Last week, a guest came to the desk looking for information on Lake St Clair. They were under the impression that they could drive through Cradle Mountain National Park and reach Lake St Clair. This would involve somehow finding a … Read the rest
“This must be a national park for the people, for all time. It is magnificent and people must know about it and enjoy it”
How unbelievably lucky are we that get to spend the majority of our time … Read the rest
A terrific way to explore Tasmania is by a guided walking trip.
By choosing to do a guided walk, your company will handle all of the organizational aspects of the tour and deliver to you, the client a professionally researched … Read the rest
One of my favourite things about Cradle Mountain is the people.
Not just the wonderful people I work with, or the rest of our fabulously passionate resident Cradle Mountain community, but the visitors, too. The random strangers who become part … Read the rest
Wombats with their babies are a special sight while visiting Cradle Mountain National Park.
There are many opportunities to see and photograph wombats in the wilderness. Access is often close to the edge of the National Park or even around … Read the rest
Do you dream of getting married in the wilderness?
Does your idea of the perfect wedding day include fresh air and nature’s wonders?
If so, then you’ll want to have your wedding at Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park.
At … Read the rest
The Enchanted Walk is a lovely 30 minute short walk that is perfect to get a taste of what Cradle Mountain National Park has to offer.
This enchanting and gentle little walk has everything!
It begins at the bridge near … Read the rest
At the back of Cradle Mountain is an iconic Tasmanian bushwalking hut.
Iconic because of it’s design and sad history.
Many huts in Tasmania have their history in trapping or mineral exploration. Scott Kilvert has a darker, sad history and … Read the rest
In the wild of Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park is a rare bird species.
With only 130 breeding pairs across the whole of Tasmania, the Wedge Tailed Eagle is endangered. Endangered by loss of habitat, collisions and … Read the rest