While many guests have heard of Cradle Mountain’s remarkable beauty and dramatic setting, it’s not until they’re standing 1,545 metres above sea level, breathing our pure alpine air, that they truly appreciate they’ve stepped into a destination experience like no other.

Recognised as one of the last true wilderness regions on Earth, Cradle Mountain’s realm forms part of Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed area at the northern end of Lake St Clair National Park, where breathtaking vistas change with the season, and no two days are quite the same.

At Cradle Mountain Lodge, we’re perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the abundant natural assets our ‘backyard’ has to offer. But, with so many hidden jewels in Cradle Mountain’s crown, to properly explore the multi-faceted layers of our unique flora and fauna, unforgettable views, glacial lakes, and extraordinary alpine landscapes, it pays to have a little local knowledge.

If you want to deepen your discovery of Cradle Mountain there are a range of experiences; Self-Guided Walks, Lodge Activities, Local Attractions.