Parks for all People - Access for the mobility impaired in Tasmania's national parks and reserves
From Devonport, follow the B19 and B14 to Sheffi eld, then C136 and C132 to the park entrance. From Launceston, follow the A1, then via B13 through Sheffield.
Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s most popular national parks. At the entrance to the national park there is an excellent, fully accessible visitor centre and toilets. The Rainforest Walk, starting at the visitor centre, is all-weather boardwalk and suitable for most independent wheelchair users. The Enchanted Walk (starting about 30 metres along the road before the visitor centre) is a very easy walk for all ages. The fi rst half of this walk (before the bridge) is sealed and wheelchair accessible, but after the bridge there are a number of steps. There are two accessible picnic areas located next to the visitor centre, both with sheltered picnic tables and BBQs. There are also accessible toilets located at the Dove Lake carpark.