Our professional guide/s will collect you from your hotel. Sunrise tour time will be confirmed at time of booking. The tour duration is for 2 hours from pick up time
Once we have all guests on board we will head into the National Park, along the way our guides will give an interesting commentary about the park and a rundown of the tour proceedings. Warm drink of tea, coffee or soup and some light snacks will be offered on the tour.
Upon arriving at Dove Lake there will be chance to capture the great views of the lake and across it to Cradle Mountain, please remember that at times the Mountain will be shrouded in cloud but this still offers incredible scenery of the lake as the sunrises over the area from the east.
We take some short walks at Dove Lake to get that great vantage point for the sunrise photo. We will head off in the direction of either Glacier Rock or the Boat Shed. If time does allow we may even reach one of these points.
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 all this interactive and interesting touring, it all concludes at your hotel ready to get into a scrumptious breakfast after building up an appetite.
INCLUSIONS and HIGHLIGHTS
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This truly outback spectacular takes us from Adelaide overland to Uluru via Alice Springs. We have plenty of time to explore all there is in this unique and remote part of mainland Australia. We kick off with a city tour of Adelaide before heading off to visit the rugged botanical gardens at Port Augusta and then staying underground at the mining town of Cobber Pedy where the temperature stays a constant 24 degrees all year round. We arrive in Alice Springs taking in the RFDS, Desert park the West Macs and some local aboriginal culture. We head off the beaten track from Alice to Watarrka (Kings Canyon) and spend a night at the resort and some short walks of the gorge. Our last experience is at Uluru and Kata Tjuta where we do some short walks, take in the views from Sunset strip and also do the ‘field of lights’ dinner special. A trip that is memorable will stay with you forever….
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Departs Sundays between 1 May to 31 Aug and Departs Daily between 1 Sept to 30 April
The tour visits the iconic Cradle Mountain National Park for you to experience the spectacular views, diverse flora an fauna along with guided tours.
Spectacular Cradle Mountain
Waldheim Chalet and ancient King Billy Rainforest
Animal Night Spotting or Star Gazing experience (please confirm with our office)
Accommodation is not included in the tour