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Cradle Mountain Lodge

Iconic Wilderness Lodge
with Breakfast
From $1,497 per 3 night package

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Unless sold out prior


Cradle Mountain Lodge is widely considered one of Australia’s iconic wilderness experiences. Located on the edge of the spectacular World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, one of Tasmania’s premier wilderness regions.

Just 2 hours scenic drive from Launceston and 1.5 hours from Devonport, this superb escape showcases the best Cradle Mountain has to offer with warm hospitality, sensational local food and wine, indulgent spa treatments, breathtaking scenery, and magnificent wilderness surrounds.

Set discreetly within the wilderness setting, the Lodge offers 4 different styles of accommodation, including the luxurious King Billy Suites.

Bed and Breakfast Rate 


Pricing is per cabin/suite, for 3 nights, based on 2 adults sharing:

Pencil Pine Cabin (sleeps up to 3) from $1,497
Pencil Pine Cabin with a Balcony (sleeps up to 3) from $1,635
Contemporary Spa Cabin (sleeps up to 3) from $1,737
Spa Suite (sleeps up to 3) from $2,085

Buffet Breakfast for 2

Terms and conditions

  • Prices can fluctuate without notice
  • Rates are based on a 3 night stay for 2 people
  • Prices shown are fully inclusive of taxes unless otherwise stated.
  • Advertised price includes any bonus nights, special offers or discounts listed in the inclusions.
  • Surcharges may apply due to demand, Christmas & New Year's Eve, school or public holidays, trade shows, special events & other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Prices may be based on Dynamic Rates and as such, may fluctuate at anytime without notice, due to matters outside our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes and airfare increases, or at the property's discretion.
  • *Rates are subject to availability and may change without notice. Rates may differ at time of booking due to seasonality, international exchange rates and availability. For additional room types and further information on terms and conditions, please confirm with our Travel Specialists at time of booking

At Cradle Mountain Lodge, guest accommodations are dotted amongst tree-lined ranges and overlook grassy folds. Wallabies and wombats pausing between mouthfuls of buttongrass and possums posing gracefully as they criss-cross timber boardwalks are some of the magical sights that await as you make your way along the well-lit trails and boardwalks.

Wood-smoke curling from chimneys is often the first hint of the contentment to be found at Cradle Mountain Lodge. Your private timber cabin is set discreetly in the wilderness and each cabin offers soothing natural views whether it be of the Lodge Lake, the Pencil Pine River or the rolling hills and bushland expanse of Cradle Valley.

Inside your cabin a log fire is one of the many appealing aspects you’ll find each are inviting, comfortable and rich with mountain character.

Pencil Pine Cabins

Pencil Pine Cabins are the standard lodge type. With close proximity to the Lodge, Pencil Pine Cabins offer commanding Lodge Lake and bushland views. Available in both regular and Family Cabin, Pencil Pine Cabins are simple in style but comfortable with queen sized bed and Tasmanian wood furnishings.

Pencil Pine Balcony

Pencil Pine Balcony Cabins offer the same level of comfort and features of the Pencil Pine Cabin, but with the additional benefit of a balcony with stunning views over the crisp, alpine Cradle Mountain wilderness.

Spa Cabins

Spa Cabins are located in natural bush setting and are private and peaceful. Verandahs offer views through the treetops or directly into the surrounding Myrtle forest and given the proximity to the National Park, Cradle Mountain’s wildlife are regular visitors.

Inside, Spa Cabins are comfortable and well appointed. Large sofa chairs sit before a log fire and a spacious bathroom, which includes spa bath and separate shower, are some of the features. Spa Cabins also offer additional amenities including in-room CD Player and coffee and tea making facilities with a range of quality teas, plunger coffee and hot chocolate. Spa Cabins are also available in a Family Cabin style with two separate bedrooms.


Spa Suites


For those looking to enjoy extra indulgences Cradle Mountain Lodge’s Spa Suites are the natural choice. Guests are treated to complimentary fire-side port and each evening a different selection of gourmet surprises arrives to delight your senses – a selection of canape’s, perhaps chocolate fondue or a cheese & fruit platter.

Cabins are styled with hand-made Tasmanian wood furnishings and feature king-sized beds piled with feather pillows and soft goose-down duvets. Of course a log fire and a deep spa are part of the attraction.

Spa Suites also offer a range of additional in-room comforts, a mini-bar and complimentary gourmet coffee and tea station with signature Cradle Mountain Cookies are amongst some of the extra treats included in this style of cabin.

Enjoy music from your in-room CD or the silence of the bush. Each Spa Suite has a large private verandah with outdoor furniture and with views directed towards the surrounding wilderness, wildlife spotting in comfort is all a part of Cradle’s natural charm.


