Bring your family or loved one to stay at Discovery Parks - Cradle Mountain located on the perimeter of the World-Heritage listed Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park and immerse yourself in a true wilderness experience. There are plenty of day and night hikes and walking tours available and at the end of a day's exploring you can return to the comfort of our holiday park's warming gas log fires and self-contained accommodation.
Cradle Mountain Attractions
Cradle Mountain has it all. Jagged contours epitomise the feel of a wild landscape. See ancient rainforest and alpine heathlands, icy streams cascading out of rugged mountains and a wealth of
Located adjacent to the World heritage listed Cradle Mountain National Park, Devils @ Cradle is a unique Tasmanian conservation facility focussing on the protection and preservation of Tasmanian Devils. Visit the sanctuary for guided tour and educational talks on the Devil lifecylce and threats.
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A unique, purpose built showcase for environmental photography, The Wilderness Gallery will lift your spirits and expand your horizons with beautiful and dramatic images from around the world.
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Discover the secret side of Cradle Mountain by exploring the remote hidden canyons of the spectacular Dove River. Accessible only by canyoning this is an unique insight into Tasmania's Wilderness.
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For novice and advanced riders alike Cradle Country Adventures gives you the opportunity to live it up outdoors with the quintessential Australian experience, horse riding through Tasmania's Western Wilderness. Experience a range of landscapes with your choice of half, full and multi day tours.
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With eight mazes and the whimsical model village of The Village of Lower Crackpot, Tasmazia is a premiere family attraction providing a whole day of fun and fantasy. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the experience at a leisurely pace.
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