Alum Cliffs Bushwalk : Meander River Bushwalk : Mole Creek Accommodation
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Alum Cliffs Bushwalk Tasmania
The Alum Cliffs Bushwalk is a relatively wasy walk to
a forest lookout located high above the Mersey River; which flows
Alum Cliffs. This walk starts from a small area located app.
2 kilometres from the main road that travels through through
Mole Creek. The track is well marked through
a strip of stringy bark forest which is being revegetated. You
then up a small hill to a clearing with a large wooden sculpture
celebrating the geological diversity of the region.
You will then cross the clearing and walk along a ridgeline
through dry schlerophyll forest until you reach a viewing platform.
There is a diversity of vegetation on this track, and lots
of wildflowers canbe seen all year round. The view from the
platform is breathtaking.
It is recommended that you combine this walk with a visit to
the spectacular Mole
Turn off Mole Creek Road (B12) east of the town of Mole Creek.
The turnoff is well signed, follow the signs to the carpark.
Alum Cliffs Bushwalk at a glance:
Steep vertical cliffs
Please ensure small children are closely supervised.
Relatively easy walk; app. 50 minutes return
Just over 1-hour drive from Launceston or 40 minutes from Devonport
No pets, firearms or bicycles
Walk is relatively easy
Track is generally dry underfoot, some gentle uphill sections
The closet accommodation to the Alum Cliffs Bushwalk is in Mole Creek; the closest facilities are located in Chudleigh or Mole Creek