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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

 

Australia's only temperate natural deciduous tree turns on a dazzling display of colour for two or three weeks from about the last week in April. The deciduous beech or 'Fagus' changes colour before loosing it's leaves for winter. The result is a colour spectacle. The tree is only found in Tasmania's western highlands as well as a small but very beautiful area at Tarn Shelf near Mt Field and some surrounding areas.

 

RIGHT: The view of Dove Lake from Hanson's Peak on the Lake Rodway track.  The picture includes the Honeymoon Islands and The Ballroom Forest - part of the 2 hour Dove Lake circuit walk. Also see the Hounslow Heath page.

 

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Crater Lake from Crater Peak. Dove Lake is the top lake in the picture. Cradle Mountain is off to the right. An hour and a quarter from Ronnie Creek or Waldheim. Taken on April 25th 2008 - Anzac Day.

CRADLE MOUNTAIN from Marion's Lookout in late April.