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Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park

Cradle Mountain is Tasmania’s most recognisable landmark and one of Tasmania’s most visited attractions. Located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain Lake-St Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain is part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area. The surrounding landscape of ancient rainforest and alpine lands with colourful beech makes for any number of[…] Read More

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery

The Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery is a purpose-built gallery showcasing works from Tasmanian and visiting artists in a wild setting. It’s provides an opportunity for artists to present their work in one of Australia’s most revered natural areas and plays host to artists in residence. The Gallery is located adjacent to Cradle Mountain Hotel, a[…] Read More

Darrel Baldock Memorial

The entrance at Latrobe Oval and a statue commemorate Darrel “Doc” Baldock. The statue was officially unveiled on the 28th April 2014. Darrel Baldock A.M. commonly nicknamed “The Doc” and “Mr Magic”, was an Australian rules football player, coach, and state politician. In 1966 he captained the St Kilda Football Club to its first, and[…] Read More

Dasher Falls

Easy when viewing from below or moderate but steep climbs to top: 25 minutes return. Consisting of three tiers, there are a good views of the falls from the cliff top. The walk is unfenced and next to a ravine so is unsuitable for small children. Care is also needed on the final section, to[…] Read More

Devil’s Gullet

Standing atop the dramatic cliffs of Devils Gullett and looking over Tasmania’s remote alpine Central Plateau, you cannot see a single sight of human existence – you could be the only person in the world. Devil’s Gullett features dramatic views into a steep, narrow glacial gorge formed by vertical dolerite cliffs 220 metre high and[…] Read More

Devils @ Cradle

The Devils @ Cradle Tasmanian devil sanctuary is a breeding and conservation facility for three of Tasmania’s unique threatened carnivorous marsupials; the Tasmanian devil, the Spotted-tailed Quoll, and Eastern Quoll. The facility is located on the edge of the Cradle Mountain National Park World Heritage area and conducts in-situ conservation programs for the Tasmanian devil[…] Read More

Devonport Country Club

The Devonport Country Club—Formally known as Devonport Golf Club recently merged with Devonport Bowls and Croquet Club and Spreyton Bowls Club to form the Devonport Country Club — is located on Tasmania’s north west coast. The Club is at Spreyton, a 10-minute (10 kilometres) drive south of Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal.[…] Read More

Devonport Regional Gallery

The Devonport Regional Gallery is a vibrant, contemporary art space, housed in the paranaple arts centre, in the heart of Devonport city in the North West of Tasmania. The Gallery offers an annual program of exhibitions, education and public events and workshops in three separate exhibition spaces and a workshop area, the Creative Space. The[…] Read More

Dooleys Hill Forest Walk

A series of short walking trails through native forest on the edge of Latrobe township. Dooleys Hill is an ideal place for birdwatching. Birds common to the area include the boobook, bronzewing, kookaburra, fairy wren and firetail. You may also see the rare white goshawk. The trails are short and easy and the paths well[…] Read More

Dove Lake

Dove Lake, at the foot of Cradle Mountain, is circled by a six-kilometre track that offers one of Tasmania’s best walks. The walk includes views of Cradle Mountain, unexpected beaches on the side of the lake, the ancient Ballroom Forest, a patch of Tasmania’s notorious horizontal scrub and the occasional echidna or platypus. Dove Lake[…] Read More