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Cradle mountain

Cradle Mountain, TAS

The iconic Cradle Mountain has to be one of Tasmania's top attractions, discover stunning snow-covered mountain peaks, ancient rainforests, wild alpines and glacial lakes. The Park offers numerous walking tracks to explore that ranges from short strolls to the legendary Overland Track. This 5-6-day hike stretches 80km from Cradle Mountain through to Lake St Clair and is an unforgettable journey through Tasmania's alpine heart. 

 

Mount Duwul (William), VIC

Another moderately easy track, Mount Duwul found in the Grampians National Park has beautiful 260 degrees views of jagged mountain ranges and open plains. At 1167 metres, it's the highest peak in the Grampians and is around 270 kilometres northwest of Melbourne. The walk itself will take you 45 minutes return, allowing you to drive to the base to save on time, If you can make the hike before sunset, you can enjoy the unique landscape saturated in beautiful colours. 

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Cradle mountain

Cradle Mountain, TAS

The iconic Cradle Mountain has to be one of Tasmania's top attractions, discover stunning snow-covered mountain peaks, ancient rainforests, wild alpines and glacial lakes. The Park offers numerous walking tracks to explore that ranges from short strolls to the legendary Overland Track. This 5-6-day hike stretches 80km from Cradle Mountain through to Lake St Clair and is an unforgettable journey through Tasmania's alpine heart. 

 

Mount Duwul (William), VIC

Another moderately easy track, Mount Duwul found in the Grampians National Park has beautiful 260 degrees views of jagged mountain ranges and open plains. At 1167 metres, it's the highest peak in the Grampians and is around 270 kilometres northwest of Melbourne. The walk itself will take you 45 minutes return, allowing you to drive to the base to save on time, If you can make the hike before sunset, you can enjoy the unique landscape saturated in beautiful colours. 

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