Welcome to www.campingtasmania.com, your source for everything camping in Tasmania. Research a campsite, read about camping gear, get information or connect with other campers, one click does it all at campingtasmania.com. Campingtasmania.com is designed with your needs in mind. We aim to provide the definitive source of camping information for the island state of Tasmania Australia, for both paid and free campgrounds, campsites, and reserves. Campingtasmania.com will be evolving rapidly over the coming months. New functionality and features will be added frequently, so visit often. We exist solely to inform people who may wish to consider camping in Tasmania, or who are planning a camping holiday or vacation in the great state of Tasmania. To do this we are committed to elevating camping and the associated experience to be the preferred choice of accommodation whilst visiting or holidaying in Tasmania. We understand there are as many styles of camping as there are types of people, so whether you like your camping rustic or luxurious we provide everything you need to enhance your experience. The operators of Camping Tasmania are Tasmanians, who simply love Tasmania and everything it has to offer. This site is set up to assist people visiting our great state, or Tasmanians wishing to explore a little more of their state.
Cradle Mountain is a mountain in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Cradle Mountain rises to a height of 1,545 metres above sea level and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tasmania, largely due to its stunning natural beauty. The mountain is composed of dolerite columns, similar to many of the other mountains in the area. The area around the mountain is famous for bushwalks, both day walks and longer multi-night walks. It is also the start or finish of the famous Overland Track. The mountain is climbed frequently by tourists. It is a strenuous return hike from the Dove Lake car park, taking some 6-7 hours to complete. The climb up the rocky part of the mountain involves climbing over large boulders for several hundred metres. The entire climb is subject to bad weather that may arrive quickly and at any time of the day or year; even in summer. From the summit, there are spectacular 360° views, encompassing Dove Lake, Barn Bluff, and Mount Ossa.