Discovery Parks - Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain is one of the most famous and beautiful locations in Tasmania. Uniquely pristine, with rugged skylines, alpine forests, icy cold waterfalls and abundant wildlife, the Cradle Mountain National Park is a mecca for nature lovers, adventure seekers and holidaymakers alike.
When visiting the Cradle Mountain area, Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain is the perfect choice for accommodation. With a number of options available, you’ll be welcome whether you’re a solo hiker or a family looking for adventure in the beautiful Tasmanian wilderness.
For individual travellers or hiking groups, the park offers spacious dormitory accommodation. With bunk bed sleeping and shared kitchen and dining areas, this is the ideal choice for the visitor looking for a place to rest their head in comfort between days of exploring the vast national park. There is also 4-berth dormitory accommodation available for families or groups, benefitting from comfortable sleeping arrangements and well-appointed shared kitchen, dining and bathroom facilities.
If you’re looking for private cottage or cabin accommodation there are plenty of options. All cabins and cottages are wood-panelled and modern, with private bathrooms, kitchens and plenty of heating to chase away the mountain chills. There are also both powered and unpowered campsites available for caravans or tents, nestled amongst the towering gum trees and low bushland, offering natural privacy and wonderful outback silence.
The park has a camp kitchen, BBQs and laundry facilities for guests to use, as well as Wifi so you can connect to the outside world even while escaping from it all.
The Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park which borders on to Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain is filled with hiking, breathtaking scenery, wildlife discovery walks and photo opportunities. No matter your fitness level or ability, there are hiking and walking options available for everyone. You can also see the park on horseback or go canyoning to access some of the hidden away places in the national park. If you’re after a more relaxed way of enjoying the area, you can indulge in a day spa or book yourself on a star-gazing experience. You can even head out after dark to discover the nocturnal life which inhabits the region, including wombats and the shy Tasmanian Devil.
Your days will be filled with the wonders of nature, so the pleasure of returning to your comfortable accommodation at Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain in the evening will be immense. You can rug up warm and watch the stars come out, nursing a hot drink and marvelling at the breathtaking beauty of the area. After visiting the Cradle Mountain National Park and staying at Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain you’ll want to treasure the experience forever.