The Franklin River lies in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park at the mid northern area of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Its source is situated at the western edge of the Central Highlands and it continues west towards the West Coast of Tasmania.
Stanley is a town on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia. Travelling west, Stanley is the second-last major township on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Smithton being the larger township in the Circular Head municipality. According to the 2006 census, Stanley had a population of 458.Today Stanley is a tourist destination and the main fishing port on the north-west coast of Tasmania.
Cradle Mountain, situated in the Lake St Clair National Park is one of the iconic destinations to enjoy in Tasmania. Its pristine beauty and harsh weather conditions make it all the more special. This world heritage area has many native animals that can be seen from your cabin in the evenings. You may even have the chance to hear some wild Tasmanian devils in the bush. You will leave with lasting memories of this incredible national park. Highlights Include: – Marvel at the incredible beauty of Cradle Mountain in our World Heritage Listed Area – Admire the native animals and plants – The opportunity to go to devils@cradle to see some Tassie devils up close – Experience native animals in their natural habitat – Sample some local Tasmanian food and cheese at the Ashgrove cheese shop – Immerse yourself in Sheffield “town of murals” – Explore the convict town of Ross including the famous Ross Bridge.