King Billy Suite


It represents the ultimate in accommodation, King Billy Suites are expansive featuring separate sleeping and living areas including king size bed and oversized bathroom with two person spa. The interior highlights a contemporary design scheme with premium appointments. Outdoors, a large deck area includes a private hot-tub. Port and evening canapes are also provided to be enjoyed fireside each evening.

Additional in-room comforts include CD player, minibar, complimentary gourmet coffee & tea with homemade cookies.

The Lodge itself has an ambience of warmth and security that welcomes you to every room. Perhaps it’s the glow of the open fires that keeps drawing you back or those quiet moments in the Guest’s Lounge, catching up on local lore and history. Then, of course, there’s the temptation of the Highland Restaurant and its walk-in Wine Cellar. Or perhaps the mood calls for a less formal meal in the Tavern Bar, a great place to share your adventures with new friends.

Inside your cabin, you’ll immediately feel at home. The layout is generous, comfortable and more than a touch romantic.

And when the snow falls, as it can even in the summer months at Cradle, there’s nothing cosier than being in your cabin. Ignore the electric heaters stoke the fire instead. After dinner in the Lodge retreat to your cabin and share a glass of red wine in front of a roaring fire.

One thing is certain, summer or winter, the beauty of Cradle Mountain is an inspiration that will stay with you long after you leave.

Cradle Mountain Lodge is a unique wilderness retreat on the edge of the World Heritage Listed Cradle Mountain/Lake St. Clair National Park. The awesome beauty of this region is an inspiration that will stay with you long after you leave.

Here you see the face of creation all around you in the mirror lakes and rugged mountain peaks. And you don’t need to be an environmentalist to feel humble in the towering presence of a King Billy Pine – over 1,000 years old yet still a relative newcomer to these ancient forests.

This is a superb escape with breathtaking scenery, cosy cabins, magnificent meals and days filled with simple pleasures.

The best way to appreciate the World Heritage Listed environment at Cradle Mountain is to take a “walk on the wild side”.

For guests of Cradle Mountain Lodge, it is not necessary to venture into the National Park to experience the best of Tasmania’s wilderness, as at Cradle Mountain Lodge there is a host of great walks with spectacular scenery that leave directly from the Lodge grounds. These walks are suitable for a wide range of fitness levels and weather conditions.


The Restaurant
Highland Restaurant is recognised as one of Tasmania’s premier dining experiences, featuring the very best of Tasmanian food and wine.

Bar & Bistro
Open 7 days a week, the Tavern Bar & Bistro provides a warm, casual, rustic tavern atmosphere complete with roaring log fire, pool table and television.

Wine and Cheese Tasting
Taste six lovingly handcrafted wines accompanied by three boutique cheeses which showcase Tasmania’s reputation for gourmet produce. Bookings are essential and can be made in advance.

Tasmanian High Tea
The taste of Tasmania in a decadent high tea, featuring the best Tasmanian produce with locally hand crafted breads. Our talented pastry chef hand makes all of our delectable morsels using locally supplied ingredients with a twist of native bush ingredients. Bookings are essential and can be made in advance


The Waldheim Alpine Spa reflects the natural purity and pristine beauty of the Tasmanian wilderness. Combining nature’s intelligence and power of touch, our spa and massage therapies mirror the balanced beauty of Cradle Mountain. Your spa experience will be enhanced by the towering presence of the King Billy pines as you watch fresh mountain streams run through the Tasmanian wilderness.

Add a comprehensive spa treatment program to your accommodation package

The advanced skincare formulations and professional spa therapies provide life-enhancing solutions for every man and woman. Unique massage sequences and power-boosting facials address your specific skin and body conditions, producing visible results, whilst re-awakening the senses.

Lodge Amenities

  • Gift Shop
  • Hot Tub or Spa
  • Concierge
  • Game Room
  • Laundry
  • Non-Smoking Facility
  • Attraction Shuttle Service
  • Lounge/Bar

Cradle Mountain Lodge is set on the northern edge of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain /Lake St. Clair National Park in north-western Tasmania.

By Air
Regular flights are available from all Australian capital cities to Launceston with Jetstar or Virgin Australia, to Devonport with Qantaslink and to Hobart with Qantas.

Car rental is available through all major car rental companies in airport or city locations from Launceston (drive time is approx. 2.5 hours), Burnie (approx. 1.5 hours), Devonport (approx. 1 hour and 15 min.) and Hobart (approx 4.5 hours drive).

Sea Connections
The “Spirit of Tasmania” sails between Melbourne and Devonport.


Contact Us

Contact our Luxury Hotel Specialist team on: 1300 308 081 Quoting reference #3049

(During Business Hours)