Hi Tania, I’d love to share these Mole Creek photos with Think Tasmania readers. It is such a unique region of Tasmania with caves, walking tracks, waterfalls and mountain views and the area truly deserves promotion.
Regards, Dan Fellow
In true Dan Fellow style, that’s all we know about these Mole Creek photos. They’ve been taken in a stunning location, that much is obvious. They came with a suggestion from Dan that we should also share his images of the Marakoopa Cave and the Mole Creek Karst National Park. But we’ll save them for a future article. We promise!
In the meantime, enjoy these Mole Creek photos courtesy of Dan Fellow. And PLEASE, if you have any personal knowledge of this region of Tasmania, feel free to leave a reply below for all to see. As everyone knows, a first-hand account from someone with a passion for their subject is the best kind of advertising.
You might know about…
- tourist attractions or things to do and see
- great places to visit or stay overnight
- a special shopping or market event
- food and drink that MUST be tasted
- the history of the area or interesting facts
- local people doing remarkable work
- wildlife encounters worthy of sharing
You can see another article with even more photos by Dan Fellow from Trowunna Wildlife Park, located in the Mole Creek region. Roger Findlay has also written about the Mole Creek Caves for Think Tasmania.
Mole Creek Photos: mouse-over slideshow to control speed and direction.
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