It’s a funny thing when you visit an area frequently. You become blind to road signs and advertising hoardings. You are on task and just want to get to your destination. In other words, you miss things that might just … Read the rest
Snow can arrive at any time at Cradle Mountain and the dumps can be huge! This year winter arrived with a vengeance in late May with a terrific fall of snow.
Most Cradle Mountain accommodation has great heating and the … Read the rest
At 1,617m altitude, Mount Ossa is Tasmania’s highest summit, set deep within the untamed wilderness of Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park. A couple of days’ walk from the nearest road, the peak can be considered remote. Yet … Read the rest
If you are searching for a list of activities to enjoy while visiting Cradle Mountain Tasmania here are 15 different ideas to help you get the most out of your visit to the National Park.
Think wilderness and wildlife. Think … Read the rest
Cradle Mountain has camping facilities for a totally wild outdoor holiday.
While camping is not allowed in the National Park, there is a very good private campground in a picturesque bush setting an easy two minute walk from the park entrance.
Cradle Mountain Tourist Park and Campground (formerly Cosy Cabins) has tent sites for $25 – $30, all tucked away in quiet bush alcoves. Camping near Cradle Mountain is a great budget friendly option, especially in the warmer months between November and March. Outside these months, be prepared for some chilly nights and possibly snow!