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Midway between the coastal town of Devonport and Cradle Mountain (40 minutes drive from each), Cradle Vista is your gateway to local attractions and central to many of the tourist points of interest in North West Tasmania; including, to name just a few:

Cradle Mountain
Sheffield - Town of Murals
Lake Barrington
International Rowing Course
Cradle Mountain
Sheffield Murals
Lake Barrington
High in the Tasmanian wilderness on the edge of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain / Lake St. Clair National Park; a place renowned for its wealth of natural beauty and a must for any visitor to Tasmania Sheffield is known as the "town of murals". Over 30 murals depicting the area's history decorate many of the buildings in the town. It lies in the shadow of Mt Roland and the surrounding area, known as Kentish, is scenic farming land. The home of championship rowing in Tasmania, picturesque Lake Barrington is at the base of the Forth River valley. It was created in 1969 by the building of the 84 metre-high Devils Gate hydro electricity dam on the Forth River.

Trowunna (Mole Creek) Wildlife Park
King Solomon & Marakoopa cave systems
Trowunna Wildlife Park
King Solomon & Marakoopa Caves
You'll be able to say you were lost in the Promised Land after a visit to Tasmazia in its Biblically named location. Chances are you will be lost at least once if you try all seven mazes at the site - including the worlds largest botanical maze, the Hampton Court maze, a balance maze, the yellow brick road maze, hexagonal maze or confusion maze

Trowunna is more than just a wildlife park. It is set on 38 acres of natural bushland with picturesque views. Trowunna is a unique wildlife experience for everyone and a special one for interstate and overseas visitors who can see our happy, healthy native animals in their natural environment.

The King Solomon and Marakoopa Caves are some of the best caves in Australia, and draw visitors from around the world. Within 8 km (5 mi) of each other, both are close to the town of Mole Creek . Both caves are electrically lit and guided tours are available (its possible to purchase a combined ticket for both caves).
Horse riding, bush walking, mountain climbing

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Cradle Vista
978 Staverton Road via Sheffield, Tasmania 7306, Australia
phone: +61 3 6491 1129          fax: +61 3 6491 1930

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