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TASMANIA MAP GUIDE

a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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INFO CRADLE
PENCIL PINE
WALDHEIM
HOUNSLOW HEATH
LAKE RODWAY
HANSON'S LAKE
TWISTED LAKES
DOVE LAKE
MARION'S LOOKOUT
CRATER LAKE
AUTUMN AT CRADLE
WINTER 2008
OVERLAND TRACK
LEMONTHYME
QUAILE'S FALLS
ROAD TO CRADLE
LAKE ST CLAIR

 

 


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Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

 

 

   

CRADLE MOUNTAIN and Dove Lake.  A very well built track will take you around the lake through a variety of terrain.  Depending on the weather and the time of year the walk can take in a variety of interest.  Early summer will see the Scoparia in flower and an array of other wildflowers.  Autumn is particularly beautiful when the deciduous beech changes colour.  Winter snow also dresses up the mountain.  The Ballroom Forest is particularly photogenic in wet conditions.  However, for those willing to take to the hiking tracks, the rewards are particularly great.  There are enough walks to allow a week or more in an around Cradle.  Many take the 5 or 6 day trek on The Overland Track to Lake St Clair 80 kilometres to the south.

 

 

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