When packing for your escape to Cradle Mountain, keep in mind that the region has very changeable weather. Make sure that you’re prepared for the cold and the sunny glare – so a warm fleece as well as shorts and … Read the rest
Seeing a wombat is high on the list of most visitors to Cradle Mountain National Park.
Somehow, these funny, furry little creatures have endeared themselves and everyone hopes to catch a glimpse of a solid, squat, bearlike body, covered in … Read the rest
If you are researching self contained cabin accommodation in the Cradle Mountain area then Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages are well worth investigating. These secluded, fully self contained, self catering and private cottages are just on the edge of the National … 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!