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Cradle Mountain is an iconic fixture within Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. This beautiful location will amaze and enthral you with its diverse landscapes, as you meander through lush moss-covered rainforests, flowing river gorges to snow-capped mountain peaks and stunning alpine vista’s.
A visit to Cradle Mountain is a must, as its diverse landscapes provide a myriad of picture-perfect vistas. Situated within Cradle Mountain is Lake St Clair National Park at 1,545 metres above sea level and is one of the highlights along with an abundance of wilderness and wildlife – from Tasmanian Devils, to platypus, echidnas and wombats. Choose from various walking tracks, from easy to the infamous Overland Track whose starting point features the Weindorfers Chalet, the heritage former home of Gustav and Kate Weindorfer, who passionately petitioned for Cradle Mountain to be preserved for generations to come.