Keep an eye out for their giant wooden Tassie Devil by the side of the B12 Day

Keep an eye out for their giant wooden tassie devil

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Devils, wombats and wallabies. Keep an eye out for their giant wooden Tassie Devil by the side of the B12. Day 7: Gowrie Park - Cradle Mountain (42 km) A steep but very scenic and rewarding ride up through rainforest and alpine scrub into the "high country". Give yourself plenty of time, as you'll be gaining a lot of height .From Gowrie Park you will have a thrilling hair-pin descent down the C136 to the Cethana Dam, but then a grueling climb up the other side of the valley to Moina (14 km) Day 8: Mt Field National Park - Hobart (75 km) Head back along the B61 and continue through pretty hop farming country to Bushy Park (18 km), which has a takeaway shop. From Bushy Park, take the B62 (Glenora Road) through some stunning rural scenery along the Derwent River past the Salmon Ponds (29 km) (museum and restaurant) to New Norfolk (38 km).
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