Local attractions

Situated on the edge of the World Heritage Wilderness, Mole Creek Guest House is the perfect base to spend many days exploring the wonders of the Great Western Tiers area.

Trowunna Wildlife Park

Renowned for its interactive approach and for its Devil Education centre, the park also houses echidnas, eagles, kangaroos, snakes, waterfowl, quolls and many more Tasmanian wildlife species. The centre is open daily and information sessions and feeding times are at 11, 1 and 3.

Chudleigh Honey Farm

Enjoy over 50 varieties of Honey. Learn about the honey story and see bees working (behind Glass). Open Sunday – Friday

Mole Creek Caves

The Marakoopa and King Solomon’s caves are only two of the many world famous limestone caves housing some of the most intricate and fabulous cave formations you will see. Their beauty and easy accessibility make visiting these caves an absolute must.

Alum Cliffs

Enjoy a quiet country stroll to a forest lookout perched high above the Mersey River, as it flows beneath the Alum Cliffs. 40-50 minute return walk.

Liffey Falls

Liffey Falls is an accessible and spectacular series of waterfalls nestled in the Great Western Tiers. 40-50 minute return walk.

Cradle Mountain

There are many superb short walks from the centre and the Dove Lake car park, 14 km further on. It is also the northern gateway to the Overland Track linking Cradle Valley to Lake St Clair, 4 – 5 days walk.

Walls of Jerusalem

Lake Rowallan and Walls of Jerusalem walk. Classic overnight walk of 2-3 days.

Devils Gullet

Admire the stunning 180 degree views over the cliffs to the Fishers River Valley. A beautiful 20 minute return scenic walk.

Meander Falls

Situated in the gorgeous surrounds of the Meander Forest Reserve. One of Tasmania’s great short walks of 4-6 hours.

Sculpture Trail

The Great Western Tiers Sculpture Trail includes many arts, crafts and sculptures, located in Deloraine, Mole Creek and surrounding areas.

Yarns Artwork in Silk

Depicts part of the Great Western Tiers, in four large panels.
Located in Deloraine and open daily 9.30am – 4.00pm

Deloraine Museum

Dates from 1856 and includes exhibition gallery, Alma Bramich Garden, dairy, blacksmith’s shop and vehicles shed. Open daily 9am – 5pm

Distances from Mole Creek:

Meander Valley (prettiest valley in Tassie)
Devonport / Spirt of Tasmania Ferries
Cradle Mountain
Deloraine
Mole Creek Caves
Launceston / Airport
Trowunna Wildlife Park
Alum Cliffs
Chudleigh Honey Farm
Walls of Jerusalem
Wychwood Gardens
Liffey Falls
Sheffield
Hobart

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For more information about local attractions and activities, please visit www.molecreek.info.