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Travel guide Cradle Mountain

Love Grove Guest House - a world apart
By Tania and John Roberts

Love Grove lies in the foothills of Cradle Mountain. Nestled on a secluded 40 acres of native forest, the property offers absolute peace and privacy. Our self-contained unit offers special little touches rarely found anywhere else. Guests can relax in the large 2 person spa and drink complimentaary port, while watching the native animals emerge to feed. They can enjoy their complimentary breakfast hamper (bacon, eggs, juices, fruits) on their own private deck, viewing the morning mist rising up from the deep valleys that Love Grove sits upon. We believe that guest should not have to pay the earth for luxury, and we have kept Love Grove affordable so everyone can stay at a luxury accommodation. Bath robes, embroidered linen, bath sheets, port, snuggle blankets, magazines, washing powder, ... Read more

Cradle Mountain Helicopters
By ATDW Database

Contact: 6492 1132 or seaair@bigpond.com.au
Cradle Mountain Helicopters offering scenic flights is based in Cradle Mountain in Tasmania’s Central Highlands. Cradle Mountain helicopters can share with you the highly acclaimed features of the Cradle Mountain World Heritage area.
From the com... Read more

Review - Kentisbury Country House
By Penny Parsons

42 Lutterells Road West Kentish, North Tasmania This is country living at its best… views from every window, peaceful and serene and owners who make sure you have everything you need for the perfect break. Overall rating?         Excellent What makes Kentisbury Country House different? This is a lovely self-contained three bedroom home with timber floorboards throughout and any number of eye-catching rugs in the rooms.  There are views of the hills down to Lake Barrington and it is easy to feel far away from the rush and bustle of everyday life. Accommodation overview There are two bedrooms with queen-size beds and one with a double bed.  The rooms have high raked ceilings, lovely furnishings and there is good heating, with ... Read more

Cradle Mountain
By Kylie Jane Degeling

Rising 1545 metres above sea level, and towering over Dove Lake, Lake Wilks and Crater Lake, Cradle Mountain was aptly named in 1827 by surveyor Joseph Fossey. Formed by millennia of glacial sculpting, this unique peak is part of the Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, within the vast Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Despite its popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, artists, athletes, families, couples and tour groups, it is easy to find your own space to explore, reflect, and rejuvenate.  Things To Do The most important items you’ll need to pack in your bag are good walking boots and a camera, because Cradle Mountain is all about the scenery and enjoying life in the Tasmanian wilderness. With that in mind, make sure you stop into the Cradle Mountain... Read more

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