Little Blue Lake, South Mount Cameron

#50 of 94 in Nature in Tasmania
Geologic Formation · Hidden Gem · Water Body
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  • Just a short drive from Gladstone. Good signage and no walking required. The colour of the water is the attraction. It really has strong colours and worth stopping for a look. Especially brilliant in....  more »
  • So beautiful worth the drive you need to see it to get the for experience and the frogs in the distance sounds unique too.  more »
  • One of those off the beaten track little Tasmanian treasures that if you blink you may miss, Little Blue Lake is the most astonishing teal blue. Well worth a stop if in the area.
  • A natural phenomenon resulting from the pioneering mining days of South Mount Cameron and the surrounding areas of the Far North East of Tasmania. Originally a mine hole, the lake reflects a vivid aqua blue from the minerals in its base. Follow the "Trail of the Tin Dragon" for a fascinating insight to a completely different perspective if this region!

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