We were recommended to Cataract Gorge as we had to wait for our room to be ready at the motel, and it turned out to be a super experience. As soon as we parked we noticed a family that we had seen already in two other locations of our Tassie trip. We took the chair lift one way for a bird's eye view which was excellent. As we got off the chair lift two wallabies greeted us! Then we strolled around the rotunda and read the history information inside, admired the hydrangeas and the giant sequoia trees, met Fabio the peacock and had a nice tea at the cafe. It was sprinkling sometimes but this did not discourage us from heading towards the Cataract walk, which all up took about one hour and at the end over the bridge there were over 500 steps going up and then down - sore calf muscles the next day! But we would do it again.
Great nature conservation as it has the unspoilt bush, exotic gardens, lawns and panoramic lookouts.
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