experience, so they source local produce wherever possible and pair it with local wines and beers in their Twelvetrees restaurant to make your dining experience a superb and memorable one.

Gordon River Rd, Strathgordon TAS 7139
p: 03 6280 1166
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