Mole Creek Guest House

Address: 100 Pioneer Drive, Mole Creek, Tasmania, 7304, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 100 Pioneer Drive, Mole Creek, is near Trowunna Wildlife Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Mole Creek

      The Heritage Trail

      A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Nov 20, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... and stables. It is Australia's only working 19th century Windmill.

      Oatlands is situated on the shores of Lake Dulverton which also is a Wetlands and Wildlife Sanctuary.
















      14 Nov 14 - Oatlands

      We stayed a second day in Oatlands as there was so much to see and besides that, ...

      And the Safari officially starts - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by simonejacob on Nov 10, 2014

      33 photos

      ... is the site of a world-standard rowing course, but today, a little choppy for rowing.

      After a total of 257kms today, we reached Cradle Mountain's 10 degree welcome. Jake and I set up our bright orange tents, amongst the stunted cool climate growth and a sea of swags. A strong cool breeze keep most riders huddled in the camp kitchens or the large marquee set up for our purpose. A group of us hoped to catch the last shuttle out to Dove Lake but we missed ...

      Cradle Mountain is a MUST DO animal haven

      A travel blog entry by travel.bug279 on May 07, 2014

      ... a similiar experience.
      After a brief documentary about the devils and their close relatives the quolls we were provided a surprise visit by a resident devil. The devils were named based on their banshee screaming cries that echo through the valleys and sound very intimidating. As we later found out these creatures don't like physical violence so use these cries to frighten off threats, seems pretty successful in my opinion. The timid devil that was ...

      Day 6. Narcissus/Lake St Clair FINISH

      A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Mar 13, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... to support me through such an adventure and whom I was very proud of having completed this challenge each with their own journey.

      As we each reached the boat jetty at Lake St Clair there where congratulations all round and great hugs. It was lovely to have this spot to ourselves as a group to celebrate our achievement. Well done everyone!

      Warm Regards

      Melinda Kiss and Bruce Haynes

      ...

      Day 2. Waterfall Valley to Windermere

      A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Mar 09, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      Day 2. Windermere 7.8km/approx. 3-4hours

      This is rumoured to be a rest day. We awoke to find a wet and soggy camp so the
      atmosphere was one of trepidation amongst the fledgling hikers (what was the weather doing! How will be make it!?) but thankfully it wasn’t actually raining heavily, mainly just cold and very foggy morning.

      This is also the first morning a hot coffee (yes instant coffee) was ...