Launceston, Tasmania 7306
Although a little too exposed to unfriendly weather, Cradle Mountain remains on top of the game for being a major tourist destination, primarily because of its natural and adventure-looking beauty. Frequented by height-loving climbers, and campers even, the Mountain pitches an itinerary of wild landscape, heavy rainforest, alpine heathlands, button grasses, and a vast more areas for exploration. Occasional sights of Tasmanian devils, Quolls, Echidna, Platypus, and Wallabies makes Cradle Mountain even more fun! If you're up for icy steams, ancient pines dwelling on waters of glacial lakes, and a plush of wildlife just about as interesting as Currawongs, then head on straight to the unblemished national treasure of Tasmania! The Cradle Mountain Centre has heaps of information on geology, history, flora, topography, and the wildlife abundant in the area.
Contact Parks and Wildife Service Tasmania for enquiries.
You can email Parks and Wildlife Tasmania thru their online enquiry form found in their website.
Be aware of the partial restricted usage road upon reaching Cradle Mountain.