Twin Lakes Sporting Retreat

Twin Lakes Sporting Retreat is set on 3000 acres at Nugent in southeast Tasmania and offers a world-class trout fly fishing experience for anglers who are just starting out, right through to the highly experienced. With the choice of two well-stocked dams, fisherman have the option to do guided fly fishing with the owner or go it alone. Both dams are stocked with rainbow and brown trout along with brook trout, tiger trout and Atlantic salmon.
Twin Lakes also has a fully self contained cottage for anglers or holidaymakers, in general, looking for the tranquillity of a country escape. The cottage sits secluded on the banks of one of Twin Lakes trout dams that visitors are free to fish at their whim. It is a fully renovated three bedroom retreat with a cosy wood heater and outdoor spa. From the super soft king size beds in two of the three rooms to the wrap around wooden veranda to enjoy a sundowner on, you will be guaranteed of leaving rested and revitalised It is the perfect escape for families or couples alike.
Along with fishing Twin Lakes offers a great opportunity for mountain biking enthusiasts and bushwalkers alike with many kilometres of dirt tracks winding through eucalypt forest. Twin Lakes is also a perfect base for exploring Tasmania’s South East.

Contact Details

2413 Nugent Road
Buckland, 7190


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