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About Tarraleah Lodge


Tarraleah Lodge is part of the Tarraleah Estate, a holiday destination providing a range of self-contained and luxury accommodation choices including a range of dining and function spaces.  Perched at the top of an escarpment, the Estate offers a stunning location for a large choice of self-guided and guided activities including walks, highland cow feeding, kayaking, fly-fishing and mountain biking.


It’s location in the heart of Tasmania’s Highlands, only 1.5 hours drive from Hobart and 2-hours from Launceston, makes it ideal for a couple’s getaway, group short stay holiday or corporate retreat.  For those holidaying in Tasmania, it’s a perfect mid-way accommodation option along the Lyell Highway between Hobart and Lake St Clair, Strahan and Cradle Mountain. 

Tarraleah History

Unique History


During your stay you will learn of Tarraleah Estates intriguing history.  Built originally by the Hydro Electric Commission in the 1930s as a township and home for the skilled tradesman, engineers and their families, it was integral in the completion of the Tarraleah Hydroelectric development.


The Lodge was the centrepiece of the settlement, built with no money spared to accommodate some of the worlds most elite hydroelectric engineers and company directors.  Fully restored in 2007 it features superb craftsmanship and stunning art deco design winning it many accolades including Conde Nests Coolest Hotel in the world.


For more information on the Tarraleah Estate and its history visit www.tarraleah.com



By booking directly with us you can take advantage of our best price guaranteed, special packages and that extra personal touch to make your stay unforgettable.  Found a better price? Please contact us.