This is our family’s experience of walking the 65km Tasmanian Overland Track from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair.
Off the Beaten Track in Tasmania
Here you can read about our family adventures off the beaten track into the most amazing places in Tasmania. We hope to inspire you. If we can drive, ride or walk into these places - then so can you!
We have visited the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, Mount William National Park and tackled the Three Capes Walk, Overland Track and Frenchans Cap to just name a few. Of course, we also share with you many of lesser-known natural wonders of North East Tasmania, too.
After unusually good rainfall this summer, we decided to revisit Meadstone Falls. The deep upstream rock pools make this an inviting destination on a hot summer’s day!
This is our account of walking the Pencil Pine Track. It is not a track for the feint-hearted or those scared of heights and rocks…
We enjoyed our getaway to Freycinet so much, that we got away again! This time we took advantage of Tasmania’s border restrictions and the RACT member’s 30% discount at Cradle Mountain Hotel. Our 1st walk was the Crater Lake circuit.
During the April 2016 school holidays Graham, James and I walked the Three Capes Track.