Cradle Mountain Lodge Tasmania

Phone1300 806 192

+61 3 6492 2100 (Outside Australia)

Cradle Mountain Lodge - Luxury In The Wilderness
Cradle Mountain Lodge - Luxury In The Wilderness
Cradle Mountain Lodge - Luxury In The Wilderness
Cradle Mountain Lodge - Luxury In The Wilderness

Bio-Calendar

Play BIO Calendar VideoPeppers Cradle Mountain Lodge is located in one of Australia’s most remote and breath taking locations; and boasts some of the most amazing and unique natural wonders all year round.

Below is our biological calendar so that you can be sure to not miss out on your most treasured natural wonder.

January

January
  • Spreading Guinea Flower, Golden Rosemary & Daisy flowering
  • Snow gums flowering
  • Rufus Wallabies can be seen feasting on Scorparia flowers
  • Echidnas are often out and about in the early hours of the morning or seen fossicking in the late afternoon
  • Tasmanian Devils can sometimes be seen

February

February
  • Mountain Rocket and Silver Banksia flowering
  • Snow Gums flowering
  • Magnificent Leatherwoods flowering
  • Myrtles have bright green new foliage
  • Mountain Rocket fruiting
  • Tasmanian Devils can sometimes be seen

March

March
  • Mountain Rocket & Silver Banksia flowering
  • Tasmanian Waratah, Myrtles, Leptospermum, Snow Gums, Mountain Rocket, Richea Scorparia and Button grass can all be viewed easily from the Lodge

April

April
  • Tasmania’s Fagus, Australia’s only winter deciduous tree, ends its cycle of the spectacular range of autumn colours, from rust red through to brilliant gold
  • Tasmanian Waratah, Myrtles, Leptospermum, Snow Gums, Mountain Rocket, Richea Scorparia and Button grass can all be viewed easily from the Lodge

May

May
  • Tasmania’s Fagus, Australia’s only winter deciduous tree, ends its cycle of the spectacular range of autumn colours, from rust red through to brilliant gold
  • Tasmanian Waratah, Myrtles, Leptospermum, Snow Gums, Mountain Rocket, Richea Scorparia and Button grass can all be viewed easily from the Lodge

June

June
  • Possible snow falls
  • At all times of the year guests would be assured of viewing an abundance of Wallabies and Possums. If you were to stay for a few days, you may also see Wombats, Quolls and Tasmanian Devils

July

July
  • Possible snow falls
  • Pencil Pine Falls and Kynvet Falls are a close walk from the Lodge, the tracks are surrounded by ancient Myrtle rainforests
  • The King Billy track leads to a spectacular huge King Billy Pine which towers high above the forest, on this track also is a platform which on a clear day has a view of Cradle Mountain

August

August
  • Possible snow falls
  • At all times of the year guests would be assured of viewing an abundance of Wallabies and Possums. If you were to stay for a few days, you may also see Wombats, Quolls and Tasmanian Devils

September

September
  • Native flora such as Boronia, Banksia and Snow Gums flowering
  • Young Tasmanian Devils and Spotted-tailed Quolls are becoming playful

October

October
  • Platypus are playful and tend to be active for longer periods in the daytime during their mating season
  • Native flora such as Tasmanian Waratah, Boronia, Banksia and Snow Gums flowering

November

November
  • Native flora such as Tasmanian Waratah, Boronia, Banksia and Snow Gums flowering
  • Platypus are playful and tend to be active for longer periods in the daytime during their mating season
  • Echidnas are often out and about in the early hours of the morning or seen in the late afternoon

December

December
  • A variety of bird life can be seen within the area such as Honeyeaters, Wrens and Red Breasted Robins
  • Tasmanian Christmas Bells flowering
  • Echidnas are often out and about in the early hours of the morning or seen fossicking in the late afternoon