Top things to do in Mole Creek

Top Choice Cave in Mole Creek Karst National Park

Marakoopa Cave

The name Marakoopa derives from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘handsome’ and this cave well and truly lives up to its moniker, featuring a subterranean world of straws, stalactites, glowworms and sparkling crystals. Tw…
Top Choice National Park in Mole Creek

Mole Creek Karst National Park

This park's major draws are Marakoopa Cave and King Solomons Cave, which can be visited on tours operated by the Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service. Marakoopa is the larger cave, with glowworms, while the format…
Viewpoint in Mole Creek

Devils Gullet

Views to Mt Ossa and Cradle Mountain are available from a dramatic lookout platform overlooking the sheer cliff face at Devils Gullet on the northern rim of the Great Western Tiers. To get here take the B12 (C38) we…
Wildlife Reserve in Mole Creek

Trowunna Wildlife Park

This privately owned wildlife park with a focus on conservation and education has Tasmanian devils, wombats, quolls, a raptor rehabilitation centre and you can wander among the kangaroos. The informative, no-nonsens…
Food in Mole Creek

R Stephens Apiary

The leatherwood honey produced by this family-owned business has been a permanent fixture in Australian pantries for nearly a century. The company harvests in the catchment area of the Franklin River and produces 35…
Cave in Mole Creek Karst National Park

King Solomons Cave

Guided 45-minute tours of this compact cave, located approximately 17km west of Mole Creek, reveal its lavish colours and formations. To get here, take Liena Rd (B12). Tickets can be purchased at the Mole Creek Cave…
Food in Mole Creek

Melita Honey Farm

Get your fingers sticky while enjoying free tastings of the 50-plus different types of honey on sale at this shop in Chudleigh, 6.6km east of Mole Creek. Be sure to sample a cone of honey ice cream – the blue gum ha…
Cafe in Mole Creek Karst National Park

Marakoopa Cafe

Visiting the Marakoopa Cave on a Sunday? If so, be sure to stop at this pretty garden cafe in Mayberry, on the approach road, for a light lunch or coffee and cake. In the afternoon, scones, jam and cream are a delic…
Pub Food in Mole Creek

Mole Creek Hotel

Old-fashioned pub food – the sort that still believes in coleslaw and a slice of beetroot – isn’t extinct in this hotel's Tassie Tiger Bar, where dishes include schnitzels, reef and beef, and seafood baskets. The me…
Viewpoint in Mole Creek

Alum Cliffs State Reserve

Reached via a signed loop road off the B12 between the townships of Chudleigh and Mole Creek, Alum Cliffs (or Tulampanga, as it’s known to the tribal custodians, the Pallittorre people) is a sacred celebration place…