Cradle Mountain TAS, Australia
Cradle Mountain is a breathtaking natural wonder situated just 1 hour and 20 minutes drive from Amarè Beachside Luxury. The untamed and majestic mountain provides hikers, nature lovers, and explorers with a breathtaking backdrop as it is encircled by serene lakes and dense forests. The region is home to a variety of plants and animals, such as wallabies, wombats, and Tasmanian devils.
Outdoor activities available to visitors include climbing the well-known Overland Track, canoeing on Dove Lake, and discovering the Enchanted Walk. Popular hiking path with breathtaking views of Cradle Mountain and the surroundings is the Dove Lake Circuit. The Cradle Mountain Lodge, which provides cosy accommodations and delectable regional cuisine, also has a rustic charm that attracts visitors.
Table Cape Tulip Farm, Table Cape Road, Table Cape TAS, Australia
Table Cape Tulip Farm
Table Cape Tulip Farm is a hidden gem in the northwest of Tasmania. If you are a flower lover, this is a must-visit destination, especially during spring. The farm boasts a spectacular display of tulips, with over 100,000 bulbs planted annually. The tulip fields are a breathtaking sight, with rows upon rows of vibrant colors stretching out as far as the eye can see. Visitors to the farm can take a leisurely stroll through the fields or even take a helicopter ride for a birds-eye view. Besides tulips, the farm also offers other spring blooms like daffodils, iris, and hyacinths.
The farm's location on Table Cape means visitors can also enjoy panoramic views of the coastline and Bass Strait. The farm has a café, and a gift shop selling locally sourced produce and souvenirs, making it a perfect stop for a day trip. Table Cape Tulip Farm is a natural wonder, offering a serene atmosphere and stunning views of nature that will leave a lasting impression.
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Spreyton Cider Co, Melrose Road, Spreyton TAS, Australia
Spreyton Cider Co
Visit the Spreyton Cider Co Cellar Door if you want to learn more about Tasmania's long history of cider production. This family owned and operated company, which is located in the centre of the apple-growing area, creates a variety of award-winning ciders using the finest Tasmanian apples and traditional methods. You can take a guided tour of the facility while at the cellar entrance to discover more about the production of cider and the local apple orchards' history.
With a variety of ciders available to sample and appreciate, the tasting room offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. The farm store also sells a variety of regional goods, including artisanal cheeses, gourmet preserves, and fresh apples.
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