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The Cradle Coast Photo Gallery

A Compilation of network Member Photos tagged in The Cradle Coast When you ad your Articles, Ads and Events you can Nominate your Photo to appear in a Gallery. Member Photo's will automatically Backlink to your Website or Social Media Services. Generally Visitors arrive from Search Services directly to the Photos and may click through to visit your Business or Community website. A Strategy to boost visitors to your website or service is to write Great Article and include your Photos in a Gallery
The Cradle Coast Singles and Dating

Singles and Dating

The Cradle Coast Singles and Dating

The Make a Heart service is being developed by the Australian Regional Network for The Cradle Coast Residents, you can also try our other Dating Services on this link for 18-25's and Seniors Dating 50+
The Cradle Coast Chat

Chat Rooms

The Cradle Coast Chat

Remember the days of the CB Radio? Not many do.. Old Style Chat Rooms accross your Town, State and Nationally.. A Free Service for The Cradle Coast and a Place to Meet

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Interesting facts about The Cradle Coast

1. The Cradle Coast region is located on the northwest coast of Tasmania, Australia.

2. It is home to the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, the most visited national park in Tasmania.

3. The region boasts a unique mixture of rugged mountains, pristine beaches, and dense forests.

4. Cradle Mountain, the most famous landmark in the area, stands at 1,545 meters and is a popular spot for hiking and bushwalking.

5. The region is home to an array of wildlife, including Tasmanian devils, wallabies, kangaroos, and echidnas.

6. The Cradle Coast region was once inhabited by the Aboriginal group, the Palawa people.

7. The area is also renowned for its locally produced food and wine, such as fresh seafood, cheese, and boutique wines.

8. The city of Burnie, located on the coast, is known for its industrial history and is home to Australia's largest paper mill.

9. The region also contains several historic sites, including the Cape Grim Massacre site, which is associated with the Aboriginal conflict of the 1820s.

10. Ulverstone, a charming coastal town in the region, is home to the Tasmanian Motor Museum and the Leven Canyon Reserve, both popular tourist attractions.