The farm is located on the main road to Cradle Mountain and it’s just a short 45 minute drive to this iconic World Heritage wilderness area.
The stunning scenery of Mt Roland dominates life at the farm. Tracks to the summit offer a very different perspective. The return walk takes approximately 6 hours (depending on your level of fitness) as you travel through tall eucalypt forest, ancient Antarctic Beech, alpine vegetation and boulders to the summit (from where it’s possible to see the farm).
Mole Creek is situated on the other side of the Gogg Range- 25km and roughly 25 minutes drive from the farm. It’s possible to spend a full day exploring what this area has to offer.
These spectacular limestone caves feature galleries of stalagmites and stalactites, underground rivers, glow worms and other unique cave life. More information is available from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service.
Meet Tasmanian Devils up close! Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the world's largest heritage population of endangered Tasmanian Devils. This privately owned wildlife sanctuary has been caring for native Tasmanian fauna and flora since 1979 and is also home to a range of other marsupials, birds and reptiles.
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