Lake St Clair, or Leeawuleena, at the southern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, is perhaps best known for being the end of the famous Overland Track. Nowdays, most Overland walkers catch the ferry out from Narcissus Hut, avoiding the last days wander along the estern shore of the lake.

While it is fairly popular with folks who have sea kayaks, it is one of the great secrets for those who want to tour in open canoes, with easy road access, lots of great campsites, and a big patch of open water.

There are some images from a recent trip here.