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Cradle Mountain Canyoning: Dove Canyon
"Your tour begins at the Cradle Mountain Canyons office early morning where you will be kitted out with wetsuits and other gear before traveling a short distance by bus to your first stop.Begin your day with a 45-minute walk into the canyon passin ancient rain forests while taking in incredible views of Cradle Mountain. After a thorough safety talk from an experienced and qualified guideabseil into the canyon where you can spend approximately three hours in the canyon jumping and sliding off waterfalls walking and floating through the calm stretches in between. In all there are six waterfalls to get down. The highest jump is about seven meters. As there is no way for you to walk around each waterfall you will need to abseil or jump down each waterfall. At the end of the tour there is an approximately one hour walk out of the canyon. The first twenty minutes of this is up a steep hill in a wetsuit to get back to where dry clothes have been lef
From AUD220.00
 
Tasmania Sightseeing Pass: See Tasmania Card
"The See Tasmania Card or Attraction pass offers exceptional value with free entry to tours walks museums cruises and wildlife attractions.Valid for three or seven consecutive days the See Tasmania Card gives you access to over 40 of Tasmania’s top attractions. You'll also receive a free full-color See Tasmania guide with helpful information about every Tasmania’s attraction including how to get there
From AUD109.00
 
Private Mt Field National Park Day Trip from Hobart Including Salmon Ponds and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
"Your personalized driver guide will take you for a journey through the northern suburbs of Hobart and then following the contours of the Derwent River through to the delightful country town of New Norfolk and winding past the hop fields of Bushy Park. Mt Field National Park will appear on your right after about admiring the tall swamp gum forest and observing massive tree ferns Russell Falls can be heard in the distance as approaching. A beautiful photo opportunity will open up in front of your eyes allowing you to capture this memory with your group. Continuing on your day a picturesque 30-minute drive will take you to the Salmon Ponds where you can feed the fish and see a fish frenzy.A lunch stop at Brighton's Best Bakehouse will be enjoyed before a visit to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary arriving at approximately 1:45pm. Here
From AUD174.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park

Going further

The next time I went to do the Crater Lake walk I actually completed it with my partner, Lorraine, and we were fairly tired at the end.After a couple of hours and climbing Mount Marion we went past...
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iandsmith
Feb 13, 2013

MINER'S SIDING

Located at Miners Siding are bronze sculptures depicting 21 facets of the evolution of the Mt Lyell Mines and surounding areas over a 100years. There are three main parts....(1) Ten Decades of Man and...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010

QUEENSTOWN LANDSCAPE

Heading to Queenstown via the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, we came across the ghost towns of Linda and Gormanston, both of which were large communities during the early mining booms.Once...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010

QUEENSTOWN

Queenstown is the largest town on Tasmania's West Coast, and is the home of the Mt Lyell Mining & Railway Company and the West Coast Wilderness Railway.I have visited several times, and Queenstown...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010

LAKE BURBURY

Lake Burbury is a man made lake on the King River, built in the early 1990's as part of Tasmania's Hydro Electricity Scheme. It was named after Stanley Burbury, the first Australian born Governor of...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010

Donaghy's Lookout

Located at Derwent Bridge near Lake St. Clair, this is a 40 minute uphill walk from the Lyell Highway which takes you to Queenstown. On a rocky outcrop, the views are spectacular of Frenchman's Cap,...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010
 
 
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NELSON WATERFALLS

On our drive along the Lyell Highway through the largely undeveloped Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, we saw a sign that said to the Nelson Falls, so of course, we had to stop and go for a...
balhannah
Jan 20, 2010

Lake St. Clair to Queenstown

On leaving Lake St. Clair, there is some beautiful mountain scenery.* Stop at Donaghy"s Lookout....* Nelson waterfalls, (only a short 20minute easy walk, ) ....* Lake Burbury, (a beautiful colour and...
balhannah
Oct 09, 2009

Tasmania: Overland Track to Waterfall Valley

The 90 Km Overland Track runs the entire length of the Cradle Mountain Lakes St Clair National Park, from Waldheim Chalet and finishing at Cynthia Bay on Lake St Clair.Waterfall Valley a days walk...
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Intrepidduck
Dec 10, 2006

Cradle Mt to Lake St.Clair: The Overland Track

Cradle Mountain is the starting point of the famous Overland Track. I did not do this but let me rout you to a tip given by another VTer who did:Overland TrackTake precautions and come prepared for...
xuessium
Jul 29, 2005

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Things to Do Near Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park

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Cradle Mountain

OK, this probably is not the real name of the hill, but it is what our guide called it and it was covered in wombats. I had never seen a wombat before, not even in a zoo. They are kind of cute and...
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Top 5 Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park Writers

balhannah

"A MUST VISIT IN TASMANIA"
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"Cradle Mountain -Lake St. Clair National Park"
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iandsmith

"An Australian Icon"
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xuessium

"IMPREXXION: TASMANIA-CRADLE MOUNTAIN"
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Intrepidduck

"Tasmania: Cradle Mtn - Lake St Clair National Park"
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