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Upgraded helipads improve safety for the Overland Track

29/09/2016

The Tasmanian Air Rescue Trust has provided funding to enable the upgrading of helipads on the Overland Track, improving the ability of rescue teams to reach walkers and staff in case of emergency.More

Experience national parks through art

23/09/2016

Arts in Parks is a project that celebrates the two decade long partnership between the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service and Arts Tasmania to deliver the wilderness residency program for artists.More

Parks driving boom in visitor numbers

22/09/2016

Tasmania's parks are driving the boom in visitor numbers to the State. Record numbers of visitors are flocking to Freycinet and Mount Field as the two parks celebrate 100 years since their reservation in 1916.More

Cradle Mountain

Webcam

The webcam still image below will give an indication of the prevailing conditions at Dove Lake, and whether Cradle Mountain is visible. Intending walkers should be aware that conditions can change very quickly - see our Essential Bushwalking Guide for more information. Please note that access to Dove Lake is available via the regular Cradle Shuttle Bus Service.

The webcam still image is updated every 30 mins between 7am and 7pm every day.

Webcam - Mountain View