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Welcome to Cradle Mountain and Tasmania. What a place!

Rugged, wild, spectacular and a great place for an adventure.

Where is Cradle Mountain? Right on the edge of the World Heritage Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania.  Cradle Mountain is 2-2.5 hours drive from Launceston, 4.5- 5 hours from Hobart or 1.5 – 2 hours drive from Devonport.

For your information, distances when, driving in Tasmania, are usually in time rather than kilometers because the roads are windy and driving conditions slow. Visit this page for driving directions to Cradle Mountain from Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, Strahan and Burnie.

Tasmania Cradle Mountain travel guide
Image: Adam Holbrook – Wilderness Photography of Tasmania

This site is designed to share with you some spectacular scenery, delightful wildlife encounters, beautiful day walks and special places to enjoy while you visit the Cradle Mountain National Park.  In addition we let you explore Tasmania with recommended places to visit, fantastic activities and our secret “must do” tourism destinations.

We have sourced some of the world’s best images of this beautiful, pristine place and hope you enjoy the magnificent scenery you will enjoy on your visit. Cradle Mountain National Park, and in fact the whole of Tasmania,  is a magic and exciting place to have some wild experiences or to enjoy some pampering at one of the luxury hotels. What ever you decide to do on your next vacation, make sure Cradle Mountain and Tasmania are on your “must do” list, you won’t regret it!

If you have any questions about visiting Cradle Mountain or want the inside scoop on planning the best Tasmanian holiday, please contact us, we would love to help!

One Comment »

  • David said:

    Back in the 70s I did a uni vacation job with the NPAWS at Cradle – building tracks etc. I remember this guy who was setting off on the Overland with a pack of sandwiches and wearing flip-flops. We gave him the reality check.

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