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We Are All In This Together - A Message From Cradle Mountain Lodge

A message from our General Manager - Cradle Mountain Lodge is going to continue to provide a sanctuary for those that can travel to the best region on the planet (in our opinion). Our doors are open and our dedicated team is standing by to provide everyone with a safe environment to go about their getaway.

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The Western Wilds Story of Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park commenced its protected status as a Scenic Reserve back in 1922 thanks to the passion, vision and commitment of Gustav Weindorfer and his wife Kate. Read the Western Wilds story.

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Exploring Cradle Mountain - Our Top Tips!

While many of Cradle Mountain’s attractions can be self-navigated, when you tap into the experience and knowledge of a passionate guide, you’re not just enjoying beautiful scenery, you’re understanding it. The additional education and information provided by a tour guide adds value and reaps benefits.

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Spring On Cradle Mountain

If you enjoy living life in full bloom, Cradle Mountain Lodge is the perfect place to experience a Tasmanian spring in all her glory.

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Tasmanian Mountain Top High Tea

Coming in July - The taste of Tasmania in a decadent high tea, featuring the best Tasmanian produce with locally hand crafted breads.

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Waldheim Alpine Spa - The Healing Power Of Nature

Nowhere is nature’s healing energy more apparent than at Waldheim Alpine Spa at Cradle Mountain Lodge. Our oasis of indulgent pampering and peace where guests can relax, rejuvenate, and reconnect with the environment and themselves.

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Cradle Mountain Lodge - Foodie escapes the family will love!

Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge is the ultimate place to launch a Tasmanian mountain adventure. The lodge is known for fine dining, The Tavern features a quality kid’s menu – and the porridge at breakfast is simply amazing.

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Cradle Mountain - A Winter Wonderland

Cradle Mountain is beautiful any time of the year, but the winter months from June to August hold a special kind of magic, transforming Tasmania’s alpine region into a breathtaking winter wonderland that’s ‘postcard perfect’.

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