MARAKOOPA CAVE – Mole Creek, Tasmania

This was our first cave experience and we were not disappointed – it was amazing!! With two creeks running through the cave, a magical glow-worm display and a very informative tour guide, this is definitely one to put on your list of things to do!! WHERE IS IT? Marakoopa Cave is within Mole Creek Karst National Park, just over an hour south of Devonport in Tasmania. 📍330 Mayberry Road, Mayberry Tickets are available from the Mole Creek Caves Office. We did the Underground rivers [Read more...]

THE NUT – Stanley, Tasmania

You will find THE NUT in Tasmania's north west in the township of Stanley.  The Nut stands 143 metres above sea level and is the remains of an ancient volcanic plug. The Nut provides beautiful 360 degree views of Stanley, Bass Strait and Rocky Cape National Park. A 5 minute chairlift ride will get you to the top and a 2km circular track will have you taking in breathtaking views. THE VIEWS! THE STEEP PATH BACK DOWN... We opted for the very steep [Read more...]

Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot, TASMANIA

The little township of Promised Land is home to Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot.  A fun attraction full of mazes and miniature villages.  WHERE IS IT? Tasmazia is located in the north west region of Tasmania, around 40km south of Devonport. 📍500 Staverton Road, Promised Land WHAT'S THERE? Tasmazia has 8 mazes to get yourself lost in and a huge miniature village to wander around.  When you finally break free from the mazes and miniature villages, you [Read more...]

LEVEN CANYON, Tasmania

LEVEN CANYON is located around 50 minutes south of Devonport. Leven Canyon is 275 metres above the Leven River and provides some breathtaking views. The 1.7km circuit takes you from the picnic area to the Edge Lookout, then up 697 forest stairs to Cruikshanks Lookout. (You can go either way, we choose to go up the stairs). This is one of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks and has spectacular views of the canyon and surrounding forest. The Edge Lookout The 697 Forest [Read more...]