Tasmania’s famous Dove Lake is now more accessible, thanks to the completion of a new boardwalk.
The boardwalk connects to the recently-opened Dove Lake Viewing shelter and has been designed to minimise its impact on the site.
Minister for Parks Nick Duigan said the project was completed as part of a $26.8 million investment towards the implementation of the Cradle Mountain Master Plan to ensure the tourist drawcard park is future-proofed.
“The new boardwalk and Dove Lake viewing shelter sits within the area of the previous carpark footprint and will include interpretive signage to enhance the visitor experience and inspire a deeper connection to the landscape,” he said.
The new allows people of all abilities to access the viewing platform, which is visited by around 280,000 people from across the world each year.