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Passing through the Derwent Valley, the highway leads you up into the Central Highlands The Central Highlands region is spectacular, an area teeming with highland lakes brimming with trout, changing fagus leaves in autumn, and snow capped peaks and frosted forests in winter.
The Central Highlands are home to a World Heritage Area and two national parks. It’s the birthplace of Tasmania’s Hydro-Electric power system, and home to some of Tasmania’s best walks (part of the Overland Track), trout fishing, culture (Stories of early pioneers have been carved into Huon pine at the Wall in the Wilderness), and luxury (the remarkable Pumphouse Point).
During your stay in the Central Highlands, don’t miss Lake St Clair and Pumphouse Point, the sparkling Great Lake, which stretches from the fishing settlement of Miena to Breona in the north, breathtaking waterfalls like Russel Falls, and Mt Field National Park; featuring some of the best walks that Tasmania has to offer.