Our professional guide will collect you from your Cradle Mountain accommodation. Tour times are 8.30pm till 10.30pm from 1 October till 30 march and 5.30pm till 7.30pm from 1 April till 30 September.
We travel straight into the iconic Cradle Mountain National Park to Ronny creek to begin our exploration of the area, weather permitting we will leave the bus with our hand held torches and spot lights and quietly and slowly walk into Mount Kate hut area hoping to view some animals that have popped out early for their night time feed. .
We hit the local area boardwalks of the Cradle Valley Walk and perhaps even the Overland Track where there is a good chance to view some wombats amongst other animals.
We leave the excitement of the animal viewing at Ronny Creek and we travel to Waldheim Chalet.
From Waldheim Chalet we will spotlight from the mini bus along the road and into the forest hoping to spot any elusive animals. Don’t forget to look up in the trees too!
INCLUSIONS and HIGHLIGHTS
This tour operates Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri between 1 May and 31 August and operates daily 1 Sept to 30 April
Departing and returning to Launceston, the Cradle Mountain National Park day tour allows you to experience the region on a fully inclusive, professionally guided tour for all ages .
Dove Lake walk
Waldheim Chalet & King Billy Pine Forest walk
Flora and Fauna unique to Tasmania
National Park Pass and entrance fees
Lunch, water and light snack Complimentary
Hotel pick up and drop off
Professional guide/s with full commentary
Join in the joyous occasions with your friends as we venture to the Blue Mountains in New South Wales and of course
indulge in some shopping in the picturesque harbour front city of Sydney. The Sydney city centre comes alive at Easter time
and it is a great chance to explore it for its famous sights; Opera House, Sydney Harbour, Botanical Gardens, Olympic Park and
Bondi Beach. We experience the finest of the Blue Mountains over 2 nights including gorges, caves and gardens. The skyway
will carry us across the Blue Mountains, 270 metres in the air. We will tour and discover the history and settlement of the Blue
Mountains across numerous sites and indulge in its tea houses.