• Trowunna Wildlife Park

    1892 Mole Creek Rd, Mole Creek TAS 7304, Australia .

    Right next door to the Mole Creek Cabins!!!. What a wonderful opportunity to walk with the Park guides through an informative commentary. You can even cuddle a wombat and learn  all about the famous Tassie Devil. The Devil Research & Education Centre is open daily.

  • Marakoopa and King Solomons Caves

    330 Mayberry Road, Mayberry, Tasmania, Australia .

    Mole Creek Karst National Park
    The Karst National Park situated at Mole Creek is home to some of the finest cave systems in Australia, featuring Marakoopa and King Solomons as two of its most prominent caves visited by the public.

    Photo provded by Joe Shemesh, courtesy Parks & Wildlife Service

  • Melita Honey Farm

    33-39 Sorell St, Chudleigh, TAS, 7304, Australia .

    Melita Honey Farm
    Situated in the quaint town of Chudleigh also known as The Village of Roses. Come and spoil yourself, indulge in a honey ice cream as you stroll through the rose gardens. Do not pass this treasure trove of special treats that caters for everyone.

  • Alum Cliffs Reserve/Tulampanga

    Mersey Hill Road, Chudleigh, Tasmania, Australia .

    Just along the road from the Mole Creek Holiday Village you can walk the Alum Cliffs. A surprising breathtaking view down to the Mersey River awaits after a gentle 20 minute walk.

    Photo provded by Peter Grant, courtesy Parks & Wildlife Service

  • Stephens Honey Factory

    25 Pioneer Drive, Mole Creek, Tasmania, Australia .

    Family owned & operated apiary producing the world famous Golden Nectar Real Leatherwood Honey. Drive into the beautiful town of Mole Creek & pick up your supply.

  • Wychwood Gardens and Nursery

    80 Den Road, Mole Creek, Tasmania, Australia .

    A beautiful establishment not to be missed. Also opens for the Australian Open Garden scheme.

    Photo provided by Stig Cooper of Wychwood Gardens and Nursery

  • 41 Degree South

    323 Montana Road, Red Hills, Tasmania, Australia .

    View the fish farm & the wetlands, feed the fish, but best of all taste the hot smoked salmon products.

  • Walls of Jerusalem National Park

    Mersey Forest Road Lake Rowallan .

    An area not far away from Mole Creek of spectacular mountain peaks & an alpine plateau of tarns & lakes. A very popular walk if you are after alpine beauty & isolation.

    Photo provded by Peter Grant, courtesy

  • Cradle Mountain World Heritage listed National Park

    Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia .

    Explore the mountain lakes & craggy peaks of the wilderness as you drive on up to the national park from Mole Creek. Tasmania’s most recognisable landmark provides for a dynamic day out in the most spectacular landscape you are ever likely to see.

    Photo provded by Joe Shemesh, courtesy Parks & Wildlife Service

  • Devils @ Cradle

    3950 Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia .

    An all weather interpretation centre of The Tasmanian Devil.

  • Truffles of Tasmania

    110 Tricketts Road, Needles, Tasmania, 7304 .

    Experience the mystique of the prized Black Truffle. Gain insight from the most experienced Truffle Hunters in the country, meet our highly trained and prized truffle hunting dogs and visit the largest and most mature Trufferie of Oaks in Tasmania. Be sure to pick up some of the fabulous products to take home with you!

  • Mole Creek Caves

    330 Mayberry Road, Mayberry TAS, Australia .

    Located just a short drive from the cabins...

    Entrance to the caves is by tour only. Bookings can be made the day prior and are strongly recommended see Tour times below.

    The Underground Rivers and Glow Worms Tour of Marakoopa Cave highlights the sparkling crystals, reflective pools, stalactites and stalagmites of the lower chamber. Take time to listen to the music of underground creeks and soak up the silence of abandoned river passages. This easy tour caters for all age groups and levels of fitness.

    The Great Cathedral and Glow Worms Tour of Marakoopa Cave Tour requires medium fitness to ascend the stairway. Delicate formations and beautiful colours are a feature as you climb into the Cathedral chamber itself, where voices are amplified by the amazing natural acoustics.

    Be sure to allow an extra 15 minutes to enjoy the enchanting Fernglade Walk from the ticket office parking area to the Marakoopa Cave entrance.

    The King Solomons Cave Tour is suitable for all age groups and levels of fitness. This cave features lavish colours and formations, with sparkling calcite decorating the chambers. Bookings are strongly recommended and can be made from 9am-3pm on the day prior to your tour. To book phone (03) 6363 5182.