The Cradle Mountain is a 4 hour drive away from Launceston, Tasmania. The journey taken to see such
breathtaking sceneries was not easy but it was worth it along with the cooling temperature of about 4
degrees celsius. The mountain also snows a few times a week during winter and if you are lucky enough, you
can get to see one of Australia's unique species, the Tasmanian Devil. If you are planning to head down, you
should have enough clothing and stock up some food as the nearest place you can get food is at least 60km
away from Cradle Mountain.
The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of Port Campbell National Park by the
Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. Their proximity to one another has made the site a popular tourist
attraction and only seven of the originsl eight stacks remain after one collapsed in July 2005, due to
erosion from the waves. Though the view from the promontory by the Twelve Apostles never included its twelve
stacks, additional stacks which are not considered part of the Apostles group are located to the west within
the National Park.