Roland BandB is located at 26 Patawalonga Road Claude Road Tas.
From Cradle Mountain National Park
If you are coming from Cradle Mountain National Park, head southeast turn left onto Cradle Mountain Road (C132). Turn right to stay on Cradle Mountain Road (C132), turn right onto Cethana Road (C136). Continue onto Claude Road (C136) turn left.You have arrived at your destination, on the left.
If you are coming from Sheffield, head southwest, turn left onto Claude Road (C136), turn right. You have arrived at your destination, on the left
Tasmazia: Phone 03 6491 1934 http://www.tasmazia.com.au/
Tasmazia & The Village of Lower Crackpot is a maze complex comprising 8 mazes, model village, Pancake Palour and gift Shop. It is a family fun filled experience for people of all ages. It is one of the world's largest botanical mazes.
Lake Barrington:Kentish Council: Phone 03 9491 0200
Lake Barrington is an artificial lake. The lake is 20km long and as built on the Forth River to provide head of water to the Devils Gate Power Station. Lake Barrington offers the opportunity for rowing, skiing, canoeing and other water activities and is home of a word-standard rowing course.
Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre: phone 03 6492 1110.
Dove Lake is at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
Dove Lake Circuit Walk
A superb walk in the national park is the Dove Lake Circuit Walk. A 2-hour walk of 5.7km, on a well-made track and boardwalk. This is one of our favourite short walks in Tasmania. It is fairly easy walking and takes in the spectacular views towards the peak of Cradle Mountain and covers a variety of terrain for such a relatively short hike.
The track passes through scrubby button grass, the sandy shoreline of Dove Lake and pretty streams gently cascading into the lake. The enchanting area known as the ‘Ballroom Forest’ consists ofmoss-coveredd myrtle beech trees that invite walkers to stay a while and enjoy the atmosphere.
Mount Roland: Kentish: (03) 6491 1179
Mount Roland is found near the village of Sheffield on the northern edge of the Great Western Tiers region of Tasmania, Australia. It is located within the Mount Roland Conservation Area & Regional Reserve a reserve consisting of 7600 hectares surrounding the mountain range. Mount Roland is approximately 1234 metres above sea-level.
Bushwalking Mount Roland
Two well-marked bushwalking tracks can be found today from both Claude Road and Gowrie Park, crossing both plains and the plateau leading to the summit. Access to part of the mountain can be gained from a track leading from Round Mountain Lookout on the western end of the mountain.
Located near Sheffield, on the edge of the Great Western Tiers region of Tasmania. Looks quite ominous as you approach from Sheffield with its many sheer cliffs. A good day walk that is easy to follow, with a large portion of the walk done across the plateau along to the summit. The path has branches off to the other mountains near by (Mt Van Dyke, Mt Claude), but the Mt Roland track is much better maintained.
Sheffield Murals: Information Centre: Call: 03-64911061
One of the roads to Cradle Mountain from Launceston or Devonport is through Sheffield - the town of Murals. There is even an annual festival Mural Fest held in town, with a mural painting competition
Overland Track: Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre: phone 03 6492 1110
The Overland Track is one of Australia's most famous hiking tracks, situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania. More than nine thousand walkers each year complete the track.
The Overland Track holds legendary status as one of the finest walks in Australia.Walking from north to south over six days we cover the highest area of Tasmania, from the epic craggy spires of Cradle Mountain to the rainforest-clad shores of the deepest natural lake in the Southern Hemisphere, Lake St Clair.