Reflections on Cradle Mountain

The beauty of Cradle Mountain can never be captured on film but here’s just a small taste

Dove Lake with Cradle Mountain in the distance
Dove Lake with Cradle Mountain in the distance
snow capped Cradle Mountain in Tasmania
snow capped Cradle Mountain in Tasmania
one of the many magical walks through a rainforest
one of the many magical walks through a rainforest
a Bennetts wallaby grazing close to our cabin
a Bennetts wallaby grazing close to our cabin
Crater Lake
Crater Lake
Dove Lake
Dove Lake
We were told that wombats are either sleeping, eating or scratching.
We were told that wombats are either sleeping, eating or scratching.
A rare King Billy Pine which is only found in this region of the world
The rare King Billy Pine which is only found in this region of the world. They can live up to 1200 years of age.
View of Cradle Mountain across Dove Lake
View of Cradle Mountain across Dove Lake
prehistoric country
prehistoric country
Three sentries. These trees on the edge of Crater Lake looked as if they were guarding the entrance to a secret kingdom
Three sentries. These trees on the edge of Crater Lake looked as if they were guarding the entrance to a secret kingdom
Native hens or Turbo Chooks as the locals call them. These flightless birds can run up to 50kph
Native hens or Turbo Chooks as the locals call them. These flightless birds can run up to 50kph

2 thoughts on “Reflections on Cradle Mountain

  1. those fantastic trees! Now’s the time to let everything you soaked in start working it’s way back up – great fodder for a word-bird!

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