Currawong Lakes

Outstanding trout fishing, birdwatching, peace and tranquility make this little known private fishing retreat with its brilliant location in Tasmania's East Coast Highlands a stunning haven for anglers and especially those with a keen interest in birding and wildlife.  Currawong Lakes really delivers the whole Tasmanian package.  Red spinners start hatching in late October and continue through to the end of the Tasmanian fy fishing season in late March.  The private wild trout fishery offers anglers the chance to fish for Rainbow and Brow trout that will pose for photos worthy of a place atop your mantelpiece for decades to come. Ten years of rehabilitation have also done wonders for reestablishing the population of birds and animals at Currawong Lakes.  Accommodation is in self contained cabins nestled amidst the forest, overlooking the lakes. with two or four bedrooms, full kitchen, wood fires, verandahs and BBQs and its own restaurant, you couldn't want for more.  Currawong Lakes is within an easy distance of many of Tasmania's most iconic spots such as Wineglass Bay and the Tamar Wine Route, and the city of Launceston.