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Tasmania 23 - 31


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Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre

Drive to the gates of the National Park, leave your car at the visitors Centre, and catch a shuttle (price included in your National Park entry fee) to Dove Lake and the beginnings of the trails around the Mountain.

If you wish to climb Cradle Mountain, take the left hand side of the Lake as you leave Lake Dove parking area.

Take the Lake Rodway track uphill as it follows along side the lake and up to the mountain. Pass behind Hansons Peak and Twisted Lakes before taking the Face Track, which turns off to the left and climbs steeply towards the summit.

Retrace your steps back along the Lake Rodway Track. As an alternative, take the Horse Track and the Overland Track back past Marion’s Lookout and Wombat Peak as it winds its way back towards Wombat Pool. Then walk around and rejoin the Lake Dove circuit track before coming back to the parking lot and toilets.  

Day 3

Gordon River Cruises

5.5 h Cruise from 9:30 am
$130 per adult
$77 per kid
$360 per family, 2 adult, 2 kids?
check group booking

Day 4


It takes about 5 hours to drive straight through from Strahan to Hobart. On this Drive Map Strahan to Hobart I will show you how to take some diversions  that will make a full 10 hour day of touring.

You will take the B27 road from Strahan to Queenstown. The main road then becomes the A10 Lyell Highway. Stay on the A10 all the way to Hamilton.

At Hamilton we will backtrack slightly and cross Lake Meadowbank to drive through the backroads to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls.

From there is on the west bank of the Derwent River to New Norfolk, and then on to Hobart.


An easy walk in the Rainforest on well made tracks. Russell Falls is probably the best known and most spectacular waterfall in Tasmania.

New Norfolk

Salmon Ponds & New Norfolk  |  Strahan to Hobart
Settled less than twenty years after Sydney, New Norfolk is one of the oldest country towns in Australia. 

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Freycinet National Park

Wineglass Bay can only be reached by foot or by boat. The gates of the Freycinet National Park and the Visitor Centre are next to the Freycinet Lodge. 

It is about 5 kilometers (3 mles) from the Visitors Centre to the trailhead for the walk to the Saddle overlooking Wineglass Bay.

It will take about 90 minutes to do the walk to the Saddle and return. It can take up to a full day if you decide to go down into Wineglass Bay itself.

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