The World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain is located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-St Clair National Park, perfectly positioned for a weekend jaunt from either Hobart of Launceston.
Tasmania’s Central Highlands encompasses a sprawling region over 8,000 square kilometres, making up over 12% of the Apple Isle’s land mass.
Treat yourself to a comfortable and relaxing stay in this grand, century-old hotel on the shores of the Great Lake, in Tasmania’s Central Highlands.
Bruny Island sits offshore from Tasmania’s southern tip, separated from the rest of the state by the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, just 75km from Hobart.
Ocean Beach is a popular tourist stopover on the Apple Isle’s wild and wooly west coast. There’s over 30km of beachfront to explore and crowds are but a figment of your imagination, out here.
Cradle Mountain is located towards the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-St Clair National Park, 175km northeast of Hobart.