Welcome to Blue Lake Lodge on Arthurs Lake in the beautiful highlands of central Tasmania. Blue Lake Lodge is a stunningly appointed lodge for trout fishing or just relaxing. It caters for six people in three rooms of modern, spacious luxury and is secluded on 200 acres overlooking the famous Arthurs Lake.
All rooms have uninterrupted views of the lake and free wireless internet access is available around the lodge. All rooms have reverse-cycle air-conditioning with separate bath and shower in each ensuite custom-made king-size beds in lovely Tasmanian timbers, electric blankets, beautiful linen and warm doonas.
The main lodge has a modern, fully contained kitchen, a large open fireplace together with a lounge and dining room also in Tasmanian timbers. An enormous sundeck overlooks the lake, making it the perfect place to enjoy coffee in the morning, read during the day, or simply relax in the evening.
The Lake teems with the tenacious Wild Brown Trout, and guided fly fishing at the lodge caters for both the experienced and novice fly fisher, either from the shore or from sport fishing boats. You may even come across Wallabies, Deer, Quolls, Wombats, and possibly a Tasmanian Devil. It’s all there at Blue Lake Lodge.
An experience like no other
Wilderness without comparison
This is Tasmania’s most popular trout fishery, receiving more anglers and more angler effort than any other water in the State. Damming the Upper Lake River and flooding the area that originally…
Wild brown trout are the only species of trout recorded at Arthurs Lake and this has been the case since the 1960’s. Arthurs Lake is known for its good catch rate of wild brown trout…
Fly fishing is an angling method in which an artificial “fly” is used to catch fish. The fly is cast using a fly rod, reel, and specialized weighted line. Casting a nearly weightless fly…
Blue Lake Lodge sits on 200 acres of pristine Tasmanian bushland and offers many bushing walking tracks for the novice to the advanced. Just some of the tracks…
Angling is a method of fishing by means of an “angle” (fish hook). The hook is usually attached to a fishing line and the line is often attached to a fishing rod. Fishing rods are…
Blue Lake Lodge’s 200 acre property has an abundance of Tasmanian wildlife… you can even come Echidna’s and possibly a Tasmanian Devil…
Blue Lake lodge can offer and half and full day guided fishing, this includes a professional fly fishing guide, a specialised sport fishing boat, all equipment, and packed lunch.
A lake and a lodge
Blue Lake Lodge Location
Transfers to the lodge are available from Hobart or Launceston, the rate is $300 for a return trip. Maximum 4 people.
Arthurs Lake is situated 952 metres above sea level, and is roughly 95km from Launceston and 127km from Hobart.
How to get to Blue Lake Lodge
Blue Lake Lodge is near the south western corner of Arthurs Lake.
Travel along Poatina Road B51 turning on to Arthurs Lake Road C525 (gravel).
Approximately 400 metres along Arthurs Lake Road you will notice a small shop, with the lodge driveway being another 2 km from this point.
You will see Blue Lake Lodge signs on both sides of the road. Turn left into the private road where you will find the gate is normally shut has blue posts and a small Blue Lake Lodge sign. Drive 2km and you will arrive at the lodge.
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