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Explore Cradle Mountain in Tasmania
Cradle Mountain is in central Tasmania and is an iconic landmark in the state.
One of Tasmania’s most iconic natural landmarks, located in the heart of the stunning Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park.
Lake St Clair National Park is a pristine wilderness area located in the heart of Tasmania. The park encompasses Lake St Clair, the deepest natural freshwater lake in Australia, as well as a diverse range of alpine landscapes, dense forests, and rolling hills. Visitors to the park can explore a range of hiking trails, from leisurely strolls to challenging treks, with opportunities to spot unique wildlife such as wombats, wallabies, and platypus.
The park is also a popular destination for fishing, canoeing, and boating, with its clear waters providing the perfect backdrop for a range of water-based activities. With its stunning natural beauty and diverse range of activities, Lake St Clair National Park is a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Tasmania’s wilderness.
The mountain itself stands at over 1,500 meters high and is surrounded by an array of hiking trails, lakes, and forests. It is also home to an abundance of wildlife, including wombats, wallabies, and Tasmanian devils. Visitors to Cradle Mountain can take part in a range of activities, from hiking and trekking to wildlife spotting and photography.
With its breathtaking natural beauty and unique wildlife, Cradle Mountain is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Tasmania.
The mountain stands tall over Dove Lake creating a picturesque mountain setting. The mountain is often snow-capped in winter adding to the charm as walk on the many tracks in the area.
Cradle Mountain is easily accessed and you will walk around the lake and onto the mountain proper depending on the weather conditions on your tour of the area.
All tours that include the west coast of Tasmania will stop at Cradle Mountain.
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5 Day Hobart to Hobart Tasmania TourExplore amazing waterfalls, beautiful hiking tracks, mountains, dramatic coastlines, and the quaint but quirky towns of Tasmania.
Explore amazing waterfalls, beautiful hiking tracks, mountains, dramatic coastlines, and the quaint but quirky towns of Tasmania.$795
3 Day Wild West Hobart To Launceston TourHighlights include exploring the Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, walking at the base of the tallest trees in Australia, witnessing unspoilt ancient wilderness in the Tarkine and driving along one of the country’s most scenic roads.
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