KIDS TRAVEL FREE (up to 15 years accompanied by an adult)
Our professional guide/s will collect you from your hotel or the Cradle Mountain National Park Visitor Centre. Once all guests are on board, we drive into the National Park during which time our guides will give an interesting commentary about the Park and an explanation of the tour. After a 20 minute journey we arrive at Dove Lake where there will be chance to capture the great views of the lake and across to Cradle Mountain, at times the Mountain will be shrouded in cloud but this still offers the incredible scenery of the lake.
After the awe of viewing the area we take a short drive to Waldheim Chalet, the first accommodation in the area and home to Gustav and Kate Weindorfer. The original chalet was built by them in 1912 but what stands today is a full replica built in the 1970’s by similar techniques using local King Billy pine.
After we take a tour through the chalet we are led through the ancient King Billy Pine Weindorfers Forest, a short walk of 15 minute through cool temperate rainforest. Our guides will highlight all the different tree and plant species and you may even see some of the local animals. On the return to the bus we have samples of the different unique timbers that are used by specialist timber workers for you to feel and touch.
We leave the Waldheim area and travel to the Interpretive Centre and Rangers Station where you can view the many photos and read interesting articles of the region.
From here we proceed out to the Pencil Pine Falls loop track, walking amongst giant Myrtle and Pencil Pine trees en-route to Pencil Pine Falls.
At the conclusion of this interactive and interesting tour we return to your hotel or other designated drop off drop off point.
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Operates 1 December till 31 March
Join us for this informative walk around Dove Lake circuit in the iconic Cradle Mountain National Park. The Dove Lake Circuit is an easy 3 hour, 6km walk which gives you an exceptional glimpse of the cross section of flora, animals and geology of Cradle Mountain National Park.
Dove Lake circuit walk
Interesting and informative guide
McDermott's Travel Club have joined with Destination Management Cook Islands, a locally owned and operated Cook Island travel department, to bring you the very best that 5 nights in the Cook Islands can offer. Landing in Rarotonga the main international gateway we are immediately immersed in the islands culture by hitting the local lagoons for viewing through the glass bottom boats, this is typical way of life for Cook Islanders, as their lifestyle and culture hinges on sea life. We explore further into the way of life and culture on day 2 with island touring and in the night we have some locally cooked fare, something that the locals enjoy doing is sharing their love of food with visitors. We take off for a scenic flight to Aitutaki, one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world and stay here for the day just being in awe of that blue colour. Days 4 and 5 is more touring to local places of special significance and culture.
To find that special day tour you are looking for click on the 'BOOK NOW' button above to scroll though all of the exciting places we will be visiting during the next 12 months. Including:
Bridestowe Lavender Farm
Bay of Fires
Wall in the Wilderness
1 and 3 day mystery tours
Plus much much more........