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Cradle Mountain Tasmania Travel Guide

Planning to visit Cradle Mountain on your Tasmanian holiday and need some simple help?

  • You dream of an adventure at Cradle Mountain exploring the wilderness, meeting the local wildlife, shooting great photographs, making the most  of your precious time.
  • In reality, you arrive with no idea what to do,  missing the best bits while you hunt through brochures or queue at the visitor’s information centre working out what to do.  Before you know it, it’s time to move on and you wish you had seen ……

What if you had a  map, a guide book and some tips so you could get the most out of your visit?

Knowing where to go and what to see on your visit to Cradle Mountain saves time.  It helps you enjoy the best of this beautiful World Heritage National Park, hassle free. You will have time to relax, have a drink or enjoy a short walk and photograph  the native animals.

Many visitors to Tasmania only schedule an overnight stop at Cradle Mountain.  Time is tight and there is much to see.  That’s why we have created a  guide that shows you our top five things to do at Cradle Mountain.

And it’s free!


Connect with us well before your holiday and let us do the work for you. We know the best bits of Cradle Mountain and Tasmania and  love to share these secrets with you.

Once you register you will immediately receive:

Free guide – 5 Things to Do at Cradle Mountain

This short guide is packed full of useful information and ideas to make the most of your time while visiting Cradle Mountain.  Whether it is spotting a wombat, finding a platypus or exploring some of Tasmania’s wilderness, this guide is a great resource for any visitor.

Free Cradle Mountain Day walk and sightseeing map

The specially designed map compliments the guide showing you where to see wombats or platypus, where to take children or gives you the right track up to Cradle Mountain.

Free eMagazine

A couple of days after you receive your guide and map, we will email you a copy of your Welcome to Cradle Mountain eMagazine. This short introductory edition is just a taste of the full version we send out every few weeks.  It is full of fantastic, useful information to help you make the most of your Tasmanian holiday.

That’s a promise,

Frank and Sue Wall
Cradle Mountain.net

10 Comments »

  • Indira said:

    We really loved our family holiday in Tasmania, it was great to all get away together and have a break. We were not sure if they (the kids are 8 and 10) would walk too far during our time at Cradle Mountain but showing them the animal pics in your mag got em out and looking for wild animals!

    We saw wombats, wallabys and even an echidna. Thanks so much for that and the map. It told us just where to look and we had a great holiday.

    Indira

  • Clarice said:

    Wow, so much stuff and such beautiful pictures. We are visiting Cradle Mountain in September and this is a real help working out what to do and where to go.
    Can’s wait to get the free magazine.
    Clarice

  • Cradle Mountain Tasmania: Travel Guide & eMagazine | think-tasmania.com said:

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  • Mike said:

    Thanks for the great guide and map, I can’t believe it’s free!

    I’m off to Tasmania soon, can’t wait to hike around the area.

  • Frank (author) said:

    Thanks Mike,
    Really pleased you enjoyed it. You should love hiking the area, just make sure you take some warm clothes and good strong shoes or boots!

  • Frank (author) said:

    Hi Clarice,
    Thanks for dropping by! Glad you liked the pictures in the guide, Dennis and Adam are great! September at Cradle Mountain will be fun. Might still be a bit of snow around. The next free magazine is out in early May.

    Best wishes

  • Lollu said:

    Cradle Mountain Travel Guide…

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  • Penny said:

    Thanks you so much for this information.

    The articles in the free magazine are so interesting and made us decide to explore lots of different places in Tasmania.

    Can’t wait for the next one so we can add things to our must see and do list in Tasmania .

    Penny

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  • yee ken said:

    Hi Frank

    Thanks the info is great. But we coming in late August…winter, appreciate you can share with us your winter experience at Cradle Mountain.

    Cheers
    Keh

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