Cradle Mountain: Attractions
Mole Creek Karst National Park, 330 Mayberry Rd, Mayberry TAS 7304 mole creek caves prices marakoopa cave tasmania mole creek wildlife park gunns plains caves tasmania Report inappropriate predictions
Mole Creek Caves: Phone 03 6363 5182
Marakoopa Cave is a limestone cave in Mole Creek Karst national park, north west Tasmania. The Mole Creek Karst National Park includes some of Tasmania’s most visited cave systems, including Marakoopa and King Solomon's Cave, two of over 300 known caves and sinkholes in the area. Marakoopa Cave features two underground streams, a large display of glow-worms, large caverns, rim pools, reflections and shawl and flowstone features.
3950 Cradle Mountain rd. Cradle Mountain.
Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary
Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary
Devils At Cradles: Phone 03 6492 1491
This excellent wildlife park is filled with Tasmanian devils, a wombat or two, and elusive eastern and spotted-tail quolls. Here you can learn about the facial tumour disease that's threatening the devils' survival. You can visit on your own at any time, but try getting here at tour times to really get the most from your visit. The mainly nocturnal animals are observed most spectacularly at feeding time (5.30pm); there's an additional night feeding time at 8.30pm during daylight.
Lake Barrington, Wilmot, Tasmania
Kentish Council: Phone 03 9491 0200
Lake Barrington is an artificial lake. The lake is 20km long and as built on the Forth River to provide head of water to the Devils Gate Power Station. Lake Barrington offers the opportunity for rowing, skiing, canoeing and other water activies and is home of a word-standard rowing course.
Sheffield Visitor Information Ce, Sheffield, TAS, 7306
Sheffield Murals: Phone 03 6491 1061
Sheffield 'Town Of Murals'. Delightful murals are painted on the side walls of most of the buildings throughout the town. Experience history told through art, as you wander through the outdoor art gallery. The first mural commissioned was of Gustav Weindorfer, a passionate mountaineer, naturalist and conservationist. Since then many more murals embellish the building in the town.
Warm Springs Rd, Kimberley TAS 7304
Kimberly Warm Springs
Sheffield Tasmania: Phone 03 6491 1061
Kimberley Warm Springs represents a rare land form and habitat, including rare flora and fauna, among which is an endemic snail. The Kimberley Warm Springs have long been regarded as a special place by members of the local community who are determined to ensure the on-going integrity of the site. Water from the springs remains at a constant temperature of 24-25°C. The water's chemical composition suggests it gains its heat from sub-surface materials. Facilities include a sheltered BBQ area, parking and public toilets.
Lake Cethana Lookout, Cethana, Tasmania
Rediscover Tasmania: Phone 03 6491 1036
The walk starts at the junction just before turning into the Lemonthyme Lodge. The walk takes about 2 hours. This is another good walk to observe all the varieties of vegetation of the area. After crossing 2 areas of cleared land the track crosses a fern gully, beyond which there is more forest until the track finally terminates in the back water of the lake. This walk is graded as hard because the return trip is a long haul back uphill. Duration 2 hours.