Brenda Bourne

Brenda Bourne

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About me:

We own and operate Mole Creek Lodge bed and breakfast in the north of Tasmania and I am secretary and webwoman for the Mole Creek Tourism Association

Living in:

Australia Tasmania, Australia

Joined:

November 2009

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    Anywhere know of a nice place to stay in Tasmania for 4-5 days in mid December

    I am at Mole Creek - a fabulous little village in a very picturesque area of Tasmania - and the weather at that time here is generally warm and sunny then (around low to mid 20s) but we can get showers anytime. That's good, though, because this is the Tasmania everyone imagines - always green, with wonderful forests, mountains and great walks to amazing lookouts. Check it out on http://www.molecreek.info almost 10 years ago

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    What are things I can not miss while in Tassie this summer?

    When you are in the north, make sure you take the scenic route from Cradle Mountain through to Mole Creek and spend some time there. There's a fabulous little caravan park/camping ground on the banks of Sassafras Creek, from which you can cover a lot of wonderful sights. If you like walking, Mole Creek is a major centre for such pursuits, from short walks to the lookouts at Alum Cliffs and Devils Gullet, to an unspoiled 2 hour ramble through rainforest to Westmorland Falls, to longer walks in the Walls of Jerusalem National Park - and lots more besides. Then there's the Mole Creek Caves, which have been a tourist attraction for over 100 years, and Trowunna Wildlife Park and Devil Research Centre. There's also tasting opportunities at a range of gourmet food outlets for days when you want to indulge. And make sure you call in for a cold one at the world famous Tassie Tiger Bar at the Mole Creek Hotel! You'll find all this and more here http://www.molecreek.info Have a great holiday. almost 10 years ago